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That’s probably one of the easiest ooc schedules in the MIAA

Compared to who?

Boys Latin, Calvert Hall, McDonogh and others are playing a way more difficult OOC schedule.

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Do any parents with experience have any insight on the Maryland All-Star Tryouts. Quite expensive for 1.5 hour try-out. Do the evaluators/coaches favor certain clubs?

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Severn with a big swing in their OOC games.
Gonna be battle tested for league play:

02/24 Bullis (0-0) DC IAC
02/28 DeMatha (0-0) DC WCAC
03/05 @ St Albans (0-0) DC IAC
03/09 St Anne's-Belfield (0-0) VA 1 VIP
03/12 @ Landon (0-0) DC IAC
03/15 Saint Andrew's (0-0) FL 1A R4 D13
03/23 Western Reserve Academy (0-0) OH Indep
03/26 @ Highland Park (0-0) North Class A East
03/28 @ Episcopal Dallas (0-0) North Class A Wes

Nice OOC schedule, still will be under 500 in MIAA . Dont have the players or debt to compete in MIAA A .

Why is that? There's tons of talent in their local market to recruit. Where is all that talent going?

Of the three privates in that local area, Severn is significantly more expensive, and academically more challenging to get into. Both make it hard to add talent, and then add to the fact, the local public school is considered one of the top public schools in both academics and boys lacrosse. Its a bit of an uphill battle.
Why are we talking about Severn. Their best chance to make some noise was last year and fell on there face thanks to the new coaching staff. Probably the worst group of coaches Coach C has put together! They will only go down from here once MIAA play comes around.

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Do any parents with experience have any insight on the Maryland All-Star Tryouts. Quite expensive for 1.5 hour try-out. Do the evaluators/coaches favor certain clubs?

I have no experience with the event, however, upon cursory review of the web site (assume it is this: https://laxnationals.net/) the tournament is owned by the guy who runs Crabs lacrosse. Buyer beware. His Crabfeast tournament is quite expensive for what it is. It attracts some good teams, but the venues are poor - unless you like paying top dollar to play on dirt (here's looking at you, Gaucher College), and there are better ways to get your kid seen by college coaches.

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I know that these are all great players on the list. Did you purposely choose FCA players or is that a coincidence? FCA, or rather, BK and The FCA director have good connections with these colleges. Many of BK's family played at atleast 50% list so that makes it easier. It will be interesting to see what will happen with FCA now that the Director has stepped down?

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I know that these are all great players on the list. Did you purposely choose FCA players or is that a coincidence? FCA, or rather, BK and The FCA director have good connections with these colleges. Many of BK's family played at atleast 50% list so that makes it easier. It will be interesting to see what will happen with FCA now that the Director has stepped down?

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Severn with a big swing in their OOC games.
Gonna be battle tested for league play:

02/24 Bullis (0-0) DC IAC
02/28 DeMatha (0-0) DC WCAC
03/05 @ St Albans (0-0) DC IAC
03/09 St Anne's-Belfield (0-0) VA 1 VIP
03/12 @ Landon (0-0) DC IAC
03/15 Saint Andrew's (0-0) FL 1A R4 D13
03/23 Western Reserve Academy (0-0) OH Indep
03/26 @ Highland Park (0-0) North Class A East
03/28 @ Episcopal Dallas (0-0) North Class A Wes

Nice OOC schedule, still will be under 500 in MIAA . Dont have the players or debt to compete in MIAA A .

Why is that? There's tons of talent in their local market to recruit. Where is all that talent going?

Of the three privates in that local area, Severn is significantly more expensive, and academically more challenging to get into. Both make it hard to add talent, and then add to the fact, the local public school is considered one of the top public schools in both academics and boys lacrosse. Its a bit of an uphill battle.
Why are we talking about Severn. Their best chance to make some noise was last year and fell on there face thanks to the new coaching staff. Probably the worst group of coaches Coach C has put together! They will only go down from here once MIAA play comes around.
WOW!!!

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Severn with a big swing in their OOC games.
Gonna be battle tested for league play:

02/24 Bullis (0-0) DC IAC
02/28 DeMatha (0-0) DC WCAC
03/05 @ St Albans (0-0) DC IAC
03/09 St Anne's-Belfield (0-0) VA 1 VIP
03/12 @ Landon (0-0) DC IAC
03/15 Saint Andrew's (0-0) FL 1A R4 D13
03/23 Western Reserve Academy (0-0) OH Indep
03/26 @ Highland Park (0-0) North Class A East
03/28 @ Episcopal Dallas (0-0) North Class A Wes

Nice OOC schedule, still will be under 500 in MIAA . Dont have the players or debt to compete in MIAA A .

Why is that? There's tons of talent in their local market to recruit. Where is all that talent going?

Of the three privates in that local area, Severn is significantly more expensive, and academically more challenging to get into. Both make it hard to add talent, and then add to the fact, the local public school is considered one of the top public schools in both academics and boys lacrosse. Its a bit of an uphill battle.
Why are we talking about Severn. Their best chance to make some noise was last year and fell on there face thanks to the new coaching staff. Probably the worst group of coaches Coach C has put together! They will only go down from here once MIAA play comes around.
WOW!!!

Last year was a missed opportunity for sure. Your reasoning, however, is off. Severn typically has limited depth and their FO was injured for a majority of the season. That was the difference. They will be better this year than many expect. I'm alsoo hearing that they added a few excellent 27s.

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Until other schools release their schedules, who do you want to discuss?

MSJ and Gilman are the only others to publish...

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Until other schools release their schedules, who do you want to discuss?

MSJ and Gilman are the only others to publish...

MSJ shouldnt be discussed unless it is about their one win this upcoming year, and the trainwreck called Gilman is worthy of being called the team that giving us an us many discussions on how to run a school and a program into the ground.

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Easy peasy.
Most liberal (11) to most conservative (1)

11. Gilman
10. McDonough
9. St Paul's
8. Severn
7. Loyola
6. Boys Latin
5. John Carroll
4. St Mary's
3. Calvert Hall
2. MSJ
1. Spalding




100% accurate by poster. Catholics are always going to be most conservative. For the non catholic schools BL is by far the most conservative. Only send your son to Gilman or MCD if he is interested in transitioning or becoming a lifelong social justice warrior.


At one end: A belief system based on stone age folklore oriented toward the control of free thought and expression. Especially attractive to those who are outwardly focused, lack introspection, and take pleasure in telling others how to live their lives while failing to apply said rules to their own behavior. See also: theocracies, cults, messianic faiths, racism, and misogyny.

At the other: A belief system based on facts, modern science, and accumulated knowledge that encourages people to pursue happiness so long as said pursuit doesn't interfere with the lives of others. See also: critical thinking, reason, emotional maturity, fully developed pre-frontal cortex.
Utterly clueless. The Catholic/Jesuit schools that still lean conservative teach kids how to excel in life. These liberal bastions of absurdity teach like their liberal politicians they follow— huge government to make decisions for you, they’ll support you financially, and they’ll flatten the playing field for the weak.

That’s why Gilman deserves to remain at the bottom of the MIAA. Kids who are soft, can’t compete. Different set of goals and aspirations— not that they’re wrong, they’re just not going to win the race against those who learn to battle adversity. Gilman kids can be social workers, the other end will be the CEO’s. Again, one not better or worse than the other, just a different set of ideals with very different outcomes.

St Paul's found surveying its 5th graders about their sexual orientation. Nice. Giving Gilman a run for most lib school in conference. This really is the most competitive conference in the nation.

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Until other schools release their schedules, who do you want to discuss?

MSJ and Gilman are the only others to publish...
MSJ schedule is on their website as of last week.

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St Paul's found surveying its 5th graders about their sexual orientation. Nice. Giving Gilman a run for most lib school in conference. This really is the most competitive conference in the nation.
I don’t believe this unless there is proof.

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St Paul's found surveying its 5th graders about their sexual orientation. Nice. Giving Gilman a run for most lib school in conference. This really is the most competitive conference in the nation.
I don’t believe this unless there is proof.

Story:
https://foxbaltimore.com/amp/news/l...t-race-education-crisis-in-the-classroom

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St Paul's found surveying its 5th graders about their sexual orientation. Nice. Giving Gilman a run for most lib school in conference. This really is the most competitive conference in the nation.
I don’t believe this unless there is proof.

Typical response from a person that supports that behavior and has voted for like minded people for years. ,

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St Paul's found surveying its 5th graders about their sexual orientation. Nice. Giving Gilman a run for most lib school in conference. This really is the most competitive conference in the nation.
I don’t believe this unless there is proof.

Typical response from a person that supports that behavior and has voted for like minded people for years. ,
Actually I am quite the opp. Just tired of the amount of BS online these days and never knowing what is true or false. Go have a V8 and lighten up.

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Total Hogwash. If the player is off the charts, coach will just about put up with anything . He is talking to the fringe and average players and he knows it.

You are correct. See USC basketball. See UVA lacrosse.
Correct. Look no further than UVA's roster and two number nines to see what even the most elite programs will put up with from parents and players.
https://virginiasports.com/sports/mlax/roster/

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When do schools have tryouts?

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Later this month.

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St Paul's found surveying its 5th graders about their sexual orientation. Nice. Giving Gilman a run for most lib school in conference. This really is the most competitive conference in the nation.
I don’t believe this unless there is proof.

Typical response from a person that supports that behavior and has voted for like minded people for years. ,
Actually I am quite the opp. Just tired of the amount of BS online these days and never knowing what is true or false. Go have a V8 and lighten up.

Of course you are, and a big time T,,,p man too ! LOL.

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Have try-outs been finalized? Any freshman making Varsity rosters?

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Have try-outs been finalized? Any freshman making Varsity rosters?

I think most private schools have tryouts starting Feb 19 and public are Mar 1. I'm sure someone will correct me if I'm wrong.

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Any advice on the various showcases, such as Apex, MD Lacrosse Showcase, All America Tournament?
Are these worth doing for an incoming 9th grader? Cost vs amount of exposure?

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Any advice on the various showcases, such as Apex, MD Lacrosse Showcase, All America Tournament?
Are these worth doing for an incoming 9th grader? Cost vs amount of exposure?

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Spalding has picked up a few more good players, Heard they might be in the mix of top teams this year.

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Freshman or transfers?

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I know that these are all great players on the list. Did you purposely choose FCA players or is that a coincidence? FCA, or rather, BK and The FCA director have good connections with these colleges. Many of BK's family played at atleast 50% list so that makes it easier. It will be interesting to see what will happen with FCA now that the Director has stepped down?

FCA Director stepped down?

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Spalding has picked up a few more good players, Heard they might be in the mix of top teams this year.

No way… 3-7 AT very best

MSJ, JC and Gilman are only chances for AS to win

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Spalding has picked up a few more good players, Heard they might be in the mix of top teams this year.

No way… 3-7 AT very best

MSJ, JC and Gilman are only chances for AS to win

Spalding is not very good. They will be in the bottom of the pack.

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Severn with a big swing in their OOC games.
Gonna be battle tested for league play:

02/24 Bullis (0-0) DC IAC
02/28 DeMatha (0-0) DC WCAC
03/05 @ St Albans (0-0) DC IAC
03/09 St Anne's-Belfield (0-0) VA 1 VIP
03/12 @ Landon (0-0) DC IAC
03/15 Saint Andrew's (0-0) FL 1A R4 D13
03/23 Western Reserve Academy (0-0) OH Indep
03/26 @ Highland Park (0-0) North Class A East
03/28 @ Episcopal Dallas (0-0) North Class A Wes

Nice OOC schedule, still will be under 500 in MIAA . Dont have the players or debt to compete in MIAA A .

Why is that? There's tons of talent in their local market to recruit. Where is all that talent going?

Of the three privates in that local area, Severn is significantly more expensive, and academically more challenging to get into. Both make it hard to add talent, and then add to the fact, the local public school is considered one of the top public schools in both academics and boys lacrosse. Its a bit of an uphill battle.

Most fact based comment on BOTC since March 2020.

Beyond this, a decent # of AACO lax kids decide to attend DeMatha and other schools inside DMV/495. Some AACOs (a handful, total) bus up to the Baltimore schools as well. Particularly McDonogh, Curley (MIAA-B) and Loyola. For whatever reasons.

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That's Hilarious. You must not be following the teams in the division. There is no way Spalding loses to St Marys this year, and the only way they lose to Severn is if they never touch the ball on offense. Which will not happen. Not saying they will win it, but they will be very competitive and have a good chance to make the playoffs. You animonsity to clouding your judgement!

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I know that these are all great players on the list. Did you purposely choose FCA players or is that a coincidence? FCA, or rather, BK and The FCA director have good connections with these colleges. Many of BK's family played at atleast 50% list so that makes it easier. It will be interesting to see what will happen with FCA now that the Director has stepped down?

Wasn't aware of this. When did he step down? What Calvert Hall alumni does FCA bring in?

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That’s probably one of the easiest ooc schedules in the MIAA

Thank you for telling me you know nothing about lacrosse with one comment.

You saved us all some time.

We ask that you do 2 minutes of research before posting your smug comment.

Severn’s schedule is probably last or close to last in level of difficulty. Who is the best team on their OOC? Western Reserve? Landon?

McD, BL, Hall, Gilman and Loyola all have at least 2 teams significant tougher, most have 3 or 4. Nobody has an easier schedule. If you want to argue that JC does… go ahead.

They all play some combo of Malvern Prep, Hill, Lawrenceville, Haverford, St. John’s, St. Anthony’s, and Chaminade.

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uote=Anonymous]That's Hilarious. You must not be following the teams in the division. There is no way Spalding loses to St Marys this year, and the only way they lose to Severn is if they never touch the ball on offense. Which will not happen. Not saying they will win it, but they will be very competitive and have a good chance to make the playoffs. You animonsity to clouding your judgement![/quote]

Isn’t that what you said last year?

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Total Hogwash. If the player is off the charts, coach will just about put up with anything . He is talking to the fringe and average players and he knows it.

You are correct. See USC basketball. See UVA lacrosse.
Correct. Look no further than UVA's roster and two number nines to see what even the most elite programs will put up with from parents and players.
https://virginiasports.com/sports/mlax/roster/

That didnt age well this weekend, I bet one of the 9's is a different number by next week. Lacrosse again reminds me , it is the sport where the extremely well trained 5-10 white guy can excel at the highest level.

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Total Hogwash. If the player is off the charts, coach will just about put up with anything . He is talking to the fringe and average players and he knows it.

You are correct. See USC basketball. See UVA lacrosse.
Correct. Look no further than UVA's roster and two number nines to see what even the most elite programs will put up with from parents and players.
https://virginiasports.com/sports/mlax/roster/

That didnt age well this weekend, I bet one of the 9's is a different number by next week. Lacrosse again reminds me , it is the sport where the extremely well trained 5-10 white guy can excel at the highest level.

Just have your son transition, I’m sure you believe he can turn into whatever he wants. Maybe he can transition into Labron.

If you don’t like who plays the sport, watch a different one who has the correct race for your taste.

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Total Hogwash. If the player is off the charts, coach will just about put up with anything . He is talking to the fringe and average players and he knows it.

You are correct. See USC basketball. See UVA lacrosse.
Correct. Look no further than UVA's roster and two number nines to see what even the most elite programs will put up with from parents and players.
https://virginiasports.com/sports/mlax/roster/

That didnt age well this weekend, I bet one of the 9's is a different number by next week. Lacrosse again reminds me , it is the sport where the extremely well trained 5-10 white guy can excel at the highest level.

Rumor has it that new #9 paid $10k for the number. Didn’t see old #9 in the box score, so not sure if he is changing his number.

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Total Hogwash. If the player is off the charts, coach will just about put up with anything . He is talking to the fringe and average players and he knows it.

You are correct. See USC basketball. See UVA lacrosse.
Correct. Look no further than UVA's roster and two number nines to see what even the most elite programs will put up with from parents and players.
https://virginiasports.com/sports/mlax/roster/

That didnt age well this weekend, I bet one of the 9's is a different number by next week. Lacrosse again reminds me , it is the sport where the extremely well trained 5-10 white guy can excel at the highest level.

Just have your son transition, I’m sure you believe he can turn into whatever he wants. Maybe he can transition into Labron.

If you don’t like who plays the sport, watch a different one who has the correct race for your taste.

Naaa, ,, no BB, Football ,Baseball, to athletic for my son, gotta go with lacrosse where he can shine.

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That didnt age well this weekend, I bet one of the 9's is a different number by next week. Lacrosse again reminds me , it is the sport where the extremely well trained 5-10 white guy can excel at the highest level.

Just have your son transition, I’m sure you believe he can turn into whatever he wants. Maybe he can transition into Labron.

If you don’t like who plays the sport, watch a different one who has the correct race for your taste.

Naaa, ,, no BB, Football ,Baseball, to athletic for my son, gotta go with lacrosse where he can shine.

"Baseball, to athletic" - still wondering when that MIAA scholarship call is going to come

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Yes fca director is moving on.

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