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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
Anonymous #354154 10/25/21 05:59 PM
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So who will be in the elite division this spring? BY my count, in no particular order, these teams are hoping/expecting to be there. Twelve teams??

Crabs
Hawks
MadLax
Leading Edge
VLC
DC Express
Looneys
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FCA
NextLevel
Top Caliber
TRW Wolfpack

Good list but need to add in True Annapolis Green. Highly doubt leading edge comes in but possible and don’t think Hoco has exclusions as long as they can play every Saturday. Early Spring tournaments will shake everything out. Don’t think TRW makes the jump, Top Caliber may come up but but would have to unseat a politically connected club like FCA or Next Level. They will not go to 12 teams but could go to 10.

PP here - I forgot about True - of course they belong on the list so actually there are 13 contenders.

Is the Leading Edge thing a joke? They are driving from NJ every week? That seems insane.

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Anonymous #354162 10/25/21 09:02 PM
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Agreed, no reason to drive to Long Island to play. Only one good team to play at this age group. Better competition in MD. And you are kidding yourself with 3 hours of traffic. Long Island traffic is horrific coming and going.

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Anonymous #354183 10/26/21 07:42 AM
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Crabs scored 83 goals on the weekend.

Very athletic at every position - rotate poles through close and LSM interchangeably - new feeder from X is a game changer on Attack from them - two very strong face off kids - fast and relentless at midfield. Very impressive team - they are going to be tough to beat are in a different league from the rest.

Of course they’ll be tough to beat. They are a team full of boys who should be in 9th grade. They would have a tough time playing against kids their own age.
Only half full. Give their on age kids some credit. They are the team to beat, but to every human other than a Crab every win will have an asterisk next to it. Do what you got to do to win, but running up the scores with your starters all game, that’s your classiest move yet. Congrats Ryan.

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Anonymous #354186 10/26/21 08:16 AM
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Give me a break. They have about 2-3 kids that are true 8th grade age. The rest should be in 9th or even old enough to be in 10th grade. Congrats

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TheBackOfTheCage #354187 10/26/21 08:19 AM
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I'd take the drive from NJ to Columbia via 95S 10 times out of 10 vs the weekend drive to and from LI.

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Anonymous #354188 10/26/21 08:20 AM
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[quote=Anonymous]So who will be in the elite division this spring? BY my count, in no particular order, these teams are hoping/expecting to be there. Twelve teams??

Crabs
Hawks
MadLax
Leading Edge
VLC
DC Express
Looneys
91
FCA
NextLevel
Top Caliber
TRW Wolfpack[/


If this is Elite, who is going to be AAA. Some of these teams don’t belong in Elite

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Anonymous #354195 10/26/21 08:48 AM
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Crabs scored 83 goals on the weekend.

Very athletic at every position - rotate poles through close and LSM interchangeably - new feeder from X is a game changer on Attack from them - two very strong face off kids - fast and relentless at midfield. Very impressive team - they are going to be tough to beat are in a different league from the rest.

Of course they’ll be tough to beat. They are a team full of boys who should be in 9th grade. They would have a tough time playing against kids their own age.
Only half full. Give their on age kids some credit. They are the team to beat, but to every human other than a Crab every win will have an asterisk next to it. Do what you got to do to win, but running up the scores with your starters all game, that’s your classiest move yet. Congrats Ryan.

Outside of the parents on the Crabs they are laughing stock. Area High School coaches think it is overkill when you speak to them. Usually the Make A Wish situation is an admirable endeavor, but when you apply it to 2025 lacrosse kids letting them play 2026 it really cheapens the organization.

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Anonymous #354205 10/26/21 09:32 AM
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[quote=Anonymous]So who will be in the elite division this spring? BY my count, in no particular order, these teams are hoping/expecting to be there. Twelve teams??

Crabs
Hawks
MadLax
Leading Edge
VLC
DC Express
Looneys
91
FCA
NextLevel
Top Caliber
TRW Wolfpack[/


If this is Elite, who is going to be AAA. Some of these teams don’t belong in Elite

2 of the bottom 3 will likely be in AAA

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Anonymous #354206 10/26/21 09:49 AM
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Calling BS on this…HS coaches don’t care how old they are just how good. Nice try though

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TheBackOfTheCage #354208 10/26/21 10:17 AM
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Some decent teams/tournaments this weekend in PA, MD, and DE. Good luck to all. Check out Tourney Machine.

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Anonymous #354210 10/26/21 10:18 AM
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Calling BS on this…HS coaches don’t care how old they are just how good. Nice try though


HS Coaches encourage holdbacks!!!

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Crabs scored 83 goals on the weekend.

Very athletic at every position - rotate poles through close and LSM interchangeably - new feeder from X is a game changer on Attack from them - two very strong face off kids - fast and relentless at midfield. Very impressive team - they are going to be tough to beat are in a different league from the rest.

Of course they’ll be tough to beat. They are a team full of boys who should be in 9th grade. They would have a tough time playing against kids their own age.
Only half full. Give their on age kids some credit. They are the team to beat, but to every human other than a Crab every win will have an asterisk next to it. Do what you got to do to win, but running up the scores with your starters all game, that’s your classiest move yet. Congrats Ryan.

Obviously you were not there Ma'am. Playing time was evenly distributed; in fact they had LPs playing attack in most of the 2nd half of games and Middies taking FOs. Again the Crabs have no more holdbacks than any other team playing in the Elite Level; they are just better all around then most teams. So keep hating and keep making excuse to why your on age kids and holdbacks can not hang. #workethic

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Anonymous #354227 10/26/21 12:00 PM
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Crabs scored 83 goals on the weekend.

Very athletic at every position - rotate poles through close and LSM interchangeably - new feeder from X is a game changer on Attack from them - two very strong face off kids - fast and relentless at midfield. Very impressive team - they are going to be tough to beat are in a different league from the rest.

Of course they’ll be tough to beat. They are a team full of boys who should be in 9th grade. They would have a tough time playing against kids their own age.
Only half full. Give their on age kids some credit. They are the team to beat, but to every human other than a Crab every win will have an asterisk next to it. Do what you got to do to win, but running up the scores with your starters all game, that’s your classiest move yet. Congrats Ryan.

Obviously you were not there Ma'am. Playing time was evenly distributed; in fact they had LPs playing attack in most of the 2nd half of games and Middies taking FOs. Again the Crabs have no more holdbacks than any other team playing in the Elite Level; they are just better all around then most teams. So keep hating and keep making excuse to why your on age kids and holdbacks can not hang. #workethic

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Anonymous #354231 10/26/21 12:29 PM
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Crabs scored 83 goals on the weekend.

Very athletic at every position - rotate poles through close and LSM interchangeably - new feeder from X is a game changer on Attack from them - two very strong face off kids - fast and relentless at midfield. Very impressive team - they are going to be tough to beat are in a different league from the rest.

Of course they’ll be tough to beat. They are a team full of boys who should be in 9th grade. They would have a tough time playing against kids their own age.

Only half full. Give their on age kids some credit. They are the team to beat, but to every human other than a Crab every win will have an asterisk next to it. Do what you got to do to win, but running up the scores with your starters all game, that’s your classiest move yet. Congrats Ryan.

Outside of the parents on the Crabs they are laughing stock. Area High School coaches think it is overkill when you speak to them. Usually the Make A Wish situation is an admirable endeavor, but when you apply it to 2025 lacrosse kids letting them play 2026 it really cheapens the organization.

What High School coaches are you talking about??? Sure isnt MIAA coaches. Everyone that has had a son play in MIAA has been a holdback. And birthday date is not a factor. One was a holdback by 8 months from Sept. It is what it is, but lets not act like the MIAA is an on age league by any stretch of the imagination.

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Anonymous #354237 10/26/21 01:11 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Crabs scored 83 goals on the weekend.

Very athletic at every position - rotate poles through close and LSM interchangeably - new feeder from X is a game changer on Attack from them - two very strong face off kids - fast and relentless at midfield. Very impressive team - they are going to be tough to beat are in a different league from the rest.

Of course they’ll be tough to beat. They are a team full of boys who should be in 9th grade. They would have a tough time playing against kids their own age.
Only half full. Give their on age kids some credit. They are the team to beat, but to every human other than a Crab every win will have an asterisk next to it. Do what you got to do to win, but running up the scores with your starters all game, that’s your classiest move yet. Congrats Ryan.

Obviously you were not there Ma'am. Playing time was evenly distributed; in fact they had LPs playing attack in most of the 2nd half of games and Middies taking FOs. Again the Crabs have no more holdbacks than any other team playing in the Elite Level; they are just better all around then most teams. So keep hating and keep making excuse to why your on age kids and holdbacks can not hang. #workethic

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