[quote=Anonymous]Bandits by far? Interesting when they have rising 5th graders play on the team! They should dominate other rising 4th graders. Especially when they use older siblings to ensure a win. Not impressed. Unfortunately this takes the credit due away from those kids who truly belong in that age group. False advertising to market team as best by far when they encourage parents of older kids to leave their kids back so the can play on the team. Sad.
Had an 11 year old from crush (you can prob guess who) playing this weekend on the team.
The kid is 11 and should actually be going into 6th grade but was held back, playing with rising 4th grade and against rising 5th grade, no excuses ....pathetic
So let me get this straight- kid is going into 5th gr and played in a rising 5th gr bracket, despite the fact he plays on an older team. Was this an age based tourney or grade based? I'm thinking he was clear to play if he was a rising 5 th in a rising 5th gr bracket despite all else. Do you think none of the other teams that day had kids held back a yr before they started
"other teams do it"makes it right? It would be like my young 6'1" 190 lb 8th grader playing against 6th grade kids . Its just wrong .