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Congratulations to both McDonogh and Saint Marys for a great 2022 championship game. Looking ahead to next season, is it possible for Gilman’s (Woke and Feminized) administrators to hire a ‘real’ MIAA qualified high school lacrosse coach who can strategize above the 8th grade club level and actually win against an MIAA team other than JC.

McD leads the woke crowd, but I digress.

And they’re champs.

And their woke. Academics first.

McD is uber woke like most of the MIAA schools and most public schools in Baltimore. Incredible the amount of group mind think that passes as critical thinking .

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Gilman football coach left after two years just like the lacrosse coach.

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Congrats to Curley winning the MIAA B conference. Lots of B conference players that can.

Curley. Great Stooge. Terrible lacrosse. Hit the wall.

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Congrats to Curley winning the MIAA B conference. Lots of B conference players that can.

Curley. Great Stooge. Terrible lacrosse. Hit the wall.

They are a fine "B" conference school. There should be no comparison to an A conference school. Both Curley & Indian Creek lost to a lower tier A school this year by 11 goals each. Stay where you are.

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Congrats to Curley winning the MIAA B conference. Lots of B conference players that can.

Curley. Great Stooge. Terrible lacrosse. Hit the wall.

Some B conference players can play believe it or not.

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Coaching staff at Gilman is solid. It’s lack of talent. Their junior and senior classes were terrible, except for their goalie.
Gilman should to re-evaluate their entire athletic department. The Headmaster and Board are anti competitive sports.

Gilman will drop to B conference for all sports within the next 3-4 years.

Next year's MIAA preseason rankings:

SP: Almost everyone is back with the exception of their strong LSM. This coaching staff is serious about winning it all next year.
CHC: They lose some key defenders and offensive threats but just re-load. They will be in the mix.
SM: Strong offense returning. Missing most top defenders and a keeper. However, will re-load from a strong JV program.
McD: Missing a majority of starting defenders and a keeper. Offense only loses a couple middies. Will make semis again.
Severn: Almost everyone is back. Depth will be an issue as always but they will look to dominate FOs.
Boys Latin: Despite losing a lot, they just re-load as always. Keeper will be tough to replace.
Loyola: Lost their two best AA poles. They were anemic on offense and at the X. A top six finish for them would be great.
Gilman: Talent gap is too big to overcome for any coach especially one not empowered to or experienced at recruiting.
JC: Big strides this year with the victory over CHC. If they keep the recruits home, they will be a force.
MSJ: Young team that will knock off some of the Conference's more storied programs in the next couple of years.

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Coaching staff at Gilman is solid. It’s lack of talent. Their junior and senior classes were terrible, except for their goalie.
Gilman should to re-evaluate their entire athletic department. The Headmaster and Board are anti competitive sports.

Gilman will drop to B conference for all sports within the next 3-4 years.
It did seem odd that the former coach was there for a year and got out quick.

He saw the writing on the wall. Can’t blame him. He was used to Haverford.
Was also the AD at Haverford

I played with Nodie at Washington College. He left Gilman to take what amounts to his dream job - HC at his alma mater. Don't talk about things you don't know about...

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Gilman football coach left after two years just like the lacrosse coach.

4 years

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Congrats to Curley winning the MIAA B conference. Lots of B conference players that can.

Curley. Great Stooge. Terrible lacrosse. Hit the wall.

Some B conference players can play believe it or not.

I believe it. I think we are just talking overall team at this point.

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Is anyone gonna talk about how bad CHC looked? How many throw aways? Team looked awful...............


Was wondering the same thing...............

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Coaching staff at Gilman is solid. It’s lack of talent. Their junior and senior classes were terrible, except for their goalie.
Gilman should to re-evaluate their entire athletic department. The Headmaster and Board are anti competitive sports.

Gilman will drop to B conference for all sports within the next 3-4 years.
It did seem odd that the former coach was there for a year and got out quick.

He saw the writing on the wall. Can’t blame him. He was used to Haverford.
Was also the AD at Haverford

I played with Nodie at Washington College. He left Gilman to take what amounts to his dream job - HC at his alma mater. Don't talk about things you don't know about...
He left one previously great program for another.
Both don’t have the right admins in place to be competitive in their conferences.
MIAA and Centennial titles are many years out of reach for both schools.

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Congrats to Curley winning the MIAA B conference. Lots of B conference players that can.

Curley. Great Stooge. Terrible lacrosse. Hit the wall.

Some B conference players can play believe it or not.

I believe it. I think we are just talking overall team at this point.

Not the best lacrosse at times but some kids can play. I think that St Mary’s had a starting attackman the was in the B conference as a freshman

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Coaching staff at Gilman is solid. It’s lack of talent. Their junior and senior classes were terrible, except for their goalie.
Gilman should to re-evaluate their entire athletic department. The Headmaster and Board are anti competitive sports.

Gilman will drop to B conference for all sports within the next 3-4 years.
It did seem odd that the former coach was there for a year and got out quick.

He saw the writing on the wall. Can’t blame him. He was used to Haverford.
Was also the AD at Haverford

I played with Nodie at Washington College. He left Gilman to take what amounts to his dream job - HC at his alma mater. Don't talk about things you don't know about...

Yes, Nodie is working his magic at Washington College just like he did at Gilman with a 10-loss, 4-win season this year. What a dream job he’s doing. LoL
Maybe he can hire Gilman’s ‘solid’ grade-school-level lacrosse staff for next year and start a Dream Team in Chestertown.

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Coaching staff at Gilman is solid. It’s lack of talent. Their junior and senior classes were terrible, except for their goalie.
Gilman should to re-evaluate their entire athletic department. The Headmaster and Board are anti competitive sports.

Gilman will drop to B conference for all sports within the next 3-4 years.
It did seem odd that the former coach was there for a year and got out quick.

He saw the writing on the wall. Can’t blame him. He was used to Haverford.
Was also the AD at Haverford

I played with Nodie at Washington College. He left Gilman to take what amounts to his dream job - HC at his alma mater. Don't talk about things you don't know about...

Yes, Nodie is working his magic at Washington College just like he did at Gilman with a 10-loss, 4-win season this year. What a dream job he’s doing. LoL
Maybe he can hire Gilman’s ‘solid’ grade-school-level lacrosse staff for next year and start a Dream Team in Chestertown.

Noodle is a claim jumper. Leaves one job after another. Had all this talk coming to Gilman and then left. His coaching claim to fame continues at Washington College. Gone within a year or two. Watch

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Coaching staff at Gilman is solid. It’s lack of talent. Their junior and senior classes were terrible, except for their goalie.
Gilman should to re-evaluate their entire athletic department. The Headmaster and Board are anti competitive sports.

Gilman will drop to B conference for all sports within the next 3-4 years.
It did seem odd that the former coach was there for a year and got out quick.

He saw the writing on the wall. Can’t blame him. He was used to Haverford.
Was also the AD at Haverford

I played with Nodie at Washington College. He left Gilman to take what amounts to his dream job - HC at his alma mater. Don't talk about things you don't know about...

Yes, Nodie is working his magic at Washington College just like he did at Gilman with a 10-loss, 4-win season this year. What a dream job he’s doing. LoL
Maybe he can hire Gilman’s ‘solid’ grade-school-level lacrosse staff for next year and start a Dream Team in Chestertown.

He's forgotten more about lacrosse than you will ever know!

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Coaching staff at Gilman is solid. It’s lack of talent. Their junior and senior classes were terrible, except for their goalie.
Gilman should to re-evaluate their entire athletic department. The Headmaster and Board are anti competitive sports.

Gilman will drop to B conference for all sports within the next 3-4 years.

Next year's MIAA preseason rankings:

SP: Almost everyone is back with the exception of their strong LSM. This coaching staff is serious about winning it all next year.
CHC: They lose some key defenders and offensive threats but just re-load. They will be in the mix.
SM: Strong offense returning. Missing most top defenders and a keeper. However, will re-load from a strong JV program.
McD: Missing a majority of starting defenders and a keeper. Offense only loses a couple middies. Will make semis again.
Severn: Almost everyone is back. Depth will be an issue as always but they will look to dominate FOs.
Boys Latin: Despite losing a lot, they just re-load as always. Keeper will be tough to replace.
Loyola: Lost their two best AA poles. They were anemic on offense and at the X. A top six finish for them would be great.
Gilman: Talent gap is too big to overcome for any coach especially one not empowered to or experienced at recruiting.
JC: Big strides this year with the victory over CHC. If they keep the recruits home, they will be a force.
MSJ: Young team that will knock off some of the Conference's more storied programs in the next couple of years.

No Spalding, Rumors were Spalding headed to B after this year with Gilman joining soon thereafter, Is that what you are telling us

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Don't know enough about Spalding to opine: Aside from losing a bunch of super talented 22s, what does their talent pipeline look like? Will all members of this extremely accomplished coaching staff remain?

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Don't know enough about Spalding to opine: Aside from losing a bunch of super talented 22s, what does their talent pipeline look like? Will all members of this extremely accomplished coaching staff remain?

It was a real shame that these super talented extremely accomplished people were absent when the leagues best teams and coaches got together for the games at Navy last week.

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Coaching staff at Gilman is terrible.

I played with Nodie at Washington College. He left Gilman to take what amounts to his dream job - HC at his alma mater. Don't talk about things you don't know about...

Yes, Nodie is working his magic at Washington College just like he did at Gilman with a 10-loss, 4-win season this year. What a dream job he’s doing. LoL
Maybe he can hire Gilman’s ‘solid’ grade-school-level lacrosse staff for next year and start a Dream Team in Chestertown.[/quote]

He's forgotten more about lacrosse than you will ever know![/quote]

And by the looks of his record at Gilman and Washington College he has forgotten a lot.

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Coaching staff at Gilman is terrible.

I played with Nodie at Washington College. He left Gilman to take what amounts to his dream job - HC at his alma mater. Don't talk about things you don't know about...

Yes, Nodie is working his magic at Washington College just like he did at Gilman with a 10-loss, 4-win season this year. What a dream job he’s doing. LoL
Maybe he can hire Gilman’s ‘solid’ grade-school-level lacrosse staff for next year and start a Dream Team in Chestertown.

He's forgotten more about lacrosse than you will ever know![/quote]

And by the looks of his record at Gilman and Washington College he has forgotten a lot.[/quote]

Like Hopkins, Both are places where the game has passed them by.

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Coaching staff at Gilman is solid. It’s lack of talent. Their junior and senior classes were terrible, except for their goalie.
Gilman should to re-evaluate their entire athletic department. The Headmaster and Board are anti competitive sports.

Gilman will drop to B conference for all sports within the next 3-4 years.
It did seem odd that the former coach was there for a year and got out quick.

He saw the writing on the wall. Can’t blame him. He was used to Haverford.
Was also the AD at Haverford

I played with Nodie at Washington College. He left Gilman to take what amounts to his dream job - HC at his alma mater. Don't talk about things you don't know about...

I know Gilman and Washington haven’t been relevant in over 20 years. And both schools don’t have the desire to be relevant again.

But maybe if we can go back to the 1950s-70s when only a dozen schools played lacrosse, they could be good again.

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Don't know enough about Spalding to opine: Aside from losing a bunch of super talented 22s, what does their talent pipeline look like? Will all members of this extremely accomplished coaching staff remain?

It was a real shame that these super talented extremely accomplished people were absent when the leagues best teams and coaches got together for the games at Navy last week.

I don't have a dog in the fight but I think you can make a pretty good argument Spalding was the third best team in the Conference at the end of the year after McD and BL. In any case the top six teams were all pretty evenly matched. Hats off to all six of the playoff coaching staffs!

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Don't know enough about Spalding to opine: Aside from losing a bunch of super talented 22s, what does their talent pipeline look like? Will all members of this extremely accomplished coaching staff remain?

It was a real shame that these super talented extremely accomplished people were absent when the leagues best teams and coaches got together for the games at Navy last week.

I don't have a dog in the fight but I think you can make a pretty good argument Spalding was the third best team in the Conference at the end of the year after McD and BL. In any case the top six teams were all pretty evenly matched. Hats off to all six of the playoff coaching staffs!

Yes. The Golden Age of Spaulding Lacrosse really was something special.

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Don't know enough about Spalding to opine: Aside from losing a bunch of super talented 22s, what does their talent pipeline look like? Will all members of this extremely accomplished coaching staff remain?

It was a real shame that these super talented extremely accomplished people were absent when the leagues best teams and coaches got together for the games at Navy last week.

I don't have a dog in the fight but I think you can make a pretty good argument Spalding was the third best team in the Conference at the end of the year after McD and BL. In any case the top six teams were all pretty evenly matched. Hats off to all six of the playoff coaching staffs!

Third best lol. Lost to McDonough 2x. Lost to BL. Lost to Calvert Hall. Beat STM by 1 goal probably best win all season.
No playoff wins.
Spalding will have no seniors that will start next year and it’s back to the bottom of the league. No goalie no fogo. No mids no attackman and No defense.

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Don't know enough about Spalding to opine: Aside from losing a bunch of super talented 22s, what does their talent pipeline look like? Will all members of this extremely accomplished coaching staff remain?

It was a real shame that these super talented extremely accomplished people were absent when the leagues best teams and coaches got together for the games at Navy last week.

I don't have a dog in the fight but I think you can make a pretty good argument Spalding was the third best team in the Conference at the end of the year after McD and BL. In any case the top six teams were all pretty evenly matched. Hats off to all six of the playoff coaching staffs!

Third best lol. Lost to McDonough 2x. Lost to BL. Lost to Calvert Hall. Beat STM by 1 goal probably best win all season.
No playoff wins.
Spalding will have no seniors that will start next year and it’s back to the bottom of the league. No goalie no fogo. No mids no attackman and No defense.
You know nothing. They have verbals from the best Hawks 2031s and 32s.

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How impactful/useful are the various “prospect” days some of the high schools have for middle school players?

I’m a parent of a 7th grader/2027.

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Don't know enough about Spalding to opine: Aside from losing a bunch of super talented 22s, what does their talent pipeline look like? Will all members of this extremely accomplished coaching staff remain?

It was a real shame that these super talented extremely accomplished people were absent when the leagues best teams and coaches got together for the games at Navy last week.

I don't have a dog in the fight but I think you can make a pretty good argument Spalding was the third best team in the Conference at the end of the year after McD and BL. In any case the top six teams were all pretty evenly matched. Hats off to all six of the playoff coaching staffs!

Third best lol. Lost to McDonough 2x. Lost to BL. Lost to Calvert Hall. Beat STM by 1 goal probably best win all season.
No playoff wins.
Spalding will have no seniors that will start next year and it’s back to the bottom of the league. No goalie no fogo. No mids no attackman and No defense.
You know nothing. They have verbals from the best Hawks 2031s and 32s.


They will be back winning championships in the B league when the 31s and 32s arrive.

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If you count the two Covid canceled seasons then yes 4

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Yes both on the verge of obsolete

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Gilman, like WAC and Hopkins, will never be good at lacrosse. WAC because why go there? Hopkins again why go there where crime is deplorable. Gilman like small private schools will only be competitive again once the administration, board and the athletic program is restructured with a plan like McD , BL and CHC.

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you hawks players this year it didn't help

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How impactful/useful are the various “prospect” days some of the high schools have for middle school players?

I’m a parent of a 7th grader/2027.

Great question, the answer is, it depends. If you're son's really good (top 2 or 3 at his position in Hoco Elite or a just a freak athlete) and the HC of the Program doesn't know you, then it could be very worthwhile, ie a coveted admissions slot and if you're at the right school, some aid, to attend and get noticed. If you're son is anyone else, it's a money grab just like the college prospect days are. I do believe putting your athletic kids in highly competitive lacrosse camps and scrimmages helps them determine whether they want to commit more time and effort at getting better. More of a self actualization exercise than prospecting though and clearly not free.

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Don't know enough about Spalding to opine: Aside from losing a bunch of super talented 22s, what does their talent pipeline look like? Will all members of this extremely accomplished coaching staff remain?

It was a real shame that these super talented extremely accomplished people were absent when the leagues best teams and coaches got together for the games at Navy last week.

I don't have a dog in the fight but I think you can make a pretty good argument Spalding was the third best team in the Conference at the end of the year after McD and BL. In any case the top six teams were all pretty evenly matched. Hats off to all six of the playoff coaching staffs!

Third best? You mean the 2nd lost.

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How impactful/useful are the various “prospect” days some of the high schools have for middle school players?

I’m a parent of a 7th grader/2027.

Great question, the answer is, it depends. If you're son's really good (top 2 or 3 at his position in Hoco Elite or a just a freak athlete) and the HC of the Program doesn't know you, then it could be very worthwhile, ie a coveted admissions slot and if you're at the right school, some aid, to attend and get noticed. If you're son is anyone else, it's a money grab just like the college prospect days are. I do believe putting your athletic kids in highly competitive lacrosse camps and scrimmages helps them determine whether they want to commit more time and effort at getting better. More of a self actualization exercise than prospecting though and clearly not free.

Makes sense. So then where do the coaches find middle schoolers? Do they just take who shows up and have a tryout and roll with it?

I know crabs and FCA have kids they are pointing to BL and CHC. I’d imagine the hawks and stm and Spalding are similar.

But what about everywhere else? I’m relatively new to the area and trying to understand the best way to get kids in front of the coaches.

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MIAA all conference team been announced?

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I’m a parent of a 7th grader/2027.

Depends on your objective:

MS admission?

HS admission?

Getting "recruited" and thus 10% off tuition if he makes varsity in 9th?

It also depends on how well your son is doing in other facets of sports and academics. If he is playing AAA ball or above, and he has a 3.75 GPA or above, he's going to get into any (ALL) of the MIAA schools. Especially if he has a second sport or a musical instrument. Or a legacy student.

If he is not rocking all those things, you should probably get him in front of the coaches of his favorite 2-3 schools whenever possible. Lax may be what gets him into the school of his choice. And maybe that nice 10% tuition discount if he's one of the 4 kids who makes varsity in 9th grade.

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All MIAA schools offer significant financial aide regardless of athletic prowess on the lacrosse field.

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So is MSJ committed to “winning” or just “being” in the A league? What is their program philosophy/goal?

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I’m a parent of a 7th grader/2027.

Not useful. When you get to the high school, your kid will be replaced by a new kid who has reclassed.

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Replaced by a new kid reclassed and/or the latest evolution of a new kid reclassed from out of state or Canada.

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