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BOTC Tryouts Grid as of Sunday, August 11th #38325
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TeamTryout DatesAge GroupsFee
Team Long Island8/16, 8/17, 8/182015-2024$75.00
LI Outlaws8/24, 8/25, 9/14, 9/152015-2024$100.00
Blaze9/72020-2023$35.00
Turf Island9/72015-2023$40.00
fl$9/7, 9/82017-2023$125.00
Team Igloo9/7, 9/8, 9/14, 9/152021-2022$100.00
Team 919/7, 9/8, 9/14, 9/152015-2024$85.00
Team Threshers9/7, 9/142018-2019$60.00
LI Revolution9/7, 10/52017-2024$25.00
JestersAll September Weekends2015-2023$75.00
True Blue9/14, 9/15, 9/21, 9/222016-2023$65.00
Legacy9/14, 9/15, 9/21, 9/222018-2024$50.00
LI Riptide9/14, 9/15, 9/21, 9/222015-2023$75.00
Havoc Dune Dawgs9/21, 9/282016-2024$70.00
Recon9/21, 9/28, 10/52015-2022$40.00
Millon Force9/28, 9/292015-2023$50.00
LI Thunder9/292015-2020$35.00

GIRLS TRYOUTS
TeamTryout DatesAge GroupsFee
Team Elevate 9/7, 9/8, 9/14, 9/152015-2023$75.00
LI Revolution 9/7, 10/52017-2024$25.00
Blaze 9/82017-2021$35.00
Turf Island 9/82015-2023$40.00
True Blue 9/14, 9/212020-2023$40.00
Legacy 9/15, 9/212022$50.00
fl$ Girls 9/222017-2023$125.00

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Re: BOTC Tryouts Grid as of Sunday, August 11th [Re: CageSage] #38326
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Team Threshers has a mistake- 2029 should be 2019. smile

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Re: BOTC Tryouts Grid as of Sunday, August 11th [Re: CageSage] #38327
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and great stuff- thank you for your hard work!

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Re: BOTC Tryouts Grid as of Sunday, August 11th [Re: Anonymous] #38331
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Team Threshers has a mistake- 2029 should be 2019. smile
Talk about getting an early start on building teams wink

Thanks for the keen eye on the chart.

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Re: BOTC Tryouts Grid as of Sunday, August 11th [Re: CageSage] #38340
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Ok so your on a Travel Team from lets say 3rd Grade till Varsity and you spend approximatley $4000 a year with Tournaments, Fall/Winter League & Hotels/Food, which is a low cost. After all is said and done your kids still doesn't get a Fantasy Parshall Scholarship but you already could have paid for his college yourself. Does this make sense to anybody, all these teams need to bring there prices down. This is turning into a big business not for the kids.

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holy cow fl$ 125 dollars. How do you justify that?

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Re: BOTC Tryouts Grid as of Sunday, August 11th [Re: CageSage] #38343
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Awesome job thank you

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Re: BOTC Tryouts Grid as of Sunday, August 11th [Re: Anonymous] #38345
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Ok so your on a Travel Team from lets say 3rd Grade till Varsity and you spend approximatley $4000 a year with Tournaments, Fall/Winter League & Hotels/Food, which is a low cost. After all is said and done your kids still doesn't get a Fantasy Parshall Scholarship but you already could have paid for his college yourself. Does this make sense to anybody, all these teams need to bring there prices down. This is turning into a big business not for the kids.


I am not doing this so my sons or daughter can go to college. They enjoy the sport, they need more than PAL can offer them at this point and they have been excelling- which is a bonus. If they happen to get some sort of scholarship because they do well enough when they are entering college years- then that is even better. I allow them to play travel lacrosse because it keeps them focused, hard working, off the streets and off the video games. They learn to organize their schedules to fit in their practices, school work and social lives. They learn to make commitments and sacrifices. They meet friends outside of their town and they grow from the whole experience. As parents we enjoy travel lacrosse, hockey and soccer. We have made so many friends over the years through these sports and we enjoy traveling as a family and with our friends. I will miss the years when we do not have week ends home or away to cheer our kids on.

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Completely agree. We enjoy watching our kids play and enjoy the trips as a family.

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holy cow fl$ 125 dollars. How do you justify that?


They limit the number of kids who can tryout, where most other organization are unlimited.

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Re: BOTC Tryouts Grid as of Sunday, August 11th [Re: Anonymous] #38555
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Awesome job thank you
Thank you all very much for the positive feedback on both this grid and the launch of the Boys Fall 2013/Summer 2014 threads with the age-group specific tryouts listed.

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holy cow fl$ 125 dollars. How do you justify that?


They limit the number of kids who can tryout, where most other organization are unlimited.

What a comical justification, as if there will be will be too many for the younger grades that they will have to turn people away.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Ok so your on a Travel Team from lets say 3rd Grade till Varsity and you spend approximatley $4000 a year with Tournaments, Fall/Winter League & Hotels/Food, which is a low cost. After all is said and done your kids still doesn't get a Fantasy Parshall Scholarship but you already could have paid for his college yourself. Does this make sense to anybody, all these teams need to bring there prices down. This is turning into a big business not for the kids.

Please think about stressing education more than lacrosse. A "partial" scholarship may be more attainable if they can spell partial, unlike you. Wow!

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Re: BOTC Tryouts Grid as of Sunday, August 11th [Re: Anonymous] #38569
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fl$ does not limit tryout numbers. They are the greediest (other than LI Expre$$) organization. $125 is $125 to them.

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Re: BOTC Tryouts Grid as of Sunday, August 11th [Re: CageSage] #38570
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With some tryouts on the same days, is it a big no no to miss the 1st tryout ?

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