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Re: Boys 2028 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
Anonymous #328978 05/04/21 09:05 PM
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How’d this prediction work out for ya?

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Sometimes you’re the bug, and sometimes you’re the windshield. BLC was the bug this past Sunday. Frankly, so where the Crabs (16-2), FCA (12-5), Next Level (7-2), and True (9-5) against Madlax. No one has given Madlax a game yet. Not even close. Duke beat High Point something like 27-7 this year. Must have been bad parenting again in that one.

The Madlax/Hawks game will be a great contest. Hawks went from an average B team to a stellar team during Covid, and how they did it— drop downs from 2027, recruited from other teams— does not matter. The best kids want to play for the best teams. Hawks are one of them.

Note: Madlax hasn’t lost a HoCo game since 2018 when they were 2nd graders playing up, not down, an age group. In 2019, they gave up 13 goals— All Season. These two teams are two of the best in the nation in 2028 (for what it’s worth, Madlax has been soundly beating the LI teams every time out- Legacy 3-4x, Rebels, but have never played LI Express. Likely to happen in MA or PA this summer).

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Sometimes you’re the bug, and sometimes you’re the windshield. BLC was the bug this past Sunday. Frankly, so where the Crabs (16-2), FCA (12-5), Next Level (7-2), and True (9-5) against Madlax. No one has given Madlax a game yet. Not even close. Duke beat High Point something like 27-7 this year. Must have been bad parenting again in that one.

The Madlax/Hawks game will be a great contest. Hawks went from an average B team to a stellar team during Covid, and how they did it— drop downs from 2027, recruited from other teams— does not matter. The best kids want to play for the best teams. Hawks are one of them.

Note: Madlax hasn’t lost a HoCo game since 2018 when they were 2nd graders playing up, not down, an age group. In 2019, they gave up 13 goals— All Season. These two teams are two of the best in the nation in 2028 (for what it’s worth, Madlax has been soundly beating the LI teams every time out- Legacy 3-4x, Rebels, but have never played LI Express. Likely to happen in MA or PA this summer).


Didn’t Madlax play LI Express at DE turf in March? I know the Hawks beat them fairly Soundly.

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Anonymous #328986 05/04/21 10:45 PM
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Sometimes you’re the bug, and sometimes you’re the windshield. BLC was the bug this past Sunday. Frankly, so where the Crabs (16-2), FCA (12-5), Next Level (7-2), and True (9-5) against Madlax. No one has given Madlax a game yet. Not even close. Duke beat High Point something like 27-7 this year. Must have been bad parenting again in that one.

The Madlax/Hawks game will be a great contest. Hawks went from an average B team to a stellar team during Covid, and how they did it— drop downs from 2027, recruited from other teams— does not matter. The best kids want to play for the best teams. Hawks are one of them.

Note: Madlax hasn’t lost a HoCo game since 2018 when they were 2nd graders playing up, not down, an age group. In 2019, they gave up 13 goals— All Season. These two teams are two of the best in the nation in 2028 (for what it’s worth, Madlax has been soundly beating the LI teams every time out- Legacy 3-4x, Rebels, but have never played LI Express. Likely to happen in MA or PA this summer).

Comparing 5th grade lacrosse to Duke-High Point is almost as ridiculous as you touting what kids did when they were 7 years old. Your only accomplishment is somehow getting largely disinterested adults to root for the group of little kids wearing Hawks jerseys this Sunday. What a joke.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Sometimes you’re the bug, and sometimes you’re the windshield. BLC was the bug this past Sunday. Frankly, so where the Crabs (16-2), FCA (12-5), Next Level (7-2), and True (9-5) against Madlax. No one has given Madlax a game yet. Not even close. Duke beat High Point something like 27-7 this year. Must have been bad parenting again in that one.

The Madlax/Hawks game will be a great contest. Hawks went from an average B team to a stellar team during Covid, and how they did it— drop downs from 2027, recruited from other teams— does not matter. The best kids want to play for the best teams. Hawks are one of them.

Note: Madlax hasn’t lost a HoCo game since 2018 when they were 2nd graders playing up, not down, an age group. In 2019, they gave up 13 goals— All Season. These two teams are two of the best in the nation in 2028 (for what it’s worth, Madlax has been soundly beating the LI teams every time out- Legacy 3-4x, Rebels, but have never played LI Express. Likely to happen in MA or PA this summer).

This Madlax dad thinks fifth grade lacrosse is just like Division I lacrosse. Great insight. I was worried people wouldn’t be able to come up with anything dumber than the previous posts on this forum. But this guy did it. He is the champion of all dads living vicariously through their kids. No one can touch him. Sometimes people are the bug and other times they are overweight adults leaving through their kids that play for a fifth grade lacrosse team.

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Anonymous #328992 Yesterday at 01:32 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Sometimes you’re the bug, and sometimes you’re the windshield. BLC was the bug this past Sunday. Frankly, so where the Crabs (16-2), FCA (12-5), Next Level (7-2), and True (9-5) against Madlax. No one has given Madlax a game yet. Not even close. Duke beat High Point something like 27-7 this year. Must have been bad parenting again in that one.

The Madlax/Hawks game will be a great contest. Hawks went from an average B team to a stellar team during Covid, and how they did it— drop downs from 2027, recruited from other teams— does not matter. The best kids want to play for the best teams. Hawks are one of them.

Note: Madlax hasn’t lost a HoCo game since 2018 when they were 2nd graders playing up, not down, an age group. In 2019, they gave up 13 goals— All Season. These two teams are two of the best in the nation in 2028 (for what it’s worth, Madlax has been soundly beating the LI teams every time out- Legacy 3-4x, Rebels, but have never played LI Express. Likely to happen in MA or PA this summer).

Ladies and gentlemen a post from the one and only Madlax goalie dad! Might want to avoid adding details that make it obvious, big guy. You realize even the parents on your own team laugh at you, right?

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TheBackOfTheCage #329002 Yesterday at 07:35 AM
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I can already predict what the lost will say on Sunday...."result doesn't matter, it wasn't for the championship" or, "we rested our best guys to see the other team's set plays" or, "weather was a huge factor....we never play well in the rain".

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Anonymous #329010 Yesterday at 08:28 AM
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Sometimes you’re the bug, and sometimes you’re the windshield. BLC was the bug this past Sunday. Frankly, so where the Crabs (16-2), FCA (12-5), Next Level (7-2), and True (9-5) against Madlax. No one has given Madlax a game yet. Not even close. Duke beat High Point something like 27-7 this year. Must have been bad parenting again in that one.

The Madlax/Hawks game will be a great contest. Hawks went from an average B team to a stellar team during Covid, and how they did it— drop downs from 2027, recruited from other teams— does not matter. The best kids want to play for the best teams. Hawks are one of them.

Note: Madlax hasn’t lost a HoCo game since 2018 when they were 2nd graders playing up, not down, an age group. In 2019, they gave up 13 goals— All Season. These two teams are two of the best in the nation in 2028 (for what it’s worth, Madlax has been soundly beating the LI teams every time out- Legacy 3-4x, Rebels, but have never played LI Express. Likely to happen in MA or PA this summer).

Ladies and gentlemen a post from the one and only Madlax goalie dad! Might want to avoid adding details that make it obvious, big guy. You realize even the parents on your own team laugh at you, right?

Love some internal Madlax strife!!!

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TheBackOfTheCage #329012 Yesterday at 08:32 AM
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I think that was True that played them...True beat them by a few goals..not sure about ML

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Anonymous #329015 Yesterday at 08:55 AM
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Or just bad parenting. They’re “Jokes!” 😂

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Sometimes you’re the bug, and sometimes you’re the windshield. BLC was the bug this past Sunday. Frankly, so where the Crabs (16-2), FCA (12-5), Next Level (7-2), and True (9-5) against Madlax. No one has given Madlax a game yet. Not even close. Duke beat High Point something like 27-7 this year. Must have been bad parenting again in that one.

The Madlax/Hawks game will be a great contest. Hawks went from an average B team to a stellar team during Covid, and how they did it— drop downs from 2027, recruited from other teams— does not matter. The best kids want to play for the best teams. Hawks are one of them.

Note: Madlax hasn’t lost a HoCo game since 2018 when they were 2nd graders playing up, not down, an age group. In 2019, they gave up 13 goals— All Season. These two teams are two of the best in the nation in 2028 (for what it’s worth, Madlax has been soundly beating the LI teams every time out- Legacy 3-4x, Rebels, but have never played LI Express. Likely to happen in MA or PA this summer).

Comparing 5th grade lacrosse to Duke-High Point is almost as ridiculous as you touting what kids did when they were 7 years old. Your only accomplishment is somehow getting largely disinterested adults to root for the group of little kids wearing Hawks jerseys this Sunday. What a joke.

Except they weren’t 7 years old - madlax parents start the holdback.

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