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Re: Greater Howard Club Lacrosse Conference (HoCo)
Anonymous #329345 05/08/21 10:52 AM
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Like most discussions of race in the past year, this has devolved into nonsense over nothing. Unless somebody wants to explain the new HoCo Diversity and Inclusion policy, let's go back to talking about lacrosse.

In my opinion, the new policy should promote diversity and inclusion of lacrosse talent. The existence of different divisions, based on skill level, is a clearly non-inclusive policy. The "Elite" teams are obviously elitist, which is most unjust. Not being on an Elite team inflicts a crippling blow on the self-esteem of other players, who feel alienated, and merely perpetuates the privilege of those who have had good coaching in the past.

Therefore, before the beginning of the season, HoCo will assess the skill level of every potential player, and will assign players to teams while ensuring that each team contains an equal number of players from every skill level (the former Elite, AAA, AA, A, and B levels). The result will be a glorious display of diversity, inclusion, equity, and athletic justice! Furthermore, weaker players will be greatly inspired by playing on teams with stronger players, and will rapidly improve their athletic skills due to exposure to the example of stronger players.

What decent person could possibly oppose a system based on equity and athletic justice?

Well said !! Now people are really getting it. This could be the start of something big for ALL sports at ALL levels, and who would have thought , it all started here !
All I am getting is how whacked this forum is.

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Re: Greater Howard Club Lacrosse Conference (HoCo)
Anonymous #329387 05/09/21 03:48 PM
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This information was posted on another board, thought it would be relevant here:

playoffs are scheduled for May 14 – 16. If you have 9or more teams in your division, please plan on playing a Friday night play-in game (May 14). In addition, the 2028 elite division will also have Friday night games based on the way things went this season.

May 15 will be semifinals and May 16 will be championships.

We asked that programs leave the weekend of 5/22-5/23 open as we will use those dates for any games that are supposed to be played on championship weekend.

8 teams or less – Top 4 teams make playoffs (exception 2028 Elite)

9 teams or more – Top 5 teams make playoffs

Tie Breakers
1. Record/Winning percentage
2. Head to Head
3. Total winning percentage of teams you have beaten
4. Total winning percentage of all your opponents
5. Total goals scored against
6. Coin Toss/Card Draw

Please note: The online standings do not reflect the above tiebreakers. We’re working on placing standings in the correct order based on our tiebreakers.

So first place gets a bye and 2 plays 5 and 3 plays 4 I suppose?

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Anonymous #329422 05/09/21 08:42 PM
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This information was posted on another board, thought it would be relevant here:

playoffs are scheduled for May 14 – 16. If you have 9or more teams in your division, please plan on playing a Friday night play-in game (May 14). In addition, the 2028 elite division will also have Friday night games based on the way things went this season.

May 15 will be semifinals and May 16 will be championships.

We asked that programs leave the weekend of 5/22-5/23 open as we will use those dates for any games that are supposed to be played on championship weekend.

8 teams or less – Top 4 teams make playoffs (exception 2028 Elite)

9 teams or more – Top 5 teams make playoffs

Tie Breakers
1. Record/Winning percentage
2. Head to Head
3. Total winning percentage of teams you have beaten
4. Total winning percentage of all your opponents
5. Total goals scored against
6. Coin Toss/Card Draw

Please note: The online standings do not reflect the above tiebreakers. We’re working on placing standings in the correct order based on our tiebreakers.

So first place gets a bye and 2 plays 5 and 3 plays 4 I suppose?


#4's plays #5's Friday evening (9 team divisions only)

Semi's on Saturday

Championships on Sunday

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TLaxOne #329441 05/09/21 11:09 PM
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When will the playoff schedules get posted

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Anonymous #329449 05/10/21 06:50 AM
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Like most discussions of race in the past year, this has devolved into nonsense over nothing. Unless somebody wants to explain the new HoCo Diversity and Inclusion policy, let's go back to talking about lacrosse.

In my opinion, the new policy should promote diversity and inclusion of lacrosse talent. The existence of different divisions, based on skill level, is a clearly non-inclusive policy. The "Elite" teams are obviously elitist, which is most unjust. Not being on an Elite team inflicts a crippling blow on the self-esteem of other players, who feel alienated, and merely perpetuates the privilege of those who have had good coaching in the past.

Therefore, before the beginning of the season, HoCo will assess the skill level of every potential player, and will assign players to teams while ensuring that each team contains an equal number of players from every skill level (the former Elite, AAA, AA, A, and B levels). The result will be a glorious display of diversity, inclusion, equity, and athletic justice! Furthermore, weaker players will be greatly inspired by playing on teams with stronger players, and will rapidly improve their athletic skills due to exposure to the example of stronger players.

What decent person could possibly oppose a system based on equity and athletic justice?

I think we already have that policy... it’s called tryouts. So we’re good, thanks. I hope that post was a joke but you can never tell with libs. The chance of parents letting hoco decide where their kids play = 0. There would be a private league in a week to avoid this nonsense.

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TLaxOne #329452 05/10/21 07:30 AM
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Equity!!!!

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This information was posted on another board, thought it would be relevant here:

playoffs are scheduled for May 14 – 16. If you have 9or more teams in your division, please plan on playing a Friday night play-in game (May 14). In addition, the 2028 elite division will also have Friday night games based on the way things went this season.

May 15 will be semifinals and May 16 will be championships.

We asked that programs leave the weekend of 5/22-5/23 open as we will use those dates for any games that are supposed to be played on championship weekend.

8 teams or less – Top 4 teams make playoffs (exception 2028 Elite)

9 teams or more – Top 5 teams make playoffs

Tie Breakers
1. Record/Winning percentage
2. Head to Head
3. Total winning percentage of teams you have beaten
4. Total winning percentage of all your opponents
5. Total goals scored against
6. Coin Toss/Card Draw

Please note: The online standings do not reflect the above tiebreakers. We’re working on placing standings in the correct order based on our tiebreakers.

So first place gets a bye and 2 plays 5 and 3 plays 4 I suppose?

That would leave 3 teams. Then what?

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Anonymous #329455 05/10/21 07:52 AM
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Like most discussions of race in the past year, this has devolved into nonsense over nothing. Unless somebody wants to explain the new HoCo Diversity and Inclusion policy, let's go back to talking about lacrosse.

In my opinion, the new policy should promote diversity and inclusion of lacrosse talent. The existence of different divisions, based on skill level, is a clearly non-inclusive policy. The "Elite" teams are obviously elitist, which is most unjust. Not being on an Elite team inflicts a crippling blow on the self-esteem of other players, who feel alienated, and merely perpetuates the privilege of those who have had good coaching in the past.

Therefore, before the beginning of the season, HoCo will assess the skill level of every potential player, and will assign players to teams while ensuring that each team contains an equal number of players from every skill level (the former Elite, AAA, AA, A, and B levels). The result will be a glorious display of diversity, inclusion, equity, and athletic justice! Furthermore, weaker players will be greatly inspired by playing on teams with stronger players, and will rapidly improve their athletic skills due to exposure to the example of stronger players.

What decent person could possibly oppose a system based on equity and athletic justice?

Go play rec

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Anonymous #329456 05/10/21 08:00 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Like most discussions of race in the past year, this has devolved into nonsense over nothing. Unless somebody wants to explain the new HoCo Diversity and Inclusion policy, let's go back to talking about lacrosse.

In my opinion, the new policy should promote diversity and inclusion of lacrosse talent. The existence of different divisions, based on skill level, is a clearly non-inclusive policy. The "Elite" teams are obviously elitist, which is most unjust. Not being on an Elite team inflicts a crippling blow on the self-esteem of other players, who feel alienated, and merely perpetuates the privilege of those who have had good coaching in the past.

Therefore, before the beginning of the season, HoCo will assess the skill level of every potential player, and will assign players to teams while ensuring that each team contains an equal number of players from every skill level (the former Elite, AAA, AA, A, and B levels). The result will be a glorious display of diversity, inclusion, equity, and athletic justice! Furthermore, weaker players will be greatly inspired by playing on teams with stronger players, and will rapidly improve their athletic skills due to exposure to the example of stronger players.

What decent person could possibly oppose a system based on equity and athletic justice?

I think we already have that policy... it’s called tryouts. So we’re good, thanks. I hope that post was a joke but you can never tell with libs. The chance of parents letting hoco decide where their kids play = 0. There would be a private league in a week to avoid this nonsense.

Well if Redumblicans don't like the policy result they can always storm HCRP headquarters and try to take it over themselves.

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Anonymous #329484 05/10/21 09:29 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Like most discussions of race in the past year, this has devolved into nonsense over nothing. Unless somebody wants to explain the new HoCo Diversity and Inclusion policy, let's go back to talking about lacrosse.

In my opinion, the new policy should promote diversity and inclusion of lacrosse talent. The existence of different divisions, based on skill level, is a clearly non-inclusive policy. The "Elite" teams are obviously elitist, which is most unjust. Not being on an Elite team inflicts a crippling blow on the self-esteem of other players, who feel alienated, and merely perpetuates the privilege of those who have had good coaching in the past.

Therefore, before the beginning of the season, HoCo will assess the skill level of every potential player, and will assign players to teams while ensuring that each team contains an equal number of players from every skill level (the former Elite, AAA, AA, A, and B levels). The result will be a glorious display of diversity, inclusion, equity, and athletic justice! Furthermore, weaker players will be greatly inspired by playing on teams with stronger players, and will rapidly improve their athletic skills due to exposure to the example of stronger players.

What decent person could possibly oppose a system based on equity and athletic justice?

I think we already have that policy... it’s called tryouts. So we’re good, thanks. I hope that post was a joke but you can never tell with libs. The chance of parents letting hoco decide where their kids play = 0. There would be a private league in a week to avoid this nonsense.

Well if Redumblicans don't like the policy result they can always storm HCRP headquarters and try to take it over themselves.

Wow, so that was a serious suggestion... as the other post mentions, we already have something like this. Tryouts are open to all, every July/August, mark your calendar.

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Anonymous #329495 05/10/21 09:44 AM
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Well if Redumblicans don't like the policy result they can always storm HCRP headquarters and try to take it over themselves.
You wear your mask in your car alone, don’t you?

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Like most discussions of race in the past year, this has devolved into nonsense over nothing. Unless somebody wants to explain the new HoCo Diversity and Inclusion policy, let's go back to talking about lacrosse.

In my opinion, the new policy should promote diversity and inclusion of lacrosse talent. The existence of different divisions, based on skill level, is a clearly non-inclusive policy. The "Elite" teams are obviously elitist, which is most unjust. Not being on an Elite team inflicts a crippling blow on the self-esteem of other players, who feel alienated, and merely perpetuates the privilege of those who have had good coaching in the past.

Therefore, before the beginning of the season, HoCo will assess the skill level of every potential player, and will assign players to teams while ensuring that each team contains an equal number of players from every skill level (the former Elite, AAA, AA, A, and B levels). The result will be a glorious display of diversity, inclusion, equity, and athletic justice! Furthermore, weaker players will be greatly inspired by playing on teams with stronger players, and will rapidly improve their athletic skills due to exposure to the example of stronger players.

What decent person could possibly oppose a system based on equity and athletic justice?

Go play rec

The prior post was 100% satire and sarcasm. If anybody read it differently that is scary.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Like most discussions of race in the past year, this has devolved into nonsense over nothing. Unless somebody wants to explain the new HoCo Diversity and Inclusion policy, let's go back to talking about lacrosse.

In my opinion, the new policy should promote diversity and inclusion of lacrosse talent. The existence of different divisions, based on skill level, is a clearly non-inclusive policy. The "Elite" teams are obviously elitist, which is most unjust. Not being on an Elite team inflicts a crippling blow on the self-esteem of other players, who feel alienated, and merely perpetuates the privilege of those who have had good coaching in the past.

Therefore, before the beginning of the season, HoCo will assess the skill level of every potential player, and will assign players to teams while ensuring that each team contains an equal number of players from every skill level (the former Elite, AAA, AA, A, and B levels). The result will be a glorious display of diversity, inclusion, equity, and athletic justice! Furthermore, weaker players will be greatly inspired by playing on teams with stronger players, and will rapidly improve their athletic skills due to exposure to the example of stronger players.

What decent person could possibly oppose a system based on equity and athletic justice?

Go play rec

The prior post was 100% satire and sarcasm. If anybody read it differently that is scary.

Thank goodness, hard to tell these days

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Like most discussions of race in the past year, this has devolved into nonsense over nothing. Unless somebody wants to explain the new HoCo Diversity and Inclusion policy, let's go back to talking about lacrosse.

In my opinion, the new policy should promote diversity and inclusion of lacrosse talent. The existence of different divisions, based on skill level, is a clearly non-inclusive policy. The "Elite" teams are obviously elitist, which is most unjust. Not being on an Elite team inflicts a crippling blow on the self-esteem of other players, who feel alienated, and merely perpetuates the privilege of those who have had good coaching in the past.

Therefore, before the beginning of the season, HoCo will assess the skill level of every potential player, and will assign players to teams while ensuring that each team contains an equal number of players from every skill level (the former Elite, AAA, AA, A, and B levels). The result will be a glorious display of diversity, inclusion, equity, and athletic justice! Furthermore, weaker players will be greatly inspired by playing on teams with stronger players, and will rapidly improve their athletic skills due to exposure to the example of stronger players.

What decent person could possibly oppose a system based on equity and athletic justice?

Go play rec

The prior post was 100% satire and sarcasm. If anybody read it differently that is scary.

Thank goodness, hard to tell these days

It is always richly satisfying when someone takes a satirical post seriously...

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TLaxOne #329639 05/11/21 08:05 AM
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The playoff schedules have been sent to coaches. When will they be posted on GHCLC Sports Engine?

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