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Did they get it right?

Baltimore Sun’s All-Metro boys lacrosse teams for the 2022 season.
Player of the Year - Dom Pietramala, Boys’ Latin, senior, attackman
Coach of the Year - Andy Hilgartner, McDonogh

All-Metro first team
McCabe Millon, McDonogh, junior, attackman
Truitt Sunderland, Calvert Hall, senior, attackman
Joaquin Villagomez, Severna Park, senior, attackman
George Acton, St. Mary’s, senior, long-stick midfielder
Michael Weisshaar, Archbishop Spalding, senior, midfielder
Jordan Wray, Calvert Hall, senior, midfielder
Jonny Cool, McDonogh, senior, defenseman
Billy Dwan, Loyola Blakefield, senior, defenseman
Malachi Jones, McDonogh, senior, defenseman
Kyle Foster, Boys’ Latin, junior, defenseman
Brian Ruppel, Catonsville, senior, goalie

All-Metro second team
Nick Golini, St. Mary’s, junior, attackman
Will Hopkins, St. Mary’s, senior, attackman
Jacob Todd, Severn, junior, attackman
Reid Gills, Severn, sophomore, faceoff
Keagan Tracey, St. Paul’s, senior long-stick midfielder
Gavin Fleck, Mt. Hebron, senior, midfielder
Jacob Pacheco, Boys’ Latin, junior, midfielder
Kyle Pierce, Broadneck, senior, midfielder
JK Kelly, Calvert Hall, senior, defenseman
AJ Larkin, Loyola Blakefield, senior, defenseman
Bryce Stevenson, Severna Park, senior, defenseman
Cardin Stoller, Boys’ Latin, senior, goalie


I do not think they got it right on a few of these which happens And yes some make it on reputation but as is the case every year the last few can always be debated and the list is strong . Also think the Player of the year is very very debatable player just turns the ball over too much and couldn’t get team past the semi finals after a late game turnover leads to last second loss for his team just way too inconsistent and disappears in big spots . Think MCD player was probably more deserving

No Mark, He doesnt as the BL doesnt. But both BL wins this year and McD wins next year. Neither will see the field in college. Several D and Middies should win but wont and will see the field in D1 one day

Watched BL kid in an earlier season game after getting shutdown fake an injury complaining to everyone turned me off he then had a few nice games but then disappeared in playoffs again especially with season on the line . McD player was not good all year but caught fire late. Spalding mid was just ok. Honestly think this was difficult to hand out this year which is why winning team deserved more

I agree there wasn’t a complete standout that carried their team. Agree on assessment of BL player who was the winner watched in playoff game when D pressed out and made him have to work for the ball he almost looked like he quit and disappeared then the back breaking turnover Would of went with winning team player this is two years in a row losing team player won. At least last year was in finals. This year the winner lost in semi As far as other MIAA selections the last few will always be debated the CHC player was very deserving

Down year for MIAA or the rest of the country is catching up and passing the 5-9 stick skilled MD players. Coach of Year is someone who has done so little with so much the last 5 years. Whole league is rift with mediocracy at this time from coaches to players. That is not to say none will play D1, some will.

Down year for the MIAA why? Calvert Hall 5 stars underperformed. 4 teams ranked in the top 10 nationally. What more do you want from a league?

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Any forecasts for the NHSLS - Red Session - VAR/JV this weekend?

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Any forecasts for the NHSLS - Red Session - VAR/JV this weekend?

STM is the dark horse to win it all.

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Any forecasts for the NHSLS - Red Session - VAR/JV this weekend?

STM is the dark horse to win it all.
Zip it and hit the wall!

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[quote=Anonymous]Any forecasts for the NHSLS - Red Session - VAR/JV this weekend?

STM is the dark horse to win it all.


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How are the MIAA teams doing at NHSLS? Did
everyone bring their rising varsity squads?

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How are the MIAA teams doing at NHSLS? Did
everyone bring their rising varsity squads?

Other than Seton Hall Prep (who looked like a team of mainly Juniors) the JV tourney teams looked to be mostly comprised of rising freshmen.

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How are the MIAA teams doing at NHSLS? Did
everyone bring their rising varsity squads?
Most miaa schools sent their fresh teams

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Where did you get your facts or did you just assume. Seton Hall Prep had 3 freshman, 11 sophomores and the rest Juniors.

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New oc @navy. Coach goes from coaching one haley @GT to coaching one @navy ……..not good for Spalding

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Where did you get your facts or did you just assume. Seton Hall Prep had 3 freshman, 11 sophomores and the rest Juniors.
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Where did you get your facts or did you just assume. Seton Hall Prep had 3 freshman, 11 sophomores and the rest Juniors.

Our 13 year olds were taking to their 16 year olds who told our guys the team was mostly Juniors.

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It’s a pity offer from Tillman. It’s good for community moral. FYI most programs carry 6-8 goalies. So adding one more is no big deal.

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Where did you get your facts or did you just assume. Seton Hall Prep had 3 freshman, 11 sophomores and the rest Juniors.
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Where did you get your facts or did you just assume. Seton Hall Prep had 3 freshman, 11 sophomores and the rest Juniors.

Our 13 year olds were taking to their 16 year olds who told our guys the team was mostly Juniors.

So you’re telling me rising freshmen in MIAA are 13? Ha! Love it when Maryland folks complain about holdbacks.

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Where did you get your facts or did you just assume. Seton Hall Prep had 3 freshman, 11 sophomores and the rest Juniors.
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Where did you get your facts or did you just assume. Seton Hall Prep had 3 freshman, 11 sophomores and the rest Juniors.

Our 13 year olds were taking to their 16 year olds who told our guys the team was mostly Juniors.

So you’re telling me rising freshmen in MIAA are 13? Ha! Love it when Maryland folks complain about holdbacks.

I know many rising freshmen, all my son’s friends. All are between 13 and 15. Some are one year (prefirst) holdbacks.

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You could count on one hand the number of 13 year old in the MIAA entering 9th grade.

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New oc @navy. Coach goes from coaching one haley @GT to coaching one @navy ……..not good for Spalding

Not so fast. Check the last name of the new OC and the last name of the Spalding coach. Not good for St John, St Mary’s, and the current lefty who started as a freshman

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New oc @navy. Coach goes from coaching one haley @GT to coaching one @navy ……..not good for Spalding

Not so fast. Check the last name of the new OC and the last name of the Spalding coach. Not good for St John, St Mary’s, and the current lefty who started as a freshman

If that happens it won’t be good for Navy. They will continue to be near the bottom of the Patriot League.

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Gilman goes 1-4 . No hope in sight. Team is worse then last years. No coaching what so ever,

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It’s a pity offer from Tillman. It’s good for community moral. FYI most programs carry 6-8 goalies. So adding one more is no big deal.

8 goalies? No one carries 8 goalies.

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Check UVA

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It’s a pity offer from Tillman. It’s good for community moral. FYI most programs carry 6-8 goalies. So adding one more is no big deal.

8 goalies? No one carries 8 goalies.

Check Calvert Hall.

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It’s a pity offer from Tillman. It’s good for community moral. FYI most programs carry 6-8 goalies. So adding one more is no big deal.

He does this often. It’s part of ensuring he has representation among his roster. In this case a MD public kid. Token recruit.

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Gilman goes 1-4 . No hope in sight. Team is worse then last years. No coaching what so ever,

I see Loyola went 0-5 at the NHSLS Red Session. Did they bring their rising JV team? If not, it looks like both Programs are in a perpetual re-building mode.

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Gilman goes 1-4 . No hope in sight. Team is worse then last years. No coaching what so ever,

Gilman brought an all rising freshman team to the red jv session. The teams they played brought true jv teams.

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Check UVA

I see 3. Pretty normal. 3-4 on most college rosters.

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Gilman goes 1-4 . No hope in sight. Team is worse then last years. No coaching what so ever,

Gilman brought an all rising freshman team to the red jv session. The teams they played brought true jv teams.

They also brought a Varsity roster, didn't they? Woloson and Webster played in the nhsls.

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Gilman goes 1-4 . No hope in sight. Team is worse then last years. No coaching what so ever,

I see Loyola went 0-5 at the NHSLS Red Session. Did they bring their rising JV team? If not, it looks like both Programs are in a perpetual re-building mode.

For Loyola rising freshman played in JV session. The JV players from this past spring played Red varsity session., Varsity returners play this week

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Gilman goes 1-4 . No hope in sight. Team is worse then last years. No coaching what so ever,

I see Loyola went 0-5 at the NHSLS Red Session. Did they bring their rising JV team? If not, it looks like both Programs are in a perpetual re-building mode.

They brought rising Freshmen, and didn't have the JV coaches with them due to a schedule conflict. I know quite a few of these boys and they are both good players and good kids. They will be fine if the program can find some competent adults who can coach them. FWIW - I am not a Loyola dad.

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The problem isn’t the JV coaching at Loyola.

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Where did you get your facts or did you just assume. Seton Hall Prep had 3 freshman, 11 sophomores and the rest Juniors.

Our 13 year olds were taking to their 16 year olds who told our guys the team was mostly Juniors.[/quote]


As I stated, 3 rising freshman, 11 sophomores and the rest were juniors. Son is on that team.

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Where did you get your facts or did you just assume. Seton Hall Prep had 3 freshman, 11 sophomores and the rest Juniors.

Our 13 year olds were taking to their 16 year olds who told our guys the team was mostly Juniors.


As I stated, 3 rising freshman, 11 sophomores and the rest were juniors. Son is on that team.[/quote]

Why were juniors(Perhaps some really senior age) on a JV roster?? Why??

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Where did you get your facts or did you just assume. Seton Hall Prep had 3 freshman, 11 sophomores and the rest Juniors.

Our 13 year olds were taking to their 16 year olds who told our guys the team was mostly Juniors.


As I stated, 3 rising freshman, 11 sophomores and the rest were juniors. Son is on that team.

Why were juniors(Perhaps some really senior age) on a JV roster?? Why??[/quote]

Seton Hall has a Freshman team, JV Team, and Varsity team. At this tournament they had 3 rising freshman, 11 rising sophomores and yes, the rest were rising juniors. (last time I checked, juniors can be on a JV team) There are NO RECLASS PLAYERS on this team.

The white session NHSLS Varsity team has 4 rising sophomores attending along with rising juniors and rising seniors. No RECLASS PLAYERS.

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Where did you get your facts or did you just assume. Seton Hall Prep had 3 freshman, 11 sophomores and the rest Juniors.

Our 13 year olds were taking to their 16 year olds who told our guys the team was mostly Juniors.


As I stated, 3 rising freshman, 11 sophomores and the rest were juniors. Son is on that team.

Why were juniors(Perhaps some really senior age) on a JV roster?? Why??[/quote]

My son attends Calvert Hall and we were allowed to have juniors play on our JV as long as they didn’t play in a varsity game.

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Where did you get your facts or did you just assume. Seton Hall Prep had 3 freshman, 11 sophomores and the rest Juniors.

Our 13 year olds were taking to their 16 year olds who told our guys the team was mostly Juniors.


As I stated, 3 rising freshman, 11 sophomores and the rest were juniors. Son is on that team.

Why were juniors(Perhaps some really senior age) on a JV roster?? Why??

My son attends Calvert Hall and we were allowed to have juniors play on our JV as long as they didn’t play in a varsity game.[/quote]

And line of behavior that is why CHC wins the JV title. Why aren't the juniors on Varsity. Play them or cut em.. This is not helping them at all. Thank goodness many around town usually look under the hood a little more
and figure these things out. Rising 8th graders after you consider your next school first for academics, please take a long hard look at the size of the JV & Varsity bench @ CHC, LB, BL & St. Pauls. If you are a solid player you still may not see the field. Go somewhere you can play.

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Heard on the Crabfeast broadcast that a 2023 UNC attack commit from Georgia is transferring to BL for his senior year. It's going to be hard to compete with the schools that board players.

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My son attends Calvert Hall and we were allowed to have juniors play on our JV as long as they didn’t play in a varsity game.

And line of behavior that is why CHC wins the JV title. Why aren't the juniors on Varsity. Play them or cut em.. This is not helping them at all. Thank goodness many around town usually look under the hood a little more
and figure these things out. Rising 8th graders after you consider your next school first for academics, please take a long hard look at the size of the JV & Varsity bench @ CHC, LB, BL & St. Pauls. If you are a solid player you still may not see the field. Go somewhere you can play.

Agree. Got o where you can play.

Lots of schools have JRs on JV in the MIAA, but it's a little more rampant at Calvert Hall, Boys Latin and Loyola because they simply have a lot more kids than the other schools.

It's why they are usually pretty good. But it's also the reason so many kids get buried on the bench and you get the drama in the stands.

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Heard on the Crabfeast broadcast that a 2023 UNC attack commit from Georgia is transferring to BL for his senior year. It's going to be hard to compete with the schools that board players.

Heard the same. Alumni wanting to send their kids there should think twice. Crabs is involved in this whole boarding mess as well. Local kids getting cut or moved to the end of the bench.

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Heard on the Crabfeast broadcast that a 2023 UNC attack commit from Georgia is transferring to BL for his senior year. It's going to be hard to compete with the schools that board players.

Heard the same. Alumni wanting to send their kids there should think twice. Crabs is involved in this whole boarding mess as well. Local kids getting cut or moved to the end of the bench.

It's not just BL. Calvert Hall loves to rent out-of-state kids for a year. It's easier than developing players.

Plenty of examples if you look at the roster. Including kids who will be too old to play in the league after their JR years.

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