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Break out those golf umbrellas and zip up those quarter zips because the weather looks terrible for Friday. This will be a game of Duck Boots vs XTRATUF[/quote]

Is that you Lumberboy?

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Break out those golf umbrellas and zip up those quarter zips because the weather looks terrible for Friday. This will be a game of Duck Boots vs XTRATUF

Is that you Lumberboy?[/quote]

Lumberboy, former coach, some of the other specials have moved over into the high school forum.

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Break out those golf umbrellas and zip up those quarter zips because the weather looks terrible for Friday. This will be a game of Duck Boots vs XTRATUF

Is that you Lumberboy?

Lumberboy, former coach, some of the other specials have moved over into the high school forum.[/quote]


Bummer. This forum used to be so much fun!

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crabs 26 will dominate the summer. all the boys are getting varsity experience

Thanks Sandy!
Fact check. Not all.

Wrong - not all. Some on JV

This brings up an interesting point? Which is better; varsity spending the majority of the time on the sidelines or JV where these kids will get plenty of playing time? Let’s be honest very few freshman will be seeing the field much unless your Spalding where they lost so many seniors last year.

Think it depends entirely on the kid.
-Some kids will respond well to the intensity at practice and up their game to prove themselves and also play against much better players than they are. Playing time isn’t the measuring stick of growth for these types
-Other kids need the confidence of making it onto the field for games more and grow their abilities, leadership, and teamwork
Each kid is different and hopefully they can communicate with the parents to help them make the best decision for them
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crabs 26 will dominate the summer. all the boys are getting varsity experience

Thanks Sandy!
Fact check. Not all.

Wrong - not all. Some on JV

This brings up an interesting point? Which is better; varsity spending the majority of the time on the sidelines or JV where these kids will get plenty of playing time? Let’s be honest very few freshman will be seeing the field much unless your Spalding where they lost so many seniors last year.

Think it depends entirely on the kid.
-Some kids will respond well to the intensity at practice and up their game to prove themselves and also play against much better players than they are. Playing time isn’t the measuring stick of growth for these types
-Other kids need the confidence of making it onto the field for games more and grow their abilities, leadership, and teamwork
Each kid is different and hopefully they can communicate with the parents to help them make the best decision for them
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crabs 26 will dominate the summer. all the boys are getting varsity experience

Thanks Sandy!
Fact check. Not all.

Wrong - not all. Some on JV

This brings up an interesting point? Which is better; varsity spending the majority of the time on the sidelines or JV where these kids will get plenty of playing time? Let’s be honest very few freshman will be seeing the field much unless your Spalding where they lost so many seniors last year.

Think it depends entirely on the kid.
-Some kids will respond well to the intensity at practice and up their game to prove themselves and also play against much better players than they are. Playing time isn’t the measuring stick of growth for these types
-Other kids need the confidence of making it onto the field for games more and grow their abilities, leadership, and teamwork
Each kid is different and hopefully they can communicate with the parents to help them make the best decision for them
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crabs 26 will dominate the summer. all the boys are getting varsity experience

Thanks Sandy!
Fact check. Not all.

Wrong - not all. Some on JV

This brings up an interesting point? Which is better; varsity spending the majority of the time on the sidelines or JV where these kids will get plenty of playing time? Let’s be honest very few freshman will be seeing the field much unless your Spalding where they lost so many seniors last year.

Think it depends entirely on the kid.
-Some kids will respond well to the intensity at practice and up their game to prove themselves and also play against much better players than they are. Playing time isn’t the measuring stick of growth for these types
-Other kids need the confidence of making it onto the field for games more and grow their abilities, leadership, and teamwork
Each kid is different and hopefully they can communicate with the parents to help them make the best decision for them


Actually, it depends on the coach. You can have JV coaches that have no clue what they are doing. They yell at ninth grade kids, and think that that is going to make them better. Anyone with a clue knows that ninth grade is a transitional year and a very high percentage of children leave sports because of their experience in ninth grade. If you have a JV coach that doesn’t understand the psychology of ninth grade boys then they will be leaving this sport despite the experience. Even those that are have high quality, athletic ability and high game IQ, kids are not willing to put up with a JV coaches that know nothing about the game. In fact, there are many JV athletes that know more than the JV coach because no one thinks that it is important to put in the effort to that age level. Practicing with varsity would be more worthwhile than playing every minute of JV when the coach is clueless. My kid would sit the bench on varsity than practice with JV- the coaching is that non-existent.

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Does anyone on here know what's going on with the Boys High School thread? Guessing anyone interested in 2026 club also follow that thread. On page 270 it reads "Database error only visible to forum administrators" and there haven't been any new posts for weeks? Did the administrators abandon the thread?

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Does anyone on here know what's going on with the Boys High School thread? Guessing anyone interested in 2026 club also follow that thread. On page 270 it reads "Database error only visible to forum administrators" and there haven't been any new posts for weeks? Did the administrators abandon the thread?

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Does anyone on here know what's going on with the Boys High School thread? Guessing anyone interested in 2026 club also follow that thread. On page 270 it reads "Database error only visible to forum administrators" and there haven't been any new posts for weeks? Did the administrators abandon the thread?

I am thinking they did. Posts have been made there and on other active threads to alert them to tbe issue but for weeks they’ve done nothing.

More important chatter about 2nd grade and the perpetual tiresome holdback conversations I suppose.

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The work around is to go to the beginning of the thread and select the next to last page.

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"Actually, it depends on the coach. You can have JV coaches that have no clue what they are doing. They yell at ninth grade kids, and think that that is going to make them better. Anyone with a clue knows that ninth grade is a transitional year and a very high percentage of children leave sports because of their experience in ninth grade. If you have a JV coach that doesn’t understand the psychology of ninth grade boys then they will be leaving this sport despite the experience. Even those that are have high quality, athletic ability and high game IQ, kids are not willing to put up with a JV coaches that know nothing about the game. In fact, there are many JV athletes that know more than the JV coach because no one thinks that it is important to put in the effort to that age level. Practicing with varsity would be more worthwhile than playing every minute of JV when the coach is clueless. My kid would sit the bench on varsity than practice with JV- the coaching is that non-existent."

You said it! There are far too many JV coaches who do not know the game, or who played long ago and don't understand how the game is being played these days. Kids don't have much use for coaches who know less about the game than they do.

Worse than that, many coaches I have seen and heard do not know how to work with this age group. They call out players by name and yell at them in front of their peers and spectators. You can see their body language change with every negative comment. I see parents do the same, screaming at their son or daughter from the stands.

Some posters will no doubt say this is some sort of "tough love" and that the kids should just "get over it". Those who study adolescent brain and emotional development understand this is not only ineffective, but harmful. Why do kids quit playing? It isn't because the learning curve is tough, or because they have to work hard earn a roster spot. It is often because of bad coaches and bullying parents. Bottom line: at this age, they will quit when it stops being fun.

https://devzone.positivecoach.org/r...ment-experts-advice-kids-quitting-sports

Middle School and JV athletic programs are supposed to develop young athletes, yet sadly, most schools treat these programs as afterthoughts. They often play on inferior fields, use second-hand equipment, get the crappy practice times, and schools even shortchange the kids with meager athletic trainer and medical support. Despite these shortcomings, a good coach will find ways to make it fun for the young athletes, and they will keep coming back for more because it becomes easier to overlook the detractors in favor of having fun and playing with their friends.

The biggest issue, IMO above all the other issues, is what the PP suggested: poor coaching. A good coach can help kids to learn the game and love the work, helping them to develop self-discipline and the self-efficacy that comes with working to achieve a goal. A bad coach can lead a talented kid to quit out of anger and frustration.

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"Actually, it depends on the coach. You can have JV coaches that have no clue what they are doing. They yell at ninth grade kids, and think that that is going to make them better. Anyone with a clue knows that ninth grade is a transitional year and a very high percentage of children leave sports because of their experience in ninth grade. If you have a JV coach that doesn’t understand the psychology of ninth grade boys then they will be leaving this sport despite the experience. Even those that are have high quality, athletic ability and high game IQ, kids are not willing to put up with a JV coaches that know nothing about the game. In fact, there are many JV athletes that know more than the JV coach because no one thinks that it is important to put in the effort to that age level. Practicing with varsity would be more worthwhile than playing every minute of JV when the coach is clueless. My kid would sit the bench on varsity than practice with JV- the coaching is that non-existent."

You said it! There are far too many JV coaches who do not know the game, or who played long ago and don't understand how the game is being played these days. Kids don't have much use for coaches who know less about the game than they do.

Worse than that, many coaches I have seen and heard do not know how to work with this age group. They call out players by name and yell at them in front of their peers and spectators. You can see their body language change with every negative comment. I see parents do the same, screaming at their son or daughter from the stands.

Some posters will no doubt say this is some sort of "tough love" and that the kids should just "get over it". Those who study adolescent brain and emotional development understand this is not only ineffective, but harmful. Why do kids quit playing? It isn't because the learning curve is tough, or because they have to work hard earn a roster spot. It is often because of bad coaches and bullying parents. Bottom line: at this age, they will quit when it stops being fun.

https://devzone.positivecoach.org/r...ment-experts-advice-kids-quitting-sports

Middle School and JV athletic programs are supposed to develop young athletes, yet sadly, most schools treat these programs as afterthoughts. They often play on inferior fields, use second-hand equipment, get the crappy practice times, and schools even shortchange the kids with meager athletic trainer and medical support. Despite these shortcomings, a good coach will find ways to make it fun for the young athletes, and they will keep coming back for more because it becomes easier to overlook the detractors in favor of having fun and playing with their friends.

The biggest issue, IMO above all the other issues, is what the PP suggested: poor coaching. A good coach can help kids to learn the game and love the work, helping them to develop self-discipline and the self-efficacy that comes with working to achieve a goal. A bad coach can lead a talented kid to quit out of anger and frustration.
Nailed it on the head.

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Why are so many freshman lacrosse players leaving Gilman? Is the coach that bad?

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Why are so many freshman lacrosse players leaving Gilman? Is the coach that bad?
Quit stirring the pot, no one is leaving.

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Why are so many freshman lacrosse players leaving Gilman? Is the coach that bad?
Quit stirring the pot, no one is leaving.

Even if some are leaving, kids change schools all the time

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Why are so many freshman lacrosse players leaving Gilman? Is the coach that bad?
Quit stirring the pot, no one is leaving.
Only the poor kid with the father that does what he does.

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Why are so many freshman lacrosse players leaving Gilman? Is the coach that bad?
Quit stirring the pot, no one is leaving.
Only the poor kid with the father that does what he does.
WOW. All time low on BOTC. You are a 💩head whoever you are.

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Why are so many freshman lacrosse players leaving Gilman? Is the coach that bad?
Quit stirring the pot, no one is leaving.
Only the poor kid with the father that does what he does.
WOW. All time low on BOTC. You are a 💩head whoever you are.
Wow, that is not even close to an all time low on BOTC.

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Fact is kids are leaving Gilman lacrosse. Why? Bad coach? Too woke ? Entire athletic program filled with losing teams? Schools desire to drop to B conference?

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Fact is kids are leaving Gilman lacrosse. Why? Bad coach? Too woke ? Entire athletic program filled with losing teams? Schools desire to drop to B conference?

When they charge so much and can't protect their kids predators (who were breaking rules in plain sight). Worth the money?

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Good thing no other schools have had sexual predators...definitely not the catholic schools or McDonogh

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Fact is kids are leaving Gilman lacrosse. Why? Bad coach? Too woke ? Entire athletic program filled with losing teams? Schools desire to drop to B conference?

When they charge so much and can't protect their kids predators (who were breaking rules in plain sight). Worth the money?
I dont think more than 1 or 2 kids are leaving, and some others are coming in.

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Why are so many freshman lacrosse players leaving Gilman? Is the coach that bad?
Quit stirring the pot, no one is leaving.
Only the poor kid with the father that does what he does.

91 coach is coaching both Nike and All America teams; he’s guaranteed to make both but no way should be. He barely saw the field or was effective on Gilman JV.

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Good thing no other schools have had sexual predators...definitely not the catholic schools or McDonogh

Mom from McDonough screwed half school

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Good thing no other schools have had sexual predators...definitely not the catholic schools or McDonogh

Mom from McDonough screwed half school
Those poor boys

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Good thing no other schools have had sexual predators...definitely not the catholic schools or McDonogh

Mom from McDonough screwed half school

What’s her name and number…asking for a friend.

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Good thing no other schools have had sexual predators...definitely not the catholic schools or McDonogh

Mom from McDonough screwed half school

That's not what happened. The news reports are all still there, and if your prurient interests run in that direction, you can read all about it.

What happened to children at McD, Gilman, and many Catholic schools is terrible, and making jokes about it is sick. Be better.

Editors - have you all just given up on trying to keep this site from sliding into the gutter?

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What happened to children at McD, Gilman, and many Catholic schools is terrible, and making jokes about it is sick. Be better.

What happened to the kid at MCD was great!!! Wish it was me when i was in HS!!! (Trigger warning for the wokesters)

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Good thing no other schools have had sexual predators...definitely not the catholic schools or McDonogh

Mom from McDonough screwed half school

That's not what happened. The news reports are all still there, and if your prurient interests run in that direction, you can read all about it.

What happened to children at McD, Gilman, and many Catholic schools is terrible, and making jokes about it is sick. Be better.

Editors - have you all just given up on trying to keep this site from sliding into the gutter?

Easy there snowflake. Your pronouns are showing.

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Good thing no other schools have had sexual predators...definitely not the catholic schools or McDonogh

Mom from McDonough screwed half school

That's not what happened. The news reports are all still there, and if your prurient interests run in that direction, you can read all about it.

What happened to children at McD, Gilman, and many Catholic schools is terrible, and making jokes about it is sick. Be better.

Editors - have you all just given up on trying to keep this site from sliding into the gutter?

Easy there snowflake. Your pronouns are showing.

As is your IQ.

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Hello? it's club season, no one has anything to say? Is this forum broken?

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Hello? it's club season, no one has anything to say? Is this forum broken?
Hi! How's it going? Whaddya wanna talk about? The holdbacks on Crabs? The daddy ball everywhere? Guest players on Madly and 91? Moms?

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Hello? it's club season, no one has anything to say? Is this forum broken?

Are you looking to talk about something specific?

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Tournaments? Results? Teams? Who's looking good? Improved? Took a few steps back?

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Crabs road to victory in Platinum Cup
rather easy pool match ups
didn't blow out closer ranked teams
not much of a "win"

Pool play
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17-2 Mad Dog Shore 2026 Black (ranked 73)
15-0 True FL 2026 Black (ranked 144)
9-7 Madlax Capital 2026 (ranked 28)

bracket play
11-1 Team BC 2026 (ranked 100)
5-4 Laxachusetts Black 2026 (ranked 3)

16 more games to play after the championship game - poor scheduling

Why not have two divisions? Make it more competitive in division play?

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Yeah. Not a good weekend for crabs. Beat the number 3 and 5th ranked teams in the country.

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Yeah. Not a good weekend for crabs. Beat the number 3 and 5th ranked teams in the country.
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Crabs road to victory in Platinum Cup
rather easy pool match ups
didn't blow out closer ranked teams
not much of a "win"

Pool play
Beat
17-2 Mad Dog Shore 2026 Black (ranked 73)
15-0 True FL 2026 Black (ranked 144)
9-7 Madlax Capital 2026 (ranked 28)

bracket play
11-1 Team BC 2026 (ranked 100)
5-4 Laxachusetts Black 2026 (ranked 3)

16 more games to play after the championship game - poor scheduling

Why not have two divisions? Make it more competitive in division play?

Yeah beating the #5 team in the country and then the #3 for the championship game is just awful. King Crab and the 2026 team should be embarrassed by this showing!!

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Crabs road to victory in Platinum Cup
rather easy pool match ups
didn't blow out closer ranked teams
not much of a "win"

Pool play
Beat
17-2 Mad Dog Shore 2026 Black (ranked 73)
15-0 True FL 2026 Black (ranked 144)
9-7 Madlax Capital 2026 (ranked 28)

bracket play
11-1 Team BC 2026 (ranked 100)
5-4 Laxachusetts Black 2026 (ranked 3)

16 more games to play after the championship game - poor scheduling

Why not have two divisions? Make it more competitive in division play?

Yeah beating the #5 team in the country and then the #3 for the championship game is just awful. King Crab and the 2026 team should be embarrassed by this showing!!

Actually, that should be reversed...beat no. 3 team (Laxachusetts) in the semis and then beat no. 5 team (91 LI) in final. That said, those rankings are based pretty much on Fall ball and are somewhat suspect although both of those teams are very good.

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91 MD 26 is the legit team in town!!!

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91 MD 26 is the legit team in town!!!
With all the 25s on the team I am sure they are better than they were. We will see this weekend.

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Any suggestions for a decent 2026 midfielder to tryout this fall... Current club team is going down hill fast

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