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Re: Looney's Boys Lacrosse [Re: CageSage] #253358
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Trash club with [ChillLaxin] dads and greasy moms.

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Re: Looney's Boys Lacrosse [Re: CageSage] #287112
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Saw Looney's 2021 at Big 4. Man, they are terrible. Looney's disbanded two of their older teams. Wouldn't be surprised if this team was folded as well.

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Re: Looney's Boys Lacrosse [Re: CageSage] #287117
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Reads like a Long Island thread, embarrassing for youth sports

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Re: Looney's Boys Lacrosse [Re: Anonymous] #287126
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Reads like a Long Island thread, embarrassing for youth sports


I have a child who plays in AA county and he has played against Looneys and with several of their players in different events. They have been first class people at every turn. This includes the times we beat them. I am not sure what the angle is on here. Sounds like a parent who's kid couldn't make a team there.

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Re: Looney's Boys Lacrosse [Re: CageSage] #288191
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Anybody know why the '25 Green coaches are moving to Rock?

Falling out? Philosophical differences? Something else?

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Re: Looney's Boys Lacrosse [Re: Anonymous] #288197
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Anybody know why the '25 Green coaches are moving to Rock?

Falling out? Philosophical differences? Something else?


No first hand knowledge, but could it be part of the new emphasis from St. Paul's coach on building Rock into his feeder club and the Loyola coach doing the same with Looneys?

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Re: Looney's Boys Lacrosse [Re: CageSage] #288200
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Looney's has been declining for years. They should fold the club.

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Re: Looney's Boys Lacrosse [Re: CageSage] #288236
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Anybody know why the '25 Green coaches are moving to Rock?

Falling out? Philosophical differences? Something else?


No first hand knowledge, but could it be part of the new emphasis from St. Paul's coach on building Rock into his feeder club and the Loyola coach doing the same with Looneys?



Interesting. Doesn't Ritter coach at Boys Latin, though?

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Re: Looney's Boys Lacrosse [Re: Anonymous] #288736
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Why rock as feeder club, Not very promising saying that BL, Loyola, and Calvert Hall bringing in kids from way more successful clubs such as Crabs, Looneys, and Fca

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Re: Looney's Boys Lacrosse [Re: CageSage] #288738
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Sp needs a feeder so makes sense that Whitty is at Rock. Most rising high schoolers at Sp play for a very weak Breakers program and doubtful that any of those kids have a meaningful impact during their high school years. Whitty will recruit kids from in state and out of state and they will play for Rock.

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Re: Looney's Boys Lacrosse [Re: Anonymous] #288959
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Sp needs a feeder so makes sense that Whitty is at Rock. Most rising high schoolers at Sp play for a very weak Breakers program and doubtful that any of those kids have a meaningful impact during their high school years. Whitty will recruit kids from in state and out of state and they will play for Rock.


Looney's has not updated their website in about 4 years. No useful information at all and no wonder the club is in decline. Their website is a direct reflection of how bad the club has gone downhill .

Complete garbage....

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Re: Looney's Boys Lacrosse [Re: Anonymous] #288963
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Sp needs a feeder so makes sense that Whitty is at Rock. Most rising high schoolers at Sp play for a very weak Breakers program and doubtful that any of those kids have a meaningful impact during their high school years. Whitty will recruit kids from in state and out of state and they will play for Rock.


Looney's has not updated their website in about 4 years. No useful information at all and no wonder the club is in decline. Their website is a direct reflection of how bad the club has gone downhill .

Complete garbage....


This is silly. The website has the 2019/20 tryout information and has active links to various gear, etc. Yes some of the stuff is out of date, which is true for pretty much every club website I've ever seen. The individual teams use Teamsnap to manage things so...

Oh and I'm not familiar with the other years but 2023 Orange had 70+ kids out for their tryouts - for a team that is returning all but a small handful of kids. They will also be fielding the lower level Green team. With all the new clubs popping up at this grade, Looneys seems pretty stable.

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Re: Looney's Boys Lacrosse [Re: Anonymous] #288966
07/17/19 09:17 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Sp needs a feeder so makes sense that Whitty is at Rock. Most rising high schoolers at Sp play for a very weak Breakers program and doubtful that any of those kids have a meaningful impact during their high school years. Whitty will recruit kids from in state and out of state and they will play for Rock.


Looney's has not updated their website in about 4 years. No useful information at all and no wonder the club is in decline. Their website is a direct reflection of how bad the club has gone downhill .

Complete garbage....


This is silly. The website has the 2019/20 tryout information and has active links to various gear, etc. Yes some of the stuff is out of date, which is true for pretty much every club website I've ever seen. The individual teams use Teamsnap to manage things so...

Oh and I'm not familiar with the other years but 2023 Orange had 70+ kids out for their tryouts - for a team that is returning all but a small handful of kids. They will also be fielding the lower level Green team. With all the new clubs popping up at this grade, Looneys seems pretty stable.


One Grad year is not club stability.

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Re: Looney's Boys Lacrosse [Re: Anonymous] #288968
07/17/19 09:21 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Sp needs a feeder so makes sense that Whitty is at Rock. Most rising high schoolers at Sp play for a very weak Breakers program and doubtful that any of those kids have a meaningful impact during their high school years. Whitty will recruit kids from in state and out of state and they will play for Rock.


Looney's has not updated their website in about 4 years. No useful information at all and no wonder the club is in decline. Their website is a direct reflection of how bad the club has gone downhill .

Complete garbage....


This is silly. The website has the 2019/20 tryout information and has active links to various gear, etc. Yes some of the stuff is out of date, which is true for pretty much every club website I've ever seen. The individual teams use Teamsnap to manage things so...

Oh and I'm not familiar with the other years but 2023 Orange had 70+ kids out for their tryouts - for a team that is returning all but a small handful of kids. They will also be fielding the lower level Green team. With all the new clubs popping up at this grade, Looneys seems pretty stable.


His son couldnt make the Orange team...Ignore him, he is just bitter

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Re: Looney's Boys Lacrosse [Re: Anonymous] #288975
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Sp needs a feeder so makes sense that Whitty is at Rock. Most rising high schoolers at Sp play for a very weak Breakers program and doubtful that any of those kids have a meaningful impact during their high school years. Whitty will recruit kids from in state and out of state and they will play for Rock.


Looney's has not updated their website in about 4 years. No useful information at all and no wonder the club is in decline. Their website is a direct reflection of how bad the club has gone downhill .

Complete garbage....


This is silly. The website has the 2019/20 tryout information and has active links to various gear, etc. Yes some of the stuff is out of date, which is true for pretty much every club website I've ever seen. The individual teams use Teamsnap to manage things so...

Oh and I'm not familiar with the other years but 2023 Orange had 70+ kids out for their tryouts - for a team that is returning all but a small handful of kids. They will also be fielding the lower level Green team. With all the new clubs popping up at this grade, Looneys seems pretty stable.

Have you seen the Crabs website? Good website does not = winning club

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