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Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region

Posted By: TheBackOfTheCage

Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/06/19 12:46 AM

Use this thread to discuss lacrosse for Boys from the class of 2026 in/around the Mid-Atlantic region.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/06/19 01:18 PM

Who is still holding tryouts in the elite and AAA? My son was cut and now we are scrambling. I’ve heard some have cancelled remaining tryouts. Thanks
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/06/19 01:19 PM

The rich get richer and the strong get stronger


Smoke and mirrors going on at AYLC
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/06/19 01:22 PM

Is it commonplace now to play for 4 teams in 4 years
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/06/19 02:27 PM

Breakers and Koopers take anybody regardless of talent level. I would check there
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/06/19 02:31 PM

???
Originally Posted by Anonymous
The rich get richer and the strong get stronger


Smoke and mirrors going on at AYLC


???
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/06/19 02:38 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Who is still holding tryouts in the elite and AAA? My son was cut and now we are scrambling. I’ve heard some have cancelled remaining tryouts. Thanks

VLC tryouts are next week
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/06/19 02:59 PM

Hawks - 11th, 14th and 18th
Diamondbacks - 17th
Daddy Ball - 18th
BLC - 14th
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/06/19 03:03 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
The rich get richer and the strong get stronger


Smoke and mirrors going on at AYLC


What's going on with them?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/06/19 03:06 PM

How was the turnout at True Annapolis?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/06/19 03:46 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
The rich get richer and the strong get stronger


Smoke and mirrors going on at AYLC


What's going on with them?



Probably ask those that are leaving for True or trying out elsewhere
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/06/19 03:49 PM

Do any clubs offer financial help? I'd like to offer my sons services who has been held back twice now and hes 13 but a 2026
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/06/19 04:47 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Do any clubs offer financial help? I'd like to offer my sons services who has been held back twice now and hes 13 but a 2026


I would say Madlax might give you a couple thousand off list but your son is still a bit young for their 2026 team.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/06/19 04:51 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
The rich get richer and the strong get stronger


Smoke and mirrors going on at AYLC


What's going on with them?



Probably ask those that are leaving for True or trying out elsewhere


You seem to know
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/06/19 04:57 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
How was the turnout at True Annapolis?


Smoke and mirrors as well. Impressive turnout but........

They had a majority of the 2025 sidewinders there
They had a majority of the 2026 diamondbacks there
They had kids from their Baltimore team there to fill space
And, they had a ton of people there for a free lacrosse head

Tryouts were mixed age groups the entire time, as a parent you could not really get a grasp for who might be on your sons future team.

After selections I can tell you what the 2026 team might be from top to bottom:
-An attackman who is phenomenal attacking the cage...but will not keep his head up or pass the ball. It will be a turnover if he can't get a shot off, not a pull out and reset.
-A few strong midfielders from various HoCo AAA teams
-An 0-7 Diamondbacks defense
-A great goalie who has been with a different club every year.

Despite True being a non-parent coached team...with Diamondbacks as the core, and a couple other key members of the team...expect daddy ball and politics to be in full swing.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/06/19 05:45 PM

Will True be in elite or AAA?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/06/19 05:50 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
How was the turnout at True Annapolis?


Smoke and mirrors as well. Impressive turnout but........

They had a majority of the 2025 sidewinders there
They had a majority of the 2026 diamondbacks there
They had kids from their Baltimore team there to fill space
And, they had a ton of people there for a free lacrosse head

Tryouts were mixed age groups the entire time, as a parent you could not really get a grasp for who might be on your sons future team.

After selections I can tell you what the 2026 team might be from top to bottom:
-An attackman who is phenomenal attacking the cage...but will not keep his head up or pass the ball. It will be a turnover if he can't get a shot off, not a pull out and reset.
-A few strong midfielders from various HoCo AAA teams
-An 0-7 Diamondbacks defense
-A great goalie who has been with a different club every year.

Despite True being a non-parent coached team...with Diamondbacks as the core, and a couple other key members of the team...expect daddy ball and politics to be in full swing.



Your kids must have got cut - hit the wall and maybe he makes it

True will take over Annapolis
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/06/19 06:12 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
How was the turnout at True Annapolis?


Smoke and mirrors as well. Impressive turnout but........

They had a majority of the 2025 sidewinders there
They had a majority of the 2026 diamondbacks there
They had kids from their Baltimore team there to fill space
And, they had a ton of people there for a free lacrosse head

Tryouts were mixed age groups the entire time, as a parent you could not really get a grasp for who might be on your sons future team.

After selections I can tell you what the 2026 team might be from top to bottom:
-An attackman who is phenomenal attacking the cage...but will not keep his head up or pass the ball. It will be a turnover if he can't get a shot off, not a pull out and reset.
-A few strong midfielders from various HoCo AAA teams
-An 0-7 Diamondbacks defense
-A great goalie who has been with a different club every year.

Despite True being a non-parent coached team...with Diamondbacks as the core, and a couple other key members of the team...expect daddy ball and politics to be in full swing.


Great in who's eyes????
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/06/19 06:20 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
How was the turnout at True Annapolis?


Smoke and mirrors as well. Impressive turnout but........

They had a majority of the 2025 sidewinders there
They had a majority of the 2026 diamondbacks there
They had kids from their Baltimore team there to fill space
And, they had a ton of people there for a free lacrosse head

Tryouts were mixed age groups the entire time, as a parent you could not really get a grasp for who might be on your sons future team.

After selections I can tell you what the 2026 team might be from top to bottom:
-An attackman who is phenomenal attacking the cage...but will not keep his head up or pass the ball. It will be a turnover if he can't get a shot off, not a pull out and reset.
-A few strong midfielders from various HoCo AAA teams
-An 0-7 Diamondbacks defense
-A great goalie who has been with a different club every year.

Despite True being a non-parent coached team...with Diamondbacks as the core, and a couple other key members of the team...expect daddy ball and politics to be in full swing.



Your kids must have got cut - hit the wall and maybe he makes it

True will take over Annapolis



FIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIGHT
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/06/19 06:33 PM

Well that took less than 24hrs.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/06/19 06:41 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
How was the turnout at True Annapolis?


Smoke and mirrors as well. Impressive turnout but........

They had a majority of the 2025 sidewinders there
They had a majority of the 2026 diamondbacks there
They had kids from their Baltimore team there to fill space
And, they had a ton of people there for a free lacrosse head

Tryouts were mixed age groups the entire time, as a parent you could not really get a grasp for who might be on your sons future team.

After selections I can tell you what the 2026 team might be from top to bottom:
-An attackman who is phenomenal attacking the cage...but will not keep his head up or pass the ball. It will be a turnover if he can't get a shot off, not a pull out and reset.
-A few strong midfielders from various HoCo AAA teams
-An 0-7 Diamondbacks defense
-A great goalie who has been with a different club every year.

Despite True being a non-parent coached team...with Diamondbacks as the core, and a couple other key members of the team...expect daddy ball and politics to be in full swing.



Your kids must have got cut - hit the wall and maybe he makes it

True will take over Annapolis


Recycling kids between the same teams is a bold strategy cotton.
Where exactly is this talent coming from to take over Annapolis. Honest question.


AYLC
Diamondbacks
Bay Dogs
PLC
Green Hornets/Swarm
Sidewinders

True is a good program from the little I have seen so far. They look like they care. But I am very interested to see how they are pulling this talent to take over Annapolis.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/06/19 07:15 PM

91 took over Baltimore so it can be done. Good luck True.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/06/19 07:43 PM

I’m glad someone finally said it the talent at the above programs isn’t Elite.
Better luck taking over Rockfish and Sidewinders, Breakers or Koopers

Some people just wish they were Elite
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/06/19 08:02 PM

True blows at all age levels.
Mergers don’t make you elite.
Enjoy the Aloha tournaments.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/06/19 08:03 PM

Coach Cotton is with south river and I did not see any south river kids at True tryouts. True has non parent coaches and will take over. Daddy ball in Annapolis will end.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/06/19 08:17 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Coach Cotton is with south river and I did not see any south river kids at True tryouts. True has non parent coaches and will take over. Daddy ball in Annapolis will end.


You sure about those last 2 sentences. I know for a 100% fact you're not.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/06/19 08:28 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
How was the turnout at True Annapolis?


Smoke and mirrors as well. Impressive turnout but........

They had a majority of the 2025 sidewinders there
They had a majority of the 2026 diamondbacks there
They had kids from their Baltimore team there to fill space
And, they had a ton of people there for a free lacrosse head

Tryouts were mixed age groups the entire time, as a parent you could not really get a grasp for who might be on your sons future team.

After selections I can tell you what the 2026 team might be from top to bottom:
-An attackman who is phenomenal attacking the cage...but will not keep his head up or pass the ball. It will be a turnover if he can't get a shot off, not a pull out and reset.
-A few strong midfielders from various HoCo AAA teams
-An 0-7 Diamondbacks defense
-A great goalie who has been with a different club every year.

Despite True being a non-parent coached team...with Diamondbacks as the core, and a couple other key members of the team...expect daddy ball and politics to be in full swing.


Great in who's eyes????


Should we know what goalie you are talking bout?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/06/19 08:44 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Coach Cotton is with south river and I did not see any south river kids at True tryouts. True has non parent coaches and will take over. Daddy ball in Annapolis will end.

True and 3D will never make successful runs in MD. There is no need for an outside club in the hotbed areas. How is 3d working? These are lacrosse companies based in the midwest and west. These are not clubs. The coaches come and go.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/06/19 10:33 PM

So you go watch other programs tryouts ..
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/06/19 10:34 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
How was the turnout at True Annapolis?


Smoke and mirrors as well. Impressive turnout but........

They had a majority of the 2025 sidewinders there
They had a majority of the 2026 diamondbacks there
They had kids from their Baltimore team there to fill space
And, they had a ton of people there for a free lacrosse head

Tryouts were mixed age groups the entire time, as a parent you could not really get a grasp for who might be on your sons future team.

After selections I can tell you what the 2026 team might be from top to bottom:
-An attackman who is phenomenal attacking the cage...but will not keep his head up or pass the ball. It will be a turnover if he can't get a shot off, not a pull out and reset.
-A few strong midfielders from various HoCo AAA teams
-An 0-7 Diamondbacks defense
-A great goalie who has been with a different club every year.

Despite True being a non-parent coached team...with Diamondbacks as the core, and a couple other key members of the team...expect daddy ball and politics to be in full swing.


Great in who's eyes????


Should we know what goalie you are talking bout?

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
How was the turnout at True Annapolis?


Smoke and mirrors as well. Impressive turnout but........

They had a majority of the 2025 sidewinders there
They had a majority of the 2026 diamondbacks there
They had kids from their Baltimore team there to fill space
And, they had a ton of people there for a free lacrosse head

Tryouts were mixed age groups the entire time, as a parent you could not really get a grasp for who might be on your sons future team.

After selections I can tell you what the 2026 team might be from top to bottom:
-An attackman who is phenomenal attacking the cage...but will not keep his head up or pass the ball. It will be a turnover if he can't get a shot off, not a pull out and reset.
-A few strong midfielders from various HoCo AAA teams
-An 0-7 Diamondbacks defense
-A great goalie who has been with a different club every year.

Despite True being a non-parent coached team...with Diamondbacks as the core, and a couple other key members of the team...m 91 expect daddy ball and politics to be in full swing.


Great in who's eyes????


Should we know what goalie you are talking bout?


garbage. I think I know way too much about 11 year old goalies. I assume this is the kid who was on the Hawks this year. A good goalie but an even better kid. He was on the Diamondbacks the year before. Rumor has it that the Hawks former goalie is dropping back down to the team - which probably leaves this kid looking for a new team. If the tryouts was diamondbacks heavy, he was probably there.

I assume the Hawks will have a good goalie. If “rocket”, their old goalie, comes back that leaves last years goalie looking for a team. He is good enough to make most teams. Team 91 had two goalies - one I thought was strong. BLC has a strong kid. Folks like the AYLC goalie but I haven’t seen enough to have an opinion. He might be great.

Overall, goalie at this age is still a work in progress.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/07/19 12:12 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
How was the turnout at True Annapolis?


Smoke and mirrors as well. Impressive turnout but........

They had a majority of the 2025 sidewinders there
They had a majority of the 2026 diamondbacks there
They had kids from their Baltimore team there to fill space
And, they had a ton of people there for a free lacrosse head

Tryouts were mixed age groups the entire time, as a parent you could not really get a grasp for who might be on your sons future team.

After selections I can tell you what the 2026 team might be from top to bottom:
-An attackman who is phenomenal attacking the cage...but will not keep his head up or pass the ball. It will be a turnover if he can't get a shot off, not a pull out and reset.
-A few strong midfielders from various HoCo AAA teams
-An 0-7 Diamondbacks defense
-A great goalie who has been with a different club every year.

Despite True being a non-parent coached team...with Diamondbacks as the core, and a couple other key members of the team...expect daddy ball and politics to be in full swing.


Great in who's eyes????


Should we know what goalie you are talking bout?

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
How was the turnout at True Annapolis?


Smoke and mirrors as well. Impressive turnout but........

They had a majority of the 2025 sidewinders there
They had a majority of the 2026 diamondbacks there
They had kids from their Baltimore team there to fill space
And, they had a ton of people there for a free lacrosse head

Tryouts were mixed age groups the entire time, as a parent you could not really get a grasp for who might be on your sons future team.

After selections I can tell you what the 2026 team might be from top to bottom:
-An attackman who is phenomenal attacking the cage...but will not keep his head up or pass the ball. It will be a turnover if he can't get a shot off, not a pull out and reset.
-A few strong midfielders from various HoCo AAA teams
-An 0-7 Diamondbacks defense
-A great goalie who has been with a different club every year.

Despite True being a non-parent coached team...with Diamondbacks as the core, and a couple other key members of the team...m 91 expect daddy ball and politics to be in full swing.


Great in who's eyes????


Should we know what goalie you are talking bout?


garbage. I think I know way too much about 11 year old goalies. I assume this is the kid who was on the Hawks this year. A good goalie but an even better kid. He was on the Diamondbacks the year before. Rumor has it that the Hawks former goalie is dropping back down to the team - which probably leaves this kid looking for a new team. If the tryouts was diamondbacks heavy, he was probably there.

I assume the Hawks will have a good goalie. If “rocket”, their old goalie, comes back that leaves last years goalie looking for a team. He is good enough to make most teams. Team 91 had two goalies - one I thought was strong. BLC has a strong kid. Folks like the AYLC goalie but I haven’t seen enough to have an opinion. He might be great.

Overall, goalie at this age is still a work in progress.

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
How was the turnout at True Annapolis?


Smoke and mirrors as well. Impressive turnout but........

They had a majority of the 2025 sidewinders there
They had a majority of the 2026 diamondbacks there
They had kids from their Baltimore team there to fill space
And, they had a ton of people there for a free lacrosse head

Tryouts were mixed age groups the entire time, as a parent you could not really get a grasp for who might be on your sons future team.

After selections I can tell you what the 2026 team might be from top to bottom:
-An attackman who is phenomenal attacking the cage...but will not keep his head up or pass the ball. It will be a turnover if he can't get a shot off, not a pull out and reset.
-A few strong midfielders from various HoCo AAA teams
-An 0-7 Diamondbacks defense
-A great goalie who has been with a different club every year.

Despite True being a non-parent coached team...with Diamondbacks as the core, and a couple other key members of the team...expect daddy ball and politics to be in full swing.


Great in who's eyes????


Should we know what goalie you are talking bout?

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
How was the turnout at True Annapolis?


Smoke and mirrors as well. Impressive turnout but........

They had a majority of the 2025 sidewinders there
They had a majority of the 2026 diamondbacks there
They had kids from their Baltimore team there to fill space
And, they had a ton of people there for a free lacrosse head

Tryouts were mixed age groups the entire time, as a parent you could not really get a grasp for who might be on your sons future team.

After selections I can tell you what the 2026 team might be from top to bottom:
-An attackman who is phenomenal attacking the cage...but will not keep his head up or pass the ball. It will be a turnover if he can't get a shot off, not a pull out and reset.
-A few strong midfielders from various HoCo AAA teams
-An 0-7 Diamondbacks defense
-A great goalie who has been with a different club every year.

Despite True being a non-parent coached team...with Diamondbacks as the core, and a couple other key members of the team...m 91 expect daddy ball and politics to be in full swing.


Great in who's eyes????


Should we know what goalie you are talking bout?


garbage. I think I know way too much about 11 year old goalies. I assume this is the kid who was on the Hawks this year. A good goalie but an even better kid. He was on the Diamondbacks the year before. Rumor has it that the Hawks former goalie is dropping back down to the team - which probably leaves this kid looking for a new team. If the tryouts was diamondbacks heavy, he was probably there.

I assume the Hawks will have a good goalie. If “rocket”, their old goalie, comes back that leaves last years goalie looking for a team. He is good enough to make most teams. Team 91 had two goalies - one I thought was strong. BLC has a strong kid. Folks like the AYLC goalie but I haven’t seen enough to have an opinion. He might be great.

Overall, goalie at this age is still a work in progress.


This is funny
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/07/19 02:28 AM

If he is such a great goalie, why has he been with a different club every year?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/07/19 01:28 PM

Grown adults trash talking 11 year old kids and doing so Anonymously! Wow. All these goalies are good goalies and working hard to get better. There are 0 "Great" goalies at 11 years old. I am Rocket's dad and he will not be playing 2026 again so let's put that rumor to bed.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/07/19 02:12 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Grown adults trash talking 11 year old kids and doing so Anonymously! Wow. All these goalies are good goalies and working hard to get better. There are 0 "Great" goalies at 11 years old. I am Rocket's dad and he will not be playing 2026 again so let's put that rumor to bed.


I think your son is a great goalie at 11 years old.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/07/19 02:27 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
How was the turnout at True Annapolis?


Smoke and mirrors as well. Impressive turnout but........

They had a majority of the 2025 sidewinders there
They had a majority of the 2026 diamondbacks there
They had kids from their Baltimore team there to fill space
And, they had a ton of people there for a free lacrosse head

Tryouts were mixed age groups the entire time, as a parent you could not really get a grasp for who might be on your sons future team.

After selections I can tell you what the 2026 team might be from top to bottom:
-An attackman who is phenomenal attacking the cage...but will not keep his head up or pass the ball. It will be a turnover if he can't get a shot off, not a pull out and reset.
-A few strong midfielders from various HoCo AAA teams
-An 0-7 Diamondbacks defense
-A great goalie who has been with a different club every year.

Despite True being a non-parent coached team...with Diamondbacks as the core, and a couple other key members of the team...expect daddy ball and politics to be in full swing.


Great in who's eyes????


Should we know what goalie you are talking bout?

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
How was the turnout at True Annapolis?


Smoke and mirrors as well. Impressive turnout but........

They had a majority of the 2025 sidewinders there
They had a majority of the 2026 diamondbacks there
They had kids from their Baltimore team there to fill space
And, they had a ton of people there for a free lacrosse head

Tryouts were mixed age groups the entire time, as a parent you could not really get a grasp for who might be on your sons future team.

After selections I can tell you what the 2026 team might be from top to bottom:
-An attackman who is phenomenal attacking the cage...but will not keep his head up or pass the ball. It will be a turnover if he can't get a shot off, not a pull out and reset.
-A few strong midfielders from various HoCo AAA teams
-An 0-7 Diamondbacks defense
-A great goalie who has been with a different club every year.

Despite True being a non-parent coached team...with Diamondbacks as the core, and a couple other key members of the team...m 91 expect daddy ball and politics to be in full swing.


Great in who's eyes????


Should we know what goalie you are talking bout?


garbage. I think I know way too much about 11 year old goalies. I assume this is the kid who was on the Hawks this year. A good goalie but an even better kid. He was on the Diamondbacks the year before. Rumor has it that the Hawks former goalie is dropping back down to the team - which probably leaves this kid looking for a new team. If the tryouts was diamondbacks heavy, he was probably there.

I assume the Hawks will have a good goalie. If “rocket”, their old goalie, comes back that leaves last years goalie looking for a team. He is good enough to make most teams. Team 91 had two goalies - one I thought was strong. BLC has a strong kid. Folks like the AYLC goalie but I haven’t seen enough to have an opinion. He might be great.

Overall, goalie at this age is still a work in progress.


This is probably the most clueless post in
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/07/19 02:32 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Grown adults trash talking 11 year old kids and doing so Anonymously! Wow. All these goalies are good goalies and working hard to get better. There are 0 "Great" goalies at 11 years old. I am Rocket's dad and he will not be playing 2026 again so let's put that rumor to bed.



Looney's goalie was better at Napptown Challenge
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/07/19 02:47 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Grown adults trash talking 11 year old kids and doing so Anonymously! Wow. All these goalies are good goalies and working hard to get better. There are 0 "Great" goalies at 11 years old. I am Rocket's dad and he will not be playing 2026 again so let's put that rumor to bed.



Looney's goalie was better at Napptown Challenge



The best goalie at Napptown was the AYLC kid who played out of his mind against ALL IN - not a half but the whole game
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/07/19 03:47 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Grown adults trash talking 11 year old kids and doing so Anonymously! Wow. All these goalies are good goalies and working hard to get better. There are 0 "Great" goalies at 11 years old. I am Rocket's dad and he will not be playing 2026 again so let's put that rumor to bed.



Looney's goalie was better at Napptown Challenge



That is not correct at all. I am the Looney's goalie's (Reid) dad. Rocket and Reid both played well at that tournament and had a lot of fun playing with that team. In the Hawks game, Rocket gave up fewer goals in his half than Reid did. Rocket and Reid are both working hard to get better, which is what its all about at their age.

I stop by here from time to time to get info on other teams and movement of players. Seeing grown ups (if that's what they are) trashing 11-year old kids is distressing although, sadly, not surprising.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/07/19 04:38 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Grown adults trash talking 11 year old kids and doing so Anonymously! Wow. All these goalies are good goalies and working hard to get better. There are 0 "Great" goalies at 11 years old. I am Rocket's dad and he will not be playing 2026 again so let's put that rumor to bed.



Looney's goalie was better at Napptown Challenge



7-1
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/07/19 04:41 PM

I have yet to meet a crappy enough parent to trash talk a goalie, when in reality, if a goalie is seeing a ball, it’s because his defense didn't get the job done and he’s the last one between the ball and that cage.
If a parent is trashing a goalie, then that kid should be put it in the goal for a practice. I bet that tune gets changed.

Good luck to all of the 26 goalies this season.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/07/19 05:19 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Grown adults trash talking 11 year old kids and doing so Anonymously! Wow. All these goalies are good goalies and working hard to get better. There are 0 "Great" goalies at 11 years old. I am Rocket's dad and he will not be playing 2026 again so let's put that rumor to bed.



Looney's goalie was better at Napptown Challenge



That is not correct at all. I am the Looney's goalie's (Reid) dad. Rocket and Reid both played well at that tournament and had a lot of fun playing with that team. In the Hawks game, Rocket gave up fewer goals in his half than Reid did. Rocket and Reid are both working hard to get better, which is what its all about at their age.

I stop by here from time to time to get info on other teams and movement of players. Seeing grown ups (if that's what they are) trashing 11-year old kids is distressing although, sadly, not surprising.



Who's the big spoon at night?
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/07/19 05:20 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Grown adults trash talking 11 year old kids and doing so Anonymously! Wow. All these goalies are good goalies and working hard to get better. There are 0 "Great" goalies at 11 years old. I am Rocket's dad and he will not be playing 2026 again so let's put that rumor to bed.



Looney's goalie was better at Napptown Challenge



The best goalie at Napptown was the AYLC kid who played out of his mind against ALL IN - not a half but the whole game


AYLC goalie sits when he pees
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/07/19 05:21 PM

3/4's of you guys wouldn't say half this stuff if you had to link you name to it...you know why? Because the other dad would KO you....let it go and be a fan of other kids....seriously enough is enough. This forum should require some type of identification....
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/07/19 05:21 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
I have yet to meet a crappy enough parent to trash talk a goalie, when in reality, if a goalie is seeing a ball, it’s because his defense didn't get the job done and he’s the last one between the ball and that cage.
If a parent is trashing a goalie, then that kid should be put it in the goal for a practice. I bet that tune gets changed.

Good luck to all of the 26 goalies this season.



Does it count if my kid is a goalie and I talk trash about him!
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/07/19 05:34 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Grown adults trash talking 11 year old kids and doing so Anonymously! Wow. All these goalies are good goalies and working hard to get better. There are 0 "Great" goalies at 11 years old. I am Rocket's dad and he will not be playing 2026 again so let's put that rumor to bed.



Looney's goalie was better at Napptown Challenge



That is not correct at all. I am the Looney's goalie's (Reid) dad. Rocket and Reid both played well at that tournament and had a lot of fun playing with that team. In the Hawks game, Rocket gave up fewer goals in his half than Reid did. Rocket and Reid are both working hard to get better, which is what its all about at their age.

I stop by here from time to time to get info on other teams and movement of players. Seeing grown ups (if that's what they are) trashing 11-year old kids is distressing although, sadly, not surprising.



Your son is a very good goalie & has great sportsmanship.Keep up the hard work & hope he continues his great progression. - an opposing coach who thinks highly of your son's ability & character
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/07/19 06:16 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
3/4's of you guys wouldn't say half this stuff if you had to link you name to it...you know why? Because the other dad would KO you....let it go and be a fan of other kids....seriously enough is enough. This forum should require some type of identification....

from anonymous
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/07/19 07:05 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Grown adults trash talking 11 year old kids and doing so Anonymously! Wow. All these goalies are good goalies and working hard to get better. There are 0 "Great" goalies at 11 years old. I am Rocket's dad and he will not be playing 2026 again so let's put that rumor to bed.



Looney's goalie was better at Napptown Challenge



That is not correct at all. I am the Looney's goalie's (Reid) dad. Rocket and Reid both played well at that tournament and had a lot of fun playing with that team. In the Hawks game, Rocket gave up fewer goals in his half than Reid did. Rocket and Reid are both working hard to get better, which is what its all about at their age.

I stop by here from time to time to get info on other teams and movement of players. Seeing grown ups (if that's what they are) trashing 11-year old kids is distressing although, sadly, not surprising.



Your son is a very good goalie & has great sportsmanship.Keep up the hard work & hope he continues his great progression. - an opposing coach who thinks highly of your son's ability & character


I'm not sure I have witnessed any kids that havent had good sportsmanship yet at this age. Now the parents.....
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/07/19 09:35 PM

Does anyone know what teams have made offers so far -- Diamondbacks, AYLC, True, etc.?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/07/19 10:07 PM

91. We locked our team in early and added a stud lefty attack
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/07/19 10:53 PM

3/4's of you guys wouldn't say half this stuff if you had to link you name to it...you know why? Because the other dad would KO you....let it go and be a fan of other kids....seriously enough is enough. This forum should require some type of identification....

from anonymous

I'll be at McGarvey's tonight at 9 in an O's hat if you think you have what it take, pal!!!!!

Give it a try if you're that bad....
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/07/19 11:09 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
3/4's of you guys wouldn't say half this stuff if you had to link you name to it...you know why? Because the other dad would KO you....let it go and be a fan of other kids....seriously enough is enough. This forum should require some type of identification....

from anonymous

I'll be at McGarvey's tonight at 9 in an O's hat if you think you have what it take, pal!!!!!

Give it a try if you're that bad....


from anonymous
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/07/19 11:21 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
91. We locked our team in early and added a stud lefty attack

Good luck with that.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/08/19 12:49 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
3/4's of you guys wouldn't say half this stuff if you had to link you name to it...you know why? Because the other dad would KO you....let it go and be a fan of other kids....seriously enough is enough. This forum should require some type of identification....

from anonymous

I'll be at McGarvey's tonight at 9 in an O's hat if you think you have what it take, pal!!!!!

Give it a try if you're that bad....


from anonymous

Some unlucky baseball fan in an O’s had got punched in the face for no reason while quietly enjoying a beer.
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/08/19 01:35 AM

Sounds like the 91 dad is back....hope the new stud lefty attack can catch, throw and shoot in the rain and wind, because the rest of their team can’t...oh, wait...they can’t catch in the sun either...91 will always find some weather related excuse....weak!!!!
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/08/19 02:19 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
91. We locked our team in early and added a stud lefty attack



Not a Hawks dad but we watched the HOCO games and I think you need more than 1 new kid to beat Hawks
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/08/19 03:29 PM

Didn’t say we would beat Hawks but we sure did dominate FCA, Looneys, and crabs. IMO the top all around club in Baltimore for all age levels.
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/08/19 04:09 PM

There are no “stud” lefty attacks In Hoco 2026 Elite. Just a bunch of 11 year old kids.
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/08/19 04:43 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Didn’t say we would beat Hawks but we sure did dominate FCA, Looneys, and crabs. IMO the top all around club in Baltimore for all age levels.


It showed last year when you played the Hawks in the Championsh..........Oh, that's right
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/08/19 05:16 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Didn’t say we would beat Hawks but we sure did dominate FCA, Looneys, and crabs. IMO the top all around club in Baltimore for all age levels.


I hope you are talking about the crabs in your pants. They would put up a better fight then the 2026 Crabs lacrosse team
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/08/19 06:13 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
There are no “stud” lefty attacks In Hoco 2026 Elite. Just a bunch of 11 year old kids.


You need to get up to speed, Once they play for a top Club, the term Children/kids is no longer used . They are among the elite now !
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/08/19 06:21 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Didn’t say we would beat Hawks but we sure did dominate FCA, Looneys, and crabs. IMO the top all around club in Baltimore for all age levels.


I hope you are talking about the crabs in your pants. They would put up a better fight then the 2026 Crabs lacrosse team


Dang, I wish I would have come up with that. Good one.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/08/19 08:20 PM

91 blows too...
What did they win last year?
How did they end HOCO?
Win any tourneys?
Crickets...
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/08/19 08:29 PM

91 Mom starting early...
91 lost to Looneys in 1st round of HOCO playoffs...
90-who?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/08/19 08:59 PM

You guys crack me up. Hate on 91 all you want. We have some big surprises come this summer!! And btw....top 26 goalie plays for 91
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/08/19 09:01 PM

You guys crack me up. Hate on 91 all you want. We have some big surprises come this summer!! And btw....top 26 goalie plays for 91
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/08/19 09:36 PM

Pa teams beat crabs up this year...that can’t be good
Even when Crabs had the refs on the payroll
Expected better from crabs
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/09/19 12:33 AM

Here is one for you.....if you take the best kids from 91 and best kids from crabs, combine them and guess what you get Diamondbacks!!!!!!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/09/19 02:15 AM

And for the 91 dad that was so excited about one left attack, correct me or not, but isn’t it a team sport and take 10 starters and another 4-6 as subs...this guy does this even year, but don’t worry after a bunch of L’s, he will crawl under his shell again...and won’t hear from him again!!!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/09/19 10:31 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Here is one for you.....if you take the best kids from 91 and best kids from crabs, combine them and guess what you get Diamondbacks!!!!!!

👆🏻
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/09/19 11:26 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Pa teams beat crabs up this year...that can’t be good
Even when Crabs had the refs on the payroll
Expected better from crabs


Mostly true but Crabs beat Mesa 26 not that that means anything. Rough riders from PA beat crabs. Rough riders had solid wins this year and what not!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/09/19 11:43 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
91 Mom starting early...
91 lost to Looneys in 1st round of HOCO playoffs...
90-who?


LI observer here. Other than there own tournament 91md seems to lose all other games at tournaments that aren’t there own why ?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/09/19 12:37 PM

24 hours till the piece all start falling into place

Some folks will see the writing on the wall

Just remember O's hat standing at midfield
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/09/19 12:40 PM

Maryland has some passionate parents. Elite 5th graders moving up to 6th grade ! LOL Gotta Love the obsession with their children.. I mean elite lacrosse player whose destiny is to start for a D1 program and get 1/4 scholarship money.
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/09/19 01:13 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
91 blows too...
What did they win last year?
How did they end HOCO?
Win any tourneys?
Crickets...



I'd like to see 2-3 kids from 91 tryout. Ive talked to the dads and their kids are good. Hopefully they do come down

Hawks Dad
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/09/19 01:24 PM

Will there be any surprise guests at Hawks tryouts? Baltimore is only a hop skip and a jump away
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/09/19 02:27 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Maryland has some passionate parents. Elite 5th graders moving up to 6th grade ! LOL Gotta Love the obsession with their children.. I mean elite lacrosse player whose destiny is to start for a D1 program and get 1/4 scholarship money.



70% of these “elite” 6th graders won’t be playing lacrosse by their junior year in high school. Don’t believe me? Write this post number down.
-4th kid Parent
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/09/19 02:46 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
You guys crack me up. Hate on 91 all you want. We have some big surprises come this summer!! And btw....top 26 goalie plays for 91

You sure about that?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/09/19 03:15 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
24 hours till the piece all start falling into place

Some folks will see the writing on the wall

Just remember O's hat standing at midfield


from anonymous
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/09/19 04:12 PM

Correct. Most of these kids won’t have the size/speed/strength/skill to play significant minutes at MIAA/IAC/WCAC level by the time they are high school juniors. Genetics is the ultimate decider.

Enjoy your time in the sun while you can. At least you will be able to look back on your sons youth lax years as his athletic pinnacle.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/10/19 03:20 PM

Ha Hawks had no one at tryouts
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/10/19 04:11 PM

Hawks has no one at tryouts cuz kids wouldn’t make it anyway. Why go out when you are going to get cut
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/10/19 04:31 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Ha Hawks had no one at tryouts


Elaborate
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/11/19 11:22 AM

I’m trying to figure out why the coach of Sidewinders 2026 was walking around
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/11/19 12:16 PM

I’m trying to figure out why the coach of Sidewinders 2026 was walking around
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/11/19 04:21 PM

And you know this because you didn’t bring your kid to tryout but still showed up to see who was there?

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Ha Hawks had no one at tryouts
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/11/19 06:41 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
And you know this because you didn’t bring your kid to tryout but still showed up to see who was there?

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Ha Hawks had no one at tryouts


Oh my kid was there, and was on the phone committing to a different team on the drive home.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/11/19 09:03 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
And you know this because you didn’t bring your kid to tryout but still showed up to see who was there?

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Ha Hawks had no one at tryouts


Oh my kid was there, and was on the phone committing to a different team on the drive home.



Went that poorly?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/11/19 09:31 PM

So let me get this straight, you brought your kid to a tryout, for a team that went undefeated this year, yet the tryouts weren’t good enough for your superstar, nor did they have enough people there for your liking, and every kid from that undefeated team was likely there (so you know they are good), yet they weren’t good enough. Ok. Got it.


Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
And you know this because you didn’t bring your kid to tryout but still showed up to see who was there?

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Ha Hawks had no one at tryouts


Oh my kid was there, and was on the phone committing to a different team on the drive home.



Went that poorly?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/11/19 09:34 PM

Nice- who did you commit too? Must be some team.

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
And you know this because you didn’t bring your kid to tryout but still showed up to see who was there?

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Ha Hawks had no one at tryouts


Oh my kid was there, and was on the phone committing to a different team on the drive home.



Went that poorly?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/11/19 10:21 PM

Sorry your kid couldn’t hang
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/11/19 10:44 PM

There were only 2 or 3 kids there that were not wearing Hawks gear that looked like they should have been there. That team is on another level, without being coached, they were calling plays during the scrimmage. My kid will not be back, they are really good, and he had an outing where nerves got the best of him and he did not feel like he was good enough. He wanted to see what that team was about, they work hard.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/11/19 11:04 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
And you know this because you didn’t bring your kid to tryout but still showed up to see who was there?

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Ha Hawks had no one at tryouts


Oh my kid was there, and was on the phone committing to a different team on the drive home.



Went that poorly?


Ouch ! Thats gotta Hurt !
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/12/19 10:30 AM

So just another example of watered down talent in Maryland. Rockfish is merging with PLC to fill age groups. Another example of two many teams and club owners looking to make money.

Some tell Spence and Ricky they should close up shop. Neither program fields competitor teams, it glorified rec ball
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/12/19 11:06 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
So let me get this straight, you brought your kid to a tryout, for a team that went undefeated this year, yet the tryouts weren’t good enough for your superstar, nor did they have enough people there for your liking, and every kid from that undefeated team was likely there (so you know they are good), yet they weren’t good enough. Ok. Got it.



.
Well we all knew the Hawks parents response of “your kid isn’t good enough” was coming. If anything, they are predictable.
Have a great season Hawks parents. I hope you win every game, because I fear what will happen when you lose, and then lose again. Different breed of parents down there, and your stench keeps getting worse.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/12/19 12:18 PM

Hawks got exactly what they wanted from tryouts.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/12/19 01:24 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hawks got exactly what they wanted from tryouts.


Which is.....?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/12/19 01:36 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hawks got exactly what they wanted from tryouts.


Which is.....?


No having to sort through a giant pile of players that are going to be recycled through the 22 other club teams in a 2 mile radius.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/12/19 01:37 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
There were only 2 or 3 kids there that were not wearing Hawks gear that looked like they should have been there. That team is on another level, without being coached, they were calling plays during the scrimmage. My kid will not be back, they are really good, and he had an outing where nerves got the best of him and he did not feel like he was good enough. He wanted to see what that team was about, they work hard.


I think there were more like 10 non Hawks gear wearing kids. Whether or not a kid makes it or not, getting out there to test themselves against other kids is a good experience for them.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/12/19 01:40 PM

The problem with the Hawks now is if you make the team this year as a new kid, your kid will see significant time on the bench as they have at least 16 kids that played last year that will be ahead of your kid.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/12/19 01:57 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
The problem with the Hawks now is if you make the team this year as a new kid, your kid will see significant time on the bench as they have at least 16 kids that played last year that will be ahead of your kid.


Or teach your kid to work harder and get better and take their spot. To each their own
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/12/19 02:16 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
So let me get this straight, you brought your kid to a tryout, for a team that went undefeated this year, yet the tryouts weren’t good enough for your superstar, nor did they have enough people there for your liking, and every kid from that undefeated team was likely there (so you know they are good), yet they weren’t good enough. Ok. Got it.



.
Well we all knew the Hawks parents response of “your kid isn’t good enough” was coming. If anything, they are predictable.
Have a great season Hawks parents. I hope you win every game, because I fear what will happen when you lose, and then lose again. Different breed of parents down there, and your stench keeps getting worse.


There were kids out there that will make the team, and others that wont but maybe should/could have made the team. With a good team coming off of a good season, I am sure that the coaches arent looking to rock the boat too much with the roster.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/12/19 02:43 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hawks got exactly what they wanted from tryouts.


Which is.....?


Bigger stronger faster and more athletic......... if you cant figure it out the rich get richer and the strong get stronger

This is everything wrong with youth lacrosse and sports
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/12/19 02:55 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
The problem with the Hawks now is if you make the team this year as a new kid, your kid will see significant time on the bench as they have at least 16 kids that played last year that will be ahead of your kid.


I dont think that is true. It might be that way to start, but if the new kid is a better player, they will get their opportunities.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/12/19 03:15 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hawks got exactly what they wanted from tryouts.


Which is.....?


Bigger stronger faster and more athletic......... if you cant figure it out the rich get richer and the strong get stronger

This is everything wrong with youth lacrosse and sports


There is nothing wrong with that. What is wrong is the people out opening up a new club every 2 weeks because they see $$$.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/12/19 03:41 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
The problem with the Hawks now is if you make the team this year as a new kid, your kid will see significant time on the bench as they have at least 16 kids that played last year that will be ahead of your kid.

New kids joined the team last year and took playing time over kids that had been there. So your statement is not accurate.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/12/19 04:49 PM

Just heard some issues going on at Diamondbacks. Most of the starters / talent have signed with True Annapolis and elsewhere, including the previous coach's kid. It appears the club was blindsided by this. Looking like the team will have to play down this coming year as they will have less talent to compete.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/12/19 05:00 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Just heard some issues going on at Diamondbacks. Most of the starters / talent have signed with True Annapolis and elsewhere, including the previous coach's kid. It appears the club was blindsided by this. Looking like the team will have to play down this coming year as they will have less talent to compete.


I'm sure someone will start another club team tonight and then they can say they will combine teams with them.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/12/19 05:46 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
There were only 2 or 3 kids there that were not wearing Hawks gear that looked like they should have been there. That team is on another level, without being coached, they were calling plays during the scrimmage. My kid will not be back, they are really good, and he had an outing where nerves got the best of him and he did not feel like he was good enough. He wanted to see what that team was about, they work hard.


I think there were more like 10 non Hawks gear wearing kids. Whether or not a kid makes it or not, getting out there to test themselves against other kids is a good experience for them.


absolutely agree!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/12/19 05:54 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Just heard some issues going on at Diamondbacks. Most of the starters / talent have signed with True Annapolis and elsewhere, including the previous coach's kid. It appears the club was blindsided by this. Looking like the team will have to play down this coming year as they will have less talent to compete.




You know what you get when you combine Diamondback kids and coaches at TRUE.............. 0-9 in HOCO
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/12/19 06:29 PM

The landscape of the 2026 Divisions will be changing dramatically

True is making waves in the Elite Division and hasnt played a game. #allin
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/12/19 07:24 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
The landscape of the 2026 Divisions will be changing dramatically

True is making waves in the Elite Division and hasnt played a game. #allin


Where did the True 2026 players come from? Other HOCO Elite teams?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/12/19 07:32 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
The landscape of the 2026 Divisions will be changing dramatically

True is making waves in the Elite Division and hasnt played a game. #allin


But will they even play in the Elite division? Or will they be looking up at AYLC & Next Level in the AAA division?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/12/19 08:38 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
The landscape of the 2026 Divisions will be changing dramatically

True is making waves in the Elite Division and hasnt played a game. #allin


Where did the True 2026 players come from? Other HOCO Elite teams?


Can someone answer this question? Curious, what will be different with them. You can put lipstick on a pig and it's still a pig. I'm generally interested in what they will do to bridge the talent gap from what is out there. This is not a knock on them or anyone.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/12/19 09:35 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
There were only 2 or 3 kids there that were not wearing Hawks gear that looked like they should have been there. That team is on another level, without being coached, they were calling plays during the scrimmage. My kid will not be back, they are really good, and he had an outing where nerves got the best of him and he did not feel like he was good enough. He wanted to see what that team was about, they work hard.


I think there were more like 10 non Hawks gear wearing kids. Whether or not a kid makes it or not, getting out there to test themselves against other kids is a good experience for them.


absolutely agree!


TRUTH!!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/12/19 11:26 PM

Now way True plays elite, their team is unproven, just like AYLC last year and look where they are now. Lost 5-6 kids and struggling to field a competitive team. Just the new flavor of the week and will fade out as they always do.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/13/19 01:52 PM

If you dont see the writing on the wall with all these teams, you're a fool

Teams merging - watered down lacrosse - coaches and club owners promising a Cadillac and you get a YUGO
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/13/19 01:56 PM

All the local AACO teams are falling apart! Well except one
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/13/19 03:16 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
All the local AACO teams are falling apart! Well except one


You are right. Sidewinders do look strong
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/13/19 03:45 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
All the local AACO teams are falling apart! Well except one



South River Lacrosse
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/13/19 04:10 PM

Blackwolf claims to be starting 2025 and 2026 teams this fall and held tryouts the past two Sundays. Does anybody know how many players attended and from which programs?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/13/19 04:37 PM

Looking forward to fall season starting to see what’s real and what’s total BS on this forum about tryouts and new kids and better teams and worse teams and who is playing in what division and so on.
Hawks still on top in Elite?
How much change between elite and AAA?
Any 2026 clubs fold?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/13/19 04:57 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Looking forward to fall season starting to see what’s real and what’s total BS on this forum about tryouts and new kids and better teams and worse teams and who is playing in what division and so on.
Hawks still on top in Elite?
How much change between elite and AAA?
Any 2026 clubs fold?



Hawks will get stronger
AAA fell apart or at least AYLC did
You know Bay Dogs closed or your wouldnt have asked - I'm sure there are some other orgs who are on life support

PLC I think has more teams now the AYLC - who made out better in that split


O's hat guy here!!!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/13/19 05:55 PM

91 will give Hawks all they can handle this year. Added big lefty attack and a couple of kids from TX.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/13/19 06:50 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
91 will give Hawks all they can handle this year. Added big lefty attack and a couple of kids from TX.

Big lefty attack? You sure about that, dad?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/13/19 07:07 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Looking forward to fall season starting to see what’s real and what’s total BS on this forum about tryouts and new kids and better teams and worse teams and who is playing in what division and so on.
Hawks still on top in Elite?
How much change between elite and AAA?
Any 2026 clubs fold?



Hawks will get stronger
AAA fell apart or at least AYLC did
You know Bay Dogs closed or your wouldnt have asked - I'm sure there are some other orgs who are on life support

PLC I think has more teams now the AYLC - who made out better in that split


O's hat guy here!!!


One team doesn't dismantle AAA.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/13/19 07:19 PM

Where did he come from?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/13/19 07:21 PM

Can you elaborate on AYLC? Will they have a 2026 team or the talent have also left for True and other clubs?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/13/19 07:30 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
All the local AACO teams are falling apart! Well except one



South River Lacrosse


South River only has 2024 and 25.

Younger teams coaches ghosted their team for the Hawks like the Colts leaving but only coaches kids on the team bus leaving.

2024 HC son is trying out for the hawks, so that team looks done.

Hawks dominating as expected.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/13/19 07:34 PM

On a serious note, with all these kids going to True Lax, have them made public who their coaches are?

Heard they might have played at Essex/Dundalk Community College?

That's top notch!!!!

Oh-boy, AYLC part 2!!!!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/13/19 08:14 PM

Should stay in rec.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/13/19 08:41 PM

90 who won’t make top 3.
Enjoy.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/13/19 08:51 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
On a serious note, with all these kids going to True Lax, have them made public who their coaches are?

Heard they might have played at Essex/Dundalk Community College?

That's top notch!!!!

Oh-boy, AYLC part 2!!!!


And where did you play your college lacrosse? Those CCBC teams used to be stacked in the late 90s/early 2000’s. I can’t really speak for how good they are now, as I haven’t followed them at all.

Elite players usually aren’t great coaches. And great coaches were rarely elite players.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/13/19 09:21 PM

Love how you all detest on 91. We were and are the top program in Baltimore at the 26 level and arguably the premier all around program in the nation.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/13/19 09:38 PM

WOW, did this guy really reference a community college as being stacked??? Now that hilarious.....Bet you'll say academically it's the same as Yale too????
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/13/19 09:45 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Love how you all detest on 91. We were and are the top program in Baltimore at the 26 level and arguably the premier all around program in the nation.


If we agree, will you go away

-Signed Everyone
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/13/19 10:17 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Love how you all detest on 91. We were and are the top program in Baltimore at the 26 level and arguably the premier all around program in the nation.


Thanks Mark ! We all were wondering who was Top club in Nation ! Thanks for clarifying that. As we say around here. " Give it to the 9th grader "
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/13/19 11:40 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Love how you all detest on 91. We were and are the top program in Baltimore at the 26 level and arguably the premier all around program in the nation.


quick question then. your team rarely wins a game (outside of your own tournament), why is that? i admire the blinded conviction though
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/14/19 09:31 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
WOW, did this guy really reference a community college as being stacked??? Now that hilarious.....Bet you'll say academically it's the same as Yale too????


Yes I did. 20 years ago when most of these coaches were probably playing their college lacrosse, the sport was very different. A community college in a heavy lacrosse area like Maryland probably had a better team than most colleges around the country. People used to come from all over to play a year or two at CCBC and then try to transfer out to bigger schools. I’ll stand by my statement.

And where did you play your college lacrosse?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/14/19 09:38 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
WOW, did this guy really reference a community college as being stacked??? Now that hilarious.....Bet you'll say academically it's the same as Yale too????



https://ccbcessexknights.com/sports/mlax/men-s_lax_history/index

He’s not really wrong.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/14/19 11:14 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Love how you all detest on 91. We were and are the top program in Baltimore at the 26 level and arguably the premier all around program in the nation.


Thanks Mark ! We all were wondering who was Top club in Nation ! Thanks for clarifying that. As we say around here. " Give it to the 9th grader "

Just to keep it real, Team 91MD nowhere in the top 25. Keep riding those Team 91 LI coattails, Mark! It suits you.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/14/19 11:23 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
WOW, did this guy really reference a community college as being stacked??? Now that hilarious.....Bet you'll say academically it's the same as Yale too????


Yes I did. 20 years ago when most of these coaches were probably playing their college lacrosse, the sport was very different. A community college in a heavy lacrosse area like Maryland probably had a better team than most colleges around the country. People used to come from all over to play a year or two at CCBC and then try to transfer out to bigger schools. I’ll stand by my statement.

And where did you play your college lacrosse?

Community college programs in this area were top notch back in the day, think this generations post grad schools. I have quite a few friends who started at CCBC and ended their careers in professional leagues.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/14/19 12:04 PM

Your son better be the best player on his team for the s you talk , you are clueless about the sport . Where a person played in college has nothing to do with there coaching level , a great player doesnt equal a great coach. According to you every team stinks except the hawks , so why are you so worried about what team are doing .
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/14/19 01:08 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
WOW, did this guy really reference a community college as being stacked??? Now that hilarious.....Bet you'll say academically it's the same as Yale too????


Yes I did. 20 years ago when most of these coaches were probably playing their college lacrosse, the sport was very different. A community college in a heavy lacrosse area like Maryland probably had a better team than most colleges around the country. People used to come from all over to play a year or two at CCBC and then try to transfer out to bigger schools. I’ll stand by my statement.

And where did you play your college lacrosse?

Community college programs in this area were top notch back in the day, think this generations post grad schools. I have quite a few friends who started at CCBC and ended their careers in professional leagues.


This isnt wrong. Club teams and recruiting wasnt nearly what it is nowadays obviously so kids often got overlooked. A year at CC often helped kids move on to bigger and better things.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/14/19 03:29 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Your son better be the best player on his team for the s you talk , you are clueless about the sport . Where a person played in college has nothing to do with there coaching level , a great player doesnt equal a great coach. According to you every team stinks except the hawks , so why are you so worried about what team are doing .


Don’t let Hawks dad get your panties in a bunch. Just ignore him. His kid probably rides the bench anyway, but hey, at least he is on the 42-0 team, right?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/14/19 04:29 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Your son better be the best player on his team for the s you talk , you are clueless about the sport . Where a person played in college has nothing to do with there coaching level , a great player doesnt equal a great coach. According to you every team stinks except the hawks , so why are you so worried about what team are doing .


no dog in this fight but your comments tweaked my curiosity. did you play d3 or cc ball & for who? or was hs ball the last stop? give us some insight into your rec coaching genius so we can demand the same of our coaches here in LI. guessing you are from jersey or eastern short?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/14/19 05:33 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Your son better be the best player on his team for the s you talk , you are clueless about the sport . Where a person played in college has nothing to do with there coaching level , a great player doesnt equal a great coach. According to you every team stinks except the hawks , so why are you so worried about what team are doing .


no dog in this fight but your comments tweaked my curiosity. did you play d3 or cc ball & for who? or was hs ball the last stop? give us some insight into your rec coaching genius so we can demand the same of our coaches here in LI. guessing you are from jersey or eastern short?


Unlike you guys, I would like to extend a heartfelt welcome to you NY parents down here on our MD forum.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/14/19 07:48 PM

I completely agree that:

-Elite players typically do not become great coaches

-Great coaches typically were not elite players

I feel that this is true for every sport
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/14/19 09:25 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
I completely agree that:

-Elite players typically do not become great coaches

-Great coaches typically were not elite players

I feel that this is true for every sport

👆🏻
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/14/19 11:19 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
I completely agree that:

-Elite players typically do not become great coaches

-Great coaches typically were not elite players

I feel that this is true for every sport


What about Petro of Hopkins
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/14/19 11:28 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
91 will give Hawks all they can handle this year. Added big lefty attack and a couple of kids from TX.

Big lefty attack? You sure about that, dad?


From Texas??? Please tell me they did not love here for Team 91 MD
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/14/19 11:35 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Your son better be the best player on his team for the s you talk , you are clueless about the sport . Where a person played in college has nothing to do with there coaching level , a great player doesnt equal a great coach. According to you every team stinks except the hawks , so why are you so worried about what team are doing .


The only person touting that their team is the best is Team91 dad. I haven’t seen one Hawks comment on being the best, but maybe I missed it somewhere in the posts about 91 being the best 26 team in the area
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/15/19 02:53 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
I completely agree that:

-Elite players typically do not become great coaches

-Great coaches typically were not elite players

I feel that this is true for every sport


What about Petro of Hopkins


I said typically

You provided me with one example

I rest my case
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/15/19 10:32 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
I completely agree that:

-Elite players typically do not become great coaches

-Great coaches typically were not elite players

I feel that this is true for every sport


What about Petro of Hopkins


I said typically

You provided me with one example

I rest my case


👆🏻
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/15/19 01:05 PM

So now that Elite division tryouts are done and AAA is wrapping up, who wants to spill the beans on the big acquisitions?


Team 91 got a LH attackmen
Who did True end up getting?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/15/19 03:08 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
So now that Elite division tryouts are done and AAA is wrapping up, who wants to spill the beans on the big acquisitions?


Team 91 got a LH attackmen
Who did True end up getting?



Hawks added another goalie. That's the only 1 fact I know for sure. Can't speculate on anything else.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/15/19 03:57 PM

Hawks added one Diamondback attack kid. True will have at least 5 or 6 Diamondback kids. True is having supplemental tryouts as they still need more kids. Crabs have a few spots open.

Heard Diamondbacks will be playing down under Greenhornets. They have rescinded offers made to their starters that went to True.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/15/19 05:23 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hawks added one Diamondback attack kid. True will have at least 5 or 6 Diamondback kids. True is having supplemental tryouts as they still need more kids. Crabs have a few spots open.

Heard Diamondbacks will be playing down under Greenhornets. They have rescinded offers made to their starters that went to True.


That is a shame. The Diamondbacks had some quality wins like repeated wins against BBL and others in HOCO. Why did this happen?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/15/19 05:26 PM

Heard Hawks also added another stud middie from the shore as well. Rich get Richer!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/15/19 06:15 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Heard Hawks also added another stud middie from the shore as well. Rich get Richer!

Are you really referring to a 12 year old kid as a stud? Wow you have completely lost your mind.... Enjoy your craziness now... High School brings on new challenges and every kid catches up... No one cares who the best 6th grade team is in Maryland..... No one cares and it really does not matter....
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/15/19 06:17 PM

Enlighten us on which goalie left their team to play Hawks. 91 and Looneys goalie arent making that drive
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/15/19 06:22 PM

Agreed!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/15/19 06:28 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Enlighten us on which goalie left their team to play Hawks. 91 and Looneys goalie arent making that drive

AYLC goalie
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/15/19 06:37 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Enlighten us on which goalie left their team to play Hawks. 91 and Looneys goalie arent making that drive

A lot more goalies out there than just the 91 and Looney’s goalies.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/15/19 06:43 PM

They had too many kids (24) and had some challenges playing all of them. I heard they had a big attack kid that joined last year from the Canons. The kid could take on two to three defenders and still score, but the coach barely used him during HOCO as he was playing favorites.

They started winning at the summer tournaments as some of the kids on the team improved as well as giving that big kid significant playing time. From what I was told, in most of the games he was double teamed a lot and that created opportunities for the other attack kids to score with no defenders on them.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/15/19 06:46 PM

Aren’t they supposed to be 11 years old entering 6th grade? Oh i guess I forgot to account for the extra/holdback age
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/15/19 06:46 PM

AYLC Goalie joined the Hawks.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/15/19 07:03 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Enlighten us on which goalie left their team to play Hawks. 91 and Looneys goalie arent making that drive


AYLC goalie.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/15/19 08:16 PM

Does anybody know anything about BLC?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/15/19 10:25 PM

BLC has not had tryouts yet.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/15/19 11:08 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
I completely agree that:

-Elite players typically do not become great coaches

-Great coaches typically were not elite players

I feel that this is true for every sport

👆🏻


There's way more examples of former great players who failed in coaching than ones who have had success.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/15/19 11:10 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hawks added one Diamondback attack kid. True will have at least 5 or 6 Diamondback kids. True is having supplemental tryouts as they still need more kids. Crabs have a few spots open.

Heard Diamondbacks will be playing down under Greenhornets. They have rescinded offers made to their starters that went to True.


I heard 9 Diamondbacks went to True
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/15/19 11:44 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Heard Hawks also added another stud middie from the shore as well. Rich get Richer!

Are you really referring to a 12 year old kid as a stud? Wow you have completely lost your mind.... Enjoy your craziness now... High School brings on new challenges and every kid catches up... No one cares who the best 6th grade team is in Maryland..... No one cares and it really does not matter....


Who is 12?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/15/19 11:47 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
BLC has not had tryouts yet.


Next Level just had their first night tonight.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/15/19 11:59 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hawks added one Diamondback attack kid. True will have at least 5 or 6 Diamondback kids. True is having supplemental tryouts as they still need more kids. Crabs have a few spots open.

Heard Diamondbacks will be playing down under Greenhornets. They have rescinded offers made to their starters that went to True.


I heard 9 Diamondbacks went to True


I guess they will play AAA then
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 01:29 AM

Anyone heard anything about FCA? I’ve heard some FCA helmets have been popping up at a lot of tryouts in the area.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 04:08 AM

Hold on, diamomdbacks went 0-7 and you’re excited about 9 kids going to true??? Seriously??? Haha...

Here is a good one...what do u get add a diamondback, rockfish and sidewinder???

Aylc....part 2, which is called True....

Save ur money guys!!!!!

91 is going to roll this year!!!!!

We have a big lefty attack!!!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 11:17 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hold on, diamomdbacks went 0-7 and you’re excited about 9 kids going to true??? Seriously??? Haha...

Here is a good one...what do u get add a diamondback, rockfish and sidewinder???

Aylc....part 2, which is called True....

Save ur money guys!!!!!

91 is going to roll this year!!!!!

We have a big lefty attack!!!


Whoever you are, I want to hang out with you. You are hilarious.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 12:17 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Heard Hawks also added another stud middie from the shore as well. Rich get Richer!

Are you really referring to a 12 year old kid as a stud? Wow you have completely lost your mind.... Enjoy your craziness now... High School brings on new challenges and every kid catches up... No one cares who the best 6th grade team is in Maryland..... No one cares and it really does not matter....


Who is 12?


Maybe the big lefty attack that went to 91 that we’ve heard about several times.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 12:31 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hold on, diamomdbacks went 0-7 and you’re excited about 9 kids going to true??? Seriously??? Haha...

Here is a good one...what do u get add a diamondback, rockfish and sidewinder???

Aylc....part 2, which is called True....

Save ur money guys!!!!!

91 is going to roll this year!!!!!

We have a big lefty attack!!!


Whoever you are, I want to hang out with you. You are hilarious.

Must be the "big" lefty attackman or his father. Ridiculous.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 01:04 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
They had too many kids (24) and had some challenges playing all of them. I heard they had a big attack kid that joined last year from the Canons. The kid could take on two to three defenders and still score, but the coach barely used him during HOCO as he was playing favorites.

They started winning at the summer tournaments as some of the kids on the team improved as well as giving that big kid significant playing time. From what I was told, in most of the games he was double teamed a lot and that created opportunities for the other attack kids to score with no defenders on them.


You have no clue what so ever

First off he starts and hardly came off the field
Second, the coach plays the best kids period. This isnt rec ball where everyone gets a turn
Third, started winning at summer???? Hawks went 42-0 going back to last September
Lastly, too many kids please. The team has depth and any kid can leave and go start for any club in MD.

FACTS!!

O's hat guy
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 01:05 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Enlighten us on which goalie left their team to play Hawks. 91 and Looneys goalie arent making that drive

A lot more goalies out there than just the 91 and Looney’s goalies.


Not any good ones!!!!!!!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 01:06 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hold on, diamomdbacks went 0-7 and you’re excited about 9 kids going to true??? Seriously??? Haha...

Here is a good one...what do u get add a diamondback, rockfish and sidewinder???

Aylc....part 2, which is called True....

Save ur money guys!!!!!

91 is going to roll this year!!!!!

We have a big lefty attack!!!


Whoever you are, I want to hang out with you. You are hilarious.

Must be the "big" lefty attackman or his father. Ridiculous.


Wasnt he at Looneys - dad yelled shoot all the time and coached the offense from the sidelines
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 01:21 PM

I agree with you. The diamondbacks coach took on a lot of Rockfish kids last year to the displeasure of the parents that had been on the team previously ("so called football parents"). They felt those Rockfish kids were bad and had this ego that their kids were elite and better than the rest of the kids as in the previous year in HOCO they were second in the elite division behind the hawks.

The parents of those kids left the team to True as they felt their kids were all that. The coach was pressured a lot to give them significant playing time over the other kids and they saw the field a lot, but did not make any difference -- hence the 0-7 record.

The 9 kids can go to True and I believe it's going to be the same results.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 01:21 PM

I agree with you. The diamondbacks coach took on a lot of Rockfish kids last year to the displeasure of the parents that had been on the team previously ("so called football parents"). They felt those Rockfish kids were bad and had this ego that their kids were elite and better than the rest of the kids as in the previous year in HOCO they were second in the elite division behind the hawks.

The parents of those kids left the team to True as they felt their kids were all that. The coach was pressured a lot to give them significant playing time over the other kids and they saw the field a lot, but did not make any difference -- hence the 0-7 record.

The 9 kids can go to True and I believe it's going to be the same results.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 01:23 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Heard Hawks also added another stud middie from the shore as well. Rich get Richer!

Are you really referring to a 12 year old kid as a stud? Wow you have completely lost your mind.... Enjoy your craziness now... High School brings on new challenges and every kid catches up... No one cares who the best 6th grade team is in Maryland..... No one cares and it really does not matter....


Who is 12?


Maybe the big lefty attack that went to 91 that we’ve heard about several times.


Odd that no one knows who this big stud lefty attack is, when a player like that would stick out and every dad in the 2026 division who chimes in on this board would know who it is. So where did he come from? Who is he? Or is this like a Big Foot kind of deal? People say he exists, but does he really?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 01:47 PM

Trust me you will find out soon enough about 91. Really not a weak spot on the team. As far as FCA players at other tryouts?? Who cares!! Do they really have any talent anyone would want?? Played them twice and not impressed. FCA and Crabs time has come and gone.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 01:48 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
The lefty attack 91 got was the tiny one from Roughriders. I would hardly call him big.


Rough Riders is rec league correct?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 01:58 PM

Are you serious? Hawks added the AYLC goalie and the big attackmen from Diamondbacks. I'll believe it when I see it. Team was already loaded
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 02:02 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Enlighten us on which goalie left their team to play Hawks. 91 and Looneys goalie arent making that drive

A lot more goalies out there than just the 91 and Looney’s goalies.


Not any good ones!!!!!!!


LOL Care to make a wager.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 02:18 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Enlighten us on which goalie left their team to play Hawks. 91 and Looneys goalie arent making that drive

A lot more goalies out there than just the 91 and Looney’s goalies.


Not any good ones!!!!!!!


LOL Care to make a wager.


We arent talking AAA here. Elite was 91, Looneys and Hawks netminders
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 02:20 PM

This 91 dad cracks me up!!!! Didn't he say the say thing about 91 last year, but at the end of the day they failed to deliver and ALWAYS used mother nature as an excuse...too windy, too hot, too sunny......honestly, you're team is too SOFT...just saying.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 02:28 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Are you serious? Hawks added the AYLC goalie and the big attackmen from Diamondbacks. I'll believe it when I see it. Team was already loaded


And one more surprise
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 02:57 PM

First of all the kid coming from the cannons only started that one game because the other attackmen were sick and they had no choice but to put him. Secondly diamondbacks did take to many players the coach was pressured by the rockfish parents. Lastly he didn't get a lot of playing time for example in the FCA game he only got 35 seconds! Oh and by the way I think me a diamondback parent would know more about him than a 91 dad. I will be on the sidelines bayhawks hat. Hope that stud attackmen works out for you.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 02:57 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Are you serious? Hawks added the AYLC goalie and the big attackmen from Diamondbacks. I'll believe it when I see it. Team was already loaded


And one more surprise


Shoes and socks for the balded headed cavemen
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 03:08 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
The lefty attack 91 got was the tiny one from Roughriders. I would hardly call him big.


Rough Riders is rec league correct?

AAA in HoCo
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 03:14 PM

True wont be any better than diamondbacks. I know this because one of the coaches on diamondbacks has left to True. This is Dave Daniels and all of the football kids on diamondbacks with a couple of kids from different club teams that probably wont make a difference. I have good one what do you get with Dave Daniels and True Daddy Ball.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 03:14 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Enlighten us on which goalie left their team to play Hawks. 91 and Looneys goalie arent making that drive

A lot more goalies out there than just the 91 and Looney’s goalies.


Not any good ones!!!!!!!


LOL Care to make a wager.


We arent talking AAA here. Elite was 91, Looneys and Hawks netminders


LOL let me know when your kid is available to shoot. Bring cash!!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 03:38 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
First of all the kid coming from the cannons only started that one game because the other attackmen were sick and they had no choice but to put him. Secondly diamondbacks did take to many players the coach was pressured by the rockfish parents. Lastly he didn't get a lot of playing time for example in the FCA game he only got 35 seconds! Oh and by the way I think me a diamondback parent would know more about him than a 91 dad. I will be on the sidelines bayhawks hat. Hope that stud attackmen works out for you.


Just curious, was there a reason why he did not get that much playing time? Are you staying with the diamondbacks?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 04:13 PM

keep telling yourself that little johnnie will catch up. it will happen it you keep a positive outlook, high school will be much different...
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 04:19 PM

hawks carried 18 and that is why they did so well. it was a legit 18. others had better top end talent but the drop off was dramatic
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 04:25 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Anyone heard anything about FCA? I’ve heard some FCA helmets have been popping up at a lot of tryouts in the area.



Apparently they made a lot of changes and upgraded their attack and midfield. My guess is what you are seeing are those that didn't make the team. There defense is solid so if they added some offensive weapons that will be improved.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 04:26 PM

he didn't play much because he's lazy, big and slow as the day is long, ball dies in his stick, and he doesn't ride. Other than that he's awesome!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 04:30 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
hawks carried 18 and that is why they did so well. it was a legit 18. others had better top end talent but the drop off was dramatic


I would love hear who had better top end talent. I'll wait because this will be good
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 04:31 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
True wont be any better than diamondbacks. I know this because one of the coaches on diamondbacks has left to True. This is Dave Daniels and all of the football kids on diamondbacks with a couple of kids from different club teams that probably wont make a difference. I have good one what do you get with Dave Daniels and True Daddy Ball.



Who?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 05:02 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
True wont be any better than diamondbacks. I know this because one of the coaches on diamondbacks has left to True. This is Dave Daniels and all of the football kids on diamondbacks with a couple of kids from different club teams that probably wont make a difference. I have good one what do you get with Dave Daniels and True Daddy Ball.



Who?

Mike Jones !
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 05:03 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
hawks carried 18 and that is why they did so well. it was a legit 18. others had better top end talent but the drop off was dramatic


Ummmmmm, who had better top end talent? They beat everyone with their top end talent and their depth.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 05:16 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
True wont be any better than diamondbacks. I know this because one of the coaches on diamondbacks has left to True. This is Dave Daniels and all of the football kids on diamondbacks with a couple of kids from different club teams that probably wont make a difference. I have good one what do you get with Dave Daniels and True Daddy Ball.



Who?


Deeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeez Nuuuuuuuts
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 05:23 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
hawks carried 18 and that is why they did so well. it was a legit 18. others had better top end talent but the drop off was dramatic



Mr. Anonymous what you’ve just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 05:26 PM

But is RR actually any good?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 05:43 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
But is RR actually any good?

Competitive in their division.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 05:50 PM

Trivia time


Which 2026 Team is undefeated against Hawks?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 06:29 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
But is RR actually any good?

Rick Ross ?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 07:28 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Trivia time


Which 2026 Team is undefeated against Hawks?


PLC
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 07:32 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Trivia time


Which 2026 Team is undefeated against Hawks?

😴 You really need to find a new audience.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 07:48 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Trivia time


Which 2026 Team is undefeated against Hawks?


Just because someone really wants this answer to feel good about themselves, the answer is PLC from 2 years ago. The Hawks were a different team then, they either cut or lost players and gained atleast 6 at the beginning of the 2018/2019 season. Hawks 2018/2019 were the best team around. There is no denying that. Anyone who tries to deny that or put claims against that is just seething with jealousy. They played teams from all over and proved time and time again, they were the team to beat- yet no one did. That 2018/2019 team was simply incredible. Let them have their year. No one can take that from them. Don’t understand why people are even trying.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 09:09 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Trivia time


Which 2026 Team is undefeated against Hawks?


Just because someone really wants this answer to feel good about themselves, the answer is PLC from 2 years ago. The Hawks were a different team then, they either cut or lost players and gained atleast 6 at the beginning of the 2018/2019 season. Hawks 2018/2019 were the best team around. There is no denying that. Anyone who tries to deny that or put claims against that is just seething with jealousy. They played teams from all over and proved time and time again, they were the team to beat- yet no one did. That 2018/2019 team was simply incredible. Let them have their year. No one can take that from them. Don’t understand why people are even trying.

Good Lord, get over yourself. No one cares about the Hawks but the Hawks. The only people who talk about the Hawks on here are the Hawks, and the 91 dad. No one else cares!!!!!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 09:20 PM

BLC tryouts are tonight anybody no anything about who will be there
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 09:39 PM

Last I checked, Laxachusetts was undefeated against the Hawks. Didn’t they beat them the last game of the year in 2018? They are 1-0 against them. And I believe they have the title of National Champs. Get over yourself Hawks. Lots of good lax played in places not named Maryland.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 10:22 PM

2020 HOCO final for 2026. Hawks vs. 91. With the addition of our Texas kids 91 pulls it out with a stellar performance by 91 goalie who shuts Harry down!!!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 10:25 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Last I checked, Laxachusetts was undefeated against the Hawks. Didn’t they beat them the last game of the year in 2018? They are 1-0 against them. And I believe they have the title of National Champs. Get over yourself Hawks. Lots of good lax played in places not named Maryland.


dream on laxachusetts daddy...watched you get mauled by the tigers at nlf semi...you weren't even good enough this year to make it to play us.& yuo lost to eclipse and who else? be honest you would be lucky to be top 5. hawks undisputed #1 and alone at #1.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 11:06 PM

To Mr. or Mrs. Anonymous. This is Dave Daniels and for you to post as anonymous and talk about 11 year old kids is sad. What is your name and address and I can swing by and we can discuss it.
If you were around and can recall, I was not the Head Coach nor had a voice this past season when we went 0-7 in HOCO.
The year before I was the Head Coach and we went to the championship against the Hawks.
Also, get your facts straight before posting as I am not coaching the 2026 True Annapolis team.
I look forward to seeing you on the field.
DAVE DANIELS
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 11:14 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
2020 HOCO final for 2026. Hawks vs. 91. With the addition of our Texas kids 91 pulls it out with a stellar performance by 91 goalie who shuts Harry down!!!

And lemme guess, the big lefty attack stud will score the winner.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 11:16 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
2020 HOCO final for 2026. Hawks vs. 91. With the addition of our Texas kids 91 pulls it out with a stellar performance by 91 goalie who shuts Harry down!!!


shouldnt 91 worry first about beating powerhouses like evolve looneys hoco teams you lose to before worrying about hawks? there might be a division in virginia that you can do real good in
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 11:26 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
2020 HOCO final for 2026. Hawks vs. 91. With the addition of our Texas kids 91 pulls it out with a stellar performance by 91 goalie who shuts Harry down!!!


TX kids wont be able to play in Hoco, just ask your director. Sad that you are excited about it.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/16/19 11:57 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
2020 HOCO final for 2026. Hawks vs. 91. With the addition of our Texas kids 91 pulls it out with a stellar performance by 91 goalie who shuts Harry down!!!


Are they getting him a step ladder to help
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/17/19 12:12 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
To Mr. or Mrs. Anonymous. This is Dave Daniels and for you to post as anonymous and talk about 11 year old kids is sad. What is your name and address and I can swing by and we can discuss it.
If you were around and can recall, I was not the Head Coach nor had a voice this past season when we went 0-7 in HOCO.
The year before I was the Head Coach and we went to the championship against the Hawks.
Also, get your facts straight before posting as I am not coaching the 2026 True Annapolis team.
I look forward to seeing you on the field.
DAVE DANIELS

👌🏻
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/17/19 02:13 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
2020 HOCO final for 2026. Hawks vs. 91. With the addition of our Texas kids 91 pulls it out with a stellar performance by 91 goalie who shuts Harry down!!!


11 year old children’s names should NOT be posted - whether everyone knows who they are or not.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/17/19 02:15 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
2020 HOCO final for 2026. Hawks vs. 91. With the addition of our Texas kids 91 pulls it out with a stellar performance by 91 goalie who shuts Harry down!!!


Did they move from Texas for Team 91? Or are you flying them in on sundays.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/18/19 04:49 PM

LXC 1
Hawks 0

(Only time they faced each other)

Must make you but hurt to see that. Oh, NLF National Champs too! Hope you enjoy that Naptown title against a bunch of nobodies.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/18/19 05:58 PM

LXC could not even get to the finals in the one tournament they could have played the Hawks....
Just sayin
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/18/19 07:04 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
LXC 1
Hawks 0

(Only time they faced each other)

Must make you but hurt to see that. Oh, NLF National Champs too! Hope you enjoy that Naptown title against a bunch of nobodies.


Again during the 2017-2018 season. Hawks had a different team 2018-2019. And apparently LXC did too as they didn’t even make it to the finals to play the Hawks this year.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/18/19 11:37 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
LXC 1
Hawks 0

(Only time they faced each other)

Must make you but hurt to see that. Oh, NLF National Champs too! Hope you enjoy that Naptown title against a bunch of nobodies.


Again during the 2017-2018 season. Hawks had a different team 2018-2019. And apparently LXC did too as they didn’t even make it to the finals to play the Hawks this year.

No one but Hawks parents cares.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/19/19 12:13 AM



Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
LXC 1
Hawks 0

(Only time they faced each other)

Must make you but hurt to see that. Oh, NLF National Champs too! Hope you enjoy that Naptown title against a bunch of nobodies.


Again during the 2017-2018 season. Hawks had a different team 2018-2019. And apparently LXC did too as they didn’t even make it to the finals to play the Hawks this year.


Ouch.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/19/19 04:38 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
LXC 1
Hawks 0

(Only time they faced each other)

Must make you but hurt to see that. Oh, NLF National Champs too! Hope you enjoy that Naptown title against a bunch of nobodies.


Again during the 2017-2018 season. Hawks had a different team 2018-2019. And apparently LXC did too as they didn’t even make it to the finals to play the Hawks this year.

No one but Hawks parents cares.


Clearly people care- they are talking about beating the Hawks in 1 game in Summer of 2018.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/19/19 02:14 PM

In other news, powerhouse True is having supplemental tryouts.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/19/19 03:13 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
In other news, powerhouse True is having supplemental tryouts.

No truer story could be truer. True story.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/19/19 03:55 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
In other news, powerhouse True is having supplemental tryouts.

No truer story could be truer. True story.



Recycling the same 50 kids through 6 different club teams is not working out. No way, not possible. This county needs 4 club teams total. North, South, East and West. The rest are rec teams
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/20/19 12:55 AM

True is a waste of time, save your money diamondbacks 2.0, 0-7 in hoco.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/20/19 01:03 AM

Anybody know about diamondbacks heard they wont have a team neither will the 2025 diamondbacks. Heard the kids went to true 10 kids, sidewinders a little bit, and some to aylc (the goalie and a defender). I saw a kid from diamondbacks at Bethesda tryouts he looked really good. I think if he gets the deal he might accept
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/20/19 12:02 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Anybody know about diamondbacks heard they wont have a team neither will the 2025 diamondbacks. Heard the kids went to true 10 kids, sidewinders a little bit, and some to aylc (the goalie and a defender). I saw a kid from diamondbacks at Bethesda tryouts he looked really good. I think if he gets the deal he might accept



Who cares about AAA, AA and rec laxcrosse - hit the wall kids mommy and daddy can take you to 7 tryouts and the results are the same
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/20/19 12:04 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
To Mr. or Mrs. Anonymous. This is Dave Daniels and for you to post as anonymous and talk about 11 year old kids is sad. What is your name and address and I can swing by and we can discuss it.
If you were around and can recall, I was not the Head Coach nor had a voice this past season when we went 0-7 in HOCO.
The year before I was the Head Coach and we went to the championship against the Hawks.
Also, get your facts straight before posting as I am not coaching the 2026 True Annapolis team.
I look forward to seeing you on the field.
DAVE DANIELS

👌🏻


Can you wear a name tag because I dont think anyone knows who you are?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/20/19 12:41 PM

Does anyone know if there are supplemental tryouts. We had tryouts 2 times at 6 different places and not ready to make the commitment. Need more tryouts
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/20/19 01:14 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Anybody know about diamondbacks heard they wont have a team neither will the 2025 diamondbacks. Heard the kids went to true 10 kids, sidewinders a little bit, and some to aylc (the goalie and a defender). I saw a kid from diamondbacks at Bethesda tryouts he looked really good. I think if he gets the deal he might accept


Email the directors and ask. You have a better chance of getting a straight answer. But here is my 2¢ since you didn’t ask for it. Too many clubs. Talent dilutes. Clubs fold. Unfortunately it is now the norm. Diamondbacks is probably gone thanks to yet another club starting up, and in two years time, True will be folding teams as well. Just like Eastside, just like Peninsula.
It’s a shame for the players, because this is all about the parents and their egos, not the kids, especially at 2025,26,27 and 28 levels. Here’s some advice, don’t sink $2K into a new club that has no roots. Stick to the clubs that have been around for longer than 10 years, that have solid recruiting in place for the high school teams, that have history.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/20/19 03:47 PM

PLC is holding its last tryout on Sunday

PLC is a great local Club with oustanding leadership and coaching. Dont be left out!


EO
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/20/19 06:24 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
PLC is holding its last tryout on Sunday

PLC is a great local Club with oustanding leadership and coaching. Dont be left out!


EO


Don't be left out this year when they fold the team next year like they did last year. It's too funny!!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/21/19 11:26 AM

What about the other elite teams? Did they get bigger, smaller, better, worse, fold?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/21/19 12:03 PM

Apparently the big diamondbacks attack, went to Next Level. Who plan on being in elite bracket this year.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/21/19 02:17 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
PLC is holding its last tryout on Sunday

PLC is a great local Club with oustanding leadership and coaching. Dont be left out!


EO


Don't be left out this year when they fold the team next year like they did last year. It's too funny!!


Nothing has folded except Bay Dogs. PLC is fielding teams at every age group including high school. Cant say that for AYLC!

EO
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/21/19 02:18 PM

Sidewinders Final Tryout is this weekend

Fangs out!!!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/21/19 04:59 PM

Let's talk some lacrosse instead of taking jabs at teams, players and parents. What teams are gong to make up the Elite Hoco bracket this year and what ones will be going AAA. This is a sincere question. Not trolling. Is anyone going to move up or down. Very curious on people's thoughts.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/21/19 05:42 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Let's talk some lacrosse instead of taking jabs at teams, players and parents. What teams are gong to make up the Elite Hoco bracket this year and what ones will be going AAA. This is a sincere question. Not trolling. Is anyone going to move up or down. Very curious on people's thoughts.


I wouldn't expect a whole lot of changes. Maybe Next level or VLC take the Diamondbacks spot in Elite? Sidewinders move up to AAA and 3D drops down to AA? It probably depends where they put True.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/21/19 05:44 PM

Diamondbacks wont be in Elite
Next Level should be in Elite
I dont see any real changes - maybe AYLC comes up
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/21/19 05:49 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Let's talk some lacrosse instead of taking jabs at teams, players and parents. What teams are gong to make up the Elite Hoco bracket this year and what ones will be going AAA. This is a sincere question. Not trolling. Is anyone going to move up or down. Very curious on people's thoughts.


I'll take a crack at it :

Elite -

Hawks
91
Looneys
Bethesda
Madlax
FCA
Next Level
VLC

AAA -

Crabs
Roughriders
3d Virginia
Darkhorse
True
Green Hornets
Sidewinders
FLC
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/21/19 07:04 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
To Mr. or Mrs. Anonymous. This is Dave Daniels and for you to post as anonymous and talk about 11 year old kids is sad. What is your name and address and I can swing by and we can discuss it.
If you were around and can recall, I was not the Head Coach nor had a voice this past season when we went 0-7 in HOCO.
The year before I was the Head Coach and we went to the championship against the Hawks.
Also, get your facts straight before posting as I am not coaching the 2026 True Annapolis team.
I look forward to seeing you on the field.
DAVE DANIELS

👌🏻


Can you wear a name tag because I dont think anyone knows who you are?


That was Dave Daniels
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/21/19 07:54 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Let's talk some lacrosse instead of taking jabs at teams, players and parents. What teams are gong to make up the Elite Hoco bracket this year and what ones will be going AAA. This is a sincere question. Not trolling. Is anyone going to move up or down. Very curious on people's thoughts.


I'll take a crack at it :

Elite -

Hawks
91
Looneys
Bethesda
Madlax
FCA
Next Level
VLC

AAA -

Crabs
Roughriders
3d Virginia
Darkhorse
True
Green Hornets
Sidewinders
FLC


Where is AYLC?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/21/19 07:57 PM

Did Crabs lose players? Why would they drop down. And unless Next Level acquired talent, they should stay AAA.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/21/19 08:11 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Let's talk some lacrosse instead of taking jabs at teams, players and parents. What teams are gong to make up the Elite Hoco bracket this year and what ones will be going AAA. This is a sincere question. Not trolling. Is anyone going to move up or down. Very curious on people's thoughts.


I'll take a crack at it :

Elite -

Hawks
91
Looneys
Bethesda
Madlax
FCA
Next Level
VLC

AAA -

Crabs
Roughriders
3d Virginia
Darkhorse
True
Green Hornets
Sidewinders
FLC


Where is AYLC?


AA
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/21/19 08:15 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Let's talk some lacrosse instead of taking jabs at teams, players and parents. What teams are gong to make up the Elite Hoco bracket this year and what ones will be going AAA. This is a sincere question. Not trolling. Is anyone going to move up or down. Very curious on people's thoughts.


I'll take a crack at it :

Elite -

Hawks
91
Looneys
Bethesda
Madlax
FCA
Next Level
VLC

AAA -

Crabs
Roughriders
3d Virginia
Darkhorse
True
Green Hornets
Sidewinders
FLC


This one looks good. I will be very interested to see if Crabs go down to AAA, thought they had to be locked in to Elite because of the brand name. AYLC not mentioned despite being in AAA championship last year. Do they go up or down?
Anyone have information on the league on Saturdays at St Pauls. MPL Is that a quality
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/21/19 08:17 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Did Crabs lose players? Why would they drop down. And unless Next Level acquired talent, they should stay AAA.


So going 1-5 with your only win against the 0-6 team who folded in the offseason is reason to STAY in Elite ?

They could have stayed the same and wouldnt deserve to be there. They won over the summer when playing down against AAA level teams and couldnt even beat all of them.

They did lose players, and probably gained a few holdbacks from their 2025 team as is their M.O. You should have to prove you belong in Elite based on what you did the previous year. Thats why Next Level ( who won AAA ) and VLC should go up to Elite. Sidewinders and FLC were the top of AA and should have the chance to compete at AAA this year.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/21/19 08:38 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Did Crabs lose players? Why would they drop down. And unless Next Level acquired talent, they should stay AAA.


So going 1-5 with your only win against the 0-6 team who folded in the offseason is reason to STAY in Elite ?

They could have stayed the same and wouldnt deserve to be there. They won over the summer when playing down against AAA level teams and couldnt even beat all of them.

They did lose players, and probably gained a few holdbacks from their 2025 team as is their M.O. You should have to prove you belong in Elite based on what you did the previous year. Thats why Next Level ( who won AAA ) and VLC should go up to Elite. Sidewinders and FLC were the top of AA and should have the chance to compete at AAA this year.


One losing season in elite doesn't constitute a move down. Look at 91. And if they did acquire reclassed kids, then even more reason to stay put. Plus Daddy Crab won’t allow AAA.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/21/19 08:39 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Let's talk some lacrosse instead of taking jabs at teams, players and parents. What teams are gong to make up the Elite Hoco bracket this year and what ones will be going AAA. This is a sincere question. Not trolling. Is anyone going to move up or down. Very curious on people's thoughts.


I'll take a crack at it :

Elite -

Hawks
91
Looneys
Bethesda
Madlax
FCA
Next Level
VLC

AAA -

Crabs
Roughriders
3d Virginia
Darkhorse
True
Green Hornets
Sidewinders
FLC


Where is AYLC?


If you believe what you read here....they've lost enough talent to Hawks and True to not be competitive at AAA this coming year.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/21/19 09:27 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Did Crabs lose players? Why would they drop down. And unless Next Level acquired talent, they should stay AAA.


So going 1-5 with your only win against the 0-6 team who folded in the offseason is reason to STAY in Elite ?

They could have stayed the same and wouldnt deserve to be there. They won over the summer when playing down against AAA level teams and couldnt even beat all of them.

They did lose players, and probably gained a few holdbacks from their 2025 team as is their M.O. You should have to prove you belong in Elite based on what you did the previous year. Thats why Next Level ( who won AAA ) and VLC should go up to Elite. Sidewinders and FLC were the top of AA and should have the chance to compete at AAA this year.


One losing season in elite doesn't constitute a move down. Look at 91. And if they did acquire reclassed kids, then even more reason to stay put. Plus Daddy Crab won’t allow AAA.


Even when it was their ONLY season as a team ?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/22/19 01:52 AM

With all this talk about the new team True Annapolis, how much does it cost and who are their coaches?

Heard they're still having tryouts this weekend and might have my son got over.

Strange they don't post that info-huh?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/22/19 01:36 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
To Mr. or Mrs. Anonymous. This is Dave Daniels and for you to post as anonymous and talk about 11 year old kids is sad. What is your name and address and I can swing by and we can discuss it.
If you were around and can recall, I was not the Head Coach nor had a voice this past season when we went 0-7 in HOCO.
The year before I was the Head Coach and we went to the championship against the Hawks.
Also, get your facts straight before posting as I am not coaching the 2026 True Annapolis team.
I look forward to seeing you on the field.
DAVE DANIELS

👌🏻


Can you wear a name tag because I dont think anyone knows who you are?


That was Dave Daniels


Again if Dave Daniels walked onto the field I wouldnt know who he was?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/22/19 01:42 PM

True sent out and email blast about tryouts this weekend as well as Sidewinders

Next Level and Bethesda will add players - they will be good next year
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/22/19 02:18 PM

The donkeys are still having tryouts and Elite teams are booking hotels for Summer already
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/22/19 03:25 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
The donkeys are still having tryouts and Elite teams are booking hotels for Summer already

Hello ∂-bag. You are nowhere near as knowledgeable as you think you are.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/22/19 03:47 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Did Crabs lose players? Why would they drop down. And unless Next Level acquired talent, they should stay AAA.


So going 1-5 with your only win against the 0-6 team who folded in the offseason is reason to STAY in Elite ?

They could have stayed the same and wouldnt deserve to be there. They won over the summer when playing down against AAA level teams and couldnt even beat all of them.

They did lose players, and probably gained a few holdbacks from their 2025 team as is their M.O. You should have to prove you belong in Elite based on what you did the previous year. Thats why Next Level ( who won AAA ) and VLC should go up to Elite. Sidewinders and FLC were the top of AA and should have the chance to compete at AAA this year.

The HOCO league is set by a competition committee made up of the top clubs. This is not determined by previous record or summer results. First, last year's 91 MD team one won game in three years and remained elite due to the club owner. VLC is owned by Crabs and will not put the team in Elite and Crabs in AAA that just won't happen. Elite is a marketing hammerhead and messing with it effects $$$. The other clubs will never allow one club to have two teams in Elite.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/22/19 04:09 PM

True took over MD Wolfpack and I didn’t see any results there. In fact. What makes everyone so sure that this new True project is going to be successful?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/22/19 05:38 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Did Crabs lose players? Why would they drop down. And unless Next Level acquired talent, they should stay AAA.


So going 1-5 with your only win against the 0-6 team who folded in the offseason is reason to STAY in Elite ?

They could have stayed the same and wouldnt deserve to be there. They won over the summer when playing down against AAA level teams and couldnt even beat all of them.

They did lose players, and probably gained a few holdbacks from their 2025 team as is their M.O. You should have to prove you belong in Elite based on what you did the previous year. Thats why Next Level ( who won AAA ) and VLC should go up to Elite. Sidewinders and FLC were the top of AA and should have the chance to compete at AAA this year.

The HOCO league is set by a competition committee made up of the top clubs. This is not determined by previous record or summer results. First, last year's 91 MD team one won game in three years and remained elite due to the club owner. VLC is owned by Crabs and will not put the team in Elite and Crabs in AAA that just won't happen. Elite is a marketing hammerhead and messing with it effects $$$. The other clubs will never allow one club to have two teams in Elite.


Understand politics are in play, but...if the best 8 teams are in it, Crabs is not and VLC is. Crabs did not play elite in the 25 division last year.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/22/19 09:58 PM

I think the parents and the owners care more about division placement than the boys. My son plays for VLC and he and his teammates had a blast playing in AAA last spring and winning most of their games. They have added some good new players, and have matured as a team, and have an elite level goalie, so I think that they would do fine in Elite next spring if they are put there. But the competition in AAA is not bad either and I would be fine staying there, maybe winning the division, and then moving up to Elite after another year or two of recruiting upgrades. Nobody has earned a D1 scholarship by peaking in 6th grade!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/22/19 11:06 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
I think the parents and the owners care more about division placement than the boys. My son plays for VLC and he and his teammates had a blast playing in AAA last spring and winning most of their games. They have added some good new players, and have matured as a team, and have an elite level goalie, so I think that they would do fine in Elite next spring if they are put there. But the competition in AAA is not bad either and I would be fine staying there, maybe winning the division, and then moving up to Elite after another year or two of recruiting upgrades. Nobody has earned a D1 scholarship by peaking in 6th grade!


A parent who gets it!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/23/19 11:24 AM

This actually not true. There are at least 10 Hawks 2026 players that already have D1 offers.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/23/19 12:21 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
This actually not true. There are at least 10 Hawks 2026 players that already have D1 offers.

I heard one of them has offers from five different top D1 programs.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/23/19 12:45 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
This actually not true. There are at least 10 Hawks 2026 players that already have D1 offers.


And Drivers Licenses ...
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/23/19 01:24 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
This actually not true. There are at least 10 Hawks 2026 players that already have D1 offers.

That is because they are close to the age of other college bound student athlete's
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/23/19 01:51 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
This actually not true. There are at least 10 Hawks 2026 players that already have D1 offers.


Those offers mean absolutely nothing.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/23/19 02:35 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
This actually not true. There are at least 10 Hawks 2026 players that already have D1 offers.


Those offers mean absolutely nothing.

SMH
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/23/19 06:32 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
This actually not true. There are at least 10 Hawks 2026 players that already have D1 offers.


This Hawks team is the greatest group of talent we've ever seen! They will never lose a game! Parents should be proud.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/23/19 11:10 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
This actually not true. There are at least 10 Hawks 2026 players that already have D1 offers.


This Hawks team is the greatest group of talent we've ever seen! They will never lose a game! Parents should be proud.


Ok big daddy
Posted By: GetALife

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/24/19 02:58 AM

And just like that, there is the story of the apple falling from the tree!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/25/19 01:37 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
This actually not true. There are at least 10 Hawks 2026 players that already have D1 offers.

I heard one of them has offers from five different top D1 programs.


A few of them actually do. Offers are from Get, Your, F*%#ing, Rumors, Straight. And when you do, you’ll realize these boys were all born in 2007/2008 and work their tails off to succeed. There’s no secrets, no middle school hold backs- just good old fashioned talent, size, grit and coaching.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/25/19 06:55 PM

Go Hawks Go! Greatest team in the history of youth sports! The rest of you should just quit playing!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/25/19 08:05 PM

Hawks blow.
Will be 3rd in HOCO this year.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/25/19 09:05 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
This actually not true. There are at least 10 Hawks 2026 players that already have D1 offers.


And Drivers Licenses ...


And should be proud as all have already registered for selective service . Well Done lads !
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/25/19 09:16 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
This actually not true. There are at least 10 Hawks 2026 players that already have D1 offers.

I heard one of them has offers from five different top D1 programs.


A few of them actually do. Offers are from Get, Your, F*%#ing, Rumors, Straight. And when you do, you’ll realize these boys were all born in 2007/2008 and work their tails off to succeed. There’s no secrets, no middle school hold backs- just good old fashioned talent, size, grit and coaching.


I hope you understand those offers are completely worthless and can be rescinded at any moment for any reason because they are not binding in any way at this age. Yeah it’s a feel good moment when little Johnny gets that D1 offer when he’s 11 years old...until all the boys hit high school, and size and strength start to even out, and it becomes painfully obvious that little Johnny may have peaked too early, and the next thing you know he’s playing D3 at a community college if he’s lucky, but just knows his team would have won states if coach had put him in because he can throw a football over them mountains.

Get real talking about D1 offers to 11 year olds. It’s a win-win for the school. If they’re lucky the kid pans out and was so hyped about his offer at 11 years old that he honors his commitment and attends the university. More likely the kid won’t pan out, and the school will then rescind that offer with the quickness.

What a joke. D1 offers. I can’t laugh at you hard enough.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/25/19 11:12 PM

How dense is this conversation, kids can't commit till junior year now. NO kid that is 11 has any offer, get real.....you guys have seriously lost your mind....
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/25/19 11:50 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
This actually not true. There are at least 10 Hawks 2026 players that already have D1 offers.

I heard one of them has offers from five different top D1 programs.


A few of them actually do. Offers are from Get, Your, F*%#ing, Rumors, Straight. And when you do, you’ll realize these boys were all born in 2007/2008 and work their tails off to succeed. There’s no secrets, no middle school hold backs- just good old fashioned talent, size, grit and coaching.


I hope you understand those offers are completely worthless and can be rescinded at any moment for any reason because they are not binding in any way at this age. Yeah it’s a feel good moment when little Johnny gets that D1 offer when he’s 11 years old...until all the boys hit high school, and size and strength start to even out, and it becomes painfully obvious that little Johnny may have peaked too early, and the next thing you know he’s playing D3 at a community college if he’s lucky, but just knows his team would have won states if coach had put him in because he can throw a football over them mountains.

Get real talking about D1 offers to 11 year olds. It’s a win-win for the school. If they’re lucky the kid pans out and was so hyped about his offer at 11 years old that he honors his commitment and attends the university. More likely the kid won’t pan out, and the school will then rescind that offer with the quickness.

What a joke. D1 offers. I can’t laugh at you hard enough.


Wait - you thought I was serious? It’s called sarcasm. there are no D1 scholarships being given out to hawks 2026 players. My God you all have lost it. Signed a Hawks parent
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/26/19 12:00 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
This actually not true. There are at least 10 Hawks 2026 players that already have D1 offers.

I heard one of them has offers from five different top D1 programs.


A few of them actually do. Offers are from Get, Your, F*%#ing, Rumors, Straight. And when you do, you’ll realize these boys were all born in 2007/2008 and work their tails off to succeed. There’s no secrets, no middle school hold backs- just good old fashioned talent, size, grit and coaching.


I hope you understand those offers are completely worthless and can be rescinded at any moment for any reason because they are not binding in any way at this age. Yeah it’s a feel good moment when little Johnny gets that D1 offer when he’s 11 years old...until all the boys hit high school, and size and strength start to even out, and it becomes painfully obvious that little Johnny may have peaked too early, and the next thing you know he’s playing D3 at a community college if he’s lucky, but just knows his team would have won states if coach had put him in because he can throw a football over them mountains.

Get real talking about D1 offers to 11 year olds. It’s a win-win for the school. If they’re lucky the kid pans out and was so hyped about his offer at 11 years old that he honors his commitment and attends the university. More likely the kid won’t pan out, and the school will then rescind that offer with the quickness.

What a joke. D1 offers. I can’t laugh at you hard enough.


Pretty sure you're the joke. There needs to be a sarcasm font.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/26/19 12:42 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
This actually not true. There are at least 10 Hawks 2026 players that already have D1 offers.

I heard one of them has offers from five different top D1 programs.


A few of them actually do. Offers are from Get, Your, F*%#ing, Rumors, Straight. And when you do, you’ll realize these boys were all born in 2007/2008 and work their tails off to succeed. There’s no secrets, no middle school hold backs- just good old fashioned talent, size, grit and coaching.


I hope you understand those offers are completely worthless and can be rescinded at any moment for any reason because they are not binding in any way at this age. Yeah it’s a feel good moment when little Johnny gets that D1 offer when he’s 11 years old...until all the boys hit high school, and size and strength start to even out, and it becomes painfully obvious that little Johnny may have peaked too early, and the next thing you know he’s playing D3 at a community college if he’s lucky, but just knows his team would have won states if coach had put him in because he can throw a football over them mountains.

Get real talking about D1 offers to 11 year olds. It’s a win-win for the school. If they’re lucky the kid pans out and was so hyped about his offer at 11 years old that he honors his commitment and attends the university. More likely the kid won’t pan out, and the school will then rescind that offer with the quickness.

What a joke. D1 offers. I can’t laugh at you hard enough.



This must be a comedy routine or some really bad acting. Offers ??? LOL.. Why stop at imaginary college rumor offers..Why not go straight to Pro drafts with a bonus ! That way it will be a great " feel good moment " with money !

Hopefully this is comedy and not a bunch of nitwits arguing over imaginary offers that arent allowed until 11th grade for D1 lax.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/26/19 02:20 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
This actually not true. There are at least 10 Hawks 2026 players that already have D1 offers.

I heard one of them has offers from five different top D1 programs.


A few of them actually do. Offers are from Get, Your, F*%#ing, Rumors, Straight. And when you do, you’ll realize these boys were all born in 2007/2008 and work their tails off to succeed. There’s no secrets, no middle school hold backs- just good old fashioned talent, size, grit and coaching.


I hope you understand those offers are completely worthless and can be rescinded at any moment for any reason because they are not binding in any way at this age. Yeah it’s a feel good moment when little Johnny gets that D1 offer when he’s 11 years old...until all the boys hit high school, and size and strength start to even out, and it becomes painfully obvious that little Johnny may have peaked too early, and the next thing you know he’s playing D3 at a community college if he’s lucky, but just knows his team would have won states if coach had put him in because he can throw a football over them mountains.

Get real talking about D1 offers to 11 year olds. It’s a win-win for the school. If they’re lucky the kid pans out and was so hyped about his offer at 11 years old that he honors his commitment and attends the university. More likely the kid won’t pan out, and the school will then rescind that offer with the quickness.

What a joke. D1 offers. I can’t laugh at you hard enough.



This must be a comedy routine or some really bad acting. Offers ??? LOL.. Why stop at imaginary college rumor offers..Why not go straight to Pro drafts with a bonus ! That way it will be a great " feel good moment " with money !

Hopefully this is comedy and not a bunch of nitwits arguing over imaginary offers that arent allowed until 11th grade for D1 lax.



I liked the Napoleon Dynamite reference. Made me laugh. Well played.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/26/19 10:04 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous


Wait - you thought I was serious? It’s called sarcasm. there are no D1 scholarships being given out to hawks 2026 players. My God you all have lost it. Signed a Hawks parent

Don’t worry Hawks parent, those of us who knew it was sarcasm knew it was you.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/26/19 12:31 PM

Removing the Hawks from the equation so we don't need to hear the arguing about hold backs. Who were the big winners from tryouts. Not DC or VA, just MD 2026 teams. Interested to hear people's thoughts of how things shook out after tryouts and where teams stand.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/26/19 02:28 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
This actually not true. There are at least 10 Hawks 2026 players that already have D1 offers.

I heard one of them has offers from five different top D1 programs.


A few of them actually do. Offers are from Get, Your, F*%#ing, Rumors, Straight. And when you do, you’ll realize these boys were all born in 2007/2008 and work their tails off to succeed. There’s no secrets, no middle school hold backs- just good old fashioned talent, size, grit and coaching.


I hope you understand those offers are completely worthless and can be rescinded at any moment for any reason because they are not binding in any way at this age. Yeah it’s a feel good moment when little Johnny gets that D1 offer when he’s 11 years old...until all the boys hit high school, and size and strength start to even out, and it becomes painfully obvious that little Johnny may have peaked too early, and the next thing you know he’s playing D3 at a community college if he’s lucky, but just knows his team would have won states if coach had put him in because he can throw a football over them mountains.

Get real talking about D1 offers to 11 year olds. It’s a win-win for the school. If they’re lucky the kid pans out and was so hyped about his offer at 11 years old that he honors his commitment and attends the university. More likely the kid won’t pan out, and the school will then rescind that offer with the quickness.

What a joke. D1 offers. I can’t laugh at you hard enough.


Talk about a miserable Monday. My son's offer from UNC was rescinded this morning. At least he still has Cornell, OSU, UND and Georgetown as options.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/26/19 02:52 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
This actually not true. There are at least 10 Hawks 2026 players that already have D1 offers.

I heard one of them has offers from five different top D1 programs.


A few of them actually do. Offers are from Get, Your, F*%#ing, Rumors, Straight. And when you do, you’ll realize these boys were all born in 2007/2008 and work their tails off to succeed. There’s no secrets, no middle school hold backs- just good old fashioned talent, size, grit and coaching.


I hope you understand those offers are completely worthless and can be rescinded at any moment for any reason because they are not binding in any way at this age. Yeah it’s a feel good moment when little Johnny gets that D1 offer when he’s 11 years old...until all the boys hit high school, and size and strength start to even out, and it becomes painfully obvious that little Johnny may have peaked too early, and the next thing you know he’s playing D3 at a community college if he’s lucky, but just knows his team would have won states if coach had put him in because he can throw a football over them mountains.

Get real talking about D1 offers to 11 year olds. It’s a win-win for the school. If they’re lucky the kid pans out and was so hyped about his offer at 11 years old that he honors his commitment and attends the university. More likely the kid won’t pan out, and the school will then rescind that offer with the quickness.

What a joke. D1 offers. I can’t laugh at you hard enough.


Talk about a miserable Monday. My son's offer from UNC was rescinded this morning. At least he still has Cornell, OSU, UND and Georgetown as options.


When is his official visit to UND? Hopefully during an Irish home game.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/26/19 03:36 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
This actually not true. There are at least 10 Hawks 2026 players that already have D1 offers.

I heard one of them has offers from five different top D1 programs.


A few of them actually do. Offers are from Get, Your, F*%#ing, Rumors, Straight. And when you do, you’ll realize these boys were all born in 2007/2008 and work their tails off to succeed. There’s no secrets, no middle school hold backs- just good old fashioned talent, size, grit and coaching.


I hope you understand those offers are completely worthless and can be rescinded at any moment for any reason because they are not binding in any way at this age. Yeah it’s a feel good moment when little Johnny gets that D1 offer when he’s 11 years old...until all the boys hit high school, and size and strength start to even out, and it becomes painfully obvious that little Johnny may have peaked too early, and the next thing you know he’s playing D3 at a community college if he’s lucky, but just knows his team would have won states if coach had put him in because he can throw a football over them mountains.

Get real talking about D1 offers to 11 year olds. It’s a win-win for the school. If they’re lucky the kid pans out and was so hyped about his offer at 11 years old that he honors his commitment and attends the university. More likely the kid won’t pan out, and the school will then rescind that offer with the quickness.

What a joke. D1 offers. I can’t laugh at you hard enough.


Talk about a miserable Monday. My son's offer from UNC was rescinded this morning. At least he still has Cornell, OSU, UND and Georgetown as options.

I guess he was not good enough to get attention from UVA and Duke? Have him hit the wall.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/26/19 04:00 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
This actually not true. There are at least 10 Hawks 2026 players that already have D1 offers.

I heard one of them has offers from five different top D1 programs.


A few of them actually do. Offers are from Get, Your, F*%#ing, Rumors, Straight. And when you do, you’ll realize these boys were all born in 2007/2008 and work their tails off to succeed. There’s no secrets, no middle school hold backs- just good old fashioned talent, size, grit and coaching.


I hope you understand those offers are completely worthless and can be rescinded at any moment for any reason because they are not binding in any way at this age. Yeah it’s a feel good moment when little Johnny gets that D1 offer when he’s 11 years old...until all the boys hit high school, and size and strength start to even out, and it becomes painfully obvious that little Johnny may have peaked too early, and the next thing you know he’s playing D3 at a community college if he’s lucky, but just knows his team would have won states if coach had put him in because he can throw a football over them mountains.

Get real talking about D1 offers to 11 year olds. It’s a win-win for the school. If they’re lucky the kid pans out and was so hyped about his offer at 11 years old that he honors his commitment and attends the university. More likely the kid won’t pan out, and the school will then rescind that offer with the quickness.

What a joke. D1 offers. I can’t laugh at you hard enough.


Talk about a miserable Monday. My son's offer from UNC was rescinded this morning. At least he still has Cornell, OSU, UND and Georgetown as options.

I guess he was not good enough to get attention from UVA and Duke? Have him hit the wall.


He wants to go to school up North. His girlfriend is going to play soccer at Penn State so he is hoping to get a look from them as well.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/26/19 05:27 PM



I hope you understand those offers are completely worthless and can be rescinded at any moment for any reason because they are not binding in any way at this age. Yeah it’s a feel good moment when little Johnny gets that D1 offer when he’s 11 years old...until all the boys hit high school, and size and strength start to even out, and it becomes painfully obvious that little Johnny may have peaked too early, and the next thing you know he’s playing D3 at a community college if he’s lucky, but just knows his team would have won states if coach had put him in because he can throw a football over them mountains.

Get real talking about D1 offers to 11 year olds. It’s a win-win for the school. If they’re lucky the kid pans out and was so hyped about his offer at 11 years old that he honors his commitment and attends the university. More likely the kid won’t pan out, and the school will then rescind that offer with the quickness.

What a joke. D1 offers. I can’t laugh at you hard enough.[/quote]

Talk about a miserable Monday. My son's offer from UNC was rescinded this morning. At least he still has Cornell, OSU, UND and Georgetown as options.
[/quote]
I guess he was not good enough to get attention from UVA and Duke? Have him hit the wall.[/quote]

He wants to go to school up North. His girlfriend is going to play soccer at Penn State so he is hoping to get a look from them as well.[/quote]

He's only 11, he has time to catch their eye.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/27/19 05:15 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Removing the Hawks from the equation so we don't need to hear the arguing about hold backs. Who were the big winners from tryouts. Not DC or VA, just MD 2026 teams. Interested to hear people's thoughts of how things shook out after tryouts and where teams stand.


Hawks are the clear #1 in this division followed by Looney's and 91. After that I think its pretty even but based on what I saw at tryouts this year FCA and 91 seemed to have the most talent; again I am excluding the Hawks. Both had athletic attack and midfield and I think these two team will have the best defenses; big and fast, at the 26 level. I was impressed with both tryouts.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/27/19 05:53 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Removing the Hawks from the equation so we don't need to hear the arguing about hold backs. Who were the big winners from tryouts. Not DC or VA, just MD 2026 teams. Interested to hear people's thoughts of how things shook out after tryouts and where teams stand.


Hawks are the clear #1 in this division followed by Looney's and 91. After that I think its pretty even but based on what I saw at tryouts this year FCA and 91 seemed to have the most talent; again I am excluding the Hawks. Both had athletic attack and midfield and I think these two team will have the best defenses; big and fast, at the 26 level. I was impressed with both tryouts.


Is there a reason Crabs can't pull the players these other Baltimore County teams are getting?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/27/19 06:13 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Removing the Hawks from the equation so we don't need to hear the arguing about hold backs. Who were the big winners from tryouts. Not DC or VA, just MD 2026 teams. Interested to hear people's thoughts of how things shook out after tryouts and where teams stand.


Hawks are the clear #1 in this division followed by Looney's and 91. After that I think its pretty even but based on what I saw at tryouts this year FCA and 91 seemed to have the most talent; again I am excluding the Hawks. Both had athletic attack and midfield and I think these two team will have the best defenses; big and fast, at the 26 level. I was impressed with both tryouts.


Is there a reason Crabs can't pull the players these other Baltimore County teams are getting?


Agree in HOCO it is Hawks then Looneys #2...after that: BLC, Diamondbacks, Crabs, 91md going off summer tournaments results
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/27/19 07:24 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Removing the Hawks from the equation so we don't need to hear the arguing about hold backs. Who were the big winners from tryouts. Not DC or VA, just MD 2026 teams. Interested to hear people's thoughts of how things shook out after tryouts and where teams stand.


Hawks are the clear #1 in this division followed by Looney's and 91. After that I think its pretty even but based on what I saw at tryouts this year FCA and 91 seemed to have the most talent; again I am excluding the Hawks. Both had athletic attack and midfield and I think these two team will have the best defenses; big and fast, at the 26 level. I was impressed with both tryouts.



Looneys and 91 has some really good kids. There are talented kids in the Elite division. Cant wait for the fall tournaments
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/27/19 07:43 PM

Yes...
Crabs blow...
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/27/19 07:47 PM

Looneys?
Really?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/27/19 08:54 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Removing the Hawks from the equation so we don't need to hear the arguing about hold backs. Who were the big winners from tryouts. Not DC or VA, just MD 2026 teams. Interested to hear people's thoughts of how things shook out after tryouts and where teams stand.


Hawks are the clear #1 in this division followed by Looney's and 91. After that I think its pretty even but based on what I saw at tryouts this year FCA and 91 seemed to have the most talent; again I am excluding the Hawks. Both had athletic attack and midfield and I think these two team will have the best defenses; big and fast, at the 26 level. I was impressed with both tryouts.



Looneys and 91 has some really good kids. There are talented kids in the Elite division. Cant wait for the fall tournaments


based on summer play hawks, blc, looneys, diamondbacks, madlax, crabs, 91, aylc, vlc. who will it be this year?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/28/19 01:32 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Removing the Hawks from the equation so we don't need to hear the arguing about hold backs. Who were the big winners from tryouts. Not DC or VA, just MD 2026 teams. Interested to hear people's thoughts of how things shook out after tryouts and where teams stand.


Hawks are the clear #1 in this division followed by Looney's and 91. After that I think its pretty even but based on what I saw at tryouts this year FCA and 91 seemed to have the most talent; again I am excluding the Hawks. Both had athletic attack and midfield and I think these two team will have the best defenses; big and fast, at the 26 level. I was impressed with both tryouts.



Looneys and 91 has some really good kids. There are talented kids in the Elite division. Cant wait for the fall tournaments


based on summer play hawks, blc, looneys, diamondbacks, madlax, crabs, 91, aylc, vlc. who will it be this year?


Whoever has the most holdbacks..Very simple equation in MD.. Most Holdbacks= Most Victories
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/28/19 02:25 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Removing the Hawks from the equation so we don't need to hear the arguing about hold backs. Who were the big winners from tryouts. Not DC or VA, just MD 2026 teams. Interested to hear people's thoughts of how things shook out after tryouts and where teams stand.


Hawks are the clear #1 in this division followed by Looney's and 91. After that I think its pretty even but based on what I saw at tryouts this year FCA and 91 seemed to have the most talent; again I am excluding the Hawks. Both had athletic attack and midfield and I think these two team will have the best defenses; big and fast, at the 26 level. I was impressed with both tryouts.


Based on what you saw at tryouts? Stalking, or trying out for every elite team because your kid is that good?
Don’t answer that. It was sarcasm, I know the answer.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/28/19 02:39 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Removing the Hawks from the equation so we don't need to hear the arguing about hold backs. Who were the big winners from tryouts. Not DC or VA, just MD 2026 teams. Interested to hear people's thoughts of how things shook out after tryouts and where teams stand.


Hawks are the clear #1 in this division followed by Looney's and 91. After that I think its pretty even but based on what I saw at tryouts this year FCA and 91 seemed to have the most talent; again I am excluding the Hawks. Both had athletic attack and midfield and I think these two team will have the best defenses; big and fast, at the 26 level. I was impressed with both tryouts.



Looneys and 91 has some really good kids. There are talented kids in the Elite division. Cant wait for the fall tournaments


based on summer play hawks, blc, looneys, diamondbacks, madlax, crabs, 91, aylc, vlc. who will it be this year?


Whoever has the most holdbacks..Very simple equation in MD.. Most Holdbacks= Most Victories


Or weekly practices starting in less than 2 weeks. Fall tournaments. Winter weekly practices, outside. Practice 3X/ week starting on February. Early spring tournaments. Spring league against top competition. 4 top summer tournaments. Combine that with a team of excellent lacrosse players and great coaching, that's the equation. You end up with a dominant team of players that believe in themselves, their teammates and their coaches.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/28/19 01:01 PM

Practice in 2 weeks? We just finished tryouts
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/28/19 03:02 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Practice in 2 weeks? We just finished tryouts


yes. less than 2 weeks
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/28/19 04:08 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Practice in 2 weeks? We just finished tryouts


PLC has tournament and practice schedules out already. Your program needs to catch up. Tell your director to hit the wall
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/28/19 07:51 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Removing the Hawks from the equation so we don't need to hear the arguing about hold backs. Who were the big winners from tryouts. Not DC or VA, just MD 2026 teams. Interested to hear people's thoughts of how things shook out after tryouts and where teams stand.


Hawks are the clear #1 in this division followed by Looney's and 91. After that I think its pretty even but based on what I saw at tryouts this year FCA and 91 seemed to have the most talent; again I am excluding the Hawks. Both had athletic attack and midfield and I think these two team will have the best defenses; big and fast, at the 26 level. I was impressed with both tryouts.



Looneys and 91 has some really good kids. There are talented kids in the Elite division. Cant wait for the fall tournaments


based on summer play hawks, blc, looneys, diamondbacks, madlax, crabs, 91, aylc, vlc. who will it be this year?


Whoever has the most holdbacks..Very simple equation in MD.. Most Holdbacks= Most Victories


Or weekly practices starting in less than 2 weeks. Fall tournaments. Winter weekly practices, outside. Practice 3X/ week starting on February. Early spring tournaments. Spring league against top competition. 4 top summer tournaments. Combine that with a team of excellent lacrosse players and great coaching, that's the equation. You end up with a dominant team of players that believe in themselves, their teammates and their coaches.


Plus the kids born before 10/07, they help too.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/28/19 10:09 PM



Hawks are the clear #1 in this division followed by Looney's and 91. After that I think its pretty even but based on what I saw at tryouts this year FCA and 91 seemed to have the most talent; again I am excluding the Hawks. Both had athletic attack and midfield and I think these two team will have the best defenses; big and fast, at the 26 level. I was impressed with both tryouts.[/quote]


Looneys and 91 has some really good kids. There are talented kids in the Elite division. Cant wait for the fall tournaments [/quote]

based on summer play hawks, blc, looneys, diamondbacks, madlax, crabs, 91, aylc, vlc. who will it be this year?
[/quote]

Whoever has the most holdbacks..Very simple equation in MD.. Most Holdbacks= Most Victories [/quote]

Or weekly practices starting in less than 2 weeks. Fall tournaments. Winter weekly practices, outside. Practice 3X/ week starting on February. Early spring tournaments. Spring league against top competition. 4 top summer tournaments. Combine that with a team of excellent lacrosse players and great coaching, that's the equation. You end up with a dominant team of players that believe in themselves, their teammates and their coaches.[/quote]

Plus the kids born before 10/07, they help too.[/quote]

Work harder on the field than you do making excuses.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/29/19 02:21 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous


Hawks are the clear #1 in this division followed by Looney's and 91. After that I think its pretty even but based on what I saw at tryouts this year FCA and 91 seemed to have the most talent; again I am excluding the Hawks. Both had athletic attack and midfield and I think these two team will have the best defenses; big and fast, at the 26 level. I was impressed with both tryouts.


Originally Posted by Anonymous
Looneys and 91 has some really good kids. There are talented kids in the Elite division. Cant wait for the fall tournaments

based on summer play hawks, blc, looneys, diamondbacks, madlax, crabs, 91, aylc, vlc. who will it be this year?

Whoever has the most holdbacks..Very simple equation in MD.. Most Holdbacks= Most Victories


Or weekly practices starting in less than 2 weeks. Fall tournaments. Winter weekly practices, outside. Practice 3X/ week starting on February. Early spring tournaments. Spring league against top competition. 4 top summer tournaments. Combine that with a team of excellent lacrosse players and great coaching, that's the equation. You end up with a dominant team of players that believe in themselves, their teammates and their coaches.

Plus the kids born before 10/07, they help too.

Work harder on the field than you do making excuses.

yes. less than 2 weeks


Hawks are the clear #1 in this division followed by Looney's and 91. After that I think its pretty even but based on what I saw at tryouts this year FCA and 91 seemed to have the most talent; again I am excluding the Hawks. Both had athletic attack and midfield and I think these two team will have the best defenses; big and fast, at the 26 level. I was impressed with both tryouts.


Looneys and 91 has some really good kids. There are talented kids in the Elite division. Cant wait for the fall tournaments

based on summer play hawks, blc, looneys, diamondbacks, madlax, crabs, 91, aylc, vlc. who will it be this year?


Whoever has the most holdbacks..Very simple equation in MD.. Most Holdbacks= Most Victories

Or weekly practices starting in less than 2 weeks. Fall tournaments. Winter weekly practices, outside. Practice 3X/ week starting on February. Early spring tournaments. Spring league against top competition. 4 top summer tournaments. Combine that with a team of excellent lacrosse players and great coaching, that's the equation. You end up with a dominant team of players that believe in themselves, their teammates and their coaches.

Plus the kids born before 10/07, they help too

Work harder on the field than you do making excuses.



Me too. So tired of hearing excuses on why they didnt hold their kid back and get an advantage, stop making excuses ...Hold Him Back !

Is there any lacrosse coach in MD who did not hold their kid back?? I know of no one who had a player in the private schools. NOT ONE !
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/29/19 02:25 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Removing the Hawks from the equation so we don't need to hear the arguing about hold backs. Who were the big winners from tryouts. Not DC or VA, just MD 2026 teams. Interested to hear people's thoughts of how things shook out after tryouts and where teams stand.

Hawks are the clear #1 in this division followed by Looney's and 91. After that I think its pretty even but based on what I saw at tryouts this year FCA and 91 seemed to have the most talent; again I am excluding the Hawks. Both had athletic attack and midfield and I think these two team will have the best defenses; big and fast, at the 26 level. I was impressed with both tryouts.


Looneys and 91 has some really good kids. There are talented kids in the Elite division. Cant wait for the fall tournaments

based on summer play hawks, blc, looneys, diamondbacks, madlax, crabs, 91, aylc, vlc. who will it be this year?


Whoever has the most holdbacks..Very simple equation in MD.. Most Holdbacks= Most Victories


Or weekly practices starting in less than 2 weeks. Fall tournaments. Winter weekly practices, outside. Practice 3X/ week starting on February. Early spring tournaments. Spring league against top competition. 4 top summer tournaments. Combine that with a team of excellent lacrosse players and great coaching, that's the equation. You end up with a dominant team of players that believe in themselves, their teammates and their coaches.


Nope..Only works if you have holdbacks when playing other holdbacks teams. Heavily practiced On age lose out to holdbacks ..
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/29/19 02:30 AM

FYI 9/07 birthdays are not holdbacks in Maryland and even if it was.... how on earth is a child born on 9/25 (just throwing that out) at an advantage to someone who was born on 10/2..... you think those 7 days is going to give that kid a holdbacks advantage? grow the heck up.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/29/19 11:24 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
FYI 9/07 birthdays are not holdbacks in Maryland and even if it was.... how on earth is a child born on 9/25 (just throwing that out) at an advantage to someone who was born on 10/2..... you think those 7 days is going to give that kid a holdbacks advantage? grow the heck up.


It doesn't matter what the MD school system or most other states use as the grade cut off date. IT ONLY MATTERS WHAT NY USES!!!!!!

FYI, 5 states use an age cut off date that doesn't fall in August or September.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/29/19 01:35 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
FYI 9/07 birthdays are not holdbacks in Maryland and even if it was.... how on earth is a child born on 9/25 (just throwing that out) at an advantage to someone who was born on 10/2..... you think those 7 days is going to give that kid a holdbacks advantage? grow the heck up.


It doesn't matter what the MD school system or most other states use as the grade cut off date. IT ONLY MATTERS WHAT NY USES!!!!!!

FYI, 5 states use an age cut off date that doesn't fall in August or September.


That's interesting. NY, NJ and whoever the other ones are should pipe down then.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/29/19 07:07 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
FYI 9/07 birthdays are not holdbacks in Maryland and even if it was.... how on earth is a child born on 9/25 (just throwing that out) at an advantage to someone who was born on 10/2..... you think those 7 days is going to give that kid a holdbacks advantage? grow the heck up.


It doesn't matter what the MD school system or most other states use as the grade cut off date. IT ONLY MATTERS WHAT NY USES!!!!!!

FYI, 5 states use an age cut off date that doesn't fall in August or September.


That's interesting. NY, NJ and whoever the other ones are should pipe down then.


With all of the complaining you would think that MD was the only one that didn't have the same age cut off as NY.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/29/19 09:47 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
FYI 9/07 birthdays are not holdbacks in Maryland and even if it was.... how on earth is a child born on 9/25 (just throwing that out) at an advantage to someone who was born on 10/2..... you think those 7 days is going to give that kid a holdbacks advantage? grow the heck up.


It doesn't matter what the MD school system or most other states use as the grade cut off date. IT ONLY MATTERS WHAT NY USES!!!!!!

FYI, 5 states use an age cut off date that doesn't fall in August or September.


That's interesting. NY, NJ and whoever the other ones are should pipe down then.


With all of the complaining you would think that MD was the only one that didn't have the same age cut off as NY.

OH MY GOD WHO CARES! If you can’t handle the holdbacks, DON’T PLAY A SPORT! Because you ain’t gettin away from it otherwise. Sheesh.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/30/19 01:10 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
FYI 9/07 birthdays are not holdbacks in Maryland and even if it was.... how on earth is a child born on 9/25 (just throwing that out) at an advantage to someone who was born on 10/2..... you think those 7 days is going to give that kid a holdbacks advantage? grow the heck up.


It doesn't matter what the MD school system or most other states use as the grade cut off date. IT ONLY MATTERS WHAT NY USES!!!!!!

FYI, 5 states use an age cut off date that doesn't fall in August or September.


That's interesting. NY, NJ and whoever the other ones are should pipe down then.
with all of the complaining you would think that MD was the only one that didn't have the same age cut off as NY.

OH MY GOD WHO CARES! If you can’t handle the holdbacks, DON’T PLAY A SPORT! Because you ain’t gettin away from it otherwise. Sheesh.


I agree,, Personally I think they should hold every child back that goes to school. Lets give everyone that chance..or better yet,,, Why go by grade, let anyone who wants play down a grade. Now that would be fair. playing up is for wimps
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 08/30/19 03:48 PM

If you don't like the rules there are plenty of baseball teams in the area that would be more then willing to take your kid. So unless you want to pick a different sport, get used to it or hold your kid back a year. Either way, it's happening and nothing is changing so look at a way to embrace it instead of whine about it.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/03/19 12:20 PM

Season starts next weekend. Everyone getting excited? What happens with 91's new stud attackman. Do Looney's look to step back or forward and catch Hawks. Crabs and FCA still playing second fiddle to the the other 2 big boys. Where does AYLC go, what happens to PLC and everyone looking at True Annapolis, did they get a 2026 goalie? Does BLC step up. Who's moving up and down in AAA and Elite. What is Madlax going to do to get better?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/03/19 01:55 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Season starts next weekend. Everyone getting excited? What happens with 91's new stud attackman. Do Looney's look to step back or forward and catch Hawks. Crabs and FCA still playing second fiddle to the the other 2 big boys. Where does AYLC go, what happens to PLC and everyone looking at True Annapolis, did they get a 2026 goalie? Does BLC step up. Who's moving up and down in AAA and Elite. What is Madlax going to do to get better?

He isn’t a stud, but his dad thinks he is
No one is touching Hawks. They are the best in the whole wide world.
Crabs will either play down a division to rack up wins or will stay in elite with their newly reclassified 2025 players
Who is AYLC?
I thought PLC folded
True Annapolis will play AA
Fall records will predict movement between elite and AAA
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/03/19 05:45 PM

Oct 20th - cant wait
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/04/19 11:58 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Oct 20th - cant wait


Who is going?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/04/19 02:21 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Oct 20th - cant wait


Who is going?

I don’t know, do you?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/04/19 02:40 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Oct 20th - cant wait


Who is going?

I don’t know, do you?


No, that's why I asked.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/04/19 03:10 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Oct 20th - cant wait


Who is going?

I don’t know, do you?


No, that's why I asked.

Asked what?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/05/19 02:54 PM

Teams still having tryouts?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/05/19 06:31 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Teams still having tryouts?


I would hope they had things wrapped up by now.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/06/19 12:42 PM

I keep seeing clubs email blasting supplemental tryouts like True and Sidewinders. Anyone else seeing clubs having issues filling the roster
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/06/19 02:56 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
I keep seeing clubs email blasting supplemental tryouts like True and Sidewinders. Anyone else seeing clubs having issues filling the roster


Its a sign of the times. Too many club options pop up every year and poach players that force other to scramble. Even the mighty Crabs havent posted rosters yet ( 1st time ever I can recall ) because they are scrambling too.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/06/19 08:08 PM

Did True 2026 Annapolis ever find a goalie for their team?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/06/19 10:00 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
I keep seeing clubs email blasting supplemental tryouts like True and Sidewinders. Anyone else seeing clubs having issues filling the roster


Its a sign of the times. Too many club options pop up every year and poach players that force other to scramble. Even the mighty Crabs havent posted rosters yet ( 1st time ever I can recall ) because they are scrambling too.

You are way too obsessed if you are checking websites and rosters of a team you are not a part of. No Crabs or VLC rosters are posted for any age group. All the players have been notified and have copies of the rosters of the players on the teams they are a part of. If you needed to know the roster you would have it.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/07/19 09:57 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
I keep seeing clubs email blasting supplemental tryouts like True and Sidewinders. Anyone else seeing clubs having issues filling the roster


Its a sign of the times. Too many club options pop up every year and poach players that force other to scramble. Even the mighty Crabs havent posted rosters yet ( 1st time ever I can recall ) because they are scrambling too.


Crabs in the know, know. Better luck next year.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/08/19 05:27 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
I keep seeing clubs email blasting supplemental tryouts like True and Sidewinders. Anyone else seeing clubs having issues filling the roster


Its a sign of the times. Too many club options pop up every year and poach players that force other to scramble. Even the mighty Crabs havent posted rosters yet ( 1st time ever I can recall ) because they are scrambling too.

You are way too obsessed if you are checking websites and rosters of a team you are not a part of. No Crabs or VLC rosters are posted for any age group. All the players have been notified and have copies of the rosters of the players on the teams they are a part of. If you needed to know the roster you would have it.

Keep your top secret roster. You were irrelevant last year. You will be this year too.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/09/19 12:08 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
I keep seeing clubs email blasting supplemental tryouts like True and Sidewinders. Anyone else seeing clubs having issues filling the roster


Its a sign of the times. Too many club options pop up every year and poach players that force other to scramble. Even the mighty Crabs havent posted rosters yet ( 1st time ever I can recall ) because they are scrambling too.

You are way too obsessed if you are checking websites and rosters of a team you are not a part of. No Crabs or VLC rosters are posted for any age group. All the players have been notified and have copies of the rosters of the players on the teams they are a part of. If you needed to know the roster you would have it.

Keep your top secret roster. You were irrelevant last year. You will be this year too.


Sorry you didnt make the top club in Baltimore. Hit The Wall !! maybe next year your son can put on a Crabs jersey and be proud ! .... now get to it !
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/09/19 03:06 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
I keep seeing clubs email blasting supplemental tryouts like True and Sidewinders. Anyone else seeing clubs having issues filling the roster


Its a sign of the times. Too many club options pop up every year and poach players that force other to scramble. Even the mighty Crabs havent posted rosters yet ( 1st time ever I can recall ) because they are scrambling too.

You are way too obsessed if you are checking websites and rosters of a team you are not a part of. No Crabs or VLC rosters are posted for any age group. All the players have been notified and have copies of the rosters of the players on the teams they are a part of. If you needed to know the roster you would have it.

Keep your top secret roster. You were irrelevant last year. You will be this year too.


Sorry you didnt make the top club in Baltimore. Hit The Wall !! maybe next year your son can put on a Crabs jersey and be proud ! .... now get to it !

You all did great last year in hoco. Keep up the good work.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/09/19 11:13 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous


Sorry you didnt make the top club in Baltimore. Hit The Wall !! maybe next year your son can put on a Crabs jersey and be proud ! .... now get to it !


There is so much funny in this statement.
Thanks, but we will stay where we are.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/09/19 11:22 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
I keep seeing clubs email blasting supplemental tryouts like True and Sidewinders. Anyone else seeing clubs having issues filling the roster


Its a sign of the times. Too many club options pop up every year and poach players that force other to scramble. Even the mighty Crabs havent posted rosters yet ( 1st time ever I can recall ) because they are scrambling too.

You are way too obsessed if you are checking websites and rosters of a team you are not a part of. No Crabs or VLC rosters are posted for any age group. All the players have been notified and have copies of the rosters of the players on the teams they are a part of. If you needed to know the roster you would have it.

Keep your top secret roster. You were irrelevant last year. You will be this year too.


Sorry you didnt make the top club in Baltimore. Hit The Wall !! maybe next year your son can put on a Crabs jersey and be proud ! .... now get to it !

🦀🦀🦀🦀🦀🦀🦀🦀🦀
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/09/19 12:12 PM

What fall tournaments are teams playing in this October?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/09/19 12:38 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
I keep seeing clubs email blasting supplemental tryouts like True and Sidewinders. Anyone else seeing clubs having issues filling the roster


Its a sign of the times. Too many club options pop up every year and poach players that force other to scramble. Even the mighty Crabs havent posted rosters yet ( 1st time ever I can recall ) because they are scrambling too.


I have never seen rosters for youth. I'm sure they do it at the high school ages for recruiting. You have serious issues if you are checking 2026 rosters
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/09/19 02:38 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
I keep seeing clubs email blasting supplemental tryouts like True and Sidewinders. Anyone else seeing clubs having issues filling the roster


Its a sign of the times. Too many club options pop up every year and poach players that force other to scramble. Even the mighty Crabs havent posted rosters yet ( 1st time ever I can recall ) because they are scrambling too.


I have never seen rosters for youth. I'm sure they do it at the high school ages for recruiting. You have serious issues if you are checking 2026 rosters


They 100% had the roster posted prior to the season last year. I know 100% for Crabs because my son was on it. This has nothing to do with talent, just educating you.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/09/19 02:48 PM

Sorry you didnt make the top club in Baltimore. Hit The Wall !! maybe next year your son can put on a Crabs jersey and be proud ! .... now get to it !

Yeah, he'll re class next year and be a prime candidate for a Crabs team.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/09/19 04:25 PM

Does anyone have insight into what teams will be playing in the Maryland Lacrosse Tournament Oct 20th?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/09/19 04:53 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Does anyone have insight into what teams will be playing in the Maryland Lacrosse Tournament Oct 20th?


Here's last years teams. Probably similar to this give or take a few

Madlax Capital 3 0
Bethesda 3 0
VLC 3 0
Crabs 2 1
FCA 1 2
Roughriders 1 2
API Diamondbacks 1 2
Next Level Blue 1 2
Sidewinders 0 3
3D Maryland 0 3
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/09/19 07:37 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Does anyone have insight into what teams will be playing in the Maryland Lacrosse Tournament Oct 20th?


Here's last years teams. Probably similar to this give or take a few

Madlax Capital 3 0
Bethesda 3 0
VLC 3 0
Crabs 2 1
FCA 1 2
Roughriders 1 2
API Diamondbacks 1 2
Next Level Blue 1 2
Sidewinders 0 3
3D Maryland 0 3


Will Team 91 be there this year ?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/10/19 12:07 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Does anyone have insight into what teams will be playing in the Maryland Lacrosse Tournament Oct 20th?


Here's last years teams. Probably similar to this give or take a few

Madlax Capital 3 0
Bethesda 3 0
VLC 3 0
Crabs 2 1
FCA 1 2
Roughriders 1 2
API Diamondbacks 1 2
Next Level Blue 1 2
Sidewinders 0 3
3D Maryland 0 3


Will Team 91 be there this year ?

Probably. They have a new stud left attacker.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/10/19 02:41 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Sorry you didnt make the top club in Baltimore. Hit The Wall !! maybe next year your son can put on a Crabs jersey and be proud ! .... now get to it !

Yeah, he'll re class next year and be a prime candidate for a Crabs team.


Finally coming to your senses ! About Time !
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/10/19 01:37 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Does anyone have insight into what teams will be playing in the Maryland Lacrosse Tournament Oct 20th?


Here's last years teams. Probably similar to this give or take a few

Madlax Capital 3 0
Bethesda 3 0
VLC 3 0
Crabs 2 1
FCA 1 2
Roughriders 1 2
API Diamondbacks 1 2
Next Level Blue 1 2
Sidewinders 0 3
3D Maryland 0 3



Who's in the 2025 division?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/10/19 03:03 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Does anyone have insight into what teams will be playing in the Maryland Lacrosse Tournament Oct 20th?


Here's last years teams. Probably similar to this give or take a few

Madlax Capital 3 0
Bethesda 3 0
VLC 3 0
Crabs 2 1
FCA 1 2
Roughriders 1 2
API Diamondbacks 1 2
Next Level Blue 1 2
Sidewinders 0 3
3D Maryland 0 3



Who's in the 2025 division?


2025 A

Green
Team W L
Looney's Orange 3 0
FCA 2 1
Madlax Capital 2 1
White
Team W L
Next Level Blue 1 2
Crabs 1 2
API Diamondbacks 0

2025 B

Next Level Red 2 0
VLC 2 0
HoCo 1 2
Madlax DMV 25-26
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/10/19 03:12 PM

91 will not be at MD Lax Tournament. Waste of time with sub par teams
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/10/19 05:32 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
91 will not be at MD Lax Tournament. Waste of time with sub par teams


LOL. 2-3 teams that you lost to last year will be there, maybe Looneys will go this year. But don't worry, the Canadians likely wont be there.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/10/19 05:46 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
91 will not be at MD Lax Tournament. Waste of time with sub par teams


How long until this becomes the second post in the 2026 thread with a proclamation that gets deleted and is not True
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/11/19 10:44 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
91 will not be at MD Lax Tournament. Waste of time with sub par teams


How long until this becomes the second post in the 2026 thread with a proclamation that gets deleted and is not True

It’s coming from team 91 dad, don’t bite. He will go away once they lose their first game of the fall season because too many leaves were falling from the trees.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/11/19 03:13 PM

Hand Down the worst group of parents I have ever witnessed at a youth sporting event; Team 91 2026 by a mile!!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/11/19 04:34 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hand Down the worst group of parents I have ever witnessed at a youth sporting event; Team 91 2026 by a mile!!


My money goes on Express.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/11/19 04:42 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hand Down the worst group of parents I have ever witnessed at a youth sporting event; Team 91 2026 by a mile!!



Are you serious? I havent seen this from 91 parents at this age group. Lots of good people and we've played them multiple times
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/11/19 05:19 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hand Down the worst group of parents I have ever witnessed at a youth sporting event; Team 91 2026 by a mile!!



Are you serious? I havent seen this from 91 parents at this age group. Lots of good people and we've played them multiple times


That's exactly what 91 parent would say. Nice try. Next
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/11/19 05:28 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hand Down the worst group of parents I have ever witnessed at a youth sporting event; Team 91 2026 by a mile!!



Are you serious? I havent seen this from 91 parents at this age group. Lots of good people and we've played them multiple times


That's exactly what 91 parent would say. Nice try. Next


Or a new parent with no clue.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/12/19 01:59 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hand Down the worst group of parents I have ever witnessed at a youth sporting event; Team 91 2026 by a mile!!


We get it, your son got cut from 91 and you blame the parents ? Coaches cut him , not the parents. Now..HIT THE WALL ! Maybe next year you can make Team 91.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/12/19 12:38 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hand Down the worst group of parents I have ever witnessed at a youth sporting event; Team 91 2026 by a mile!!



Are you serious? I havent seen this from 91 parents at this age group. Lots of good people and we've played them multiple times


Classic class of an obsessive parent bitter about his son getting cut from Team 91. It is easier for him to blame team/parents/players than look inward. That might hurt !
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/12/19 02:53 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hand Down the worst group of parents I have ever witnessed at a youth sporting event; Team 91 2026 by a mile!!



Are you serious? I havent seen this from 91 parents at this age group. Lots of good people and we've played them multiple times


Classic class of an obsessive parent bitter about his son getting cut from Team 91. It is easier for him to blame team/parents/players than look inward. That might hurt !


My son plays for another club at the 2025 level and I have to say the 91/hawks game last year was a complete sideshow on the part of the 91 parents. The number of parents screaming at their kids and blaming the officials was pretty embarrassing to watch; one guy in particular who son was playing attack was practically coaching him from the sidelines to the point that his son was looking over at him to get direction and not the HC.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/12/19 03:07 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hand Down the worst group of parents I have ever witnessed at a youth sporting event; Team 91 2026 by a mile!!



Are you serious? I havent seen this from 91 parents at this age group. Lots of good people and we've played them multiple times


Classic class of an obsessive parent bitter about his son getting cut from Team 91. It is easier for him to blame team/parents/players than look inward. That might hurt !


Yeah, they will miss out on the chance to line their bags up straight and then lose to everyone else on the field
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/12/19 06:20 PM

Haters of 91.... don’t detest on parents just because our kids make yours look silly on the field. It’s ok your kid didn’t make the team. He’s doing great at Crabs!!!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/13/19 01:45 AM

I promise u all, 91 is the team to beat. We will roll all you fools!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/13/19 12:43 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
I promise u all, 91 is the team to beat. We will roll all you fools!

Stick to rolling your dooby, dude.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/13/19 01:25 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
I promise u all, 91 is the team to beat. We will roll all you fools!


I'll second that.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/13/19 02:01 PM

Team 420 ?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/13/19 06:09 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
I promise u all, 91 is the team to beat. We will roll all you fools!

Stud left attack dad?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/13/19 06:19 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hand Down the worst group of parents I have ever witnessed at a youth sporting event; Team 91 2026 by a mile!!



Are you serious? I havent seen this from 91 parents at this age group. Lots of good people and we've played them multiple times


Classic class of an obsessive parent bitter about his son getting cut from Team 91. It is easier for him to blame team/parents/players than look inward. That might hurt !


Yeah, they will miss out on the chance to line their bags up straight and then lose to everyone else on the field


Ouch ! Thats gotta hurt !
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/16/19 06:24 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hand Down the worst group of parents I have ever witnessed at a youth sporting event; Team 91 2026 by a mile!!



Are you serious? I havent seen this from 91 parents at this age group. Lots of good people and we've played them multiple times


Classic class of an obsessive parent bitter about his son getting cut from Team 91. It is easier for him to blame team/parents/players than look inward. That might hurt !


Yeah, they will miss out on the chance to line their bags up straight and then lose to everyone else on the field


Ouch ! Thats gotta hurt !


They could have just said you were a bunch of losers and couldn't win a thing last year or even make the championship in HOCO. But you did have nice bag work while taking all those nasty L's.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/17/19 10:39 AM

I remember the days when BOTC would censor Team 91’s name. I miss those days.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/17/19 12:02 PM

Reading these comments is flat out depressing. I can only image the heck the kids are put through by these maniacs. My guess is that the kids don't take any enjoyment out of playing the game. I'm sure these posters never strapped up and stepped on the field to play. 100% guarantee. If you did, you would have a different perspective on the game.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/17/19 12:52 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Reading these comments is flat out depressing. I can only image the heck the kids are put through by these maniacs. My guess is that the kids don't take any enjoyment out of playing the game. I'm sure these posters never strapped up and stepped on the field to play. 100% guarantee. If you did, you would have a different perspective on the game.


Sorry your kid got cut. Have him HIT THE WALL and try again next August. Plenty of rec teams out there to catch on with.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/17/19 01:38 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Reading these comments is flat out depressing. I can only image the heck the kids are put through by these maniacs. My guess is that the kids don't take any enjoyment out of playing the game. I'm sure these posters never strapped up and stepped on the field to play. 100% guarantee. If you did, you would have a different perspective on the game.

I played at all levels and I would like to agree with you I really would. However in the MD lacrosse scene former players are the biggest maniacs out there. I would submit the Madlax guy and MM of 91 as exhibits A&B to this point.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/17/19 04:59 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Reading these comments is flat out depressing. I can only image the heck the kids are put through by these maniacs. My guess is that the kids don't take any enjoyment out of playing the game. I'm sure these posters never strapped up and stepped on the field to play. 100% guarantee. If you did, you would have a different perspective on the game.


Sorry your kid got cut. Have him HIT THE WALL and try again next August. Plenty of rec teams out there to catch on with.


A completely predictible response. Is anybody else envisioning a pimply teenager sipping a mountain dew smashing his fingers into a keyboard to get out that thoughless response? As for the other actually thoughtful response, I never considered that as I'm not native MD. I guess that is what you get in a hotbed. O'DOYLE RULES!!!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/17/19 06:44 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Reading these comments is flat out depressing. I can only image the heck the kids are put through by these maniacs. My guess is that the kids don't take any enjoyment out of playing the game. I'm sure these posters never strapped up and stepped on the field to play. 100% guarantee. If you did, you would have a different perspective on the game.


Sorry your kid got cut. Have him HIT THE WALL and try again next August. Plenty of rec teams out there to catch on with.


A completely predictible response. Is anybody else envisioning a pimply teenager sipping a mountain dew smashing his fingers into a keyboard to get out that thoughless response? As for the other actually thoughtful response, I never considered that as I'm not native MD. I guess that is what you get in a hotbed. O'DOYLE RULES!!!


Do you need the number for some rec teams? You sound angry. Go outside, HIT THE WALL and come back in refreshed
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/17/19 07:29 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Reading these comments is flat out depressing. I can only image the heck the kids are put through by these maniacs. My guess is that the kids don't take any enjoyment out of playing the game. I'm sure these posters never strapped up and stepped on the field to play. 100% guarantee. If you did, you would have a different perspective on the game.


Sorry your kid got cut. Have him HIT THE WALL and try again next August. Plenty of rec teams out there to catch on with.


A completely predictible response. Is anybody else envisioning a pimply teenager sipping a mountain dew smashing his fingers into a keyboard to get out that thoughless response? As for the other actually thoughtful response, I never considered that as I'm not native MD. I guess that is what you get in a hotbed. O'DOYLE RULES!!!


Do you need the number for some rec teams? You sound angry. Go outside, HIT THE WALL and come back in refreshed


O'DOYLE RULES!!!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/17/19 08:16 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Reading these comments is flat out depressing. I can only image the heck the kids are put through by these maniacs. My guess is that the kids don't take any enjoyment out of playing the game. I'm sure these posters never strapped up and stepped on the field to play. 100% guarantee. If you did, you would have a different perspective on the game.


Sorry your kid got cut. Have him HIT THE WALL and try again next August. Plenty of rec teams out there to catch on with.


A completely predictible response. Is anybody else envisioning a pimply teenager sipping a mountain dew smashing his fingers into a keyboard to get out that thoughless response? As for the other actually thoughtful response, I never considered that as I'm not native MD. I guess that is what you get in a hotbed. O'DOYLE RULES!!!


Do you need the number for some rec teams? You sound angry. Go outside, HIT THE WALL and come back in refreshed


O'DOYLE RULES!!!


That still won't get your cut son on a team
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/17/19 08:39 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Reading these comments is flat out depressing. I can only image the heck the kids are put through by these maniacs. My guess is that the kids don't take any enjoyment out of playing the game. I'm sure these posters never strapped up and stepped on the field to play. 100% guarantee. If you did, you would have a different perspective on the game.


Sorry your kid got cut. Have him HIT THE WALL and try again next August. Plenty of rec teams out there to catch on with.


A completely predictible response. Is anybody else envisioning a pimply teenager sipping a mountain dew smashing his fingers into a keyboard to get out that thoughless response? As for the other actually thoughtful response, I never considered that as I'm not native MD. I guess that is what you get in a hotbed. O'DOYLE RULES!!!


Good Grief man. Quit your crying and Hit The Wall ! Couple Rec programs still have spots open in their Little Scooper program for you.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/17/19 08:44 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Reading these comments is flat out depressing. I can only image the heck the kids are put through by these maniacs. My guess is that the kids don't take any enjoyment out of playing the game. I'm sure these posters never strapped up and stepped on the field to play. 100% guarantee. If you did, you would have a different perspective on the game.

I played at all levels and I would like to agree with you I really would. However in the MD lacrosse scene former players are the biggest maniacs out there. I would submit the Madlax guy and MM of 91 as exhibits A&B to this point.


Both of you fellows should get together and HUG IT OUT !!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/18/19 12:32 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Reading these comments is flat out depressing. I can only image the heck the kids are put through by these maniacs. My guess is that the kids don't take any enjoyment out of playing the game. I'm sure these posters never strapped up and stepped on the field to play. 100% guarantee. If you did, you would have a different perspective on the game.


Sorry your kid got cut. Have him HIT THE WALL and try again next August. Plenty of rec teams out there to catch on with.


A completely predictible response. Is anybody else envisioning a pimply teenager sipping a mountain dew smashing his fingers into a keyboard to get out that thoughless response? As for the other actually thoughtful response, I never considered that as I'm not native MD. I guess that is what you get in a hotbed. O'DOYLE RULES!!!


Do you need the number for some rec teams? You sound angry. Go outside, HIT THE WALL and come back in refreshed


O'DOYLE RULES!!!


That still won't get your cut son on a team


I'll have you know my son is very much UNCUT...we are european!!! How American of you to assume! Deep country Maryland I bet. I smell a confederate flag and dueling banjo's for sure. It makes sense now.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/18/19 01:04 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
[quote=Anonymous][quote=Anonymous]Reading these comments is flat out depressing. I can only image the heck the kids are put through by these maniacs. My guess is that the kids don't take any enjoyment out of playing the game. I'm sure these posters never strapped up and stepped on the field to play. 100% guarantee. If you did, you would have a different perspective on the game.


Sorry your kid got cut. Have him HIT THE WALL and try again next August. Plenty of rec teams out there to catch on with.



O'DOYLE RULES!!!


That still won't get your cut son on a team


I'll have you know my son is very much UNCUT...we are european!!! How American of you to assume! Deep country Maryland I bet. I smell a confederate flag and dueling banjo's for sure. It makes sense now.


Sounds like something someone with a kid who didn't make a team would say. Practice, practice practice and a little wall ball he'll bounce back next year and make a team. Good luck in rec this spring. Bring him out to some club games so he can see what he needs to do to make one.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/18/19 01:16 PM

This is funny. Now we are at European vs American. This site just keeps getting better.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/18/19 01:34 PM

Yes. I was attempting some humor there. At least an attempt at something a little more interesting than the normal visceral keyboard smashing and repetitive "your kid must have been cut, hit the wall" replys. Clearly there are some knuckledraggers on here who didn't recognize it for what it was.

My son is a holdback. He made the team. He makes all the teams. He also scores really well on all his tests in school. Mainly because he's a hold back. Decided to give him that advantage both academically and athletically. I also send him to a private school. Better teachers. Just giving him all the advantages that I can. Loving it. Really nothing you can do about it except complain to a deaf ear. Love that too. I'm smiling over here.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/18/19 02:46 PM

Keep in mind guys.... The top middie last year at CHC heading to Ohio State in the Fall.... He didn't play on any elite MD or NY club team as a 5th, 6th, 7th grader, etc. He lived in GA, where any club team he did play for would be considered inferior, certainly 7+ years ago.

My point.... The cream will rise to the top, regardless of the club team your kid plays for now. The middie from CHC moved to Baltimore from Georgia before his junior year in HS and promptly took the starting spot of some kid, who in all likelihood, played on an "elite" club team in Baltimore growing up.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/18/19 02:50 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Yes. I was attempting some humor there. At least an attempt at something a little more interesting than the normal visceral keyboard smashing and repetitive "your kid must have been cut, hit the wall" replys. Clearly there are some knuckledraggers on here who didn't recognize it for what it was.

My son is a holdback. He made the team. He makes all the teams. He also scores really well on all his tests in school. Mainly because he's a hold back. Decided to give him that advantage both academically and athletically. I also send him to a private school. Better teachers. Just giving him all the advantages that I can. Loving it. Really nothing you can do about it except complain to a deaf ear. Love that too. I'm smiling over here.

Yep. You fit right in. Have a good season.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/18/19 03:18 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Keep in mind guys.... The top middie last year at CHC heading to Ohio State in the Fall.... He didn't play on any elite MD or NY club team as a 5th, 6th, 7th grader, etc. He lived in GA, where any club team he did play for would be considered inferior, certainly 7+ years ago.

My point.... The cream will rise to the top, regardless of the club team your kid plays for now. The middie from CHC moved to Baltimore from Georgia before his junior year in HS and promptly took the starting spot of some kid, who in all likelihood, played on an "elite" club team in Baltimore growing up.


Couldn't agree more with this post. I mean this is 100% spot on.

Let the kids enjoy youth lacrosse and really get a passion for the sport. That passion is what will drive them to hit the wall when nobody is looking (Not Lavar Ball yelling in his ear that he better hit that wall). .

For now, the kids can learn sportsmanship, teamwork, and life lessons while making *gasp* friends on whatever team they are playing on.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/18/19 04:00 PM

Another fact... The Powell brothers didn't grow up in a hotbed, playing alongside some of the best kids in Long Island or MD at the time. They picked up the game in late Elementary School and played in a tiny town in upstate NY. Club lacrosse didn't exist anywhere at the time, but there were certainly better organized rec leagues in Long Island and MD. They overcame this "disadvantage" through love of the game, passion, and commitment to practice when no one was looking. They were also insanely athletic and talented. Let your kid enjoy the ride on whatever team he plays for, chances are, he isn't destined for the Major Leagues. Keep perspective and have fun, it's over before you blink.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/18/19 04:30 PM

Amazing! Positive messages being posted!

Playing College Lacrosse isn't everybody's goal.
Playing professional lacrosse is certainly nobody's goal (let's call a spade a spade, womens professional beach volleyball gets more TV revenue than MLL/PLL/NLL combined and pulls bigger crowds to the venue).

There is a very short window of time we all get to play this game. Enjoy it.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/18/19 04:32 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Another fact... The Powell brothers didn't grow up in a hotbed, playing alongside some of the best kids in Long Island or MD at the time. They picked up the game in late Elementary School and played in a tiny town in upstate NY. Club lacrosse didn't exist anywhere at the time, but there were certainly better organized rec leagues in Long Island and MD. They overcame this "disadvantage" through love of the game, passion, and commitment to practice when no one was looking. They were also insanely athletic and talented. Let your kid enjoy the ride on whatever team he plays for, chances are, he isn't destined for the Major Leagues. Keep perspective and have fun, it's over before you blink.


You lost me at Upstate New York not being a hotbed in the 80's / 90's.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/18/19 05:48 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Keep in mind guys.... The top middie last year at CHC heading to Ohio State in the Fall.... He didn't play on any elite MD or NY club team as a 5th, 6th, 7th grader, etc. He lived in GA, where any club team he did play for would be considered inferior, certainly 7+ years ago.

My point.... The cream will rise to the top, regardless of the club team your kid plays for now. The middie from CHC moved to Baltimore from Georgia before his junior year in HS and promptly took the starting spot of some kid, who in all likelihood, played on an "elite" club team in Baltimore growing up.


It is easy to rise to the top with you look like the CH Middie. He is a superior athlete. Most lacrosse players are 5-8 to 6-0. Most real Blue Chip athletes play football, baseball, BB, hockey, the money sports. That extra year does wonders when your competition is the same size and a year younger in lax. It stinks but holding back works for most players under 6 ft going against other players same size.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/18/19 05:55 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Another fact... The Powell brothers didn't grow up in a hotbed, playing alongside some of the best kids in Long Island or MD at the time. They picked up the game in late Elementary School and played in a tiny town in upstate NY. Club lacrosse didn't exist anywhere at the time, but there were certainly better organized rec leagues in Long Island and MD. They overcame this "disadvantage" through love of the game, passion, and commitment to practice when no one was looking. They were also insanely athletic and talented. Let your kid enjoy the ride on whatever team he plays for, chances are, he isn't destined for the Major Leagues. Keep perspective and have fun, it's over before you blink.


If I wanted my kid to have fun I would take him to the circus
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/18/19 06:15 PM

West Carthage, NY is very different from West Genessee, Syracuse, etc. For sure in 1985ish with respect to youth lacrosse.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/18/19 06:16 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Another fact... The Powell brothers didn't grow up in a hotbed, playing alongside some of the best kids in Long Island or MD at the time. They picked up the game in late Elementary School and played in a tiny town in upstate NY. Club lacrosse didn't exist anywhere at the time, but there were certainly better organized rec leagues in Long Island and MD. They overcame this "disadvantage" through love of the game, passion, and commitment to practice when no one was looking. They were also insanely athletic and talented. Let your kid enjoy the ride on whatever team he plays for, chances are, he isn't destined for the Major Leagues. Keep perspective and have fun, it's over before you blink.


If I wanted my kid to have fun I would take him to the circus



What a timely reference. My favorite show is Murder She Wrote, but I don't go telling everyone that.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/18/19 06:18 PM

If your kid finds the circus fun at this age, then you have bigger problems altogether. Lacrosse isn't one of them.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/18/19 06:41 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
If your kid finds the circus fun at this age, then you have bigger problems altogether. Lacrosse isn't one of them.

👆🏻
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/18/19 07:58 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
If your kid finds the circus fun at this age, then you have bigger problems altogether. Lacrosse isn't one of them.

👆🏻


Originally Posted by Anonymous
If your kid finds the circus fun at this age, then you have bigger problems altogether. Lacrosse isn't one of them.


Then I guess I have bigger problems that my 10 year old enjoys the circus. Makes sense.
Posted By: cltlax

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/18/19 08:32 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
If your kid finds the circus fun at this age, then you have bigger problems altogether. Lacrosse isn't one of them.

👆🏻


Originally Posted by Anonymous
If your kid finds the circus fun at this age, then you have bigger problems altogether. Lacrosse isn't one of them.


Then I guess I have bigger problems that my 10 year old enjoys the circus. Makes sense.


I enjoy the circus and I'm a lot older than 10.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/18/19 08:59 PM

A wise sage once said "just HIT THE WALL" and all of life's problems are solved...
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/18/19 09:17 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
If your kid finds the circus fun at this age, then you have bigger problems altogether. Lacrosse isn't one of them.

👆🏻


Originally Posted by Anonymous
If your kid finds the circus fun at this age, then you have bigger problems altogether. Lacrosse isn't one of them.


Then I guess I have bigger problems that my 10 year old enjoys the circus. Makes sense.


Yes, that his dad (you, aka Lamar Ball), when suggested he let his kid simply enjoy lacrosse, and enjoy the ride yourself, you instead suggest a circus if you want him to have fun. You don't want your kid to have fun in lacrosse? Are you looking for some sort of ROI? Running a P&L on your kid? Your kid can be the first Lax player to sign with BBB. Way to go Dad!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/18/19 11:21 PM

West Carthage wasn’t in 1985 for sure.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/19/19 01:18 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Keep in mind guys.... The top middie last year at CHC heading to Ohio State in the Fall.... He didn't play on any elite MD or NY club team as a 5th, 6th, 7th grader, etc. He lived in GA, where any club team he did play for would be considered inferior, certainly 7+ years ago.

My point.... The cream will rise to the top, regardless of the club team your kid plays for now. The middie from CHC moved to Baltimore from Georgia before his junior year in HS and promptly took the starting spot of some kid, who in all likelihood, played on an "elite" club team in Baltimore growing up.


It is easy to rise to the top with you look like the CH Middie. He is a superior athlete. Most lacrosse players are 5-8 to 6-0. Most real Blue Chip athletes play football, baseball, BB, hockey, the money sports. That extra year does wonders when your competition is the same size and a year younger in lax. It stinks but holding back works for most players under 6 ft going against other players same size.



He's not successful simply being a superior athlete, he still has to work. The point is, irregardless of where he played when he was 10, in time, he developed into what he was meant to be. Let things happen, and what will be, will be. Most real blue chip athletes play football, baseball, and basketball because lacrosse and hockey aren't played nationwide. Lacrosse and Hockey are confined to certain areas, however, both are growing. Lacrosse is an incredible game, no matter what level you achieve, high school, D1, D3, club, etc. Great people involved, and ask the elite they're advice..... Enjoy the game and let your kid be a kid.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/19/19 01:39 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Keep in mind guys.... The top middie last year at CHC heading to Ohio State in the Fall.... He didn't play on any elite MD or NY club team as a 5th, 6th, 7th grader, etc. He lived in GA, where any club team he did play for would be considered inferior, certainly 7+ years ago.

My point.... The cream will rise to the top, regardless of the club team your kid plays for now. The middie from CHC moved to Baltimore from Georgia before his junior year in HS and promptly took the starting spot of some kid, who in all likelihood, played on an "elite" club team in Baltimore growing up.


It is easy to rise to the top with you look like the CH Middie. He is a superior athlete. Most lacrosse players are 5-8 to 6-0. Most real Blue Chip athletes play football, baseball, BB, hockey, the money sports. That extra year does wonders when your competition is the same size and a year younger in lax. It stinks but holding back works for most players under 6 ft going against other players same size.



He's not successful simply being a superior athlete, he still has to work. The point is, irregardless of where he played when he was 10, in time, he developed into what he was meant to be. Let things happen, and what will be, will be. Most real blue chip athletes play football, baseball, and basketball because lacrosse and hockey aren't played nationwide. Lacrosse and Hockey are confined to certain areas, however, both are growing. Lacrosse is an incredible game, no matter what level you achieve, high school, D1, D3, club, etc. Great people involved, and ask the elite they're advice..... Enjoy the game and let your kid be a kid.


So what you're saying is the guy HIT THE WALL
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/19/19 01:29 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Keep in mind guys.... The top middie last year at CHC heading to Ohio State in the Fall.... He didn't play on any elite MD or NY club team as a 5th, 6th, 7th grader, etc. He lived in GA, where any club team he did play for would be considered inferior, certainly 7+ years ago.

My point.... The cream will rise to the top, regardless of the club team your kid plays for now. The middie from CHC moved to Baltimore from Georgia before his junior year in HS and promptly took the starting spot of some kid, who in all likelihood, played on an "elite" club team in Baltimore growing up.


It is easy to rise to the top with you look like the CH Middie. He is a superior athlete. Most lacrosse players are 5-8 to 6-0. Most real Blue Chip athletes play football, baseball, BB, hockey, the money sports. That extra year does wonders when your competition is the same size and a year younger in lax. It stinks but holding back works for most players under 6 ft going against other players same size.



He's not successful simply being a superior athlete, he still has to work. The point is, irregardless of where he played when he was 10, in time, he developed into what he was meant to be. Let things happen, and what will be, will be. Most real blue chip athletes play football, baseball, and basketball because lacrosse and hockey aren't played nationwide. Lacrosse and Hockey are confined to certain areas, however, both are growing. Lacrosse is an incredible game, no matter what level you achieve, high school, D1, D3, club, etc. Great people involved, and ask the elite they're advice..... Enjoy the game and let your kid be a kid.


So what you're saying is the guy HIT THE WALL


Hit the wall, played other sports, etc.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/19/19 02:09 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Keep in mind guys.... The top middie last year at CHC heading to Ohio State in the Fall.... He didn't play on any elite MD or NY club team as a 5th, 6th, 7th grader, etc. He lived in GA, where any club team he did play for would be considered inferior, certainly 7+ years ago.

My point.... The cream will rise to the top, regardless of the club team your kid plays for now. The middie from CHC moved to Baltimore from Georgia before his junior year in HS and promptly took the starting spot of some kid, who in all likelihood, played on an "elite" club team in Baltimore growing up.


It is easy to rise to the top with you look like the CH Middie. He is a superior athlete. Most lacrosse players are 5-8 to 6-0. Most real Blue Chip athletes play football, baseball, BB, hockey, the money sports. That extra year does wonders when your competition is the same size and a year younger in lax. It stinks but holding back works for most players under 6 ft going against other players same size.



He's not successful simply being a superior athlete, he still has to work. The point is, irregardless of where he played when he was 10, in time, he developed into what he was meant to be. Let things happen, and what will be, will be. Most real blue chip athletes play football, baseball, and basketball because lacrosse and hockey aren't played nationwide. Lacrosse and Hockey are confined to certain areas, however, both are growing. Lacrosse is an incredible game, no matter what level you achieve, high school, D1, D3, club, etc. Great people involved, and ask the elite they're advice..... Enjoy the game and let your kid be a kid.


Can I eliminate my son as a "real blue chip athlete" if he plays soccer and lacrosse. It's not on your list. I need to be sure on how to build my "real blue chip athlete" according to an anonymous source.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/19/19 02:32 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Keep in mind guys.... The top middie last year at CHC heading to Ohio State in the Fall.... He didn't play on any elite MD or NY club team as a 5th, 6th, 7th grader, etc. He lived in GA, where any club team he did play for would be considered inferior, certainly 7+ years ago.

My point.... The cream will rise to the top, regardless of the club team your kid plays for now. The middie from CHC moved to Baltimore from Georgia before his junior year in HS and promptly took the starting spot of some kid, who in all likelihood, played on an "elite" club team in Baltimore growing up.


It is easy to rise to the top with you look like the CH Middie. He is a superior athlete. Most lacrosse players are 5-8 to 6-0. Most real Blue Chip athletes play football, baseball, BB, hockey, the money sports. That extra year does wonders when your competition is the same size and a year younger in lax. It stinks but holding back works for most players under 6 ft going against other players same size.



He's not successful simply being a superior athlete, he still has to work. The point is, irregardless of where he played when he was 10, in time, he developed into what he was meant to be. Let things happen, and what will be, will be. Most real blue chip athletes play football, baseball, and basketball because lacrosse and hockey aren't played nationwide. Lacrosse and Hockey are confined to certain areas, however, both are growing. Lacrosse is an incredible game, no matter what level you achieve, high school, D1, D3, club, etc. Great people involved, and ask the elite they're advice..... Enjoy the game and let your kid be a kid.


Can I eliminate my son as a "real blue chip athlete" if he plays soccer and lacrosse. It's not on your list. I need to be sure on how to build my "real blue chip athlete" according to an anonymous source.


You are correct, my mistake, soccer should have been included as well. My response referenced the Blue Chip Athletes (Money Sports) from the original response to the post. Great that your kid is a multisport athlete, how it should be at 10 years old.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/19/19 03:49 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Keep in mind guys.... The top middie last year at CHC heading to Ohio State in the Fall.... He didn't play on any elite MD or NY club team as a 5th, 6th, 7th grader, etc. He lived in GA, where any club team he did play for would be considered inferior, certainly 7+ years ago.

My point.... The cream will rise to the top, regardless of the club team your kid plays for now. The middie from CHC moved to Baltimore from Georgia before his junior year in HS and promptly took the starting spot of some kid, who in all likelihood, played on an "elite" club team in Baltimore growing up.


It is easy to rise to the top with you look like the CH Middie. He is a superior athlete. Most lacrosse players are 5-8 to 6-0. Most real Blue Chip athletes play football, baseball, BB, hockey, the money sports. That extra year does wonders when your competition is the same size and a year younger in lax. It stinks but holding back works for most players under 6 ft going against other players same size.



He's not successful simply being a superior athlete, he still has to work. The point is, irregardless of where he played when he was 10, in time, he developed into what he was meant to be. Let things happen, and what will be, will be. Most real blue chip athletes play football, baseball, and basketball because lacrosse and hockey aren't played nationwide. Lacrosse and Hockey are confined to certain areas, however, both are growing. Lacrosse is an incredible game, no matter what level you achieve, high school, D1, D3, club, etc. Great people involved, and ask the elite they're advice..... Enjoy the game and let your kid be a kid.


Can I eliminate my son as a "real blue chip athlete" if he plays soccer and lacrosse. It's not on your list. I need to be sure on how to build my "real blue chip athlete" according to an anonymous source.


You are correct, my mistake, soccer should have been included as well. My response referenced the Blue Chip Athletes (Money Sports) from the original response to the post. Great that your kid is a multisport athlete, how it should be at 10 years old.


Phew, thank you, I was worried there for a minute.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/19/19 04:43 PM

I always found football players to be more equiped for the rigors of the game of lacrosse. You can tell the Football players from the soccer players in any GB drill.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/20/19 01:33 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
I always found football players to be more equiped for the rigors of the game of lacrosse. You can tell the Football players from the soccer players in any GB drill.


You can always find them in the penalty box. This isnt football, you want to run full speed from 10 yards away and blast a kid then go play football. Fastest game on two feet with skill and precision stick work. That's lacrosse. You MD guys think you can bully teams all the time
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/20/19 04:40 PM

Which 2026 teams are playing in the NAL fall tournament on Nov 9th?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/20/19 07:31 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
I always found football players to be more equiped for the rigors of the game of lacrosse. You can tell the Football players from the soccer players in any GB drill.


You can always find them in the penalty box. This isnt football, you want to run full speed from 10 yards away and blast a kid then go play football. Fastest game on two feet with skill and precision stick work. That's lacrosse. You MD guys think you can bully teams all the time


Couldnt take the rigors of football, no problem. Volleyball might be a good second sport for him.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/20/19 08:00 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
I always found football players to be more equiped for the rigors of the game of lacrosse. You can tell the Football players from the soccer players in any GB drill.


You can always find them in the penalty box. This isnt football, you want to run full speed from 10 yards away and blast a kid then go play football. Fastest game on two feet with skill and precision stick work. That's lacrosse. You MD guys think you can bully teams all the time


Couldnt take the rigors of football, no problem. Volleyball might be a good second sport for him.


Soccer players tend to use intelligence and have a higher sports IQ whereas football players are going to rely more on athleticism. It's not a tough debate. To each his own. Good teams will have a mix of both types of athletes.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/20/19 08:31 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
I always found football players to be more equiped for the rigors of the game of lacrosse. You can tell the Football players from the soccer players in any GB drill.


You can always find them in the penalty box. This isnt football, you want to run full speed from 10 yards away and blast a kid then go play football. Fastest game on two feet with skill and precision stick work. That's lacrosse. You MD guys think you can bully teams all the time


Couldnt take the rigors of football, no problem. Volleyball might be a good second sport for him.

This is 2026? Kids who play football and lacrosse or lacrosse and almost any other sport are fine. There is not noticeable difference on a lacrosse field between kids who play football and those who choose not to other than when you hear the stunad parent on the sideline giving bad advice because he never played lacrosse.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/20/19 08:45 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Which 2026 teams are playing in the NAL fall tournament on Nov 9th?


Go look on the site. They are listed.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/20/19 08:46 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Which 2026 teams are playing in the NAL fall tournament on Nov 9th?

https://www.nalacrosse.com/fall-2018-attending-teams/
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/20/19 09:16 PM

Thanks but the website only lists the teams from last year. 2018. That’s why I asked here.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/20/19 09:24 PM

Thanks but the website only lists the teams from last year. 2018. That’s why I asked here.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/20/19 10:19 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
I always found football players to be more equiped for the rigors of the game of lacrosse. You can tell the Football players from the soccer players in any GB drill.


You can always find them in the penalty box. This isnt football, you want to run full speed from 10 yards away and blast a kid then go play football. Fastest game on two feet with skill and precision stick work. That's lacrosse. You MD guys think you can bully teams all the time


Couldnt take the rigors of football, no problem. Volleyball might be a good second sport for him.


Soccer players tend to use intelligence and have a higher sports IQ whereas football players are going to rely more on athleticism. It's not a tough debate. To each his own. Good teams will have a mix of both types of athletes.


Might be, Recently heard a D1 coach talk about recruiting along with some general lacrosse stuff. He said he gets lots of emails/videos and only reads the first paragraph and maybe watch first 20 seconds of video, His only exception was when he saw they played football in HS too. Then he read and watched much more.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/21/19 01:00 PM

My son’s team requires a helmet, but they are not part of the dues we pay. Is it normal for helmets to be excluded from club dues?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/21/19 03:04 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
My son’s team requires a helmet, but they are not part of the dues we pay. Is it normal for helmets to be excluded from club dues?


I would say yes it is normal, because returning players that can reuse their helmets would not need to pay dues each year for a helmet they already own. New players would be required to purchase the helmet if your club requires a specific helmet, so it would be considered an additional expense, and not part of the yearly dues.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/21/19 03:29 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
My son’s team requires a helmet, but they are not part of the dues we pay. Is it normal for helmets to be excluded from club dues?


not unusual. Your guy will be able to wear that helmet for several years. Better to only pay that extra $250 once as opposed to them building into fee and pocketing the extra $ in years that you don't get a new helmet
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/22/19 02:39 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
My son’s team requires a helmet, but they are not part of the dues we pay. Is it normal for helmets to be excluded from club dues?


Most club teams provide helmet and uniform. If you are returning player, the club gets to pocket the extra money as long as helmet stays the same.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/24/19 11:06 AM

Has anyone heard if there team is going to the MD lacrosse tournament in Columbia on October 20th?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/24/19 12:49 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Has anyone heard if there team is going to the MD lacrosse tournament in Columbia on October 20th?

Yes, and I would think most teams know their fall schedule by now.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/24/19 12:52 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Has anyone heard if there team is going to the MD lacrosse tournament in Columbia on October 20th?


https://www.tourneymachine.com/Publ...ivision=h20190912200052165e1ac38d946cd46
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/24/19 01:50 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Has anyone heard if there team is going to the MD lacrosse tournament in Columbia on October 20th?


https://www.tourneymachine.com/Publ...ivision=h20190912200052165e1ac38d946cd46



Thank you very much.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/24/19 02:13 PM

The 8am Looney's vs True game should be interesting LOL

I will never play 2026 right?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/24/19 02:26 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
The 8am Looney's vs True game should be interesting LOL

I will never play 2026 right?


??????
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/24/19 05:10 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
The 8am Looney's vs True game should be interesting LOL

I will never play 2026 right?


??????


If the comment gets deleted, did it really ever happen. HAHAHAHAHAHAHA
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/24/19 06:23 PM

Looney's will Roll True by 10
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/24/19 07:57 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Looney's will Roll True by 10


No chance, True is loaded.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/24/19 07:58 PM

True will seal their position in the Elite division for the spring after these three games.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/24/19 08:52 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Looney's will Roll True by 10


No chance, True is loaded.


Loaded?? Lol. Garbage!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/24/19 08:58 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
True will seal their position in the Elite division for the spring after these three games.


True is AAA at best. True is not playing Elite. Still looking for a goalie from what I heard.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/25/19 02:34 AM

If they're looking for a goalie they are not Elite or AAA. THey might be B.

You cannot compete as a team in this area at a high level without a good goalie.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/25/19 11:02 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
If they're looking for a goalie they are not Elite or AAA. THey might be B.

You cannot compete as a team in this area at a high level without a good goalie.


One thing is for sure. The rumors were put to bed about their 2025 goalie so we know he can't be playing 2026 unless that father is a complete liar who ran his mouth out of turn.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/25/19 11:03 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous


True is AAA at best. True is not playing Elite. Still looking for a goalie from what I heard.

Your source’s credibility should be questioned.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/25/19 11:37 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
If they're looking for a goalie they are not Elite or AAA. THey might be B.

You cannot compete as a team in this area at a high level without a good goalie.


I thought they had one. Did he go elsewhere?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/25/19 01:02 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Looney's will Roll True by 10


Did True get a goalie?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/25/19 01:12 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous


True is AAA at best. True is not playing Elite. Still looking for a goalie from what I heard.

Your source’s credibility should be questioned.


We could look at some previous postings, but they have mysteriously disappeared.

He needs to come back in here an own what he said
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/25/19 02:26 PM

True has a goalie. They will be fine, and they will be ready for 10/20.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/25/19 02:30 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous


True is AAA at best. True is not playing Elite. Still looking for a goalie from what I heard.

Your source’s credibility should be questioned.


We could look at some previous postings, but they have mysteriously disappeared.

He needs to come back in here an own what he said

Own what he said? Dude, this is an anonymous forum, don’t hold your breath. And if previous postings from an anonymous poster is your idea of credible information, you need some help.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/25/19 03:15 PM


Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous


True is AAA at best. True is not playing Elite. Still looking for a goalie from what I heard.

Your source’s credibility should be questioned.


We could look at some previous postings, but they have mysteriously disappeared.

He needs to come back in here an own what he said

Own what he said? Dude, this is an anonymous forum, don’t hold your breath. And if previous postings from an anonymous poster is your idea of credible information, you need some help.


He put his name on it. Ran his mouth. Now he’s running away
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/25/19 03:38 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous


True is AAA at best. True is not playing Elite. Still looking for a goalie from what I heard.

Your source’s credibility should be questioned.


We could look at some previous postings, but they have mysteriously disappeared.

He needs to come back in here an own what he said

Own what he said? Dude, this is an anonymous forum, don’t hold your breath. And if previous postings from an anonymous poster is your idea of credible information, you need some help.


He put his name on it. Ran his mouth. Now he’s running away

You can probably find him over by the see-saw or monkey bars.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/25/19 06:19 PM

SMH, schedule changes already.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/25/19 06:26 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous


True is AAA at best. True is not playing Elite. Still looking for a goalie from what I heard.

Your source’s credibility should be questioned.


We could look at some previous postings, but they have mysteriously disappeared.

He needs to come back in here an own what he said

Own what he said? Dude, this is an anonymous forum, don’t hold your breath. And if previous postings from an anonymous poster is your idea of credible information, you need some help.


He put his name on it. Ran his mouth. Now he’s running away

You can probably find him over by the see-saw or monkey bars.


He knows who he is
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/25/19 09:25 PM

Who cares what team an 11 year old goalie plays for??
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/25/19 11:17 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Who cares what team an 11 year old goalie plays for??


You do...or you wouldnt be on this site.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/26/19 12:07 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Who cares what team an 11 year old goalie plays for??


You do...or you wouldnt be on this site.


Lol.. not really but Ok.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/26/19 11:02 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Who cares what team an 11 year old goalie plays for??


You do...or you wouldnt be on this site.


Lol.. not really but Ok.


You wouldn't be here if you didn't care. It's okay
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/26/19 11:15 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
SMH, schedule changes already.


Coaches calling the tournament director with matchup requests?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/26/19 02:37 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
SMH, schedule changes already.


Coaches calling the tournament director with matchup requests?

Some want to make sure they are guaranteed a win and not an 0-3 record.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/26/19 02:40 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
SMH, schedule changes already.


Coaches calling the tournament director with matchup requests?


Or ducking
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/26/19 03:17 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
SMH, schedule changes already.


Coaches calling the tournament director with matchup requests?


Or ducking


What all changed?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/26/19 08:44 PM

Other than the Hawks there isnt a top 5 national team in MD.LXC will not be #4 in the nation again this year we will be the top again.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/26/19 09:00 PM

92 MD easily in top 5
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/26/19 09:02 PM

You must not be from around these parts. Everyone knows the best 2026 team right now is the 2025 Crabs team. Just wait you will see in a few years.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/26/19 09:43 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
92 MD easily in top 5


91MD isnt in the top 10 nationally. maybe #20 but that is questionable with all their losses last summar. this year the lefty might get them to #19 hopefully.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/26/19 10:41 PM

Club rankings before 9th grade mean NOTHING
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/27/19 09:26 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Club rankings before 9th grade mean NOTHING


Where are the club rankings listed? Is there a website somewhere? Just curious.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/27/19 10:50 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
You must not be from around these parts. Everyone knows the best 2026 team right now is the 2025 Crabs team. Just wait you will see in a few years.

Hahahahahahaha. True.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/27/19 11:09 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
92 MD easily in top 5


91MD isnt in the top 10 nationally. maybe #20 but that is questionable with all their losses last summar. this year the lefty might get them to #19 hopefully.


91 is #1 at lining their bags up nicely.

Madlax is running scared. Too funny.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/27/19 11:22 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
SMH, schedule changes already.


Coaches calling the tournament director with matchup requests?

Some want to make sure they are guaranteed a win and not an 0-3 record.


Probably a good idea.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/27/19 12:15 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Club rankings before 9th grade mean NOTHING



Club rankings dont mean anything at any age group
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/27/19 12:16 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Other than the Hawks there isnt a top 5 national team in MD.LXC will not be #4 in the nation again this year we will be the top again.



Be careful what you wish for because you might just see a bus from MD in Massachusetts in July
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/27/19 02:20 PM

Which teams changed their games?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/27/19 02:50 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Which teams changed their games?



This^^^^^^^^
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/27/19 03:08 PM

I know my son's team (Madlax) doesn't play the Hawks now . They did initially.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/27/19 03:10 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Which teams changed their games?



Looks like Madlax and or Rough Riders changed

Originally Hawks vs Mad Lax but now its Hawks vs Rough Riders at 12
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/27/19 06:40 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
I know my son's team (Madlax) doesn't play the Hawks now . They did initially.

How convenient.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/27/19 07:57 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Which teams changed their games?



Looks like Madlax and or Rough Riders changed

Originally Hawks vs Mad Lax but now its Hawks vs Rough Riders at 12


Stop, drop, shut 'em down, open up shop
Oh, no
That's how Ruff Ryders roll
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/27/19 09:03 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Which teams changed their games?



Looks like Madlax and or Rough Riders changed

Originally Hawks vs Mad Lax but now its Hawks vs Rough Riders at 12


Stop, drop, shut 'em down, open up shop
Oh, no
That's how Ruff Ryders roll


Madlax didn’t want to play Hawks. They cried. Roughriders gets to pick up their slack. It will be a learning experience.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/27/19 10:06 PM

That is surprising. MadLax was riding high at the end of the summer and then picked up some good players from BLC. Why would they not want to take on the Hawks? Is it known for sure that MadLax requested the change?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/28/19 02:47 AM

Mad lax almost broke top 15 last year so this could be their BO year to maybe 12? In MD they ranked behind hawks and then other quality teams like looneys, blc, diamondbacks but they did beat 91md at Hershey so maybe mad lax can be 5 in hoco 91md was 2 & 4at Hershey I think but they got that lefty.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/30/19 05:32 PM

Ranking 11 yr old lacrosse teams. Really?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/30/19 08:11 PM

Hawks 2026 have NLF tournament championship July 19-20, 2020 on their tournament schedule. Watch out laxachusetts, tommyknockers etc. Best team in the nation will be there taking no prisoners.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 09/30/19 09:26 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hawks 2026 have NLF tournament championship July 19-20, 2020 on their tournament schedule. Watch out laxachusetts, tommyknockers etc. Best team in the nation will be there taking no prisoners.


🤮
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/01/19 02:03 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hawks 2026 have NLF tournament championship July 19-20, 2020 on their tournament schedule. Watch out laxachusetts, tommyknockers etc. Best team in the nation will be there taking no prisoners.


There are lots of dense posts on here but this one is up there. Are you going to war? Will the kids be armed? Is that what you guys do in MD try and bully teams?

Why dont we let 11 year olds have some fun playing lacrosse. Dont take that away from them
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/01/19 02:50 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hawks 2026 have NLF tournament championship July 19-20, 2020 on their tournament schedule. Watch out laxachusetts, tommyknockers etc. Best team in the nation will be there taking no prisoners.


There are lots of dense posts on here but this one is up there. Are you going to war? Will the kids be armed? Is that what you guys do in MD try and bully teams?

Why dont we let 11 year olds have some fun playing lacrosse. Dont take that away from them

Hawks parents don’t let 11yr olds have fun. You know this.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/01/19 03:34 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hawks 2026 have NLF tournament championship July 19-20, 2020 on their tournament schedule. Watch out laxachusetts, tommyknockers etc. Best team in the nation will be there taking no prisoners.


There are lots of dense posts on here but this one is up there. Are you going to war? Will the kids be armed? Is that what you guys do in MD try and bully teams?

Why dont we let 11 year olds have some fun playing lacrosse. Dont take that away from them

Hawks parents don’t let 11yr olds have fun. You know this.


Hawks don't have 11 year olds playing, they are all 12 or 13. You know this.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/01/19 03:59 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hawks 2026 have NLF tournament championship July 19-20, 2020 on their tournament schedule. Watch out laxachusetts, tommyknockers etc. Best team in the nation will be there taking no prisoners.


There are lots of dense posts on here but this one is up there. Are you going to war? Will the kids be armed? Is that what you guys do in MD try and bully teams?

Why dont we let 11 year olds have some fun playing lacrosse. Dont take that away from them

Hawks parents don’t let 11yr olds have fun. You know this.


Hawks don't have 11 year olds playing, they are all 12 or 13. You know this.


When should I start making sure my 11 year old is ready for D1 ? Or am I already to late ?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/01/19 04:09 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hawks 2026 have NLF tournament championship July 19-20, 2020 on their tournament schedule. Watch out laxachusetts, tommyknockers etc. Best team in the nation will be there taking no prisoners.


There are lots of dense posts on here but this one is up there. Are you going to war? Will the kids be armed? Is that what you guys do in MD try and bully teams?

Why dont we let 11 year olds have some fun playing lacrosse. Dont take that away from them

Hawks parents don’t let 11yr olds have fun. You know this.


Hawks don't have 11 year olds playing, they are all 12 or 13. You know this.


All 2026 kids are starting to turn 12 this fall
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/01/19 05:19 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hawks 2026 have NLF tournament championship July 19-20, 2020 on their tournament schedule. Watch out laxachusetts, tommyknockers etc. Best team in the nation will be there taking no prisoners.


There are lots of dense posts on here but this one is up there. Are you going to war? Will the kids be armed? Is that what you guys do in MD try and bully teams?

Why dont we let 11 year olds have some fun playing lacrosse. Dont take that away from them

Hawks parents don’t let 11yr olds have fun. You know this.


Hawks don't have 11 year olds playing, they are all 12 or 13. You know this.


All 2026 kids are starting to turn 12 this fall


Most after 9/1, unlike Hawks. You know this.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/01/19 08:38 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hawks 2026 have NLF tournament championship July 19-20, 2020 on their tournament schedule. Watch out laxachusetts, tommyknockers etc. Best team in the nation will be there taking no prisoners.


There are lots of dense posts on here but this one is up there. Are you going to war? Will the kids be armed? Is that what you guys do in MD try and bully teams?

Why dont we let 11 year olds have some fun playing lacrosse. Dont take that away from them

Hawks parents don’t let 11yr olds have fun. You know this.


Hawks don't have 11 year olds playing, they are all 12 or 13. You know this.


All 2026 kids are starting to turn 12 this fall


Most after 9/1, unlike Hawks. You know this.


Of course he does. Not sure why he finds a need to sneak around with a team full of holdbacks . We all know the drill
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/02/19 01:43 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hawks 2026 have NLF tournament championship July 19-20, 2020 on their tournament schedule. Watch out laxachusetts, tommyknockers etc. Best team in the nation will be there taking no prisoners.


There are lots of dense posts on here but this one is up there. Are you going to war? Will the kids be armed? Is that what you guys do in MD try and bully teams?

Why dont we let 11 year olds have some fun playing lacrosse. Dont take that away from them

Hawks parents don’t let 11yr olds have fun. You know this.


Hawks don't have 11 year olds playing, they are all 12 or 13. You know this.


All 2026 kids are starting to turn 12 this fall


Most after 9/1, unlike Hawks. You know this.


Yes, I know, it is 10-2 today.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/04/19 01:47 PM

10-4
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/04/19 06:55 PM

I'm trying to find out info on All In, my son wants to tryout for team.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/04/19 08:20 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
I'm trying to find out info on All In, my son wants to tryout for team.


You should be able to find information by late May
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/04/19 10:37 PM

All In is All Done!!!!!

Average team at best, wouldn't even make the elite division....stay where you are...
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/05/19 12:39 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
All In is All Done!!!!!

Average team at best, wouldn't even make the elite division....stay where you are...


Sorry your son got cut. Have him Hit The Wall !
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/05/19 04:41 PM

How many championships did All In win? Oh, yeah....ZERO!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/06/19 01:34 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
How many championships did All In win? Oh, yeah....ZERO!


I told you , stop being bitter about getting cut, have him Hit The Wall !
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/06/19 05:36 PM

Again, how many championships did they win? I can do this all day!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/06/19 07:13 PM

My son was on the team and it was a hand picked team from over 8 different teams. There were no tryouts, so how can anyone get cut?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/06/19 11:49 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
All In is All Done!!!!!

Average team at best, wouldn't even make the elite division....stay where you are...


Sorry your son got cut. Have him Hit The Wall !


LOL. Like there were tryouts. There were barely any practices.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/07/19 12:29 AM

Any word on talent of True Annapolis? They gonna be AAA like AYLC?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/07/19 12:32 AM

From my understanding they had 12.5 coaches and 1.5 practices...sounds like a great program...lame!!!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/07/19 02:35 PM

None of this matters. The club model is failing and people are going back to rec.. They have had enough of spending thousands of dollars with terrible coaching.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/07/19 03:29 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
None of this matters. The club model is failing and people are going back to rec.. They have had enough of spending thousands of dollars with terrible coaching.



That is because club has been diluted with rec level teams calling themselves a club team. Proof of this is the forty 2026 club teams in 5 divisions of the HOCO spring league.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/07/19 03:54 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
None of this matters. The club model is failing and people are going back to rec.. They have had enough of spending thousands of dollars with terrible coaching.



That is because club has been diluted with rec level teams calling themselves a club team. Proof of this is the forty 2026 club teams in 5 divisions of the HOCO spring league.
Club should go back to just High School teams... The money grab and claim that the talent is better, the facilities are better, and the player development is better is all BS... It's all a pack of lies and no one cares who won a 6th grade HOCO championship or some other dense tournament.....Parents are getting smarter and the lies these club directors are telling people is all bunk....
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/07/19 04:16 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
None of this matters. The club model is failing and people are going back to rec.. They have had enough of spending thousands of dollars with terrible coaching.



That is because club has been diluted with rec level teams calling themselves a club team. Proof of this is the forty 2026 club teams in 5 divisions of the HOCO spring league.
Club should go back to just High School teams... The money grab and claim that the talent is better, the facilities are better, and the player development is better is all BS... It's all a pack of lies and no one cares who won a 6th grade HOCO championship or some other dense tournament.....Parents are getting smarter and the lies these club directors are telling people is all bunk....


100% agree. Even the most Elite teams don't develop kids either. Just recruit best talent each year.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/07/19 04:37 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
None of this matters. The club model is failing and people are going back to rec.. They have had enough of spending thousands of dollars with terrible coaching.



That is because club has been diluted with rec level teams calling themselves a club team. Proof of this is the forty 2026 club teams in 5 divisions of the HOCO spring league.
Club should go back to just High School teams... The money grab and claim that the talent is better, the facilities are better, and the player development is better is all BS... It's all a pack of lies and no one cares who won a 6th grade HOCO championship or some other dense tournament.....Parents are getting smarter and the lies these club directors are telling people is all bunk....


100% agree. Even the most Elite teams don't develop kids either. Just recruit best talent each year.


You need to hit the comment wall and come back and try again.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/07/19 10:42 PM

No one cares who wins 6 grade HOCO? Cmon!! Hawks are 43-0!! D1 coaches already have these kids on their radar!!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/08/19 01:50 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
No one cares who wins 6 grade HOCO? Cmon!! Hawks are 43-0!! D1 coaches already have these kids on their radar!!


Greatest accumulation of 6th grade talent we've ever seen! Parents should be proud.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/08/19 10:36 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
No one cares who wins 6 grade HOCO? Cmon!! Hawks are 43-0!! D1 coaches already have these kids on their radar!!


Greatest accumulation of 6th grade talent we've ever seen! Parents should be proud.

Oh, don’t you worry, they are proud.
One dad says D1 coaches have been talking to him about his kid since 3rd grade. Ok. Whatever.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/08/19 12:11 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
No one cares who wins 6 grade HOCO? Cmon!! Hawks are 43-0!! D1 coaches already have these kids on their radar!!


Greatest accumulation of 6th grade talent we've ever seen! Parents should be proud.

Oh, don’t you worry, they are proud.
One dad says D1 coaches have been talking to him about his kid since 3rd grade. Ok. Whatever.


If you believe anything on here about the Hawks is posted by an actual Hawks parent, then I actually feel sorry for you.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/08/19 12:21 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
No one cares who wins 6 grade HOCO? Cmon!! Hawks are 43-0!! D1 coaches already have these kids on their radar!!


Greatest accumulation of 6th grade talent we've ever seen! Parents should be proud.

Oh, don’t you worry, they are proud.
One dad says D1 coaches have been talking to him about his kid since 3rd grade. Ok. Whatever.


The summer after 3rd grade to be accurate.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/08/19 12:31 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
No one cares who wins 6 grade HOCO? Cmon!! Hawks are 43-0!! D1 coaches already have these kids on their radar!!


Greatest accumulation of 6th grade talent we've ever seen! Parents should be proud.

Oh, don’t you worry, they are proud.
One dad says D1 coaches have been talking to him about his kid since 3rd grade. Ok. Whatever.


The summer after 3rd grade to be accurate.


If your kids are as dense as you it must explain why they get rolled on the field all spring and summer
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/08/19 12:47 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
No one cares who wins 6 grade HOCO? Cmon!! Hawks are 43-0!! D1 coaches already have these kids on their radar!!


Greatest accumulation of 6th grade talent we've ever seen! Parents should be proud.

Oh, don’t you worry, they are proud.
One dad says D1 coaches have been talking to him about his kid since 3rd grade. Ok. Whatever.


If you believe anything on here about the Hawks is posted by an actual Hawks parent, then I actually feel sorry for you.


It came out of a dad’s mouth on a sideline. He is a Hawks dad. But to answer your question, no I don’t believe 98% of what is posted on here or out of a Hawks dad’s mouth. That was the point of my sarcastic post.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/08/19 05:38 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
No one cares who wins 6 grade HOCO? Cmon!! Hawks are 43-0!! D1 coaches already have these kids on their radar!!


Greatest accumulation of 6th grade talent we've ever seen! Parents should be proud.

Oh, don’t you worry, they are proud.
One dad says D1 coaches have been talking to him about his kid since 3rd grade. Ok. Whatever.


The summer after 3rd grade to be accurate.



LMAO you sir are completely delusional and I feel sorry for you son when he ends up quitting the sports before HS due to you unrealistic expectations.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/08/19 09:23 PM

How many of these elite level teams are ok with their players being elite level multi sport athletes? How many of these kids can juggle playing elite level club lacrosse and another elite level club sport? It seems like kids are so specialized now...limiting themselves to one sport early on. Is that a good thing or a bad thing?

I need a board like this for Maryland youth soccer.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/08/19 10:21 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
No one cares who wins 6 grade HOCO? Cmon!! Hawks are 43-0!! D1 coaches already have these kids on their radar!!


Greatest accumulation of 6th grade talent we've ever seen! Parents should be proud.

Oh, don’t you worry, they are proud.
One dad says D1 coaches have been talking to him about his kid since 3rd grade. Ok. Whatever.


The summer after 3rd grade to be accurate.



LMAO you sir are completely delusional and I feel sorry for you son when he ends up quitting the sports before HS due to you unrealistic expectations.


Man, there really needs to be a sarcasm font. It was a joke. Settle down.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/09/19 02:30 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
No one cares who wins 6 grade HOCO? Cmon!! Hawks are 43-0!! D1 coaches already have these kids on their radar!!


Greatest accumulation of 6th grade talent we've ever seen! Parents should be proud.

Oh, don’t you worry, they are proud.
One dad says D1 coaches have been talking to him about his kid since 3rd grade. Ok. Whatever.


The summer after 3rd grade to be accurate.



LMAO you sir are completely delusional and I feel sorry for you son when he ends up quitting the sports before HS due to you unrealistic expectations.


Jealous and envious it is not your son. Mine was looked at during Regular season, not summer. D1 coach walks by and says that kid looks good. Pretty sure that is code for " commitment letter coming " .
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/09/19 11:35 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous


If you believe anything on here about the Hawks is posted by an actual Hawks parent, then I actually feel sorry for you.


It came out of a dad’s mouth on a sideline. He is a Hawks dad. But to answer your question, no I don’t believe 98% of what is posted on here or out of a Hawks dad’s mouth. That was the point of my sarcastic post.


Crickets. I bet he was that dad.
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/09/19 02:35 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous


If you believe anything on here about the Hawks is posted by an actual Hawks parent, then I actually feel sorry for you.


It came out of a dad’s mouth on a sideline. He is a Hawks dad. But to answer your question, no I don’t believe 98% of what is posted on here or out of a Hawks dad’s mouth. That was the point of my sarcastic post.


Crickets. I bet he was that dad.


What in God's holy name are you blathering about
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/09/19 05:25 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
How many of these elite level teams are ok with their players being elite level multi sport athletes? How many of these kids can juggle playing elite level club lacrosse and another elite level club sport? It seems like kids are so specialized now...limiting themselves to one sport early on. Is that a good thing or a bad thing?

I need a board like this for Maryland youth soccer.


Coaches love having multi-sport athletes - lax is spring and summer and that's in-season

Football and wrestling dont interfere with lacrosse because they are fall and winter sports.

Any high school or college coach always asks about grades first and what other sports do you play
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/09/19 06:06 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
How many of these elite level teams are ok with their players being elite level multi sport athletes? How many of these kids can juggle playing elite level club lacrosse and another elite level club sport? It seems like kids are so specialized now...limiting themselves to one sport early on. Is that a good thing or a bad thing?

I need a board like this for Maryland youth soccer.


My son plays on one of the Elite HOCO teams. I believe every kid on the team plays either soccer or football in the fall. Most play basketball and a few wrestle in the winter. None are Lacrosse only.
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/09/19 06:21 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
How many of these elite level teams are ok with their players being elite level multi sport athletes? How many of these kids can juggle playing elite level club lacrosse and another elite level club sport? It seems like kids are so specialized now...limiting themselves to one sport early on. Is that a good thing or a bad thing?

I need a board like this for Maryland youth soccer.


Coaches love having multi-sport athletes - lax is spring and summer and that's in-season

Football and wrestling dont interfere with lacrosse because they are fall and winter sports.

Any high school or college coach always asks about grades first and what other sports do you play

That is so overstated today. There is no way a kid can play for two elite clubs in today's environment. Sure kids play other sports but usually as a hobby or so they can check the box as a two sport athlete. The kids serious about football, basketball, wrestling all do that year round as well. A kid can be elite in two sports but hard to play for two elite teams. In HS it works to just play for the HS football or wrestling team
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/09/19 07:13 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
How many of these elite level teams are ok with their players being elite level multi sport athletes? How many of these kids can juggle playing elite level club lacrosse and another elite level club sport? It seems like kids are so specialized now...limiting themselves to one sport early on. Is that a good thing or a bad thing?

I need a board like this for Maryland youth soccer.


Coaches love having multi-sport athletes - lax is spring and summer and that's in-season

Football and wrestling dont interfere with lacrosse because they are fall and winter sports.

Any high school or college coach always asks about grades first and what other sports do you play


Works for wrestling and football and I have seen to an extent hockey. It will not work with hoops as their elite level AAU stuff runs in the Spring and Summer and soccer, well, that depends on your value to the lax coach and if he's going to let you miss practices and games for it. But if you try to play elite soccer and lax you are going to have to sacrifice on one of them and let people down. From experience.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/09/19 08:22 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
How many of these elite level teams are ok with their players being elite level multi sport athletes? How many of these kids can juggle playing elite level club lacrosse and another elite level club sport? It seems like kids are so specialized now...limiting themselves to one sport early on. Is that a good thing or a bad thing?

I need a board like this for Maryland youth soccer.


Coaches love having multi-sport athletes - lax is spring and summer and that's in-season

Football and wrestling dont interfere with lacrosse because they are fall and winter sports.

Any high school or college coach always asks about grades first and what other sports do you play

That is so overstated today. There is no way a kid can play for two elite clubs in today's environment. Sure kids play other sports but usually as a hobby or so they can check the box as a two sport athlete. The kids serious about football, basketball, wrestling all do that year round as well. A kid can be elite in two sports but hard to play for two elite teams. In HS it works to just play for the HS football or wrestling team


This is kind of what I was asking. I know a lot of kids play 2 or more sports...but how many of them are able to juggle it at the elite level in each sport? Is it even possible in today’s youth sports with the level of commitment that is required to play elite level anything?
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/09/19 11:38 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
How many of these elite level teams are ok with their players being elite level multi sport athletes? How many of these kids can juggle playing elite level club lacrosse and another elite level club sport? It seems like kids are so specialized now...limiting themselves to one sport early on. Is that a good thing or a bad thing?

I need a board like this for Maryland youth soccer.


Coaches love having multi-sport athletes - lax is spring and summer and that's in-season

Football and wrestling dont interfere with lacrosse because they are fall and winter sports.

Any high school or college coach always asks about grades first and what other sports do you play

That is so overstated today. There is no way a kid can play for two elite clubs in today's environment. Sure kids play other sports but usually as a hobby or so they can check the box as a two sport athlete. The kids serious about football, basketball, wrestling all do that year round as well. A kid can be elite in two sports but hard to play for two elite teams. In HS it works to just play for the HS football or wrestling team


This is kind of what I was asking. I know a lot of kids play 2 or more sports...but how many of them are able to juggle it at the elite level in each sport? Is it even possible in today’s youth sports with the level of commitment that is required to play elite level anything?


We sat down and made the decision that if we are really going to pay the money and pursue lacrosse at an Elite level then we would settle down on soccer and other sports. For example. There is a large tournament this weekend in AA county his soccer team is in. He has practice this weekend for lax. We let his soccer coach know that even though it is soccer season, we will not be attending any games that fall during his lax practice times. Obviously the opposite would be to tell his lax coach he would need to miss practice to go to soccer. Either way you are letting someone down and I am not sure how to juggle it properly without just fully committing to one. We all hear the encouraging other sports theory from coaches. That also comes with the caveat we will encourage another kid to step up and take your kids spot when he isn't at practice or doesn't know the plays. Hope this helped a bit
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/10/19 02:33 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
How many of these elite level teams are ok with their players being elite level multi sport athletes? How many of these kids can juggle playing elite level club lacrosse and another elite level club sport? It seems like kids are so specialized now...limiting themselves to one sport early on. Is that a good thing or a bad thing?

I need a board like this for Maryland youth soccer.


Coaches love having multi-sport athletes - lax is spring and summer and that's in-season

Football and wrestling dont interfere with lacrosse because they are fall and winter sports.

Any high school or college coach always asks about grades first and what other sports do you play


Works for wrestling and football and I have seen to an extent hockey. It will not work with hoops as their elite level AAU stuff runs in the Spring and Summer and soccer, well, that depends on your value to the lax coach and if he's going to let you miss practices and games for it. But if you try to play elite soccer and lax you are going to have to sacrifice on one of them and let people down. From experience.


Pretty spot on. Elite soccer is year round, Probably the worst sport to have another sport along with. If you say you can miss a game or practice on a elite soccer team, you arent playing real elite soccer.

At High School level it is almost impossible to play more than club lacrosse . You can play other sports for your High School team during season and have fun, but that is about it.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/10/19 01:30 PM

This is simple - the kids are in 6th grade and they should be playing multiple sports. No kid should be specializing at this age.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/10/19 02:04 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
This is simple - the kids are in 6th grade and they should be playing multiple sports. No kid should be specializing at this age.


The discussion is not about not playing multiple sports, it is about playing multiple elite sports. Hit the reading comprehension wall and come on back.
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/10/19 02:17 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
How many of these elite level teams are ok with their players being elite level multi sport athletes? How many of these kids can juggle playing elite level club lacrosse and another elite level club sport? It seems like kids are so specialized now...limiting themselves to one sport early on. Is that a good thing or a bad thing?

I need a board like this for Maryland youth soccer.


Coaches love having multi-sport athletes - lax is spring and summer and that's in-season

Football and wrestling dont interfere with lacrosse because they are fall and winter sports.

Any high school or college coach always asks about grades first and what other sports do you play


Works for wrestling and football and I have seen to an extent hockey. It will not work with hoops as their elite level AAU stuff runs in the Spring and Summer and soccer, well, that depends on your value to the lax coach and if he's going to let you miss practices and games for it. But if you try to play elite soccer and lax you are going to have to sacrifice on one of them and let people down. From experience.


Pretty spot on. Elite soccer is year round, Probably the worst sport to have another sport along with. If you say you can miss a game or practice on a elite soccer team, you arent playing real elite soccer.

At High School level it is almost impossible to play more than club lacrosse . You can play other sports for your High School team during season and have fun, but that is about it.

HIghly competitive wrestling is also year round with a tournament just about every weekend. I know those who say they should play multiple sports are correct but we are talking about higher level elite sports. It is literally impossible to play two sports at that level. Kids need to pick a primary sport and all others are basically a hobby. If you are lucky you may even be able to wedge in a ski trip or beach vacation. Anyone who claims different is not playing on an elite team.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/10/19 02:37 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
How many of these elite level teams are ok with their players being elite level multi sport athletes? How many of these kids can juggle playing elite level club lacrosse and another elite level club sport? It seems like kids are so specialized now...limiting themselves to one sport early on. Is that a good thing or a bad thing?

I need a board like this for Maryland youth soccer.


Coaches love having multi-sport athletes - lax is spring and summer and that's in-season

Football and wrestling dont interfere with lacrosse because they are fall and winter sports.

Any high school or college coach always asks about grades first and what other sports do you play


Works for wrestling and football and I have seen to an extent hockey. It will not work with hoops as their elite level AAU stuff runs in the Spring and Summer and soccer, well, that depends on your value to the lax coach and if he's going to let you miss practices and games for it. But if you try to play elite soccer and lax you are going to have to sacrifice on one of them and let people down. From experience.


Pretty spot on. Elite soccer is year round, Probably the worst sport to have another sport along with. If you say you can miss a game or practice on a elite soccer team, you arent playing real elite soccer.

At High School level it is almost impossible to play more than club lacrosse . You can play other sports for your High School team during season and have fun, but that is about it.


HIghly competitive wrestling is also year round with a tournament just about every weekend. I know those who say they should play multiple sports are correct but we are talking about higher level elite sports. It is literally impossible to play two sports at that level. Kids need to pick a primary sport and all others are basically a hobby. If you are lucky you may even be able to wedge in a ski trip or beach vacation. Anyone who claims different is not playing on an elite team.



This exactly^^^^^^
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/10/19 02:47 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
This is simple - the kids are in 6th grade and they should be playing multiple sports. No kid should be specializing at this age.


The discussion is not about not playing multiple sports, it is about playing multiple elite sports. Hit the reading comprehension wall and come on back.


OUCH ! Thats gotta hurt.. Like the " Hit the Reading Comprehension Wall " !
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/10/19 03:03 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
This is simple - the kids are in 6th grade and they should be playing multiple sports. No kid should be specializing at this age.


The discussion is not about not playing multiple sports, it is about playing multiple elite sports. Hit the reading comprehension wall and come on back.


OUCH ! Thats gotta hurt.. Like the " Hit the Reading Comprehension Wall " !


Thank you. Glad someone else thinks the poster is a [ChillLaxin]
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/10/19 04:03 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
This is simple - the kids are in 6th grade and they should be playing multiple sports. No kid should be specializing at this age.


The discussion is not about not playing multiple sports, it is about playing multiple elite sports. Hit the reading comprehension wall and come on back.


OUCH ! Thats gotta hurt.. Like the " Hit the Reading Comprehension Wall " !


Thank you. Glad someone else thinks the poster is a [ChillLaxin]


"Why should we have to go to class if we come here to play FOOTBALL, we ain't come to play SCHOOL, classes are POINTLESS." - Cardale Jones
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/11/19 12:13 AM

My son plays elite level soccer, but he does not play elite level lacrosse. That decision was easy for us because he is an excellent soccer player, but he’s not a good enough lacrosse player to play elite level at this point. Even if he was though, there’s no way we would be able to swing both. He plays lacrosse on one of those rec turned “club” teams at HOCO you guys all despise, basically to have fun, stay in shape, and be with his friends.

I was not a lacrosse player, but I really enjoy watching them play, even if it’s not at the elite level. It’s fast and physical, and it beats the heck out of watching baseball...
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/11/19 01:53 AM

Last guy/post was a cool dude and want to grab a beer with him! Great insight.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/11/19 11:59 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Last guy/post was a cool dude and want to grab a beer with him! Great insight.


Not me.

""rec turned “club” teams at HOCO you guys all despise, basically to have fun, stay in shape, and be with his friends""

My son plays elite only not some rec scub team. , this is about playing at elite level , not playing at Fun level, staying in shape is for off season with his personal speed trainer, season is about getting elite lax skills, and being with friends?? Really ? He can make friends later while playing D1 lacrosse. Keep it real !
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/11/19 03:39 PM

"My son plays elite only not some rec scub team. , this is about playing at elite level , not playing at Fun level, staying in shape is for off season with his personal speed trainer, season is about getting elite lax skills, and being with friends?? Really ? He can make friends later while playing D1 lacrosse. Keep it real !"

Umm... we're talking about 11 and 12 year old kids who haven't hit puberty yet. Enjoy the fun now, save the intensity for later on. This is the best age.
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/11/19 07:37 PM

@USCL
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/11/19 08:00 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
@USCL

@USCL
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/11/19 08:34 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
@USCL


To all the doubters here Hawks are #1 in official national ranking. #1 according to USCL dot com ranking. #1 in 2026 ranking of top 25
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/11/19 08:41 PM

Interesting rankings.

Arden is too high, but I assume that the list is based on scores and I think they had a decent summer. Of course they dont exist anymore at 2026 do they?

Who are the Boston Kings?

Team 91 MD and Looneys belong somewhere on this list.

Madlax should be higher
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/11/19 08:45 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
@USCL


To all the doubters here Hawks are #1 in official national ranking. #1 according to USCL dot com ranking. #1 in 2026 ranking of top 25


Top 1/4 looks pretty accurate. The rest is nearly impossible to get right.

Boston Kings?
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/11/19 09:16 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
@USCL


To all the doubters here Hawks are #1 in official national ranking. #1 according to USCL dot com ranking. #1 in 2026 ranking of top 25


👏👏👏👏👏
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/11/19 09:18 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
@USCL


To all the doubters here Hawks are #1 in official national ranking. #1 according to USCL dot com ranking. #1 in 2026 ranking of top 25


Also have Diamondbacks at 12. Shows you how accurate these rankings are. Lol
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/11/19 10:58 PM

91 is not in it ??You know it’s a joke. We will prove it in HOCO this year. Best goalie and righty/lefty attack in the country.
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/11/19 11:33 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
91 is not in it ??You know it’s a joke. We will prove it in HOCO this year. Best goalie and righty/lefty attack in the country.


Lol. The trolling of 91 gets old. I’m sure the parents don’t appreciate it
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/12/19 12:42 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Interesting rankings.

Arden is too high, but I assume that the list is based on scores and I think they had a decent summer. Of course they dont exist anymore at 2026 do they?

Who are the Boston Kings?

Team 91 MD and Looneys belong somewhere on this list.

Madlax should be higher


My son played for Arden so I am biased. we had quality wins like against bbl. looneys and hawks are definitely better in hoco, but we are top 15 for sure with looneys and blc in front of us. get real that tommynickers are top 15. who are they? name a quality win of them, they wouldnt be top 5 in hoco. we could not touch the top 3 because they have way more athletes. who is boston kings? I think last year rank should be hawks, tiger, laxachusset, sweetlax, evolve, looneys, eclipse, express, bethesda, kings fine, bbl, Arden. how am i wrong?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/12/19 01:18 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
@USCL


To all the doubters here Hawks are #1 in official national ranking. #1 according to USCL dot com ranking. #1 in 2026 ranking of top 25


👏👏👏👏👏


Can we just discuss fca md at #8 and whatnot? maybe 28
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/12/19 01:34 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Interesting rankings.

Arden is too high, but I assume that the list is based on scores and I think they had a decent summer. Of course they dont exist anymore at 2026 do they?

Who are the Boston Kings?

Team 91 MD and Looneys belong somewhere on this list.

Madlax should be higher


My son played for Arden so I am biased. we had quality wins like against bbl. looneys and hawks are definitely better in hoco, but we are top 15 for sure with looneys and blc in front of us. get real that tommynickers are top 15. who are they? name a quality win of them, they wouldnt be top 5 in hoco. we could not touch the top 3 because they have way more athletes. who is boston kings? I think last year rank should be hawks, tiger, laxachusset, sweetlax, evolve, looneys, eclipse, express, bethesda, kings fine, bbl, Arden. how am i wrong?


looneys was #2 in hoco and had good wins. they got close on hawks and beat them the year before in hoco final so they should be top 6. bethesda is #3 in Maryland. bethesda held strong at nlf beating 91 long island and we went overtime with express, we got beten bad by hawks and tigers at nlf but they played in the finals and like out chances against laxachusetts. know way 2ways, fca, towersman should be in them spots. ok bbl should be 6 and eclipse 7 and who cares on last year anywhat
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/12/19 02:13 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Interesting rankings.

Arden is too high, but I assume that the list is based on scores and I think they had a decent summer. Of course they dont exist anymore at 2026 do they?

Who are the Boston Kings?

Team 91 MD and Looneys belong somewhere on this list.

Madlax should be higher


My son played for Arden so I am biased. we had quality wins like against bbl. looneys and hawks are definitely better in hoco, but we are top 15 for sure with looneys and blc in front of us. get real that tommynickers are top 15. who are they? name a quality win of them, they wouldnt be top 5 in hoco. we could not touch the top 3 because they have way more athletes. who is boston kings? I think last year rank should be hawks, tiger, laxachusset, sweetlax, evolve, looneys, eclipse, express, bethesda, kings fine, bbl, Arden. how am i wrong?


looneys was #2 in hoco and had good wins. they got close on hawks and beat them the year before in hoco final so they should be top 6. bethesda is #3 in Maryland. bethesda held strong at nlf beating 91 long island and we went overtime with express, we got beten bad by hawks and tigers at nlf but they played in the finals and like out chances against laxachusetts. know way 2ways, fca, towersman should be in them spots. ok bbl should be 6 and eclipse 7 and who cares on last year anywhat


Like it or not if they are taking this from summer tournaments. AYLC wins over FCA and Looneys most likely put them where they are and knocked Looneys out. Those are 2 good wins and again, if this is based off Summer alone
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/12/19 02:53 AM

Any laxachusetts dads hear of the Boston Kings?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/12/19 03:44 AM

fareal how did arden beat so many good teams after hoco?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/12/19 09:39 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
@USCL


To all the doubters here Hawks are #1 in official national ranking. #1 according to USCL dot com ranking. #1 in 2026 ranking of top 25


👏👏👏👏👏


Can we just discuss fca md at #8 and whatnot? maybe 28


These rankings are way off to say the least. I do think this is high for FCA and Looneys and 91 should be on this list. All three of these teams have improved this off season but the hawks are clearly the team to beat.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/12/19 12:40 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
@USCL


To all the doubters here Hawks are #1 in official national ranking. #1 according to USCL dot com ranking. #1 in 2026 ranking of top 25

Pretty sure no one ever doubted. That’s hard to do when Hawks parents keep feeling the need to remind the human race they are 546-0. We just don’t need to keep hearing it. That’s the issue. Congratulations on your #1 ranking. Enjoy your 6th grade accolade. It’s the first question they ask on recruiting questionnaires, what was your 6th grade record and ranking, so it’s good you have that to put down.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/12/19 12:57 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Interesting rankings.

Arden is too high, but I assume that the list is based on scores and I think they had a decent summer. Of course they dont exist anymore at 2026 do they?

Who are the Boston Kings?

Team 91 MD and Looneys belong somewhere on this list.

Madlax should be higher


My son played for Arden so I am biased. we had quality wins like against bbl. looneys and hawks are definitely better in hoco, but we are top 15 for sure with looneys and blc in front of us. get real that tommynickers are top 15. who are they? name a quality win of them, they wouldnt be top 5 in hoco. we could not touch the top 3 because they have way more athletes. who is boston kings? I think last year rank should be hawks, tiger, laxachusset, sweetlax, evolve, looneys, eclipse, express, bethesda, kings fine, bbl, Arden. how am i wrong?


looneys was #2 in hoco and had good wins. they got close on hawks and beat them the year before in hoco final so they should be top 6. bethesda is #3 in Maryland. bethesda held strong at nlf beating 91 long island and we went overtime with express, we got beten bad by hawks and tigers at nlf but they played in the finals and like out chances against laxachusetts. know way 2ways, fca, towersman should be in them spots. ok bbl should be 6 and eclipse 7 and who cares on last year anywhat


maryland in this order...hawks, Looneys, blc, arden, 91md, fca, crabs on summer and hoco...fact
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/12/19 01:59 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
fareal how did arden beat so many good teams after hoco?


Arden lost some close games in Hoco just didn't win any.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/14/19 11:54 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
fareal how did arden beat so many good teams after hoco?


Arden lost some close games in Hoco just didn't win any.

And they added players to their summer roster.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/14/19 11:58 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Interesting rankings.

Arden is too high, but I assume that the list is based on scores and I think they had a decent summer. Of course they dont exist anymore at 2026 do they?

Who are the Boston Kings?

Team 91 MD and Looneys belong somewhere on this list.

Madlax should be higher


My son played for Arden so I am biased. we had quality wins like against bbl. looneys and hawks are definitely better in hoco, but we are top 15 for sure with looneys and blc in front of us. get real that tommynickers are top 15. who are they? name a quality win of them, they wouldnt be top 5 in hoco. we could not touch the top 3 because they have way more athletes. who is boston kings? I think last year rank should be hawks, tiger, laxachusset, sweetlax, evolve, looneys, eclipse, express, bethesda, kings fine, bbl, Arden. how am i wrong?


looneys was #2 in hoco and had good wins. they got close on hawks and beat them the year before in hoco final so they should be top 6. bethesda is #3 in Maryland. bethesda held strong at nlf beating 91 long island and we went overtime with express, we got beten bad by hawks and tigers at nlf but they played in the finals and like out chances against laxachusetts. know way 2ways, fca, towersman should be in them spots. ok bbl should be 6 and eclipse 7 and who cares on last year anywhat


Looneys did not play in the HOCO final against the Hawks in 2018. Hawks played the Diamondbacks and won in 2018. Looneys were only in the final this year and they lost. Hawks played Bethesda in 2017 and lost.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/14/19 02:41 PM

PLC beat everyone from Md on that list 2 years ago, including Hawks. But that was 2 years ago. Things change.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/14/19 03:14 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
PLC beat everyone from Md on that list 2 years ago, including Hawks. But that was 2 years ago. Things change.


PLC is coming back big time and True Annapolis will be better then that PLC team was.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/14/19 07:01 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
PLC beat everyone from Md on that list 2 years ago, including Hawks. But that was 2 years ago. Things change.


PLC beat them twice and undefeated against Hawks
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/14/19 07:43 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
PLC beat everyone from Md on that list 2 years ago, including Hawks. But that was 2 years ago. Things change.


PLC beat them twice and undefeated against Hawks


What was PLC record last spring and summer & what tournaments did they play?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/14/19 08:19 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
PLC beat everyone from Md on that list 2 years ago, including Hawks. But that was 2 years ago. Things change.


PLC is coming back big time and True Annapolis will be better then that PLC team was.


Stop it! Not 1 Elite player on True Annapolis team.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/14/19 08:51 PM

True will go 1-2 this weekend falling to Looney's and VLC
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/14/19 08:56 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
PLC beat everyone from Md on that list 2 years ago, including Hawks. But that was 2 years ago. Things change.


PLC beat them twice and undefeated against Hawks


What was PLC record last spring and summer & what tournaments did they play?


crickets......
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/14/19 10:26 PM

They regrouped and added a ton of talent. Last year they were a combined 26/27 because a lot left. New coaching staff and players. Expect them to be pushing Elite by next year
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/15/19 08:48 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
They regrouped and added a ton of talent. Last year they were a combined 26/27 because a lot left. New coaching staff and players. Expect them to be pushing Elite by next year


Funny stuff. I will be sure to stop you and shake your hand and congratulate you when you rise.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/15/19 12:53 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
They regrouped and added a ton of talent. Last year they were a combined 26/27 because a lot left. New coaching staff and players. Expect them to be pushing Elite by next year


3D 2026
3D 2027
FCA 2027
NXT 2026
AYLC 2026
PLC 2026
Saltwater 2026
Salwater 27/28

Thoughts?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/15/19 01:13 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
They regrouped and added a ton of talent. Last year they were a combined 26/27 because a lot left. New coaching staff and players. Expect them to be pushing Elite by next year


3D 2026
3D 2027
FCA 2027
NXT 2026
AYLC 2026
PLC 2026
Saltwater 2026
Salwater 27/28

Thoughts?



What is this?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/15/19 01:19 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
They regrouped and added a ton of talent. Last year they were a combined 26/27 because a lot left. New coaching staff and players. Expect them to be pushing Elite by next year


3D 2026
3D 2027
FCA 2027
NXT 2026
AYLC 2026
PLC 2026
Saltwater 2026
Salwater 27/28

Thoughts?



What is this??
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/15/19 01:22 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
They regrouped and added a ton of talent. Last year they were a combined 26/27 because a lot left. New coaching staff and players. Expect them to be pushing Elite by next year


3D 2026
3D 2027
FCA 2027
NXT 2026
AYLC 2026
PLC 2026
Saltwater 2026
Salwater 27/28

Thoughts?



My thoughts. Saltwater should be relegated to summer tournaments where the mom's can put that teams real talents on display!!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/15/19 01:39 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
They regrouped and added a ton of talent. Last year they were a combined 26/27 because a lot left. New coaching staff and players. Expect them to be pushing Elite by next year


3D 2026
3D 2027
FCA 2027
NXT 2026
AYLC 2026
PLC 2026
Saltwater 2026
Salwater 27/28

Thoughts?



What is this?

It is a dad of a B player who is thinking of reclassing
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/15/19 01:46 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
They regrouped and added a ton of talent. Last year they were a combined 26/27 because a lot left. New coaching staff and players. Expect them to be pushing Elite by next year


3D 2026
3D 2027
FCA 2027
NXT 2026
AYLC 2026
PLC 2026
Saltwater 2026
Salwater 27/28

Thoughts?



IF AYLC loses any of these games, they should play in the HOCO B division.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/15/19 02:09 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
They regrouped and added a ton of talent. Last year they were a combined 26/27 because a lot left. New coaching staff and players. Expect them to be pushing Elite by next year


3D 2026
3D 2027
FCA 2027
NXT 2026
AYLC 2026
PLC 2026
Saltwater 2026
Salwater 27/28

Thoughts?



My thoughts. Saltwater should be relegated to summer tournaments where the mom's can put that teams real talents on display!!


Plus their team color Yeti coolers and flat B trucker hats. Stay Salty.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/15/19 02:15 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
They regrouped and added a ton of talent. Last year they were a combined 26/27 because a lot left. New coaching staff and players. Expect them to be pushing Elite by next year


3D 2026
3D 2027
FCA 2027
NXT 2026
AYLC 2026
PLC 2026
Saltwater 2026
Salwater 27/28

Thoughts?



What is this?

It is a dad of a B player who is thinking of reclassing


Nightfall tournament this weekend in DE
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/15/19 05:49 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
They regrouped and added a ton of talent. Last year they were a combined 26/27 because a lot left. New coaching staff and players. Expect them to be pushing Elite by next year


3D 2026
3D 2027
FCA 2027
NXT 2026
AYLC 2026
PLC 2026
Saltwater 2026
Salwater 27/28

Thoughts?



IF AYLC loses any of these games, they should play in the HOCO B division.


Its 6th grade lacrosse and winning isnt the goal. The goal is to learn how to play the game, be a good teammate and be coachable. EO
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/15/19 07:30 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
They regrouped and added a ton of talent. Last year they were a combined 26/27 because a lot left. New coaching staff and players. Expect them to be pushing Elite by next year


3D 2026
3D 2027
FCA 2027
NXT 2026
AYLC 2026
PLC 2026
Saltwater 2026
Salwater 27/28

Thoughts?



IF AYLC loses any of these games, they should play in the HOCO B division.

The 3d teams are not local they are NY teams so who know what they will be. Typically 3d New England is the only decent 3d team
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/15/19 07:32 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
They regrouped and added a ton of talent. Last year they were a combined 26/27 because a lot left. New coaching staff and players. Expect them to be pushing Elite by next year


3D 2026
3D 2027
FCA 2027
NXT 2026
AYLC 2026
PLC 2026
Saltwater 2026
Salwater 27/28

Thoughts?



IF AYLC loses any of these games, they should play in the HOCO B division.


Its 6th grade lacrosse and winning isnt the goal. The goal is to learn how to play the game, be a good teammate and be coachable. EO


Still doesn't invalidate what was said
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/15/19 10:15 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
They regrouped and added a ton of talent. Last year they were a combined 26/27 because a lot left. New coaching staff and players. Expect them to be pushing Elite by next year


3D 2026
3D 2027
FCA 2027
NXT 2026
AYLC 2026
PLC 2026
Saltwater 2026
Salwater 27/28

Thoughts?



IF AYLC loses any of these games, they should play in the HOCO B division.


Its 6th grade lacrosse and winning isnt the goal. The goal is to learn how to play the game, be a good teammate and be coachable. EO

EO, each other, PLC motto. Let's see what the new squad can do! Good luck!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/15/19 10:17 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
PLC beat everyone from Md on that list 2 years ago, including Hawks. But that was 2 years ago. Things change.

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
PLC beat everyone from Md on that list 2 years ago, including Hawks. But that was 2 years ago. Things change.


PLC beat them twice and undefeated against Hawks


What was PLC record last spring and summer & what tournaments did they play?


crickets......

The original comment was a reply to Looney's comment about summer '18
Like I said, things change.
Excited for the new season!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/15/19 11:05 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
They regrouped and added a ton of talent. Last year they were a combined 26/27 because a lot left. New coaching staff and players. Expect them to be pushing Elite by next year


3D 2026
3D 2027
FCA 2027
NXT 2026
AYLC 2026
PLC 2026
Saltwater 2026
Salwater 27/28

Thoughts?



IF AYLC loses any of these games, they should play in the HOCO B division.


Its 6th grade lacrosse and winning isnt the goal. The goal is to learn how to play the game, be a good teammate and be coachable. EO

EO, each other, PLC motto. Let's see what the new squad can do! Good luck!


PLC will own Annapolis 26 Division again soon!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/16/19 12:30 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
They regrouped and added a ton of talent. Last year they were a combined 26/27 because a lot left. New coaching staff and players. Expect them to be pushing Elite by next year


3D 2026
3D 2027
FCA 2027
NXT 2026
AYLC 2026
PLC 2026
Saltwater 2026
Salwater 27/28

Thoughts?



IF AYLC loses any of these games, they should play in the HOCO B division.


Its 6th grade lacrosse and winning isnt the goal. The goal is to learn how to play the game, be a good teammate and be coachable. EO


Elite teams play to win..6th grade or not !
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/16/19 01:53 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
They regrouped and added a ton of talent. Last year they were a combined 26/27 because a lot left. New coaching staff and players. Expect them to be pushing Elite by next year


3D 2026
3D 2027
FCA 2027
NXT 2026
AYLC 2026
PLC 2026
Saltwater 2026
Salwater 27/28

Thoughts?



IF AYLC loses any of these games, they should play in the HOCO B division.


Its 6th grade lacrosse and winning isnt the goal. The goal is to learn how to play the game, be a good teammate and be coachable. EO

EO, each other, PLC motto. Let's see what the new squad can do! Good luck!


PLC will own Annapolis 26 Division again soon!


Lol
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/16/19 02:24 AM

PLC, has the best fogo in the state, plus goalie and top mid line....attack and defense still need a little help

My son plays for them....
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/16/19 03:31 AM

Elite parents have elite kids who play for elite clubs. The rest play for teams like PLC oeoeo
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/16/19 10:27 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous



PLC will own Annapolis 26 Division again soon!


I personally look forward to this.
I am not a PLC parent, I don’t live in AACo, but I do think the parents on the Hawks team need to go silent before they ruin their player’s reputations, which they are 100% accomplishing.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/16/19 10:37 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
They regrouped and added a ton of talent. Last year they were a combined 26/27 because a lot left. New coaching staff and players. Expect them to be pushing Elite by next year


3D 2026
3D 2027
FCA 2027
NXT 2026
AYLC 2026
PLC 2026
Saltwater 2026
Salwater 27/28

Thoughts?



IF AYLC loses any of these games, they should play in the HOCO B division.


Its 6th grade lacrosse and winning isnt the goal. The goal is to learn how to play the game, be a good teammate and be coachable. EO


Elite teams play to win..6th grade or not !


And your kid will quit by 10th grade because of you.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/16/19 01:44 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
They regrouped and added a ton of talent. Last year they were a combined 26/27 because a lot left. New coaching staff and players. Expect them to be pushing Elite by next year


3D 2026
3D 2027
FCA 2027
NXT 2026
AYLC 2026
PLC 2026
Saltwater 2026
Salwater 27/28

Thoughts?



IF AYLC loses any of these games, they should play in the HOCO B division.


Its 6th grade lacrosse and winning isnt the goal. The goal is to learn how to play the game, be a good teammate and be coachable. EO


Elite teams play to win..6th grade or not !


And your kid will quit by 10th grade because of you.


Sorry you son is not elite and doesn't play on an elite team. Mine does. Elite teams play to win !!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/16/19 01:57 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
They regrouped and added a ton of talent. Last year they were a combined 26/27 because a lot left. New coaching staff and players. Expect them to be pushing Elite by next year


3D 2026
3D 2027
FCA 2027
NXT 2026
AYLC 2026
PLC 2026
Saltwater 2026
Salwater 27/28

Thoughts?



IF AYLC loses any of these games, they should play in the HOCO B division.


Its 6th grade lacrosse and winning isnt the goal. The goal is to learn how to play the game, be a good teammate and be coachable. EO


Elite teams play to win..6th grade or not !


And your kid will quit by 10th grade because of you.


I see this all the time about kids quitting. And while you are correct to some degree, I have spoken to enough 2026 parents with kids who this is their choice to want to win now and be on the most competitive teams possible. If my son is choosing "HIS CHOICE" to work 3 days a week in the off season, who are you to say he is going to quit in High School because he doesn't want to play with your wet turd in 6th grade.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/16/19 02:04 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
PLC, has the best fogo in the state, plus goalie and top mid line....attack and defense still need a little help

My son plays for them....


My son is a FOGO. He is not the best FOGO in the state, but he says that the Hawks kid from last year was the best he has gone against. Did he move to PLC?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/16/19 02:07 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous



PLC will own Annapolis 26 Division again soon!


I personally look forward to this.
I am not a PLC parent, I don’t live in AACo, but I do think the parents on the Hawks team need to go silent before they ruin their player’s reputations, which they are 100% accomplishing.


I have talked to a few, they seem OK, of course there are a few that arent OK....But before you kill parents of another team, can you say that your sideline doesnt have bad parents?? I know my son's team cannot say that.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/16/19 02:09 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
PLC, has the best fogo in the state, plus goalie and top mid line....attack and defense still need a little help

My son plays for them....


My son is a FOGO. He is not the best FOGO in the state, but he says that the Hawks kid from last year was the best he has gone against. Did he move to PLC?


No, he is still there.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/16/19 02:09 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous


Elite teams play to win..6th grade or not !


And your kid will quit by 10th grade because of you.


I see this all the time about kids quitting. And while you are correct to some degree, I have spoken to enough 2026 parents with kids who this is their choice to want to win now and be on the most competitive teams possible. If my son is choosing "HIS CHOICE" to work 3 days a week in the off season, who are you to say he is going to quit in High School because he doesn't want to play with your wet turd in 6th grade.


Sure it is. Whatever helps you sleep at night.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/16/19 03:11 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
PLC, has the best fogo in the state, plus goalie and top mid line....attack and defense still need a little help

My son plays for them....


My son is a FOGO. He is not the best FOGO in the state, but he says that the Hawks kid from last year was the best he has gone against. Did he move to PLC?


All I am going to say is a FOGO in 6th grade is a bad idea and in a few years it will show on the field. Midfielder first; FO second. What makes a FOGO elite at the next level is stick skills and field awareness. He is not going to get that if he is just facing off in 6th grade. In fact I would go as far to say that most elite FOGO's do not become FOGO's until HS. They are converted midfielders.

And yes the Hawks kid is the best at 2026 and he is still there.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/16/19 03:28 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
PLC, has the best fogo in the state, plus goalie and top mid line....attack and defense still need a little help

My son plays for them....


My son is a FOGO. He is not the best FOGO in the state, but he says that the Hawks kid from last year was the best he has gone against. Did he move to PLC?


All I am going to say is a FOGO in 6th grade is a bad idea and in a few years it will show on the field. Midfielder first; FO second. What makes a FOGO elite at the next level is stick skills and field awareness. He is not going to get that if he is just facing off in 6th grade. In fact I would go as far to say that most elite FOGO's do not become FOGO's until HS. They are converted midfielders.

And yes the Hawks kid is the best at 2026 and he is still there.


100% False.

There were probably 5 local FOGO's on Elite 2020 teams that committed to high D1 programs in 7th and 8th grade prior to the recruiting rule change. Stick skills and field awareness mean 0 as long as you win the clamp and pass it off. Possession is king.
Posted By: RLangway

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/16/19 03:43 PM

Was there some sort of 2026 Maryland State FOGO Competition? You guys are debating FOGO's like ESPN argues Tom Brady vs Joe Montana. If you talk 6th grade facts, specialization = injury and burnout for the majority of 6th graders. Now get back to work and start earning money for those high club fees.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/16/19 04:05 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous



PLC will own Annapolis 26 Division again soon!


I personally look forward to this.
I am not a PLC parent, I don’t live in AACo, but I do think the parents on the Hawks team need to go silent before they ruin their player’s reputations, which they are 100% accomplishing.


I have talked to a few, they seem OK, of course there are a few that arent OK....But before you kill parents of another team, can you say that your sideline doesnt have bad parents?? I know my son's team cannot say that.


I dont know of any team that can say that.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/16/19 04:15 PM

Originally Posted by RLangway
Was there some sort of 2026 Maryland State FOGO Competition? You guys are debating FOGO's like ESPN argues Tom Brady vs Joe Montana. If you talk 6th grade facts, specialization = injury and burnout for the majority of 6th graders. Now get back to work and start earning money for those high club fees.


You told them
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/16/19 05:56 PM

Originally Posted by RLangway
Was there some sort of 2026 Maryland State FOGO Competition? You guys are debating FOGO's like ESPN argues Tom Brady vs Joe Montana. If you talk 6th grade facts, specialization = injury and burnout for the majority of 6th graders. Now get back to work and start earning money for those high club fees.



So true (above)..... Even mentioning 'best in state' for 6th grade boys, most of whom have not hit their growth spurt is a joke. And who knows if the 'best in state' FOGO isn't a holdback, or early bloomer, etc.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/16/19 06:05 PM

You all have way too much time on your hands. Is your place of employment hiring?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/16/19 06:13 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous



PLC will own Annapolis 26 Division again soon!


I personally look forward to this.
I am not a PLC parent, I don’t live in AACo, but I do think the parents on the Hawks team need to go silent before they ruin their player’s reputations, which they are 100% accomplishing.


As a Hawk parent, I think our kids speak for themselves on and off the field. The parents are great and its a family environment with lots of support. I would worry about your team and not put down 6th grade kids.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/16/19 07:04 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous


Elite teams play to win..6th grade or not !


And your kid will quit by 10th grade because of you.


I see this all the time about kids quitting. And while you are correct to some degree, I have spoken to enough 2026 parents with kids who this is their choice to want to win now and be on the most competitive teams possible. If my son is choosing "HIS CHOICE" to work 3 days a week in the off season, who are you to say he is going to quit in High School because he doesn't want to play with your wet turd in 6th grade.


Sure it is. Whatever helps you sleep at night.


Some got it and some dont. Sounds like your son might need some improvement. My suggestion. HIT THE WALL !!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/16/19 07:18 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
PLC, has the best fogo in the state, plus goalie and top mid line....attack and defense still need a little help

My son plays for them....


My son is a FOGO. He is not the best FOGO in the state, but he says that the Hawks kid from last year was the best he has gone against. Did he move to PLC?


All I am going to say is a FOGO in 6th grade is a bad idea and in a few years it will show on the field. Midfielder first; FO second. What makes a FOGO elite at the next level is stick skills and field awareness. He is not going to get that if he is just facing off in 6th grade. In fact I would go as far to say that most elite FOGO's do not become FOGO's until HS. They are converted midfielders.

And yes the Hawks kid is the best at 2026 and he is still there.


100% False.

There were probably 5 local FOGO's on Elite 2020 teams that committed to high D1 programs in 7th and 8th grade prior to the recruiting rule change. Stick skills and field awareness mean 0 as long as you win the clamp and pass it off. Possession is king.


Completely wrong! Talk to any HS coach in the MIAA and they will agree; specializing as a FOGO at this age is bad practice.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/16/19 07:51 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
PLC, has the best fogo in the state, plus goalie and top mid line....attack and defense still need a little help

My son plays for them...

My son is a FOGO. He is not the best FOGO in the state, but he says that the Hawks kid from last year was the best he has gone against. Did he move to PLC

All I am going to say is a FOGO in 6th grade is a bad idea and in a few years it will show on the field. Midfielder first; FO second. What makes a FOGO elite at the next level is stick skills and field awareness. He is not going to get that if he is just facing off in 6th grade. In fact I would go as far to say that most elite FOGO's do not become FOGO's until HS. They are converted midfielders.

And yes the Hawks kid is the best at 2026 and he is still there.

100% False.

There were probably 5 local FOGO's on Elite 2020 teams that committed to high D1 programs in 7th and 8th grade prior to the recruiting rule change. Stick skills and field awareness mean 0 as long as you win the clamp and pass it off. Possession is king.

Completely wrong! Talk to any HS coach in the MIAA and they will agree; specializing as a FOGO at this age is bad practice.


They may not have specialized in 6th grade. Almost every current FO guy in MIAA was a FO guy in youth and mainly Middie . Several were strictly FO guys in 7th and 8th grade , Just the way the modern game of lacrosse is played.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/17/19 10:02 PM

Hawks don’t repeat as champs this year.
Shadow 1 player and you shut them down.
3rd place in HOCO this year.
That is all.
Bring your lanyards Hawks parents.
Thank you.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/17/19 10:55 PM

If that's the case, who are the better two teams than the Hawks?

I'm new to this area/board and just understanding the landscape of local lacrosse? We moved from N.C.

We missing tryouts this year, but should we go in a different direction next year and if so, who?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/18/19 01:54 AM

Easy...TEAM 91 MD
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/18/19 01:59 AM

With the addition of 2 Texas kids. 91 will will be the team to beat. We are loaded but obviously out of state kids know we are the 26 team to join in MD. Really a special program so I would encourage you to talk with the staff. Welcome to MD!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/18/19 12:49 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hawks don’t repeat as champs this year.
Shadow 1 player and you shut them down.
3rd place in HOCO this year.
That is all.
Bring your lanyards Hawks parents.
Thank you.


You should definitely become a coach. Its a great strategy. Our team tried it but it didnt work so well. Hawks are a good team and deep. They may lose sooner or later but I dont see them losing in HOCO.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/18/19 01:24 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
With the addition of 2 Texas kids. 91 will will be the team to beat. We are loaded but obviously out of state kids know we are the 26 team to join in MD. Really a special program so I would encourage you to talk with the staff. Welcome to MD!


Is Team 91 playing any fall tournaments to debut their new Texas studs?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/18/19 01:34 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
With the addition of 2 Texas kids. 91 will will be the team to beat. We are loaded but obviously out of state kids know we are the 26 team to join in MD. Really a special program so I would encourage you to talk with the staff. Welcome to MD!

A 91 post where the “stud” doesn't get mentioned. He must fall behind Texas in the pecking order.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/18/19 02:56 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
With the addition of 2 Texas kids. 91 will will be the team to beat. We are loaded but obviously out of state kids know we are the 26 team to join in MD. Really a special program so I would encourage you to talk with the staff. Welcome to MD!

A 91 post where the “stud” doesn't get mentioned. He must fall behind Texas in the pecking order.



Here's a thinker. If my kid's team was so bad they had to bring players in from halfway across the country would I really be on here bragging about that!! At least the "stud" is from MD smile
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/18/19 03:02 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
With the addition of 2 Texas kids. 91 will will be the team to beat. We are loaded but obviously out of state kids know we are the 26 team to join in MD. Really a special program so I would encourage you to talk with the staff. Welcome to MD!

A 91 post where the “stud” doesn't get mentioned. He must fall behind Texas in the pecking order.



Here's a thinker. If my kid's team was so bad they had to bring players in from halfway across the country would I really be on here bragging about that!! At least the "stud" is from MD smile

And not much of a stud if they still feel the need to bring kids in from Texas.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/18/19 03:47 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
With the addition of 2 Texas kids. 91 will will be the team to beat. We are loaded but obviously out of state kids know we are the 26 team to join in MD. Really a special program so I would encourage you to talk with the staff. Welcome to MD!

A 91 post where the “stud” doesn't get mentioned. He must fall behind Texas in the pecking order.



Here's a thinker. If my kid's team was so bad they had to bring players in from halfway across the country would I really be on here bragging about that!! At least the "stud" is from MD smile

And not much of a stud if they still feel the need to bring kids in from Texas.


I saw the Team 91 Texas 26 team play at Naptown. Not sure I would get my hopes up on those 2.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/18/19 04:07 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
With the addition of 2 Texas kids. 91 will will be the team to beat. We are loaded but obviously out of state kids know we are the 26 team to join in MD. Really a special program so I would encourage you to talk with the staff. Welcome to MD!


everythings bigger in texas. Double holdbacks for sure
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/18/19 04:39 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hawks don’t repeat as champs this year.
Shadow 1 player and you shut them down.
3rd place in HOCO this year.
That is all.
Bring your lanyards Hawks parents.
Thank you.



Haha, which one player? They beat my son's team a few times and they definitely have more than one player that will hurt you.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/18/19 05:13 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
With the addition of 2 Texas kids. 91 will will be the team to beat. We are loaded but obviously out of state kids know we are the 26 team to join in MD. Really a special program so I would encourage you to talk with the staff. Welcome to MD!


everythings bigger in texas. Double holdbacks for sure



Another great thing that MD and the Northeast Preps schools have made happen. Many of these out of state parents know the drill and are holding back their son. Lacrosse has become saturated with a bunch of kids playing down as holdbacks/prefirst . Pretty sad
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/18/19 08:55 PM

91 in freedom lax invitational October 27 in Aston Pa. pretty lame teams so will be shocked if we don’t roll all teams
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/20/19 04:10 PM

Any observations from today’s games at Blandair?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/20/19 05:22 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Any observations from today’s games at Blandair?


Yes. All the players are champs for playing in the conditions they did.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/20/19 05:34 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Any observations from today’s games at Blandair?

It was wet. Oh, and windy. Did I mention wet?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/20/19 05:49 PM

Yes. It was cold and rainy
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/20/19 06:52 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
PLC, has the best fogo in the state, plus goalie and top mid line....attack and defense still need a little help

My son plays for them....


My son is a FOGO. He is not the best FOGO in the state, but he says that the Hawks kid from last year was the best he has gone against. Did he move to PLC?


No, he is still there.


He wasn’t today that’s for sure.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/20/19 07:53 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
With the addition of 2 Texas kids. 91 will will be the team to beat. We are loaded but obviously out of state kids know we are the 26 team to join in MD. Really a special program so I would encourage you to talk with the staff. Welcome to MD!


everythings bigger in texas. Double holdbacks for sure



Another great thing that MD and the Northeast Preps schools have made happen. Many of these out of state parents know the drill and are holding back their son. Lacrosse has become saturated with a bunch of kids playing down as holdbacks/prefirst . Pretty sad


Texas has been holding kids back for years.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/20/19 09:48 PM

EO EO EO EO
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/20/19 09:54 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
They regrouped and added a ton of talent. Last year they were a combined 26/27 because a lot left. New coaching staff and players. Expect them to be pushing Elite by next year


3D 2026
3D 2027
FCA 2027
NXT 2026
AYLC 2026
PLC 2026
Saltwater 2026
Salwater 27/28

Thoughts?



IF AYLC loses any of these games, they should play in the HOCO B division.


Its 6th grade lacrosse and winning isnt the goal. The goal is to learn how to play the game, be a good teammate and be coachable. EO

EO, each other, PLC motto. Let's see what the new squad can do! Good luck!


PLC will own Annapolis 26 Division again soon!


How'd the Nightfall tournament go?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/20/19 10:08 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Any observations from today’s games at Blandair?


None. Its Fall Ball. Means nothing...
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/20/19 10:19 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Any observations from today’s games at Blandair?


It was pretty miserable. Can't make many accurate observations from watching games in those conditions.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/20/19 11:43 PM

As EO EO EO mentioned previously, or PLC, they rolled something seriously, how about rolled over. Think 2025 and 2026 went 0-8

Dang, that hurts, they should have stayed extinct, going to be a long year.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/21/19 12:48 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
As EO EO EO mentioned previously, or PLC, they rolled something seriously, how about rolled over. Think 2025 and 2026 went 0-8

Dang, that hurts, they should have stayed extinct, going to be a long year.



Stay salty
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/21/19 01:09 AM

Salty??? I’m confused...is someone upset or is that a new team?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/21/19 01:18 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
91 in freedom lax invitational October 27 in Aston Pa. pretty lame teams so will be shocked if we don’t roll all teams
y
Please let us know how it goes. Hopefully the stud lefty and the Texans make a good first impression.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/21/19 11:40 AM

Biggest surprise from yesterday's action at Blandair was Looney's. I know it is fall ball but to go 1-2 and really look average surprised me. True Annapolis looks like the real deal; a few more pieces and they could make some noise in elite.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/21/19 12:37 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Biggest surprise from yesterday's action at Blandair was Looney's. I know it is fall ball but to go 1-2 and really look average surprised me. True Annapolis looks like the real deal; a few more pieces and they could make some noise in elite.


How'd they do? No Scores posted. Not sure that HOCO will put a new team in Elite in their 1st season.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/21/19 12:45 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Biggest surprise from yesterday's action at Blandair was Looney's. I know it is fall ball but to go 1-2 and really look average surprised me. True Annapolis looks like the real deal; a few more pieces and they could make some noise in elite.


Can't read too much into anyone's performance in those conditions.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/21/19 01:01 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Biggest surprise from yesterday's action at Blandair was Looney's. I know it is fall ball but to go 1-2 and really look average surprised me. True Annapolis looks like the real deal; a few more pieces and they could make some noise in elite.


Thanks for the update True Dad.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/21/19 01:22 PM

Hey 91 Dad, if your team is so good then why are you playing in a lame tournament with weak competition? Any Club administrator worth your hard earned Club Fees know that there are only two tournaments in the Fall south of Long Island worth going to.

Maryland Invitational. - no Team 91
NAL in New Castle, DE - will you be there? You were a no show last Fall.

Come to think of it, I don’t remember seeing you at NLF last June either.

And you were a middle of the road program in HoCo last year. Maybe you should stay humble until you win something. So you picked up a couple of kids at tryouts. Who cares. Lots of teams have done that this season.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/21/19 02:26 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Biggest surprise from yesterday's action at Blandair was Looney's. I know it is fall ball but to go 1-2 and really look average surprised me. True Annapolis looks like the real deal; a few more pieces and they could make some noise in elite.


How'd they do? No Scores posted. Not sure that HOCO will put a new team in Elite in their 1st season.


AAA at best. KKYHZU
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/21/19 02:31 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Any observations from today’s games at Blandair?


Hawks are still the greatest team ever assembled!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/21/19 03:28 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Any observations from today’s games at Blandair?


Hawks are still the greatest team ever assembled!


Definitely the team to beat; #22 is playing like a man among boys. He was close to unstoppable. True had some nice goalie play and Madlax and FCA both had very good FO guys and solid defenses along with Hawks defense. VLC was big but I do not think they're ready for elite just yet.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/21/19 04:16 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Any observations from today’s games at Blandair?


Hawks are still the greatest team ever assembled!


Definitely the team to beat; #22 is playing like a man among boys. He was close to unstoppable. True had some nice goalie play and Madlax and FCA both had very good FO guys and solid defenses along with Hawks defense. VLC was big but I do not think they're ready for elite just yet.


I was watching the Madlax game on the other baseball field and saw a late cheap shot on the Hawks (to the head) from one of those FCA defenseman. I hope that the player is OK
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/21/19 04:22 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Any observations from today’s games at Blandair?


Hawks are still the greatest team ever assembled!


Definitely, the team to beat; #22 is playing like a man among boys. He was close to unstoppable. True had some nice goalie play and Madlax and FCA both had very good FO guys and solid defenses along with Hawks defense. VLC was big but I do not think they're ready for elite just yet.


From what I saw, they are certainly up there. Top to bottom they are solid.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/21/19 04:25 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Any observations from today’s games at Blandair?


Hawks are still the greatest team ever assembled!


Definitely the team to beat; #22 is playing like a man among boys. He was close to unstoppable. True had some nice goalie play and Madlax and FCA both had very good FO guys and solid defenses along with Hawks defense. VLC was big but I do not think they're ready for elite just yet.


Agreed. VLC is a couple players away from being Elite but like what they have on offense. Need to shore up that D. Hawks are the top and Madlax and FCA look improved. True will be AAA. Elite should be in no particular order...

Hawks
FCA
Madlax
Looney's
Bethesda
Crabs
91
Next Level - AAA champs
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/21/19 04:27 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
They regrouped and added a ton of talent. Last year they were a combined 26/27 because a lot left. New coaching staff and players. Expect them to be pushing Elite by next year


3D 2026
3D 2027
FCA 2027
NXT 2026
AYLC 2026
PLC 2026
Saltwater 2026
Salwater 27/28

Thoughts?



IF AYLC loses any of these games, they should play in the HOCO B division.


Its 6th grade lacrosse and winning isnt the goal. The goal is to learn how to play the game, be a good teammate and be coachable. EO

EO, each other, PLC motto. Let's see what the new squad can do! Good luck!


PLC will own Annapolis 26 Division again soon!



How was your weekend PLC dad?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/21/19 05:02 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Any observations from today’s games at Blandair?


Hawks are still the greatest team ever assembled!


Definitely the team to beat; #22 is playing like a man among boys. He was close to unstoppable. True had some nice goalie play and Madlax and FCA both had very good FO guys and solid defenses along with Hawks defense. VLC was big but I do not think they're ready for elite just yet.


Agreed. VLC is a couple players away from being Elite but like what they have on offense. Need to shore up that D. Hawks are the top and Madlax and FCA look improved. True will be AAA. Elite should be in no particular order...

Hawks
FCA
Madlax
Looney's
Bethesda
Crabs
91
Next Level - AAA champs


No PLC?? EO
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/21/19 05:47 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Any observations from today’s games at Blandair?


Hawks are still the greatest team ever assembled!


Definitely the team to beat; #22 is playing like a man among boys. He was close to unstoppable. True had some nice goalie play and Madlax and FCA both had very good FO guys and solid defenses along with Hawks defense. VLC was big but I do not think they're ready for elite just yet.


I was watching the Madlax game on the other baseball field and saw a late cheap shot on the Hawks (to the head) from one of those FCA defenseman. I hope that the player is OK


You were a field away and 'saw' a cheap shot? You may need to update the prescription on your glasses. I watched that kid play against Madlax after our first game and he was clearly one of better athletes playing yesterday. My son and I wanted to see the Hawks/FCA game after our 2nd game and even though the hawks had possession most of the game and dominated that kid again stood out for FCA; he's big, fast and aggressive. FCA kid took FOs as well and dominated the Hawks kid The kid is tall and he put his shoulder right and the Hawks players chest and buried him; flag came in late once the kid did not get up and the Hawks coach lost his mind IMO. I hope the Hawks kid is alright as well but to call that a cheap shot is hilarious and probably coming from the hawks parent.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/21/19 06:07 PM

That's the funniest thing I've heard in a while. PLC really hung one on the 2027 3d Upstate this past weekend!!! LOL.
Still not to late to switch to baseball.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/21/19 06:21 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Any observations from today’s games at Blandair?


Hawks are still the greatest team ever assembled!


Definitely the team to beat; #22 is playing like a man among boys. He was close to unstoppable. True had some nice goalie play and Madlax and FCA both had very good FO guys and solid defenses along with Hawks defense. VLC was big but I do not think they're ready for elite just yet.


I was watching the Madlax game on the other baseball field and saw a late cheap shot on the Hawks (to the head) from one of those FCA defenseman. I hope that the player is OK


You were a field away and 'saw' a cheap shot? You may need to update the prescription on your glasses. I watched that kid play against Madlax after our first game and he was clearly one of better athletes playing yesterday. My son and I wanted to see the Hawks/FCA game after our 2nd game and even though the hawks had possession most of the game and dominated that kid again stood out for FCA; he's big, fast and aggressive. FCA kid took FOs as well and dominated the Hawks kid The kid is tall and he put his shoulder right and the Hawks players chest and buried him; flag came in late once the kid did not get up and the Hawks coach lost his mind IMO. I hope the Hawks kid is alright as well but to call that a cheap shot is hilarious and probably coming from the hawks parent.


Only a Hawks parent would bring that up.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/21/19 06:29 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Any observations from today’s games at Blandair?


Hawks are still the greatest team ever assembled!


Definitely the team to beat; #22 is playing like a man among boys. He was close to unstoppable. True had some nice goalie play and Madlax and FCA both had very good FO guys and solid defenses along with Hawks defense. VLC was big but I do not think they're ready for elite just yet.


I was watching the Madlax game on the other baseball field and saw a late cheap shot on the Hawks (to the head) from one of those FCA defenseman. I hope that the player is OK


You were a field away and 'saw' a cheap shot? You may need to update the prescription on your glasses. I watched that kid play against Madlax after our first game and he was clearly one of better athletes playing yesterday. My son and I wanted to see the Hawks/FCA game after our 2nd game and even though the hawks had possession most of the game and dominated that kid again stood out for FCA; he's big, fast and aggressive. The kid is tall and he put his shoulder right and the Hawks players chest and buried him; flag came in late once the kid did not get up and the Hawks coach lost his mind IMO. I hope the Hawks kid is alright as well but to call that a cheap shot is hilarious and probably coming from the hawks parent.


Only a Hawks parent would bring that up.


First let me state that I am a Hawks Dad; I know I know I am already hated. FCA was our most challenging game yesterday to say the least; they are improved. As far as the hit in question it was not a cheap shot but it was a penalty. FCA defenseman came in about 1/2 step too late and laid a big hit. I honestly don’t think he could have stopped his momentum at that point and it was unfortunate. That being said I would take that kid on our team in a heartbeat; he’s gifted and just needs some coaching.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/21/19 06:36 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Any observations from today’s games at Blandair?


Hawks are still the greatest team ever assembled!


Definitely the team to beat; #22 is playing like a man among boys. He was close to unstoppable. True had some nice goalie play and Madlax and FCA both had very good FO guys and solid defenses along with Hawks defense. VLC was big but I do not think they're ready for elite just yet.


I was watching the Madlax game on the other baseball field and saw a late cheap shot on the Hawks (to the head) from one of those FCA defenseman. I hope that the player is OK


You were a field away and 'saw' a cheap shot? You may need to update the prescription on your glasses. I watched that kid play against Madlax after our first game and he was clearly one of better athletes playing yesterday. My son and I wanted to see the Hawks/FCA game after our 2nd game and even though the hawks had possession most of the game and dominated that kid again stood out for FCA; he's big, fast and aggressive. FCA kid took FOs as well and dominated the Hawks kid The kid is tall and he put his shoulder right and the Hawks players chest and buried him; flag came in late once the kid did not get up and the Hawks coach lost his mind IMO. I hope the Hawks kid is alright as well but to call that a cheap shot is hilarious and probably coming from the hawks parent.


Nice try. I was standing on the 3rd base line fence of the other field and was watching the Hawks/FCA game when the hit occurred. So I was closer to that goal than half of the people on that field. Not a Hawks parent. And that was a hit to the head. Sorry. You must a one of the True parents standing with the kids right in front of me.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/21/19 06:40 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Any observations from today’s games at Blandair?


Hawks are still the greatest team ever assembled!


Definitely the team to beat; #22 is playing like a man among boys. He was close to unstoppable. True had some nice goalie play and Madlax and FCA both had very good FO guys and solid defenses along with Hawks defense. VLC was big but I do not think they're ready for elite just yet.


I was watching the Madlax game on the other baseball field and saw a late cheap shot on the Hawks (to the head) from one of those FCA defenseman. I hope that the player is OK


You were a field away and 'saw' a cheap shot? You may need to update the prescription on your glasses. I watched that kid play against Madlax after our first game and he was clearly one of better athletes playing yesterday. My son and I wanted to see the Hawks/FCA game after our 2nd game and even though the hawks had possession most of the game and dominated that kid again stood out for FCA; he's big, fast and aggressive. FCA kid took FOs as well and dominated the Hawks kid The kid is tall and he put his shoulder right and the Hawks players chest and buried him; flag came in late once the kid did not get up and the Hawks coach lost his mind IMO. I hope the Hawks kid is alright as well but to call that a cheap shot is hilarious and probably coming from the hawks parent.


Is this the kid who got the concussion?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/21/19 06:47 PM

with does EO mean?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/21/19 07:11 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Any observations from today’s games at Blandair?


Hawks are still the greatest team ever assembled!


Definitely the team to beat; #22 is playing like a man among boys. He was close to unstoppable. True had some nice goalie play and Madlax and FCA both had very good FO guys and solid defenses along with Hawks defense. VLC was big but I do not think they're ready for elite just yet.


I was watching the Madlax game on the other baseball field and saw a late cheap shot on the Hawks (to the head) from one of those FCA defenseman. I hope that the player is OK


You were a field away and 'saw' a cheap shot? You may need to update the prescription on your glasses. I watched that kid play against Madlax after our first game and he was clearly one of better athletes playing yesterday. My son and I wanted to see the Hawks/FCA game after our 2nd game and even though the hawks had possession most of the game and dominated that kid again stood out for FCA; he's big, fast and aggressive. FCA kid took FOs as well and dominated the Hawks kid The kid is tall and he put his shoulder right and the Hawks players chest and buried him; flag came in late once the kid did not get up and the Hawks coach lost his mind IMO. I hope the Hawks kid is alright as well but to call that a cheap shot is hilarious and probably coming from the hawks parent.


Sounds tough, how many did he manage to get in the net....or the rest of their offense. I am imagining the big strong face off kid must have had at least 2 or 3 goals right after "dominating" or at least the attack had to take advantage and put a couple in the net. What was the final of that game?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/21/19 07:16 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
with does EO mean?


Not sure, probably a team motto.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/21/19 07:20 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Any observations from today’s games at Blandair?


Hawks are still the greatest team ever assembled!


Definitely the team to beat; #22 is playing like a man among boys. He was close to unstoppable. True had some nice goalie play and Madlax and FCA both had very good FO guys and solid defenses along with Hawks defense. VLC was big but I do not think they're ready for elite just yet.


I was watching the Madlax game on the other baseball field and saw a late cheap shot on the Hawks (to the head) from one of those FCA defenseman. I hope that the player is OK


You were a field away and 'saw' a cheap shot? You may need to update the prescription on your glasses. I watched that kid play against Madlax after our first game and he was clearly one of better athletes playing yesterday. My son and I wanted to see the Hawks/FCA game after our 2nd game and even though the hawks had possession most of the game and dominated that kid again stood out for FCA; he's big, fast and aggressive. FCA kid took FOs as well and dominated the Hawks kid The kid is tall and he put his shoulder right and the Hawks players chest and buried him; flag came in late once the kid did not get up and the Hawks coach lost his mind IMO. I hope the Hawks kid is alright as well but to call that a cheap shot is hilarious and probably coming from the hawks parent.


Sounds tough, how many did he manage to get in the net....or the rest of their offense. I am imagining the big strong face off kid must have had at least 2 or 3 goals right after "dominating" or at least the attack had to take advantage and put a couple in the net. What was the final of that game?


Uhm, you sound you know exactly how the game went.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/21/19 07:20 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
with does EO mean?

PLC has EO on their jerseys. Their director uses that motto. It stands for Each Other. And someone is beating a dead horse and it's not really funny anymore.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/21/19 07:45 PM


Definitely the team to beat; #22 is playing like a man among boys. He was close to unstoppable. True had some nice goalie play and Madlax and FCA both had very good FO guys and solid defenses along with Hawks defense. VLC was big but I do not think they're ready for elite just yet. [/quote]

I was watching the Madlax game on the other baseball field and saw a late cheap shot on the Hawks (to the head) from one of those FCA defenseman. I hope that the player is OK
[/quote]

You were a field away and 'saw' a cheap shot? You may need to update the prescription on your glasses. I watched that kid play against Madlax after our first game and he was clearly one of better athletes playing yesterday. My son and I wanted to see the Hawks/FCA game after our 2nd game and even though the hawks had possession most of the game and dominated that kid again stood out for FCA; he's big, fast and aggressive. FCA kid took FOs as well and dominated the Hawks kid The kid is tall and he put his shoulder right and the Hawks players chest and buried him; flag came in late once the kid did not get up and the Hawks coach lost his mind IMO. I hope the Hawks kid is alright as well but to call that a cheap shot is hilarious and probably coming from the hawks parent. [/quote]

Sounds tough, how many did he manage to get in the net....or the rest of their offense. I am imagining the big strong face off kid must have had at least 2 or 3 goals right after "dominating" or at least the attack had to take advantage and put a couple in the net. What was the final of that game?[/quote]

Uhm, you sound you know exactly how the game went.[/quote]

It sounds like FCA was pretty formidable against the Hawks and no scores are on Tourney Machine
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/21/19 08:06 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Any observations from today’s games at Blandair?


Hawks are still the greatest team ever assembled!


Definitely the team to beat; #22 is playing like a man among boys. He was close to unstoppable. True had some nice goalie play and Madlax and FCA both had very good FO guys and solid defenses along with Hawks defense. VLC was big but I do not think they're ready for elite just yet.


I was watching the Madlax game on the other baseball field and saw a late cheap shot on the Hawks (to the head) from one of those FCA defenseman. I hope that the player is OK


You were a field away and 'saw' a cheap shot? You may need to update the prescription on your glasses. I watched that kid play against Madlax after our first game and he was clearly one of better athletes playing yesterday. My son and I wanted to see the Hawks/FCA game after our 2nd game and even though the hawks had possession most of the game and dominated that kid again stood out for FCA; he's big, fast and aggressive. FCA kid took FOs as well and dominated the Hawks kid The kid is tall and he put his shoulder right and the Hawks players chest and buried him; flag came in late once the kid did not get up and the Hawks coach lost his mind IMO. I hope the Hawks kid is alright as well but to call that a cheap shot is hilarious and probably coming from the hawks parent.


Sounds tough, how many did he manage to get in the net....or the rest of their offense. I am imagining the big strong face off kid must have had at least 2 or 3 goals right after "dominating" or at least the attack had to take advantage and put a couple in the net. What was the final of that game?


Sounds like a bitter Hawks parent who spends $1000s in FO training only to watch his kid get owned. Keep wasting your money on specialization at 12 yrs old.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/21/19 08:35 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
[quote=Anonymous]Any observations from today’s games at Blandair?


Hawks are still the greatest team ever assembled!




I was watching the Madlax game on the other baseball field and saw a late cheap shot on the Hawks (to the head) from one of those FCA defenseman. I hope that the player is OK


You were a field away and 'saw' a cheap shot? You may need to update the prescription on your glasses. I watched that kid play against Madlax after our first game and he was clearly one of better athletes playing yesterday. My son and I wanted to see the Hawks/FCA game after our 2nd game and even though the hawks had possession most of the game and dominated that kid again stood out for FCA; he's big, fast and aggressive. FCA kid took FOs as well and dominated the Hawks kid The kid is tall and he put his shoulder right and the Hawks players chest and buried him; flag came in late once the kid did not get up and the Hawks coach lost his mind IMO. I hope the Hawks kid is alright as well but to call that a cheap shot is hilarious and probably coming from the hawks parent.


Sounds tough, how many did he manage to get in the net....or the rest of their offense. I am imagining the big strong face off kid must have had at least 2 or 3 goals right after "dominating" or at least the attack had to take advantage and put a couple in the net. What was the final of that game?


Sounds like a bitter Hawks parent who spends $1000s in FO training only to watch his kid get owned. Keep wasting your money on specialization at 12 yrs old.


Can someone please just answer the question. I would honestly like to know. That's all I want to know.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/21/19 08:45 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Any observations from today’s games at Blandair?


Hawks are still the greatest team ever assembled!


Definitely the team to beat; #22 is playing like a man among boys. He was close to unstoppable. True had some nice goalie play and Madlax and FCA both had very good FO guys and solid defenses along with Hawks defense. VLC was big but I do not think they're ready for elite just yet.


I was watching the Madlax game on the other baseball field and saw a late cheap shot on the Hawks (to the head) from one of those FCA defenseman. I hope that the player is OK


You were a field away and 'saw' a cheap shot? You may need to update the prescription on your glasses. I watched that kid play against Madlax after our first game and he was clearly one of better athletes playing yesterday. My son and I wanted to see the Hawks/FCA game after our 2nd game and even though the hawks had possession most of the game and dominated that kid again stood out for FCA; he's big, fast and aggressive. FCA kid took FOs as well and dominated the Hawks kid The kid is tall and he put his shoulder right and the Hawks players chest and buried him; flag came in late once the kid did not get up and the Hawks coach lost his mind IMO. I hope the Hawks kid is alright as well but to call that a cheap shot is hilarious and probably coming from the hawks parent.


Sounds tough, how many did he manage to get in the net....or the rest of their offense. I am imagining the big strong face off kid must have had at least 2 or 3 goals right after "dominating" or at least the attack had to take advantage and put a couple in the net. What was the final of that game?


Sir or Ma’am; hard to tell by the whining, if you read my post again you’ll see I am agreeing with the hawks dominance in the game.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/21/19 08:48 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Biggest surprise from yesterday's action at Blandair was Looney's. I know it is fall ball but to go 1-2 and really look average surprised me. True Annapolis looks like the real deal; a few more pieces and they could make some noise in elite.


Looks like someone's son made True , Hi There !
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/21/19 08:53 PM

Neutral party here, but let's not talk about individual kids.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/21/19 09:12 PM


You were a field away and 'saw' a cheap shot? You may need to update the prescription on your glasses. I watched that kid play against Madlax after our first game and he was clearly one of better athletes playing yesterday. My son and I wanted to see the Hawks/FCA game after our 2nd game and even though the hawks had possession most of the game and dominated that kid again stood out for FCA; he's big, fast and aggressive. FCA kid took FOs as well and dominated the Hawks kid The kid is tall and he put his shoulder right and the Hawks players chest and buried him; flag came in late once the kid did not get up and the Hawks coach lost his mind IMO. I hope the Hawks kid is alright as well but to call that a cheap shot is hilarious and probably coming from the hawks parent. [/quote]

Sounds tough, how many did he manage to get in the net....or the rest of their offense. I am imagining the big strong face off kid must have had at least 2 or 3 goals right after "dominating" or at least the attack had to take advantage and put a couple in the net. What was the final of that game?[/quote]

Sounds like a bitter Hawks parent who spends $1000s in FO training only to watch his kid get owned. Keep wasting your money on specialization at 12 yrs old. [/quote]

Can someone please just answer the question. I would honestly like to know. That's all I want to know. [/quote]

What question would that be??
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/21/19 10:06 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous

You were a field away and 'saw' a cheap shot? You may need to update the prescription on your glasses. I watched that kid play against Madlax after our first game and he was clearly one of better athletes playing yesterday. My son and I wanted to see the Hawks/FCA game after our 2nd game and even though the hawks had possession most of the game and dominated that kid again stood out for FCA; he's big, fast and aggressive. FCA kid took FOs as well and dominated the Hawks kid The kid is tall and he put his shoulder right and the Hawks players chest and buried him; flag came in late once the kid did not get up and the Hawks coach lost his mind IMO. I hope the Hawks kid is alright as well but to call that a cheap shot is hilarious and probably coming from the hawks parent.


Sounds tough, how many did he manage to get in the net....or the rest of their offense. I am imagining the big strong face off kid must have had at least 2 or 3 goals right after "dominating" or at least the attack had to take advantage and put a couple in the net. What was the final of that game?[/quote]

Sounds like a bitter Hawks parent who spends $1000s in FO training only to watch his kid get owned. Keep wasting your money on specialization at 12 yrs old. [/quote]

Can someone please just answer the question. I would honestly like to know. That's all I want to know. [/quote]

What question would that be?? [/quote]

What was the score of the game. No updates on Tourney Machine
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/21/19 11:47 PM

4-0 hawks
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/22/19 12:15 AM

I heard it was 4-0
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/22/19 12:32 AM

Scores are now up.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/22/19 01:46 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
4-0 hawks


Thank you
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/22/19 11:55 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Neutral party here, but let's not talk about individual kids.

👆👆👆👆👆👆👆👆👆
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/22/19 07:28 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Any observations from today’s games at Blandair?


Hawks are still the greatest team ever assembled!


Definitely the team to beat; #22 is playing like a man among boys. He was close to unstoppable. True had some nice goalie play and Madlax and FCA both had very good FO guys and solid defenses along with Hawks defense. VLC was big but I do not think they're ready for elite just yet.


I was watching the Madlax game on the other baseball field and saw a late cheap shot on the Hawks (to the head) from one of those FCA defenseman. I hope that the player is OK


You were a field away and 'saw' a cheap shot? You may need to update the prescription on your glasses. I watched that kid play against Madlax after our first game and he was clearly one of better athletes playing yesterday. My son and I wanted to see the Hawks/FCA game after our 2nd game and even though the hawks had possession most of the game and dominated that kid again stood out for FCA; he's big, fast and aggressive. FCA kid took FOs as well and dominated the Hawks kid The kid is tall and he put his shoulder right and the Hawks players chest and buried him; flag came in late once the kid did not get up and the Hawks coach lost his mind IMO. I hope the Hawks kid is alright as well but to call that a cheap shot is hilarious and probably coming from the hawks parent.


It was a penalty for sure, word was the child was ejected from the tournament after the hit. The Hawks coach was going crazy but rightfully so, the child wasn’t moving there for a bit. Hawks won 4-0 they called the game after the goal/penalty.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/22/19 10:12 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Any observations from today’s games at Blandair?


Hawks are still the greatest team ever assembled!


Definitely the team to beat; #22 is playing like a man among boys. He was close to unstoppable. True had some nice goalie play and Madlax and FCA both had very good FO guys and solid defenses along with Hawks defense. VLC was big but I do not think they're ready for elite just yet.


I was watching the Madlax game on the other baseball field and saw a late cheap shot on the Hawks (to the head) from one of those FCA defenseman. I hope that the player is OK


You were a field away and 'saw' a cheap shot? You may need to update the prescription on your glasses. I watched that kid play against Madlax after our first game and he was clearly one of better athletes playing yesterday. My son and I wanted to see the Hawks/FCA game after our 2nd game and even though the hawks had possession most of the game and dominated that kid again stood out for FCA; he's big, fast and aggressive. FCA kid took FOs as well and dominated the Hawks kid The kid is tall and he put his shoulder right and the Hawks players chest and buried him; flag came in late once the kid did not get up and the Hawks coach lost his mind IMO. I hope the Hawks kid is alright as well but to call that a cheap shot is hilarious and probably coming from the hawks parent.


It was a penalty for sure, word was the child was ejected from the tournament after the hit. The Hawks coach was going crazy but rightfully so, the child wasn’t moving there for a bit. Hawks won 4-0 they called the game after the goal/penalty.


Hope the hawks kid is ok it was a huge hit; FCA kids momentum carried him into the hawks kid and the result was scary to say the least. Surely was not a cheap shot as someone else stated; hard for the kids and even professional athletes to stop themselves once they’ve committed to making a hit. It’s unfortunate part of the game but it happens. Does anyone know if the hawks kid is ok; I heard he he may have had a concussion.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/22/19 11:07 PM

Really? Clap in a defensemen’s face, shoot imaginary arrows and knuckle drag the turf after a goal...sorry mom...
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/23/19 12:27 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Really? Clap in a defensemen’s face, shoot imaginary arrows and knuckle drag the turf after a goal...sorry mom...


Like the age old Christian quote says. “If you can’t stop em from celebrating, just blow their head off with a cheap shot after they score to stop them”. I think that’s somewhere in Psalms
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/23/19 12:49 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Really? Clap in a defensemen’s face, shoot imaginary arrows and knuckle drag the turf after a goal...sorry mom...


Can you complete a thought?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/23/19 02:32 AM

I have no dog in this fight, but seriously.

Honestly, this sight is horrible.anyone that has no balls can stir the pot and not own it, let the boys play it on the field.

But, if your that lame dad and is living through your son and feel so compelled to talk trash.own it fool, put your name to it.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/23/19 08:15 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
I have no dog in this fight, but seriously.

Honestly, this sight is horrible.anyone that has no balls can stir the pot and not own it, let the boys play it on the field.

But, if your that lame dad and is living through your son and feel so compelled to talk trash.own it fool, put your name to it.


Thanks anonymous
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/23/19 12:42 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
I have no dog in this fight, but seriously.

Honestly, this sight is horrible.anyone that has no balls can stir the pot and not own it, let the boys play it on the field.

But, if your that lame dad and is living through your son and feel so compelled to talk trash.own it fool, put your name to it.


Without lame dads living through their sons. This site would be about exciting as watching youth T-Ball.

Enjoy all the drama and intrigue of youth lacrosse as your son gets closer to High School. Once HS comes around it just isnt the same. The reality of all those dreams and aspirations come home...He either has it or he doesnt.

And if he is a MIAA bound player and on age, he better have put in the hard work to get pass the multiple holdbacks/prefirsts on every MIAA team.

If public, still has to put in work, but it isnt nearly as competitive with less or no holdbacks .
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/23/19 01:26 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
I have no dog in this fight, but seriously.

Honestly, this sight is horrible.anyone that has no balls can stir the pot and not own it, let the boys play it on the field.

But, if your that lame dad and is living through your son and feel so compelled to talk trash.own it fool, put your name to it.


Thanks anonymous

👆🏻
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/23/19 01:42 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Really? Clap in a defensemen’s face, shoot imaginary arrows and knuckle drag the turf after a goal...sorry mom...


Like the age old Christian quote says. “If you can’t stop em from celebrating, just blow their head off with a cheap shot after they score to stop them”. I think that’s somewhere in Psalms


I was told about this thread and I figured I should respond since it is my son that is being discussed on this board by anonymous "adults"; pretty sad IMO. My name is David M (FCA 2026 parent) and my son is the one who hit the Hawks player towards the end of the game. Was it a penalty; yes, was it a cheap shot, NO!! For anyone to say that is was knows nothing about the kind of young man my son is; he has a HEART OF GOLD and would never hurt anyone intentionally. He is a big kid; who is 11 and on age to the adult that posted he was a hold-back, and he plays with some physicality and still learning the game. Did any of you see him after the game or speak to him? Did any of you see the concern he had for the Hawks player? Did any of you ride home with him and see the anguish on his face and in his eyes from what happened? Calling out individual kids on a message board is pathetic, calling them out anonymously is cowardly. Some of you 'adults' need to take a long look in the mirror and focus on improving that reflection; your son is watching you!!! And to the person(s) moderating these boards; you have a responsibility to these kids as well to what is posted!! DO YOUR JOB!!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/23/19 02:08 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
I have no dog in this fight, but seriously.

Honestly, this sight is horrible.anyone that has no balls can stir the pot and not own it, let the boys play it on the field.

But, if your that lame dad and is living through your son and feel so compelled to talk trash.own it fool, put your name to it.


Thanks anonymous

👆🏻


Thanks again anonymous.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/23/19 03:49 PM

Mr M,

Its good to see you're not hiding behind your previous anonymous comments....
"The kid is tall and he put his shoulder right and the Hawks players chest and buried him; flag came in late once the kid did not get up and the Hawks coach lost his mind IMO. I hope the Hawks kid is alright as well but to call that a cheap shot is hilarious and probably coming from the hawks parent."

Since your son has a heart of gold - did he, you or the FCA coaches check up on the Hawks player on Sunday? If memory serves me correct - I think I saw both teams tailgates where right next to each other. Certainty then a member from FCA, or your family would have checked in with the Hawks who were merely steps away from you - to check on the well being of another 11 year old, and help remedy your sons anguish

You want to overlook the hit - I'll buy that as we all see high hits (typically not as a late as the hit in question). But, don't turn a blind eye to your sons behavior outside of that game. My son doesn't play for the Hawks (I couldn't stomach that), but he did play against your son last spring in HOCO - and, along side him this summer on team All In. Whether you want to admit it or not, your son does have a well earned reputation for playing dirty, and running his mouth. Perhaps this incident will go a long way for the Maddens moving forward.

So glad you were just recently "made aware of the site"
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/23/19 04:23 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Mr M,

Its good to see you're not hiding behind your previous anonymous comments....
"The kid is tall and he put his shoulder right and the Hawks players chest and buried him; flag came in late once the kid did not get up and the Hawks coach lost his mind IMO. I hope the Hawks kid is alright as well but to call that a cheap shot is hilarious and probably coming from the hawks parent."

Since your son has a heart of gold - did he, you or the FCA coaches check up on the Hawks player on Sunday? If memory serves me correct - I think I saw both teams tailgates where right next to each other. Certainty then a member from FCA, or your family would have checked in with the Hawks who were merely steps away from you - to check on the well being of another 11 year old, and help remedy your sons anguish

You want to overlook the hit - I'll buy that as we all see high hits (typically not as a late as the hit in question). But, don't turn a blind eye to your sons behavior outside of that game. My son doesn't play for the Hawks (I couldn't stomach that), but he did play against your son last spring in HOCO - and, along side him this summer on team All In. Whether you want to admit it or not, your son does have a well earned reputation for playing dirty, and running his mouth. Perhaps this incident will go a long way for them moving forward.

So glad you were just recently "made aware of the site"



I think kids call this a mic drop
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/23/19 05:10 PM

I did not see the play and do not have a tie to either team. But my son does play on an Elite Division 2026 team and dirty play is something we all can do without. From reading the whole thread, including the Dad’s unapologetic defense of a late hit, it sounds like this player is a safety risk to other players. Now that his name is out there, I hope that his own FCA coaches, Hoco officials, and opposing coaches will watch him really closely and protect the boys on the field.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/23/19 05:16 PM

VLC has played two of the projected Elite teams this fall and is 2-0. Just saying.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/23/19 05:36 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
VLC has played two of the projected Elite teams this fall and is 2-0. Just saying.


You also lost to True Annapolis and they are projected for AA.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/23/19 05:44 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Mr M,

Its good to see you're not hiding behind your previous anonymous comments....
"The kid is tall and he put his shoulder right and the Hawks players chest and buried him; flag came in late once the kid did not get up and the Hawks coach lost his mind IMO. I hope the Hawks kid is alright as well but to call that a cheap shot is hilarious and probably coming from the hawks parent."

Since your son has a heart of gold - did he, you or the FCA coaches check up on the Hawks player on Sunday? If memory serves me correct - I think I saw both teams tailgates where right next to each other. Certainty then a member from FCA, or your family would have checked in with the Hawks who were merely steps away from you - to check on the well being of another 11 year old, and help remedy your sons anguish

You want to overlook the hit - I'll buy that as we all see high hits (typically not as a late as the hit in question). But, don't turn a blind eye to your sons behavior outside of that game. My son doesn't play for the Hawks (I couldn't stomach that), but he did play against your son last spring in HOCO - and, along side him this summer on team All In. Whether you want to admit it or not, your son does have a well earned reputation for playing dirty, and running his mouth. Perhaps this incident will go a long way for them moving forward.

So glad you were just recently "made aware of the site"



I think kids call this a mic drop


“And Boom Goes The Dynamite”
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/23/19 06:42 PM

Not according to them.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/23/19 06:43 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Mr M,

Its good to see you're not hiding behind your previous anonymous comments....
"The kid is tall and he put his shoulder right and the Hawks players chest and buried him; flag came in late once the kid did not get up and the Hawks coach lost his mind IMO. I hope the Hawks kid is alright as well but to call that a cheap shot is hilarious and probably coming from the hawks parent."

Since your son has a heart of gold - did he, you or the FCA coaches check up on the Hawks player on Sunday? If memory serves me correct - I think I saw both teams tailgates where right next to each other. Certainty then a member from FCA, or your family would have checked in with the Hawks who were merely steps away from you - to check on the well being of another 11 year old, and help remedy your sons anguish

You want to overlook the hit - I'll buy that as we all see high hits (typically not as a late as the hit in question). But, don't turn a blind eye to your sons behavior outside of that game. My son doesn't play for the Hawks (I couldn't stomach that), but he did play against your son last spring in HOCO - and, along side him this summer on team All In. Whether you want to admit it or not, your son does have a well earned reputation for playing dirty, and running his mouth. Perhaps this incident will go a long way for them moving forward.

So glad you were just recently "made aware of the site"



I think kids call this a mic drop


heck, I know I do because it is spot on. Nice try Mr M.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/23/19 06:47 PM

You’re right that VLC needs to beat teams like True if they want to be in Elite, but wrong if you think True is AA. They will be one of the stronger teams in AAA based on goaltending and other factors.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/23/19 06:55 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Mr M,

Its good to see you're not hiding behind your previous anonymous comments....
"The kid is tall and he put his shoulder right and the Hawks players chest and buried him; flag came in late once the kid did not get up and the Hawks coach lost his mind IMO. I hope the Hawks kid is alright as well but to call that a cheap shot is hilarious and probably coming from the hawks parent."

Since your son has a heart of gold - did he, you or the FCA coaches check up on the Hawks player on Sunday? If memory serves me correct - I think I saw both teams tailgates where right next to each other. Certainty then a member from FCA, or your family would have checked in with the Hawks who were merely steps away from you - to check on the well being of another 11 year old, and help remedy your sons anguish

You want to overlook the hit - I'll buy that as we all see high hits (typically not as a late as the hit in question). But, don't turn a blind eye to your sons behavior outside of that game. My son doesn't play for the Hawks (I couldn't stomach that), but he did play against your son last spring in HOCO - and, along side him this summer on team All In. Whether you want to admit it or not, your son does have a well earned reputation for playing dirty, and running his mouth. Perhaps this incident will go a long way for them moving forward.

So glad you were just recently "made aware of the site"


Definitely a 91 parent here; we know what these guys are all about.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/23/19 07:12 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
VLC has played two of the projected Elite teams this fall and is 2-0. Just saying.


I’d hold off a minute before printing those championship t shirts for the spring
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/23/19 07:20 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
VLC has played two of the projected Elite teams this fall and is 2-0. Just saying.


Which ones?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/23/19 07:39 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
You’re right that VLC needs to beat teams like True if they want to be in Elite, but wrong if you think True is AA. They will be one of the stronger teams in AAA based on goaltending and other factors.


LOL I love the fishing for compliments
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/23/19 07:56 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Mr M,

Its good to see you're not hiding behind your previous anonymous comments....
"The kid is tall and he put his shoulder right and the Hawks players chest and buried him; flag came in late once the kid did not get up and the Hawks coach lost his mind IMO. I hope the Hawks kid is alright as well but to call that a cheap shot is hilarious and probably coming from the hawks parent."

Since your son has a heart of gold - did he, you or the FCA coaches check up on the Hawks player on Sunday? If memory serves me correct - I think I saw both teams tailgates where right next to each other. Certainty then a member from FCA, or your family would have checked in with the Hawks who were merely steps away from you - to check on the well being of another 11 year old, and help remedy your sons anguish

You want to overlook the hit - I'll buy that as we all see high hits (typically not as a late as the hit in question). But, don't turn a blind eye to your sons behavior outside of that game. My son doesn't play for the Hawks (I couldn't stomach that), but he did play against your son last spring in HOCO - and, along side him this summer on team All In. Whether you want to admit it or not, your son does have a well earned reputation for playing dirty, and running his mouth. Perhaps this incident will go a long way for them moving forward.

So glad you were just recently "made aware of the site"



I think kids call this a mic drop


heck, I know I do because it is spot on. Nice try Mr M.


You always talk about the ones you fear:)
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/23/19 08:17 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
You’re right that VLC needs to beat teams like True if they want to be in Elite, but wrong if you think True is AA. They will be one of the stronger teams in AAA based on goaltending and other factors.


LOL I love the fishing for compliments


True goalie dad; thanks!!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/23/19 08:52 PM

Wow......a lot of drama for 6th grade lacrosse......these poor kids.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/24/19 12:23 AM

Looneys and Next Level
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/24/19 11:07 AM

How did the rest of the teams do this past weekend ? I am not here to talk negative about someone’s 11 year old child. I find
That very immature of a parent. If you have something to say about someone child you should reach out to them directly if you are seriously concerned! Otherwise you are an anonymous bully and trash talk on an 11 year old kid should not be allowed on this site.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/24/19 11:17 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Looneys and Next Level


Swarm and Next Level are 2 very different things. Next Level stepped up and played all certified elite teams as a challenge. You did not play Next Level. At least get your teams right. Swarm played county rec last year and lost to some teams in that for what it's worth.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/24/19 11:51 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Neutral party here, but let's not talk about individual kids.


👆👆👆👆👆👆👆👆👆


THIS......some real trolls on this board
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/24/19 01:56 PM

How did the looneys 2026 team do ?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/24/19 02:04 PM

I do know the difference between Swarm and Next Level. VLC played Next Level in a different event on October 13 and VLC won by 1 goal in a well played game. Last spring in the Hoco playoffs NL beat VLC by 1, and in the regular season the teams tied. Thanks for your interest and your feedback. quote=Anonymous]
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Looneys and Next Level


Swarm and Next Level are 2 very different things. Next Level stepped up and played all certified elite teams as a challenge. You did not play Next Level. At least get your teams right. Swarm played county rec last year and lost to some teams in that for what it's worth. [/quote]
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/24/19 02:26 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
How did the looneys 2026 team do ?


Fall Ball is hard to judge how teams do; many kids that play lacrosse are playing football or soccer and not able to attend weekend tournaments. That being said Looney's went 1-2 with losses over True Lacrosse (4-3), VLC (5-3) and a win over Swarm (9-4). Hawks 3-0, True 3-0, FCA 2-1 and 2-1 seemed to be the most complete teams. Crabs had a nice win over Next Level. It will be interesting to see who is the 8th team in Elite?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/24/19 02:32 PM

Good group at NAL fall event

Annapolis Hawks
BBL
Edge
Express North Rioseco
Legacy
Long Island Express Haugen
Madlax-Capital
NH Tomahawks
NXT
Prime Time
Sweetlax-NY
Team 91 Maryland
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/24/19 02:38 PM

Looneys went 3-0. Beat Hawks, FCA and Madlax ......troll
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/24/19 02:49 PM

Yes, instead of talking about individual kids, let’s talk about coaches. When I read threads about dangerous plays like this one, two words come to mind: bad coaching. I don’t know anything about the FCA 2026 coaches, but this does not look good on them. Ditto for the coach of whichever player was dragging his knuckles and taunting opposing players after a goal. And parents who pay travel prices for this sort of coaching should think twice about what they are getting. Anonymous]Neutral party here, but let's not talk about individual kids. [/quote]
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/24/19 03:30 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
How did the looneys 2026 team do ?

1-2
Beat Swarm by 5
lost to VLC by 2
Lost to True by 1
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/24/19 03:41 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Looneys and Next Level


Swarm and Next Level are 2 very different things. Next Level stepped up and played all certified elite teams as a challenge. You did not play Next Level. At least get your teams right. Swarm played county rec last year and lost to some teams in that for what it's worth.

What is a certified Elite team?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/24/19 04:51 PM

NXT will lose by double digits to every other team on that list. They are not remotely competitive in 2026. Towerman said they registered for NAL fall event, but I guess they got bumped out.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/24/19 05:17 PM

Kids being kids.....watch a pro sport and you will see over the top celebrations. Any Nats fans? I bet you all like Juan Soto. He was doing you know what and staring at the pitcher after every ball that he didn't swing at. I don't mind the celebrations. It is in some kids personality to celebrate, in others it is not.

I also think that at this age, the kids that are deliberately hitting late and hitting to injure are few and far between. Late hits and hits to the head happen, but it doesn't always mean that there is intent.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/24/19 05:18 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Looneys and Next Level


Swarm and Next Level are 2 very different things. Next Level stepped up and played all certified elite teams as a challenge. You did not play Next Level. At least get your teams right. Swarm played county rec last year and lost to some teams in that for what it's worth.

What is a certified Elite team?


There is a 40 hour course. I think you can take it on line to get your certification.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/24/19 05:23 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Yes, instead of talking about individual kids, let’s talk about coaches. When I read threads about dangerous plays like this one, two words come to mind: bad coaching. I don’t know anything about the FCA 2026 coaches, but this does not look good on them. Ditto for the coach of whichever player was dragging his knuckles and taunting opposing players after a goal. And parents who pay travel prices for this sort of coaching should think twice about what they are getting. Anonymous]Neutral party here, but let's not talk about individual kids.

[/quote]

Sorry your son didn't make a club team this year. Just stay positive and tell him to keep working; maybe next year.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/24/19 06:44 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Looneys and Next Level


Swarm and Next Level are 2 very different things. Next Level stepped up and played all certified elite teams as a challenge. You did not play Next Level. At least get your teams right. Swarm played county rec last year and lost to some teams in that for what it's worth.

What is a certified Elite team?


If you have to ask. Your son is not on one ! It's for people in the know.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/24/19 07:24 PM

[quote=Anonymous]NXT will lose by double digits to every other team on that list. They are not remotely competitive in 2026. Towerman said they registered for NAL fall event, but I guess they got bumped out. [/quote

That is a head scratcher. Kudos to them for stepping up, just hope it doesn’t have the opposite effect and kill confidence
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/24/19 07:28 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
How did the looneys 2026 team do ?


Fall Ball is hard to judge how teams do; many kids that play lacrosse are playing football or soccer and not able to attend weekend tournaments. That being said Looney's went 1-2 with losses over True Lacrosse (4-3), VLC (5-3) and a win over Swarm (9-4). Hawks 3-0, True 3-0, FCA 2-1 and 2-1 seemed to be the most complete teams. Crabs had a nice win over Next Level. It will be interesting to see who is the 8th team in Elite?


Next Level is 8th team.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/24/19 08:03 PM

My son had his fair share of slashes and dirty hits from this FCA player over the summer. Emotions seem to get the best of him which, unfortunately, can turn a solid defender into a dirty player.

Prime example is from the summer at Trilogy at Regional. FCA and AYLC played twice, once in bracket play, and once for the title. FCA took the first game easily, keeping our entire offense on the perimeter and not letting many looks on the crease. His defense was executed well and he shut down my kid. The checks were fairly clean, body play was solid, and the trash talk was flying (mainly hype talk between teammates)

Fast forward to Sunday and it was a different scenario. AYLC made the adjustments needed to beat the defense. Letting up goals and being down got the best of him, he picked up 2 penalties against my son for slashes. Then, late in the game he got beat badly from GLE (where he owned my kid the day before) and after dishing a slash to the back he completely wrecked my kid from behind, earning him a non-releasable. This allowed AYLC to get some goals in and secure the trophy.

FCA was up and down a lot last year, I'm would think these tendencies were showing all season, and I'm disappointed the coaching staff wasn't able to get that under control. This was not an elite level tournament we were playing in, I can only imagine how things got against higher level of play, against bigger/stronger/faster offensive play.

Mr. M, I know its hard reading all this. I just hope some of these comments, paired with the anguish shown during that car ride home, can turn him into a more disciplined player. To loose control of your stick and body after loosing control of your emotions is not ok, and not fair to the other players on the field on either team.
He plays at a level higher than most when he's under control, and is definitely a force to be reckoned with. His intensity and physicality is something many of us wish our kids had. As high school comes around, the circle of refs gets smaller and smaller, reputations with keep flags on the field.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/24/19 08:08 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Yes, instead of talking about individual kids, let’s talk about coaches. When I read threads about dangerous plays like this one, two words come to mind: bad coaching. I don’t know anything about the FCA 2026 coaches, but this does not look good on them. Ditto for the coach of whichever player was dragging his knuckles and taunting opposing players after a goal. And parents who pay travel prices for this sort of coaching should think twice about what they are getting. Anonymous]Neutral party here, but let's not talk about individual kids.



Sorry your son didn't make a club team this year. Just stay positive and tell him to keep working; maybe next year.

[/quote]

LOL. Do you really think anybody without a son on the teams we are talking about reads and posts to this forum?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/24/19 08:53 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Yes, instead of talking about individual kids, let’s talk about coaches. When I read threads about dangerous plays like this one, two words come to mind: bad coaching. I don’t know anything about the FCA 2026 coaches, but this does not look good on them. Ditto for the coach of whichever player was dragging his knuckles and taunting opposing players after a goal. And parents who pay travel prices for this sort of coaching should think twice about what they are getting. Anonymous]Neutral party here, but let's not talk about individual kids.



Sorry your son didn't make a club team this year. Just stay positive and tell him to keep working; maybe next year.



LOL. Do you really think anybody without a son on the teams we are talking about reads and posts to this forum?
[/quote]
yes, absolutely
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/24/19 09:17 PM

Well said, and I agree with the prior poster who said that this reflects bad coaching.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/24/19 09:48 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Yes, instead of talking about individual kids, let’s talk about coaches. When I read threads about dangerous plays like this one, two words come to mind: bad coaching. I don’t know anything about the FCA 2026 coaches, but this does not look good on them. Ditto for the coach of whichever player was dragging his knuckles and taunting opposing players after a goal. And parents who pay travel prices for this sort of coaching should think twice about what they are getting. Anonymous]Neutral party here, but let's not talk about individual kids.


Sorry your son didn't make a club team this year. Just stay positive and tell him to keep working; maybe next year.



LOL. Do you really think anybody without a son on the teams we are talking about reads and posts to this forum?


Yes, Many are here to read about elite teams and how to get in. Sorta like you it seems . Hit The Wall !
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/24/19 09:54 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
My son had his fair share of slashes and dirty hits from this FCA player over the summer. Emotions seem to get the best of him which, unfortunately, can turn a solid defender into a dirty player.

Prime example is from the summer at Trilogy at Regional. FCA and AYLC played twice, once in bracket play, and once for the title. FCA took the first game easily, keeping our entire offense on the perimeter and not letting many looks on the crease. His defense was executed well and he shut down my kid. The checks were fairly clean, body play was solid, and the trash talk was flying (mainly hype talk between teammates)

Fast forward to Sunday and it was a different scenario. AYLC made the adjustments needed to beat the defense. Letting up goals and being down got the best of him, he picked up 2 penalties against my son for slashes. Then, late in the game he got beat badly from GLE (where he owned my kid the day before) and after dishing a slash to the back he completely wrecked my kid from behind, earning him a non-releasable. This allowed AYLC to get some goals in and secure the trophy.

FCA was up and down a lot last year, I'm would think these tendencies were showing all season, and I'm disappointed the coaching staff wasn't able to get that under control. This was not an elite level tournament we were playing in, I can only imagine how things got against higher level of play, against bigger/stronger/faster offensive play.

Mr. M, I know its hard reading all this. I just hope some of these comments, paired with the anguish shown during that car ride home, can turn him into a more disciplined player. To loose control of your stick and body after loosing control of your emotions is not ok, and not fair to the other players on the field on either team.
He plays at a level higher than most when he's under control, and is definitely a force to be reckoned with. His intensity and physicality is something many of us wish our kids had. As high school comes around, the circle of refs gets smaller and smaller, reputations with keep flags on the field.


Mr M has had his Hat handed to him twice now . Many people are completely in denial about their children and their actions, Not saying Mr M is, but it does seem that way. Even I have been guilty of it a time or two.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/24/19 09:55 PM

91 parent so no dog in this fight. Lacrosse is a contact sport. Slashing and checking are part of the game. Even unnecessary ones. Maybe your kid should play baseball??
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/24/19 11:02 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
91 parent so no dog in this fight. Lacrosse is a contact sport. Slashing and checking are part of the game. Even unnecessary ones. Maybe your kid should play baseball??

Go back to Texas
-signed everyone
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/24/19 11:10 PM

No dog in the fight either but I call Baloney on the 91 parent. The type of play described in the prior post is not part of the game and players who do it hurt their own team, with nonreleasable penalties and they probably injure their own teammates in practice too. I’m sorry that you don’t know the difference between tough play and dirty play, but I can assure you that your sons teammates do.
By the way there is plenty of dirty play in baseball too but it doesn’t belong there either.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/24/19 11:32 PM

Definitely a lot of whining on this forum from parents who have soft kids; they would never have survived playing back in the day. Maybe baseball is the way to guy for some of these parents. Good call 91 parent.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/24/19 11:36 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
91 parent so no dog in this fight. Lacrosse is a contact sport. Slashing and checking are part of the game. Even unnecessary ones. Maybe your kid should play baseball??


Lol, 91 was the biggest disappointment in HOCO last season, fear of contact kept the entire offense throwing the ball in a circle until an eventual turnover.
More disappointing were the 91 parents who turned their frustrations about under performing into horrible sideline behavior. Can you imagine how that group of parents would act if their “stud” this or “stud” that got taken out from behind on a dirty play.
Great job lining those bags up, maybe this season you can line up some wins.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/24/19 11:37 PM

I think this anonymous writer likes talking about others kids in a negative way because they must be better than his son. You really need to back off on the FCA kid. I know the kid and he is just started playing defense. It’s only you that is being so negative about him and it’s getting old. Let’s move on!!! If you want to talk about this kid why don’t you be a man and call Mr M then hiding on this site.

These kids are 11 and many of them are just learning the sport and their positions. The coaches that this age are still moving them around to see what works best for them.


Like we are saying, let the coaches and refs do their jobs and teach these kids the right way. This includes the hawks coaches and parents.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/24/19 11:40 PM

I totally agree!! I think this guy needs to take his son and go play baseball or soccer so he doesn’t get hurt or his feelings hurt.
What a looser.

I’m done listening to this joker.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/24/19 11:47 PM

I said it before and I’ll say it again; get that kid some coaching and he’s one of the best defenders at the 26 level; surely the most athletic. I know our coach wanted him to come over to our team and we tried to get him. My guess is most the clubs at 26 wouldn’t mind having someone just like him as well to coach. Mr. M just tell your son to keep working; he has a bright future in the sport if he sticks with it.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/24/19 11:58 PM

Is this site run by a hawks coach or parent ?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/25/19 12:34 AM

Which joker/lost are you referring to? It sounds like three kids on three different teams have been injured on dirty plays by this one FCA player. are you calling all three families losers?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/25/19 12:55 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
I think this anonymous writer likes talking about others kids in a negative way because they must be better than his son. You really need to back off on the FCA kid. I know the kid and he is just started playing defense. It’s only you that is being so negative about him and it’s getting old. Let’s move on!!! If you want to talk about this kid why don’t you be a man and call Mr M then hiding on this site.

These kids are 11 and many of them are just learning the sport and their positions. The coaches that this age are still moving them around to see what works best for them.


Like we are saying, let the coaches and refs do their jobs and teach these kids the right way. This includes the hawks coaches and parents.


Don’t let facts hurt your feelings. FCA has a history of making poor coaching decisions. From having their FOGO try to carry the team on 1 leg a few summers ago at Exposure, when he has not business playing, to letting this kid play uncontrollably game after game.

When you take out one the most recognizable player, on the #1 team in the nation, people are going to talk about it. Give it a few more days, more games this weekend will distract everyone and there will be new topics of convo next week.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/25/19 01:14 AM

Dear attack and middies:

We are sorry for messing up your game flow and from trying to stop you from scoring goals. We realize that you always play perfect, never slashed us or given us a late hit. You play the game to the highest ethical level and don’t make mistakes. From now on, when you dodge us from 15 yards out, we will just let you run by and score every time.

All our love,
Any team’s Defense
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/25/19 02:26 AM

Best midfielder vs Best Defenseman at the 2026 level; I see more collisions on the way. Should make for a fun Spring. Who’s brining the popcorn and first aid kits?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/25/19 10:13 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
How did the looneys 2026 team do ?


Fall Ball is hard to judge how teams do; many kids that play lacrosse are playing football or soccer and not able to attend weekend tournaments. That being said Looney's went 1-2 with losses over True Lacrosse (4-3), VLC (5-3) and a win over Swarm (9-4). Hawks 3-0, True 3-0, FCA 2-1 and 2-1 seemed to be the most complete teams. Crabs had a nice win over Next Level. It will be interesting to see who is the 8th team in Elite?


Next Level is 8th team.

Not.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/25/19 10:16 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Which joker/lost are you referring to? It sounds like three kids on three different teams have been injured on dirty plays by this one FCA player. are you calling all three families losers?

👆🏻
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/25/19 10:40 AM

If you are a AAA team and you can’t consistently beat the AAA teams, you have no business in elite. Next Level isn’t there yet. Win the AAA division again this year, then maybe. But that’s not going to happen.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/25/19 12:15 PM

Please tell us what team this legendary coach is on so that all defenders can seek his guidance. This one of kind coach has the insight to train 11 year old defenders how to react to an offensive player’s change of direction, spin move, head bob, or any other kind of move in a split second with precise accuracy. Defenders react to offensive moves, with little time to do so. If they guess right it is great defense, guess wrong and uneducated parents lash out. Just ask your son to always run straight up and down, with no bobing, weaving, duck moves or spins, and the issues that concern you go away. Some parents will always find an excuse as to why their son underperformed their expectations in a game. The defense is an easy target. Let your offensive player play defense for a game, and let us critique his every move. Defenders don’t complain about the hacks from attack or middies, the careless one handed whip checks they receive as they clear the ball up the field, etc. Also ironic to see these complaining parents erupt on their sideline as one of their defenders makes a big hit. See what you want to see.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/25/19 12:22 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
I think this anonymous writer likes talking about others kids in a negative way because they must be better than his son. You really need to back off on the FCA kid. I know the kid and he is just started playing defense. It’s only you that is being so negative about him and it’s getting old. Let’s move on!!! If you want to talk about this kid why don’t you be a man and call Mr M then hiding on this site.

These kids are 11 and many of them are just learning the sport and their positions. The coaches that this age are still moving them around to see what works best for them.


Like we are saying, let the coaches and refs do their jobs and teach these kids the right way. This includes the hawks coaches and parents.


Don’t let facts hurt your feelings. FCA has a history of making poor coaching decisions. From having their FOGO try to carry the team on 1 leg a few summers ago at Exposure, when he has not business playing, to letting this kid play uncontrollably game after game.

When you take out one the most recognizable player, on the #1 team in the nation, people are going to talk about it. Give it a few more days, more games this weekend will distract everyone and there will be new topics of convo next week.


Thanks Dad/Coach for letting us know your kid is the best player on the best team in the country while calling out another kid and club; stay humble and keep grinding.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/25/19 12:28 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Is this site run by a hawks coach or parent ?


What would lead you to say that?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/25/19 12:40 PM

Honestly this is hilarious!! If you are on this site calling out 11/12 year old kids, you seriously need to be laying on a black leather couch talking to someone about how you failed as a athlete in your youth and now trying to live through your kid and failing as a parent. To the parent(s) of the FCA Kid; just keep coaching him; based on what I am reading he is talented and feared.....I think that is a good combination.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/25/19 01:01 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
My son had his fair share of slashes and dirty hits from this FCA player over the summer. Emotions seem to get the best of him which, unfortunately, can turn a solid defender into a dirty player.

Prime example is from the summer at Trilogy at Regional. FCA and AYLC played twice, once in bracket play, and once for the title. FCA took the first game easily, keeping our entire offense on the perimeter and not letting many looks on the crease. His defense was executed well and he shut down my kid. The checks were fairly clean, body play was solid, and the trash talk was flying (mainly hype talk between teammates)

Fast forward to Sunday and it was a different scenario. AYLC made the adjustments needed to beat the defense. Letting up goals and being down got the best of him, he picked up 2 penalties against my son for slashes. Then, late in the game he got beat badly from GLE (where he owned my kid the day before) and after dishing a slash to the back he completely wrecked my kid from behind, earning him a non-releasable. This allowed AYLC to get some goals in and secure the trophy.

FCA was up and down a lot last year, I'm would think these tendencies were showing all season, and I'm disappointed the coaching staff wasn't able to get that under control. This was not an elite level tournament we were playing in, I can only imagine how things got against higher level of play, against bigger/stronger/faster offensive play.

Mr. M, I know its hard reading all this. I just hope some of these comments, paired with the anguish shown during that car ride home, can turn him into a more disciplined player. To loose control of your stick and body after loosing control of your emotions is not ok, and not fair to the other players on the field on either team.
He plays at a level higher than most when he's under control, and is definitely a force to be reckoned with. His intensity and physicality is something many of us wish our kids had. As high school comes around, the circle of refs gets smaller and smaller, reputations with keep flags on the field.


One of the most irresponsible posts I have read on this site........if you had an issue with the FCA Kid and his play address it after the game FACE to FACE with the FCA Coaches/ Parents and Kid. Again a troll who was too much time on his hands; at least the FCA dad put his name out there maybe you should do the same before calling our 11 year old kids. Unbelievable.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/25/19 01:17 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
I totally agree!! I think this guy needs to take his son and go play baseball or soccer so he doesn’t get hurt or his feelings hurt.
What a looser.

I’m done listening to this joker.


Good, Does that mean we are done seeing your comments ? It is hilarious how you FCA parents complain about people talking about a 6th grader while you do the exact same thing.

I guess the FCA motto is, do as I say , not as I do .
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/25/19 02:02 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Best midfielder vs Best Defenseman at the 2026 level; I see more collisions on the way. Should make for a fun Spring. Who’s brining the popcorn and first aid kits?


When will you see these collisions, at Hawks practice?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/25/19 02:03 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
If you are a AAA team and you can’t consistently beat the AAA teams, you have no business in elite. Next Level isn’t there yet. Win the AAA division again this year, then maybe. But that’s not going to happen.

True Parent with cut off sleeves and sunglasses inside
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/25/19 02:04 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
My son had his fair share of slashes and dirty hits from this FCA player over the summer. Emotions seem to get the best of him which, unfortunately, can turn a solid defender into a dirty player.

Prime example is from the summer at Trilogy at Regional. FCA and AYLC played twice, once in bracket play, and once for the title. FCA took the first game easily, keeping our entire offense on the perimeter and not letting many looks on the crease. His defense was executed well and he shut down my kid. The checks were fairly clean, body play was solid, and the trash talk was flying (mainly hype talk between teammates)

Fast forward to Sunday and it was a different scenario. AYLC made the adjustments needed to beat the defense. Letting up goals and being down got the best of him, he picked up 2 penalties against my son for slashes. Then, late in the game he got beat badly from GLE (where he owned my kid the day before) and after dishing a slash to the back he completely wrecked my kid from behind, earning him a non-releasable. This allowed AYLC to get some goals in and secure the trophy.

FCA was up and down a lot last year, I'm would think these tendencies were showing all season, and I'm disappointed the coaching staff wasn't able to get that under control. This was not an elite level tournament we were playing in, I can only imagine how things got against higher level of play, against bigger/stronger/faster offensive play.

Mr. M, I know its hard reading all this. I just hope some of these comments, paired with the anguish shown during that car ride home, can turn him into a more disciplined player. To loose control of your stick and body after loosing control of your emotions is not ok, and not fair to the other players on the field on either team.
He plays at a level higher than most when he's under control, and is definitely a force to be reckoned with. His intensity and physicality is something many of us wish our kids had. As high school comes around, the circle of refs gets smaller and smaller, reputations with keep flags on the field.


One of the most irresponsible posts I have read on this site........if you had an issue with the FCA Kid and his play address it after the game FACE to FACE with the FCA Coaches/ Parents and Kid. Again a troll who was too much time on his hands; at least the FCA dad put his name out there maybe you should do the same before calling our 11 year old kids. Unbelievable.


Take a hike dude. If you didn't expect this group of 2026 nut bag parents (myself included) to start chirping about players and teams then you sir are not very smart and should look at signing your son, or if he's transitioning, your daughter, up for some sort of reading club
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/25/19 02:05 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
I think this anonymous writer likes talking about others kids in a negative way because they must be better than his son. You really need to back off on the FCA kid. I know the kid and he is just started playing defense. It’s only you that is being so negative about him and it’s getting old. Let’s move on!!! If you want to talk about this kid why don’t you be a man and call Mr M then hiding on this site.

These kids are 11 and many of them are just learning the sport and their positions. The coaches that this age are still moving them around to see what works best for them.


Like we are saying, let the coaches and refs do their jobs and teach these kids the right way. This includes the hawks coaches and parents.


Don’t let facts hurt your feelings. FCA has a history of making poor coaching decisions. From having their FOGO try to carry the team on 1 leg a few summers ago at Exposure, when he has not business playing, to letting this kid play uncontrollably game after game.

When you take out one the most recognizable player, on the #1 team in the nation, people are going to talk about it. Give it a few more days, more games this weekend will distract everyone and there will be new topics of convo next week.


Thanks Dad/Coach for letting us know your kid is the best player on the best team in the country while calling out another kid and club; stay humble and keep grinding.


Again, Don’t let facts hurt your feelings
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/25/19 02:20 PM

I’m not an FCA parent. My point is lacrosse is a physical sport.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/25/19 02:26 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
My son had his fair share of slashes and dirty hits from this FCA player over the summer. Emotions seem to get the best of him which, unfortunately, can turn a solid defender into a dirty player.

Prime example is from the summer at Trilogy at Regional. FCA and AYLC played twice, once in bracket play, and once for the title. FCA took the first game easily, keeping our entire offense on the perimeter and not letting many looks on the crease. His defense was executed well and he shut down my kid. The checks were fairly clean, body play was solid, and the trash talk was flying (mainly hype talk between teammates)

Fast forward to Sunday and it was a different scenario. AYLC made the adjustments needed to beat the defense. Letting up goals and being down got the best of him, he picked up 2 penalties against my son for slashes. Then, late in the game he got beat badly from GLE (where he owned my kid the day before) and after dishing a slash to the back he completely wrecked my kid from behind, earning him a non-releasable. This allowed AYLC to get some goals in and secure the trophy.

FCA was up and down a lot last year, I'm would think these tendencies were showing all season, and I'm disappointed the coaching staff wasn't able to get that under control. This was not an elite level tournament we were playing in, I can only imagine how things got against higher level of play, against bigger/stronger/faster offensive play.

Mr. M, I know its hard reading all this. I just hope some of these comments, paired with the anguish shown during that car ride home, can turn him into a more disciplined player. To loose control of your stick and body after loosing control of your emotions is not ok, and not fair to the other players on the field on either team.
He plays at a level higher than most when he's under control, and is definitely a force to be reckoned with. His intensity and physicality is something many of us wish our kids had. As high school comes around, the circle of refs gets smaller and smaller, reputations with keep flags on the field.


One of the most irresponsible posts I have read on this site........if you had an issue with the FCA Kid and his play address it after the game FACE to FACE with the FCA Coaches/ Parents and Kid. Again a troll who was too much time on his hands; at least the FCA dad put his name out there maybe you should do the same before calling our 11 year old kids. Unbelievable.


Believe it.

No parent with any class is going to walk out and start a confrontation with another teams coach over a penalty.

The statements posted are true, and they are exactly what happened. I didn't say anything at the time bc I did not think much of it being more than an isolated incident. Like it stunk the my kid got railed, but a penalty was served and AYLC won the tournament. It was over, and that was that.

Had anyone known the tendencies of the player, our coaches may have addressed the refs before the game about him, and maybe the refs would have addressed FCA about careless play. Parents and coaches are learning now, so I'm sure that will be happening all season for FCA after the dirty play last week.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/25/19 02:41 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
I’m not an FCA parent. My point is lacrosse is a physical sport.


Football is a contact sport, ask Vontaze Burfict how playing uncontrollably worked out for him this year.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/25/19 02:48 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
My son had his fair share of slashes and dirty hits from this FCA player over the summer. Emotions seem to get the best of him which, unfortunately, can turn a solid defender into a dirty player.

Prime example is from the summer at Trilogy at Regional. FCA and AYLC played twice, once in bracket play, and once for the title. FCA took the first game easily, keeping our entire offense on the perimeter and not letting many looks on the crease. His defense was executed well and he shut down my kid. The checks were fairly clean, body play was solid, and the trash talk was flying (mainly hype talk between teammates)

Fast forward to Sunday and it was a different scenario. AYLC made the adjustments needed to beat the defense. Letting up goals and being down got the best of him, he picked up 2 penalties against my son for slashes. Then, late in the game he got beat badly from GLE (where he owned my kid the day before) and after dishing a slash to the back he completely wrecked my kid from behind, earning him a non-releasable. This allowed AYLC to get some goals in and secure the trophy.

FCA was up and down a lot last year, I'm would think these tendencies were showing all season, and I'm disappointed the coaching staff wasn't able to get that under control. This was not an elite level tournament we were playing in, I can only imagine how things got against higher level of play, against bigger/stronger/faster offensive play.

Mr. M, I know its hard reading all this. I just hope some of these comments, paired with the anguish shown during that car ride home, can turn him into a more disciplined player. To loose control of your stick and body after loosing control of your emotions is not ok, and not fair to the other players on the field on either team.
He plays at a level higher than most when he's under control, and is definitely a force to be reckoned with. His intensity and physicality is something many of us wish our kids had. As high school comes around, the circle of refs gets smaller and smaller, reputations with keep flags on the field.


One of the most irresponsible posts I have read on this site........if you had an issue with the FCA Kid and his play address it after the game FACE to FACE with the FCA Coaches/ Parents and Kid. Again a troll who was too much time on his hands; at least the FCA dad put his name out there maybe you should do the same before calling our 11 year old kids. Unbelievable.


Take a hike dude. If you didn't expect this group of 2026 nut bag parents (myself included) to start chirping about players and teams then you sir are not very smart and should look at signing your son, or if he's transitioning, your daughter, up for some sort of reading club


And this here is all you need to know about some of the people who are posting on this forum........truly sad.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/25/19 02:55 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
My son had his fair share of slashes and dirty hits from this FCA player over the summer. Emotions seem to get the best of him which, unfortunately, can turn a solid defender into a dirty player.

Prime example is from the summer at Trilogy at Regional. FCA and AYLC played twice, once in bracket play, and once for the title. FCA took the first game easily, keeping our entire offense on the perimeter and not letting many looks on the crease. His defense was executed well and he shut down my kid. The checks were fairly clean, body play was solid, and the trash talk was flying (mainly hype talk between teammates)

Fast forward to Sunday and it was a different scenario. AYLC made the adjustments needed to beat the defense. Letting up goals and being down got the best of him, he picked up 2 penalties against my son for slashes. Then, late in the game he got beat badly from GLE (where he owned my kid the day before) and after dishing a slash to the back he completely wrecked my kid from behind, earning him a non-releasable. This allowed AYLC to get some goals in and secure the trophy.

FCA was up and down a lot last year, I'm would think these tendencies were showing all season, and I'm disappointed the coaching staff wasn't able to get that under control. This was not an elite level tournament we were playing in, I can only imagine how things got against higher level of play, against bigger/stronger/faster offensive play.

Mr. M, I know its hard reading all this. I just hope some of these comments, paired with the anguish shown during that car ride home, can turn him into a more disciplined player. To loose control of your stick and body after loosing control of your emotions is not ok, and not fair to the other players on the field on either team.
He plays at a level higher than most when he's under control, and is definitely a force to be reckoned with. His intensity and physicality is something many of us wish our kids had. As high school comes around, the circle of refs gets smaller and smaller, reputations with keep flags on the field.


One of the most irresponsible posts I have read on this site........if you had an issue with the FCA Kid and his play address it after the game FACE to FACE with the FCA Coaches/ Parents and Kid. Again a troll who was too much time on his hands; at least the FCA dad put his name out there maybe you should do the same before calling our 11 year old kids. Unbelievable.


Believe it.

No parent with any class is going to walk out and start a confrontation with another teams coach over a penalty.

The statements posted are true, and they are exactly what happened. I didn't say anything at the time bc I did not think much of it being more than an isolated incident. Like it stunk the my kid got railed, but a penalty was served and AYLC won the tournament. It was over, and that was that.

Had anyone known the tendencies of the player, our coaches may have addressed the refs before the game about him, and maybe the refs would have addressed FCA about careless play. Parents and coaches are learning now, so I'm sure that will be happening all season for FCA after the dirty play last week.


People talk about what they fear.....good luck in the Spring. No one said it had to be a confrontation you had with the FCA coach/dad etc; how about an adult conversation about what happened? Call it a COACHING MOMENT...remember those or were you too caught upp in winning like most of this board is?. Apparently you are too much of a coward to do that so you hide on message boards and callout kids. I feel bad for the kids your coaching and I hope this FCA dad comes to speak with you the next time your two teams meet and maybe something good can come out of it instead of what is happening here.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/25/19 03:06 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
My son had his fair share of slashes and dirty hits from this FCA player over the summer. Emotions seem to get the best of him which, unfortunately, can turn a solid defender into a dirty player.

Prime example is from the summer at Trilogy at Regional. FCA and AYLC played twice, once in bracket play, and once for the title. FCA took the first game easily, keeping our entire offense on the perimeter and not letting many looks on the crease. His defense was executed well and he shut down my kid. The checks were fairly clean, body play was solid, and the trash talk was flying (mainly hype talk between teammates)

Fast forward to Sunday and it was a different scenario. AYLC made the adjustments needed to beat the defense. Letting up goals and being down got the best of him, he picked up 2 penalties against my son for slashes. Then, late in the game he got beat badly from GLE (where he owned my kid the day before) and after dishing a slash to the back he completely wrecked my kid from behind, earning him a non-releasable. This allowed AYLC to get some goals in and secure the trophy.

FCA was up and down a lot last year, I'm would think these tendencies were showing all season, and I'm disappointed the coaching staff wasn't able to get that under control. This was not an elite level tournament we were playing in, I can only imagine how things got against higher level of play, against bigger/stronger/faster offensive play.

Mr. M, I know its hard reading all this. I just hope some of these comments, paired with the anguish shown during that car ride home, can turn him into a more disciplined player. To loose control of your stick and body after loosing control of your emotions is not ok, and not fair to the other players on the field on either team.
He plays at a level higher than most when he's under control, and is definitely a force to be reckoned with. His intensity and physicality is something many of us wish our kids had. As high school comes around, the circle of refs gets smaller and smaller, reputations with keep flags on the field.


One of the most irresponsible posts I have read on this site........if you had an issue with the FCA Kid and his play address it after the game FACE to FACE with the FCA Coaches/ Parents and Kid. Again a troll who was too much time on his hands; at least the FCA dad put his name out there maybe you should do the same before calling our 11 year old kids. Unbelievable.


Believe it.

No parent with any class is going to walk out and start a confrontation with another teams coach over a penalty.

The statements posted are true, and they are exactly what happened. I didn't say anything at the time bc I did not think much of it being more than an isolated incident. Like it stunk the my kid got railed, but a penalty was served and AYLC won the tournament. It was over, and that was that.

Had anyone known the tendencies of the player, our coaches may have addressed the refs before the game about him, and maybe the refs would have addressed FCA about careless play. Parents and coaches are learning now, so I'm sure that will be happening all season for FCA after the dirty play last week.



If you were that concerned you should have addressed it at the time it happened; that is what good coaches do and probably the reason most of the talent on AYLC left.I am sure you will run across FCA and this kid at some point so make sure you stop by and talk to them.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/25/19 03:09 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
If you are a AAA team and you can’t consistently beat the AAA teams, you have no business in elite. Next Level isn’t there yet. Win the AAA division again this year, then maybe. But that’s not going to happen.

True Parent with cut off sleeves and sunglasses inside



Helicopter Dad
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/25/19 03:40 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
How did the looneys 2026 team do ?


Fall Ball is hard to judge how teams do; many kids that play lacrosse are playing football or soccer and not able to attend weekend tournaments. That being said Looney's went 1-2 with losses over True Lacrosse (4-3), VLC (5-3) and a win over Swarm (9-4). Hawks 3-0, True 3-0, FCA 2-1 and 2-1 seemed to be the most complete teams. Crabs had a nice win over Next Level. It will be interesting to see who is the 8th team in Elite?


Next Level is 8th team.

Not.


Winners of AAA move up to Elite. Last place moves down.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/25/19 03:52 PM

Can’t we all just get along. I mean come on. All of our will be playing D1 together in a few years. Lol
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/25/19 03:55 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
My son had his fair share of slashes and dirty hits from this FCA player over the summer. Emotions seem to get the best of him which, unfortunately, can turn a solid defender into a dirty player.

Prime example is from the summer at Trilogy at Regional. FCA and AYLC played twice, once in bracket play, and once for the title. FCA took the first game easily, keeping our entire offense on the perimeter and not letting many looks on the crease. His defense was executed well and he shut down my kid. The checks were fairly clean, body play was solid, and the trash talk was flying (mainly hype talk between teammates)

Fast forward to Sunday and it was a different scenario. AYLC made the adjustments needed to beat the defense. Letting up goals and being down got the best of him, he picked up 2 penalties against my son for slashes. Then, late in the game he got beat badly from GLE (where he owned my kid the day before) and after dishing a slash to the back he completely wrecked my kid from behind, earning him a non-releasable. This allowed AYLC to get some goals in and secure the trophy.

FCA was up and down a lot last year, I'm would think these tendencies were showing all season, and I'm disappointed the coaching staff wasn't able to get that under control. This was not an elite level tournament we were playing in, I can only imagine how things got against higher level of play, against bigger/stronger/faster offensive play.

Mr. M, I know its hard reading all this. I just hope some of these comments, paired with the anguish shown during that car ride home, can turn him into a more disciplined player. To loose control of your stick and body after loosing control of your emotions is not ok, and not fair to the other players on the field on either team.
He plays at a level higher than most when he's under control, and is definitely a force to be reckoned with. His intensity and physicality is something many of us wish our kids had. As high school comes around, the circle of refs gets smaller and smaller, reputations with keep flags on the field.


One of the most irresponsible posts I have read on this site........if you had an issue with the FCA Kid and his play address it after the game FACE to FACE with the FCA Coaches/ Parents and Kid. Again a troll who was too much time on his hands; at least the FCA dad put his name out there maybe you should do the same before calling our 11 year old kids. Unbelievable.


Believe it.

No parent with any class is going to walk out and start a confrontation with another teams coach over a penalty.

The statements posted are true, and they are exactly what happened. I didn't say anything at the time bc I did not think much of it being more than an isolated incident. Like it stunk the my kid got railed, but a penalty was served and AYLC won the tournament. It was over, and that was that.

Had anyone known the tendencies of the player, our coaches may have addressed the refs before the game about him, and maybe the refs would have addressed FCA about careless play. Parents and coaches are learning now, so I'm sure that will be happening all season for FCA after the dirty play last week.


People talk about what they fear.....good luck in the Spring. No one said it had to be a confrontation you had with the FCA coach/dad etc; how about an adult conversation about what happened? Call it a COACHING MOMENT...remember those or were you too caught upp in winning like most of this board is?. Apparently you are too much of a coward to do that so you hide on message boards and callout kids. I feel bad for the kids your coaching and I hope this FCA dad comes to speak with you the next time your two teams meet and maybe something good can come out of it instead of what is happening here.

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
My son had his fair share of slashes and dirty hits from this FCA player over the summer. Emotions seem to get the best of him which, unfortunately, can turn a solid defender into a dirty player.

Prime example is from the summer at Trilogy at Regional. FCA and AYLC played twice, once in bracket play, and once for the title. FCA took the first game easily, keeping our entire offense on the perimeter and not letting many looks on the crease. His defense was executed well and he shut down my kid. The checks were fairly clean, body play was solid, and the trash talk was flying (mainly hype talk between teammates)

Fast forward to Sunday and it was a different scenario. AYLC made the adjustments needed to beat the defense. Letting up goals and being down got the best of him, he picked up 2 penalties against my son for slashes. Then, late in the game he got beat badly from GLE (where he owned my kid the day before) and after dishing a slash to the back he completely wrecked my kid from behind, earning him a non-releasable. This allowed AYLC to get some goals in and secure the trophy.

FCA was up and down a lot last year, I'm would think these tendencies were showing all season, and I'm disappointed the coaching staff wasn't able to get that under control. This was not an elite level tournament we were playing in, I can only imagine how things got against higher level of play, against bigger/stronger/faster offensive play.

Mr. M, I know its hard reading all this. I just hope some of these comments, paired with the anguish shown during that car ride home, can turn him into a more disciplined player. To loose control of your stick and body after loosing control of your emotions is not ok, and not fair to the other players on the field on either team.
He plays at a level higher than most when he's under control, and is definitely a force to be reckoned with. His intensity and physicality is something many of us wish our kids had. As high school comes around, the circle of refs gets smaller and smaller, reputations with keep flags on the field.


One of the most irresponsible posts I have read on this site........if you had an issue with the FCA Kid and his play address it after the game FACE to FACE with the FCA Coaches/ Parents and Kid. Again a troll who was too much time on his hands; at least the FCA dad put his name out there maybe you should do the same before calling our 11 year old kids. Unbelievable.


Believe it.

No parent with any class is going to walk out and start a confrontation with another teams coach over a penalty.

The statements posted are true, and they are exactly what happened. I didn't say anything at the time bc I did not think much of it being more than an isolated incident. Like it stunk the my kid got railed, but a penalty was served and AYLC won the tournament. It was over, and that was that.

Had anyone known the tendencies of the player, our coaches may have addressed the refs before the game about him, and maybe the refs would have addressed FCA about careless play. Parents and coaches are learning now, so I'm sure that will be happening all season for FCA after the dirty play last week.


People talk about what they fear.....good luck in the Spring. No one said it had to be a confrontation you had with the FCA coach/dad etc; how about an adult conversation about what happened? Call it a COACHING MOMENT...remember those or were you too caught upp in winning like most of this board is?. Apparently you are too much of a coward to do that so you hide on message boards and callout kids. I feel bad for the kids your coaching and I hope this FCA dad comes to speak with you the next time your two teams meet and maybe something good can come out of it instead of what is happening here.


To preach about having an adult conversation, followed by calling someone a coward seems I little hypocritical

To say it’s all about winning, when the original statement is about safety seems a little uneducated.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/25/19 04:33 PM

I did not realize how many lacrosse kids played soccer.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/25/19 04:50 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
I did not realize how many lacrosse kids played soccer.


You can tell real quick when the going gets tough!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/25/19 05:16 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
My son had his fair share of slashes and dirty hits from this FCA player over the summer. Emotions seem to get the best of him which, unfortunately, can turn a solid defender into a dirty player.

Prime example is from the summer at Trilogy at Regional. FCA and AYLC played twice, once in bracket play, and once for the title. FCA took the first game easily, keeping our entire offense on the perimeter and not letting many looks on the crease. His defense was executed well and he shut down my kid. The checks were fairly clean, body play was solid, and the trash talk was flying (mainly hype talk between teammates)

Fast forward to Sunday and it was a different scenario. AYLC made the adjustments needed to beat the defense. Letting up goals and being down got the best of him, he picked up 2 penalties against my son for slashes. Then, late in the game he got beat badly from GLE (where he owned my kid the day before) and after dishing a slash to the back he completely wrecked my kid from behind, earning him a non-releasable. This allowed AYLC to get some goals in and secure the trophy.

FCA was up and down a lot last year, I'm would think these tendencies were showing all season, and I'm disappointed the coaching staff wasn't able to get that under control. This was not an elite level tournament we were playing in, I can only imagine how things got against higher level of play, against bigger/stronger/faster offensive play.

Mr. M, I know its hard reading all this. I just hope some of these comments, paired with the anguish shown during that car ride home, can turn him into a more disciplined player. To loose control of your stick and body after loosing control of your emotions is not ok, and not fair to the other players on the field on either team.
He plays at a level higher than most when he's under control, and is definitely a force to be reckoned with. His intensity and physicality is something many of us wish our kids had. As high school comes around, the circle of refs gets smaller and smaller, reputations with keep flags on the field.


One of the most irresponsible posts I have read on this site........if you had an issue with the FCA Kid and his play address it after the game FACE to FACE with the FCA Coaches/ Parents and Kid. Again a troll who was too much time on his hands; at least the FCA dad put his name out there maybe you should do the same before calling our 11 year old kids. Unbelievable.


Believe it.

No parent with any class is going to walk out and start a confrontation with another teams coach over a penalty.

The statements posted are true, and they are exactly what happened. I didn't say anything at the time bc I did not think much of it being more than an isolated incident. Like it stunk the my kid got railed, but a penalty was served and AYLC won the tournament. It was over, and that was that.

Had anyone known the tendencies of the player, our coaches may have addressed the refs before the game about him, and maybe the refs would have addressed FCA about careless play. Parents and coaches are learning now, so I'm sure that will be happening all season for FCA after the dirty play last week.


People talk about what they fear.....good luck in the Spring. No one said it had to be a confrontation you had with the FCA coach/dad etc; how about an adult conversation about what happened? Call it a COACHING MOMENT...remember those or were you too caught upp in winning like most of this board is?. Apparently you are too much of a coward to do that so you hide on message boards and callout kids. I feel bad for the kids your coaching and I hope this FCA dad comes to speak with you the next time your two teams meet and maybe something good can come out of it instead of what is happening here.

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
My son had his fair share of slashes and dirty hits from this FCA player over the summer. Emotions seem to get the best of him which, unfortunately, can turn a solid defender into a dirty player.

Prime example is from the summer at Trilogy at Regional. FCA and AYLC played twice, once in bracket play, and once for the title. FCA took the first game easily, keeping our entire offense on the perimeter and not letting many looks on the crease. His defense was executed well and he shut down my kid. The checks were fairly clean, body play was solid, and the trash talk was flying (mainly hype talk between teammates)

Fast forward to Sunday and it was a different scenario. AYLC made the adjustments needed to beat the defense. Letting up goals and being down got the best of him, he picked up 2 penalties against my son for slashes. Then, late in the game he got beat badly from GLE (where he owned my kid the day before) and after dishing a slash to the back he completely wrecked my kid from behind, earning him a non-releasable. This allowed AYLC to get some goals in and secure the trophy.

FCA was up and down a lot last year, I'm would think these tendencies were showing all season, and I'm disappointed the coaching staff wasn't able to get that under control. This was not an elite level tournament we were playing in, I can only imagine how things got against higher level of play, against bigger/stronger/faster offensive play.

Mr. M, I know its hard reading all this. I just hope some of these comments, paired with the anguish shown during that car ride home, can turn him into a more disciplined player. To loose control of your stick and body after loosing control of your emotions is not ok, and not fair to the other players on the field on either team.
He plays at a level higher than most when he's under control, and is definitely a force to be reckoned with. His intensity and physicality is something many of us wish our kids had. As high school comes around, the circle of refs gets smaller and smaller, reputations with keep flags on the field.


One of the most irresponsible posts I have read on this site........if you had an issue with the FCA Kid and his play address it after the game FACE to FACE with the FCA Coaches/ Parents and Kid. Again a troll who was too much time on his hands; at least the FCA dad put his name out there maybe you should do the same before calling our 11 year old kids. Unbelievable.


Believe it.

No parent with any class is going to walk out and start a confrontation with another teams coach over a penalty.

The statements posted are true, and they are exactly what happened. I didn't say anything at the time bc I did not think much of it being more than an isolated incident. Like it stunk the my kid got railed, but a penalty was served and AYLC won the tournament. It was over, and that was that.

Had anyone known the tendencies of the player, our coaches may have addressed the refs before the game about him, and maybe the refs would have addressed FCA about careless play. Parents and coaches are learning now, so I'm sure that will be happening all season for FCA after the dirty play last week.


People talk about what they fear.....good luck in the Spring. No one said it had to be a confrontation you had with the FCA coach/dad etc; how about an adult conversation about what happened? Call it a COACHING MOMENT...remember those or were you too caught upp in winning like most of this board is?. Apparently you are too much of a coward to do that so you hide on message boards and callout kids. I feel bad for the kids your coaching and I hope this FCA dad comes to speak with you the next time your two teams meet and maybe something good can come out of it instead of what is happening here.


To preach about having an adult conversation, followed by calling someone a coward seems I little hypocritical

To say it’s all about winning, when the original statement is about safety seems a little uneducated.



If this coach was concerned about the safety of his kids he would have addressed the issue during the game or shortly thereafter their championship. To say he did not realize this was a 'tendency' is a bad excuse and yes to call out 11/12 year old kids anonymously on a message board is a cowardly act. He has chosen a message board 5 months after the tournament to voice his concerns. Great example coach!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/25/19 05:16 PM

Is AAA winners move up and last place moves down a definite rule? Of course the last place Elite team, Arden Diamondbacks, no longer exists, so that would leave AAA o e team short.

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
How did the looneys 2026 team do ?


Fall Ball is hard to judge how teams do; many kids that play lacrosse are playing football or soccer and not able to attend weekend tournaments. That being said Looney's went 1-2 with losses over True Lacrosse (4-3), VLC (5-3) and a win over Swarm (9-4). Hawks 3-0, True 3-0, FCA 2-1 and 2-1 seemed to be the most complete teams. Crabs had a nice win over Next Level. It will be interesting to see who is the 8th team in Elite?


Next Level is 8th team.

Not.


Winners of AAA move up to Elite. Last place moves down.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/25/19 05:52 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
My son had his fair share of slashes and dirty hits from this FCA player over the summer. Emotions seem to get the best of him which, unfortunately, can turn a solid defender into a dirty player.

Prime example is from the summer at Trilogy at Regional. FCA and AYLC played twice, once in bracket play, and once for the title. FCA took the first game easily, keeping our entire offense on the perimeter and not letting many looks on the crease. His defense was executed well and he shut down my kid. The checks were fairly clean, body play was solid, and the trash talk was flying (mainly hype talk between teammates)

Fast forward to Sunday and it was a different scenario. AYLC made the adjustments needed to beat the defense. Letting up goals and being down got the best of him, he picked up 2 penalties against my son for slashes. Then, late in the game he got beat badly from GLE (where he owned my kid the day before) and after dishing a slash to the back he completely wrecked my kid from behind, earning him a non-releasable. This allowed AYLC to get some goals in and secure the trophy.

FCA was up and down a lot last year, I'm would think these tendencies were showing all season, and I'm disappointed the coaching staff wasn't able to get that under control. This was not an elite level tournament we were playing in, I can only imagine how things got against higher level of play, against bigger/stronger/faster offensive play.

Mr. M, I know its hard reading all this. I just hope some of these comments, paired with the anguish shown during that car ride home, can turn him into a more disciplined player. To loose control of your stick and body after loosing control of your emotions is not ok, and not fair to the other players on the field on either team.
He plays at a level higher than most when he's under control, and is definitely a force to be reckoned with. His intensity and physicality is something many of us wish our kids had. As high school comes around, the circle of refs gets smaller and smaller, reputations with keep flags on the field.


One of the most irresponsible posts I have read on this site........if you had an issue with the FCA Kid and his play address it after the game FACE to FACE with the FCA Coaches/ Parents and Kid. Again a troll who was too much time on his hands; at least the FCA dad put his name out there maybe you should do the same before calling our 11 year old kids. Unbelievable.


Believe it.

No parent with any class is going to walk out and start a confrontation with another teams coach over a penalty.

The statements posted are true, and they are exactly what happened. I didn't say anything at the time bc I did not think much of it being more than an isolated incident. Like it stunk the my kid got railed, but a penalty was served and AYLC won the tournament. It was over, and that was that.

Had anyone known the tendencies of the player, our coaches may have addressed the refs before the game about him, and maybe the refs would have addressed FCA about careless play. Parents and coaches are learning now, so I'm sure that will be happening all season for FCA after the dirty play last week.


People talk about what they fear.....good luck in the Spring. No one said it had to be a confrontation you had with the FCA coach/dad etc; how about an adult conversation about what happened? Call it a COACHING MOMENT...remember those or were you too caught upp in winning like most of this board is?. Apparently you are too much of a coward to do that so you hide on message boards and callout kids. I feel bad for the kids your coaching and I hope this FCA dad comes to speak with you the next time your two teams meet and maybe something good can come out of it instead of what is happening here.

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
My son had his fair share of slashes and dirty hits from this FCA player over the summer. Emotions seem to get the best of him which, unfortunately, can turn a solid defender into a dirty player.

Prime example is from the summer at Trilogy at Regional. FCA and AYLC played twice, once in bracket play, and once for the title. FCA took the first game easily, keeping our entire offense on the perimeter and not letting many looks on the crease. His defense was executed well and he shut down my kid. The checks were fairly clean, body play was solid, and the trash talk was flying (mainly hype talk between teammates)

Fast forward to Sunday and it was a different scenario. AYLC made the adjustments needed to beat the defense. Letting up goals and being down got the best of him, he picked up 2 penalties against my son for slashes. Then, late in the game he got beat badly from GLE (where he owned my kid the day before) and after dishing a slash to the back he completely wrecked my kid from behind, earning him a non-releasable. This allowed AYLC to get some goals in and secure the trophy.

FCA was up and down a lot last year, I'm would think these tendencies were showing all season, and I'm disappointed the coaching staff wasn't able to get that under control. This was not an elite level tournament we were playing in, I can only imagine how things got against higher level of play, against bigger/stronger/faster offensive play.

Mr. M, I know its hard reading all this. I just hope some of these comments, paired with the anguish shown during that car ride home, can turn him into a more disciplined player. To loose control of your stick and body after loosing control of your emotions is not ok, and not fair to the other players on the field on either team.
He plays at a level higher than most when he's under control, and is definitely a force to be reckoned with. His intensity and physicality is something many of us wish our kids had. As high school comes around, the circle of refs gets smaller and smaller, reputations with keep flags on the field.


One of the most irresponsible posts I have read on this site........if you had an issue with the FCA Kid and his play address it after the game FACE to FACE with the FCA Coaches/ Parents and Kid. Again a troll who was too much time on his hands; at least the FCA dad put his name out there maybe you should do the same before calling our 11 year old kids. Unbelievable.


Believe it.

No parent with any class is going to walk out and start a confrontation with another teams coach over a penalty.

The statements posted are true, and they are exactly what happened. I didn't say anything at the time bc I did not think much of it being more than an isolated incident. Like it stunk the my kid got railed, but a penalty was served and AYLC won the tournament. It was over, and that was that.

Had anyone known the tendencies of the player, our coaches may have addressed the refs before the game about him, and maybe the refs would have addressed FCA about careless play. Parents and coaches are learning now, so I'm sure that will be happening all season for FCA after the dirty play last week.


People talk about what they fear.....good luck in the Spring. No one said it had to be a confrontation you had with the FCA coach/dad etc; how about an adult conversation about what happened? Call it a COACHING MOMENT...remember those or were you too caught upp in winning like most of this board is?. Apparently you are too much of a coward to do that so you hide on message boards and callout kids. I feel bad for the kids your coaching and I hope this FCA dad comes to speak with you the next time your two teams meet and maybe something good can come out of it instead of what is happening here.


To preach about having an adult conversation, followed by calling someone a coward seems I little hypocritical

To say it’s all about winning, when the original statement is about safety seems a little uneducated.



If this coach was concerned about the safety of his kids he would have addressed the issue during the game or shortly thereafter their championship. To say he did not realize this was a 'tendency' is a bad excuse and yes to call out 11/12 year old kids anonymously on a message board is a cowardly act. He has chosen a message board 5 months after the tournament to voice his concerns. Great example coach!


It’s pretty clear he is expressing concerns bc it’s the topic of conversation during the last week. These responses are comical
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/25/19 06:00 PM

[quote=Anonymous]Is AAA winners move up and last place moves down a definite rule? Of course the last place Elite team, Arden Diamondbacks, no longer exists, so that would leave AAA o e team short.

No, but it would be good one to have. Like relegation/promotion in European soccer. It would be bad for business for some clubs though and they would fight it. 2026 Crabs were 1-6, and certainly wouldn't want a move down.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/25/19 06:29 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Is AAA winners move up and last place moves down a definite rule? Of course the last place Elite team, Arden Diamondbacks, no longer exists, so that would leave AAA o e team short.

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
[quote=Anonymous]How did the looneys 2026 team do ?


Fall Ball is hard to judge how teams do; many kids that play lacrosse are playing football or soccer and not able to attend weekend tournaments. That being said Looney's went 1-2 with losses over True Lacrosse (4-3), VLC (5-3) and a win over Swarm (9-4). Hawks 3-0, True 3-0, FCA 2-1 and 2-1 seemed to be the most complete teams. Crabs had a nice win over Next Level. It will be interesting to see who is the 8th team in Elite?


Next Level is 8th team.

Not.


Winners of AAA move up to Elite. Last place moves down.


I would think that True would fill that spot.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/25/19 07:18 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Is AAA winners move up and last place moves down a definite rule? Of course the last place Elite team, Arden Diamondbacks, no longer exists, so that would leave AAA o e team short.

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
[quote=Anonymous]How did the looneys 2026 team do ?


Fall Ball is hard to judge how teams do; many kids that play lacrosse are playing football or soccer and not able to attend weekend tournaments. That being said Looney's went 1-2 with losses over True Lacrosse (4-3), VLC (5-3) and a win over Swarm (9-4). Hawks 3-0, True 3-0, FCA 2-1 and 2-1 seemed to be the most complete teams. Crabs had a nice win over Next Level. It will be interesting to see who is the 8th team in Elite?


Next Level is 8th team.

Not.


Winners of AAA move up to Elite. Last place moves down.


I would think that True would fill that spot.


True better make some noises this year or we will see a lot of posts mysteriously disappear............AGAIN
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/26/19 05:14 PM

91 easily steamrolls the philly teams today. On a side note my son got slashed. Should I confront the coach or parent? lol
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/26/19 06:09 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
91 easily steamrolls the philly teams today. On a side note my son got slashed. Should I confront the coach or parent? lol


Both ! along with calling Drivers Ed teacher and letting them know about your boo boo
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/26/19 11:01 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
91 easily steamrolls the philly teams today. On a side note my son got slashed. Should I confront the coach or parent? lol


Thought that was tomorrow....
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/26/19 11:03 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
91 easily steamrolls the philly teams today. On a side note my son got slashed. Should I confront the coach or parent? lol


No you should get on this message board and rip the kid apart anonymously!!! That’s the right thing to do!!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/27/19 12:52 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
91 easily steamrolls the philly teams today. On a side note my son got slashed. Should I confront the coach or parent? lol


91 #4 at Tristar tournament today whats the confucion?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/27/19 02:37 PM

What confusion? 2-0 already and about to be 3-0. Nuff said!s
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/27/19 04:24 PM

3-0. North American fall invitational next!!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/27/19 04:26 PM

If this were a routine slash, the FCA player would not have been a topic of discussion on this board for a week. If anybody has a problem with anonymous adults criticizing the style of play of an 11 year old, you are on the wrong forum. This is an anonymous board about 2026 lacrosse, which is played by 11-12 year olds (theoretically) and when stuff happens people will talk. If that dynamic feels wrong to you, then stay off the board.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/27/19 06:51 PM

Ok helicopter dad. Thanks for the lecture. What time is your Boy Scout meeting?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/27/19 07:46 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
91 easily steamrolls the philly teams today. On a side note my son got slashed. Should I confront the coach or parent? lol


91 #4 at Tristar tournament today whats the confucion?


Who is 91 and where are they out of. I don’t remember seeing them last summer at Naptown or any tournaments like that Let me checks HOCO stats to see who they rolled in championship
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/27/19 08:00 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
3-0. North American fall invitational next!!

PLEASE tell us who you went 3-0 against before you start wearing your crown.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/27/19 10:28 PM

91 who? Never relevant.
Mom’s lashing out at 11 year olds, never relevant.
Boys will play, talk smack, and have fun.
Bad hits, sometimes.
Lots of love on the field even when mom is upset.
Let them play, and respect is earned.
Can’t learn that if you if you always have to copter in.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/28/19 11:29 AM

Sit down before you read this.....

Team 91 - 7 - Philadelphia Freedom Red - 3
Team 91 - 7 - Mesa 2026 Orange - 3
Team 91 - 6 - Rising Sons - 1
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/28/19 01:36 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Sit down before you read this.....

Team 91 - 7 - Philadelphia Freedom Red - 3
Team 91 - 7 - Mesa 2026 Orange - 3
Team 91 - 6 - Rising Sons - 1


Wow, glad to see your competition was top notch! We hope the trip from Texas was worth it!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/28/19 01:40 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Sit down before you read this.....

Team 91 - 7 - Philadelphia Freedom Red - 3
Team 91 - 7 - Mesa 2026 Orange - 3
Team 91 - 6 - Rising Sons - 1


nothing wrong for b teams 2 play in b tournaments why the grips
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/28/19 02:29 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Sit down before you read this.....

Team 91 - 7 - Philadelphia Freedom Red - 3
Team 91 - 7 - Mesa 2026 Orange - 3
Team 91 - 6 - Rising Sons - 1


nothing wrong for b teams 2 play in b tournaments why the grips


THIS ^^^^^ Congrats on the wins 91. Wait until the defense starts using long poles. It gets tougher.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/28/19 02:43 PM

Ok looneys dad. Congrats on the wins over VLC and True.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/28/19 04:07 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Sit down before you read this.....

Team 91 - 7 - Philadelphia Freedom Red - 3
Team 91 - 7 - Mesa 2026 Orange - 3
Team 91 - 6 - Rising Sons - 1


nothing wrong for b teams 2 play in b tournaments why the grips


THIS ^^^^^ Congrats on the wins 91. Wait until the defense starts using long poles. It gets tougher.


Apparently against FCA it gets real tough.......LOL
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/28/19 04:31 PM

A lacrosse team full of kids who also play soccer would beat a lacrosse team full of kids who also play football.

Change my mind
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/28/19 04:52 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
A lacrosse team full of kids who also play soccer would beat a lacrosse team full of kids who also play football.

Change my mind


Good luck finding a lacrosse team made up of all soccer players or all football players. A lacrosse team made up of all basketball players would beat them both though.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/28/19 05:03 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
A lacrosse team full of kids who also play soccer would beat a lacrosse team full of kids who also play football.

Change my mind


Good luck finding a lacrosse team made up of all soccer players or all football players. A lacrosse team made up of all basketball players would beat them both though.


I'll take a lacrosse team of soccer, basketball, football, hockey and beat all of yours.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/28/19 05:12 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
A lacrosse team full of kids who also play soccer would beat a lacrosse team full of kids who also play football.

Change my mind


Good luck finding a lacrosse team made up of all soccer players or all football players. A lacrosse team made up of all basketball players would beat them both though.

densest conversation ever. Other sports do have skills that cross over but a player who is good at another sport may not have the stick skills unless they work hard at lacrosse. Dad's who never played always want to compare lacrosse to other sports. I think kids should be involved in other sports and activities. However, lacrosse is lacrosse. A kid who stinks at basketball may be great at lacrosse. There are no across the board comparisons. Please go back to trashing the 11 year old dirty players and bragging about meaningless tournament wins, which is at least entertaining. Thank you.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/28/19 05:28 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
A lacrosse team full of kids who also play soccer would beat a lacrosse team full of kids who also play football.

Change my mind


Good luck finding a lacrosse team made up of all soccer players or all football players. A lacrosse team made up of all basketball players would beat them both though.

I see your basketball team and raise you a lax team full of holdbacks. Oh wait....
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/28/19 06:57 PM

Is soccer even a sport?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/28/19 07:37 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Sit down before you read this.....

Team 91 - 7 - Philadelphia Freedom Red - 3
Team 91 - 7 - Mesa 2026 Orange - 3
Team 91 - 6 - Rising Sons - 1


nothing wrong for b teams 2 play in b tournaments why the grips


THIS ^^^^^ Congrats on the wins 91. Wait until the defense starts using long poles. It gets tougher.


Apparently against FCA it gets real tough.......LOL


For Hawks kids... yes!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/28/19 07:38 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Is soccer even a sport?


Will be a question your football player son will be asking in 15 years when he can't think straight. Look what it did to you.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/28/19 09:04 PM

What do people think about Cabell Maddux tagging and bullying a kid this morning on his @gomadlax instagram feed? Somebody please send to Deadspin. People need to know that he has not changed. https://deadspin.com/hey-ungrateful-quitter-emails-from-an-angry-lacrosse-660703941. You would think he would have learned his lesson by now. If you play, allow your kid to play, coach, or in anyone way support his program, you need to take a step back and ask yourself whether you want your reputation or your family's reputation associated with this guy. He is dangerous and you should not allow him to be around your kids.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/28/19 09:29 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Sit down before you read this.....

Team 91 - 7 - Philadelphia Freedom Red - 3
Team 91 - 7 - Mesa 2026 Orange - 3
Team 91 - 6 - Rising Sons - 1


That is letting the results speak for themselves. They are the team to beat this year.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/28/19 11:48 PM

Can you supply a link or some details? . Hard to tell if this is real or fake news.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/29/19 12:18 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Sit down before you read this.....

Team 91 - 7 - Philadelphia Freedom Red - 3
Team 91 - 7 - Mesa 2026 Orange - 3
Team 91 - 6 - Rising Sons - 1


That is letting the results speak for themselves. They are the team to beat this year.


It sure does.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/29/19 12:46 AM

Those teams stink.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/29/19 03:47 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Sit down before you read this.....

Team 91 - 7 - Philadelphia Freedom Red - 3
Team 91 - 7 - Mesa 2026 Orange - 3
Team 91 - 6 - Rising Sons - 1


That is letting the results speak for themselves. They are the team to beat this year.


It looks like they have a pretty tough group at NAL. The Texans and the lefty attackman will get a true test in a few weeks.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/29/19 05:31 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Sit down before you read this.....

Team 91 - 7 - Philadelphia Freedom Red - 3
Team 91 - 7 - Mesa 2026 Orange - 3
Team 91 - 6 - Rising Sons - 1


That is letting the results speak for themselves. They are the team to beat this year.


It looks like they have a pretty tough group at NAL. The Texans and the lefty attackman will get a true test in a few weeks.



The true true test will be True
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/29/19 05:31 PM

91 will have last laugh after NAL. And yes... results speak for themselves. Get over it and get used to it. This team is special. Don’t detest for it!!!! When your son is watching mine in High school he can look back at his club years knowing he played against the best.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/29/19 05:32 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Sit down before you read this.....

Team 91 - 7 - Philadelphia Freedom Red - 3
Team 91 - 7 - Mesa 2026 Orange - 3
Team 91 - 6 - Rising Sons - 1


That is letting the results speak for themselves. They are the team to beat this year.


It looks like they have a pretty tough group at NAL. The Texans and the lefty attackman will get a true test in a few weeks.


Looking forward to see how 91 competes down there. Glad they signed up for it
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/29/19 05:33 PM

plc gold lost to saltwater, 4-0 , eo
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/29/19 05:51 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
91 will have last laugh after NAL. And yes... results speak for themselves. Get over it and get used to it. This team is special. Don’t detest for it!!!! When your son is watching mine in High school he can look back at his club years knowing he played against the best.


The parents seem "special" as well
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/29/19 05:54 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
91 will have last laugh after NAL. And yes... results speak for themselves. Get over it and get used to it. This team is special. Don’t detest for it!!!! When your son is watching mine in High school he can look back at his club years knowing he played against the best.


Are you a wagering man?
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/29/19 05:56 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
plc gold lost to saltwater, 4-0 , eo


That was a timely post.
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/29/19 06:34 PM

Surely this is a joke designed to troll folks on the board and it is working well!
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/29/19 06:59 PM

I will wager that my son scores on your team all day long!!! Ok Hawks dad.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/30/19 10:03 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
91 will have last laugh after NAL. And yes... results speak for themselves. Get over it and get used to it. This team is special. Don’t detest for it!!!! When your son is watching mine in High school he can look back at his club years knowing he played against the best.


Are you a wagering man?

I want in on this if he is.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/30/19 12:26 PM


Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
plc gold lost to saltwater, 4-0 , eo


That was a timely post.


Don't let this distract you from the the fact that in 1966, Al Bundy scored four touchdowns in a single game while playing for the Polk High School Panthers in the 1966 city championship game versus Andrew Johnson High School, including the game-winning touchdown in the final seconds against his old nemesis, Bubba "Spare Tire" Dixon.
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/30/19 04:44 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
plc gold lost to saltwater, 4-0 , eo


That was a timely post.


Don't let this distract you from the the fact that in 1966, Al Bundy scored four touchdowns in a single game while playing for the Polk High School Panthers in the 1966 city championship game versus Andrew Johnson High School, including the game-winning touchdown in the final seconds against his old nemesis, Bubba "Spare Tire" Dixon.


It was 0-0 with seconds left when Bundy scored that historic TD against "Spare Tire" as they both met in a sound heard round the world on the one yard line. Only one man was left standing.. 4 TD's was another game. After all, He does have his HS field named after him
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/30/19 04:46 PM

Rumor is the Hawks Kid and FCA Kid were seen having lunch together over the weekend...............wonder what that is about?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/30/19 06:47 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Rumor is the Hawks Kid and FCA Kid were seen having lunch together over the weekend...............wonder what that is about?


Just a quick bite before Driver's Ed.
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/31/19 12:45 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Rumor is the Hawks Kid and FCA Kid were seen having lunch together over the weekend...............wonder what that is about?


Just a quick bite before Driver's Ed.


Hardly, It was a celebration for registering with selective service
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/31/19 01:44 AM

When Harry met sally
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/31/19 11:27 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
When Harry met sally


Putting a kids name on here is low even by BOTC standards. Come on man. I would hope others agree
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/31/19 11:40 AM

I see what you did there, lol
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/31/19 11:43 AM

To all you guys telling other people’s kids to go play baseball, don’t go wearing your Nats gear today or posting WS pics on Facebook, we wouldn’t want you to look weak
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/31/19 01:31 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
When Harry met sally


Rumor is "Sally Knocked out Harry"
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/31/19 01:45 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
When Harry met sally


Putting a kids name on here is low even by BOTC standards. Come on man. I would hope others agree


I'll second that
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/31/19 01:56 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Best midfielder vs Best Defenseman at the 2026 level; I see more collisions on the way. Should make for a fun Spring. Who’s brining the popcorn and first aid kits?


When will you see these collisions, at Hawks practice?


This.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/31/19 02:01 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
To all you guys telling other people’s kids to go play baseball, don’t go wearing your Nats gear today or posting WS pics on Facebook, we wouldn’t want you to look weak


Was Baseball still being played? Who watches baseball these days????
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/31/19 02:21 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
When Harry met sally


Rumor is "Sally Knocked out Harry"


Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
To all you guys telling other people’s kids to go play baseball, don’t go wearing your Nats gear today or posting WS pics on Facebook, we wouldn’t want you to look weak


Was Baseball still being played? Who watches baseball these days????


Are you out of your mind. There are plenty of moms and daughters that watch TV
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/31/19 07:35 PM

Just a couple of lax players having lunch and laughing about the teams that 91 played over the weekend.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/31/19 07:49 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Just a couple of lax players having lunch and laughing about the teams that 91 played over the weekend.


Who did 91 play last weekend, results?
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 10/31/19 10:33 PM

Heard that Hawks specifically asked not to play 91 MD at NALF in November. Can’t rag on who they play when teams are scared to play them.
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/01/19 01:29 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Heard that Hawks specifically asked not to play 91 MD at NALF in November. Can’t rag on who they play when teams are scared to play them.


My understanding is that is just wasnt the Hawks. New sheriff in town !
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/01/19 02:43 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Heard that Hawks specifically asked not to play 91 MD at NALF in November. Can’t rag on who they play when teams are scared to play them.


LOL
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/01/19 12:45 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Heard that Hawks specifically asked not to play 91 MD at NALF in November. Can’t rag on who they play when teams are scared to play them.

You are whacked dude.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/01/19 01:43 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Heard that Hawks specifically asked not to play 91 MD at NALF in November. Can’t rag on who they play when teams are scared to play them.


My understanding is that is just wasnt the Hawks. New sheriff in town !


Do you think that NAL (founded by Madlax, Legacy and other clubs) would care what one team wants?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/01/19 04:19 PM

Hopefully there will be some good games this weekend and this forum can go back to snarky bragging over who won and lost, accusations of dirty play and counter accusations of players being soft, and who belongs in Elite next spring and other important topics. The nonsense over nothing is getting awfully boring.
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/01/19 06:36 PM

91 wins the whole thing !
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/01/19 09:56 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
91 wins the whole thing !



Easy there big guy. Still got to play the games. Even tho Ray Charles can see that 91 wins it all easily with everyone else fighting for second place medal
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/02/19 01:20 AM

On the Hawks not wanting to play 91 comment. Assuming they both win all their scheduled games wouldn't they eventually play in the bracket play???

The comment makes no sense. We all know that of all the teams there, that the Hawks aren't scared to play them.

Anyway It will be good to see who makes it to the championship game and who ends up winning.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/02/19 01:29 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
91 wins the whole thing !



Easy there big guy. Still got to play the games. Even tho Ray Charles can see that 91 wins it all easily with everyone else fighting for second place medal


top 4 places of nala are hawks, express, sweetlax, bll
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/04/19 01:59 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
91 wins the whole thing !



Easy there big guy. Still got to play the games. Even tho Ray Charles can see that 91 wins it all easily with everyone else fighting for second place medal


top 4 places of nala are hawks, express, sweetlax, bll


What?
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/04/19 02:39 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
91 wins the whole thing !



Easy there big guy. Still got to play the games. Even tho Ray Charles can see that 91 wins it all easily with everyone else fighting for second place medal


top 4 places of nala are hawks, express, sweetlax, bll


What?


I believe he is saying the top 4 teams at NAL according to his rank are 1. Hawks 2. Express 3. Sweetlax and 4. BBL. I could be wrong, it was tough t figure out.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/04/19 04:06 PM

Madlax Capital lost to Sidewinders?? Wow! Elite teams just may not be Elite after all...
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/04/19 04:35 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Madlax Capital lost to Sidewinders?? Wow! Elite teams just may not be Elite after all...

Yep, was actually up 6-3 before Sidewinder goalie made an easy save and then lost the ball in his stick that rolled in. +last minute goal by Madlax made it 6-5.
Sidewinders laid an egg the size of a dinosaur versus FCA the game before (0-7) and came out against Madlax fired up. I'm not saying Sidewinders is an elite team, just improved and probably a solid AA team.
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/04/19 06:37 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Madlax Capital lost to Sidewinders?? Wow! Elite teams just may not be Elite after all...


Also, it looks like PLC is moving ahead with their plan on getting back to the Elite level.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/04/19 06:48 PM

Its fall ball who cares!!!!! Teams have new players and kids need to learn to work together, learn new offenses and defenses

Wait till Spring and summer ball before any meaningful games
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/04/19 07:11 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Its fall ball who cares!!!!! Teams have new players and kids need to learn to work together, learn new offenses and defenses

Wait till Spring and summer ball before any meaningful games


Exactly. Fall ball means nothing. It’s nothing more than a chance to get new players playing with old, for coaches to figure out how their teams mesh, figure out possible positions and lineups for the spring season, when it counts. Glorified practices, unless you feel the need to pound your chest and say “my kids won fall ball!!!”

And no, my kid didn’t get cut from an elite team, so save that response, as well as your HIT THE WALL!!!! Try coming up with new ones, because those two are yawners now.
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/04/19 07:13 PM

Who are the Sidewinders? Are they the old team that became another team and then split and became two more teams? I can’t keep up anymore.
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/04/19 07:15 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Madlax Capital lost to Sidewinders?? Wow! Elite teams just may not be Elite after all...


Also, it looks like PLC is moving ahead with their plan on getting back to the Elite level.


Smoke and mirrors over there right now. You think they are going to show their hand in the fall. Pshh
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/04/19 07:28 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Madlax Capital lost to Sidewinders?? Wow! Elite teams just may not be Elite after all...


Also, it looks like PLC is moving ahead with their plan on getting back to the Elite level.


EO
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/04/19 07:41 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Its fall ball who cares!!!!! Teams have new players and kids need to learn to work together, learn new offenses and defenses

Wait till Spring and summer ball before any meaningful games



Normally I would agree, but when a team that plays AA beats a team that plays Elite, it is worth noting.
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/04/19 08:22 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Its fall ball who cares!!!!! Teams have new players and kids need to learn to work together, learn new offenses and defenses

Wait till Spring and summer ball before any meaningful games



Normally I would agree, but when a team that plays AA beats a team that plays Elite, it is worth noting.


You do realize Madlax had a 2025, 2025/26 and a 2026 team there. I'm going out on a limb and say you did not see the Madlax team you will see at Hoco this Spring or NAL. Keep your pants on.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/04/19 08:38 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Its fall ball who cares!!!!! Teams have new players and kids need to learn to work together, learn new offenses and defenses

Wait till Spring and summer ball before any meaningful games


Exactly. Fall ball means nothing. It’s nothing more than a chance to get new players playing with old, for coaches to figure out how their teams mesh, figure out possible positions and lineups for the spring season, when it counts. Glorified practices, unless you feel the need to pound your chest and say “my kids won fall ball!!!”

And no, my kid didn’t get cut from an elite team, so save that response, as well as your HIT THE WALL!!!! Try coming up with new ones, because those two are yawners now.


That stinks for your kid. Have him Hit the Wall and maybe next year he doesn't get cut
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/04/19 09:32 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Its fall ball who cares!!!!! Teams have new players and kids need to learn to work together, learn new offenses and defenses

Wait till Spring and summer ball before any meaningful games


Exactly. Fall ball means nothing. It’s nothing more than a chance to get new players playing with old, for coaches to figure out how their teams mesh, figure out possible positions and lineups for the spring season, when it counts. Glorified practices, unless you feel the need to pound your chest and say “my kids won fall ball!!!”

And no, my kid didn’t get cut from an elite team, so save that response, as well as your HIT THE WALL!!!! Try coming up with new ones, because those two are yawners now.


stinks when you move your kid to another team and the new team loses b tournaments...you still have time to jump again before spring
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/04/19 10:02 PM

The MadLax team that lost to Sidewinders yesterday is the same Capital team that played Elite in Hoco last spring and made it to the final game against Laxachussets in July. They may have lost some players, but it definitely was their top 2026 team, and not a DMV team.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/04/19 10:40 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Its fall ball who cares!!!!! Teams have new players and kids need to learn to work together, learn new offenses and defenses

Wait till Spring and summer ball before any meaningful games



Normally I would agree, but when a team that plays AA beats a team that plays Elite, it is worth noting.


You do realize Madlax had a 2025, 2025/26 and a 2026 team there. I'm going out on a limb and say you did not see the Madlax team you will see at Hoco this Spring or NAL. Keep your pants on.



I’ll bet you never see the same Mad Lax team twice anywhere, the way they play with the rosters. Remember last year when their team in A division used kids that were too old, and they had to forfeit their playoff victory of Bethesda. Ha! If their A level team was doing, I guarantee their elite level team was doing it too.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/04/19 11:56 PM

I am no defender of MadLax and do not have a son on the team that lost to Sidewinders. But for what it’s worth, when Madlax has been caught with kids playing down (Hershey 2018 and Hoco 2019 for example), it is typically their DMV teams, not Capital. The DMV teams usually are combined age group teams (ie, 2025/2026) because they don’t have the numbers to field two teams in every class. The those teams play down when MadLax thinks they can get away with it, so they can say that all their teams (Capital and DMV) win tournaments. I’m not saying that is okay, I’m just telling you what they do. But they generally do not play their Capital teams down a division, because they don’t need to, and they don’t want to risk disqualification of their higher profile teams. (The Capital teams do have holdbacks who a year old for their grade, but that is the grade based world in which we live).
So kudos to BLC for getting a MadLax DMV team DQd last spring, but that does not answer the question the prior posters are asking. nobody is accusing MadLax 2026 Capital of being too big or too good at yesterday’s event; it is actually the opposite, wondering why an Elite team lost to a team two divisions below it?
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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/05/19 12:20 AM

The madlax team the lost to sidewinders by a goal, but beat FCA by a goal, who beat sidewinders by 8 goal.

Madlax has players playing all over yesterday trying to figure out rosters. Don’t let the lost to sidewinders fool ya, or stroke your ego, depending on who you are
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/05/19 12:48 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Its fall ball who cares!!!!! Teams have new players and kids need to learn to work together, learn new offenses and defenses

Wait till Spring and summer ball before any meaningful games



Normally I would agree, but when a team that plays AA beats a team that plays Elite, it is worth noting.


You do realize Madlax had a 2025, 2025/26 and a 2026 team there. I'm going out on a limb and say you did not see the Madlax team you will see at Hoco this Spring or NAL. Keep your pants on.



I’ll bet you never see the same Mad Lax team twice anywhere, the way they play with the rosters. Remember last year when their team in A division used kids that were too old, and they had to forfeit their playoff victory of Bethesda. Ha! If their A level team was doing, I guarantee their elite level team was doing it too.


Yeah, Mad LAX has always been shady. Starts at the top.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/05/19 12:50 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
The MadLax team that lost to Sidewinders yesterday is the same Capital team that played Elite in Hoco last spring and made it to the final game against Laxachussets in July. They may have lost some players, but it definitely was their top 2026 team, and not a DMV team.


If you are going to make up something, make it believable. So are we to believe that the sidewinders will win the NLF Championship this year by your logic. LOL. Its fall relax and.... Hit The Wall !
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/05/19 12:55 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Its fall ball who cares!!!!! Teams have new players and kids need to learn to work together, learn new offenses and defenses

Wait till Spring and summer ball before any meaningful games


Exactly. Fall ball means nothing. It’s nothing more than a chance to get new players playing with old, for coaches to figure out how their teams mesh, figure out possible positions and lineups for the spring season, when it counts. Glorified practices, unless you feel the need to pound your chest and say “my kids won fall ball!!!”

And no, my kid didn’t get cut from an elite team, so save that response, as well as your HIT THE WALL!!!! Try coming up with new ones, because those two are yawners now.


It is obvious to everyone that you are projecting. Just cause your kid got cut from a elite team is no reason to change the subject and bury your head in the sand. Better luck next year. and here is some advice.....................

HIT THE WALL !!!!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/05/19 11:49 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous


It is obvious to everyone that you are projecting. Just cause your kid got cut from a elite team is no reason to change the subject and bury your head in the sand. Better luck next year. and here is some advice.....................

HIT THE WALL !!!!


You all and your hit the wall and sorry he got cut responses. You really don’t have any other comeback. It’s hilarious, and pathetic. Please come up with something new.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/05/19 12:44 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
The MadLax team that lost to Sidewinders yesterday is the same Capital team that played Elite in Hoco last spring and made it to the final game against Laxachussets in July. They may have lost some players, but it definitely was their top 2026 team, and not a DMV team.


If you are going to make up something, make it believable. So are we to believe that the sidewinders will win the NLF Championship this year by your logic. LOL. Its fall relax and.... Hit The Wall !


Sidewinders is a solid and stable B program that will always remain a solid and stable B program. They will get some nice wins here and there, but I wouldn't go ordering those Elite Championship trophy's just yet.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/05/19 12:48 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Its fall ball who cares!!!!! Teams have new players and kids need to learn to work together, learn new offenses and defenses

Wait till Spring and summer ball before any meaningful games



Normally I would agree, but when a team that plays AA beats a team that plays Elite, it is worth noting.


You do realize Madlax had a 2025, 2025/26 and a 2026 team there. I'm going out on a limb and say you did not see the Madlax team you will see at Hoco this Spring or NAL. Keep your pants on.



I’ll bet you never see the same Mad Lax team twice anywhere, the way they play with the rosters. Remember last year when their team in A division used kids that were too old, and they had to forfeit their playoff victory of Bethesda. Ha! If their A level team was doing, I guarantee their elite level team was doing it too.



After the Deadspin article on the owner and that insanity and hearing them not only get called out for it, but caught cheating, how do parents keep putting their kid in this program. Looks shady at every level as well.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/05/19 01:06 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Its fall ball who cares!!!!! Teams have new players and kids need to learn to work together, learn new offenses and defenses

Wait till Spring and summer ball before any meaningful games



Normally I would agree, but when a team that plays AA beats a team that plays Elite, it is worth noting.


You do realize Madlax had a 2025, 2025/26 and a 2026 team there. I'm going out on a limb and say you did not see the Madlax team you will see at Hoco this Spring or NAL. Keep your pants on.



I’ll bet you never see the same Mad Lax team twice anywhere, the way they play with the rosters. Remember last year when their team in A division used kids that were too old, and they had to forfeit their playoff victory of Bethesda. Ha! If their A level team was doing, I guarantee their elite level team was doing it too.


Sounds like LI Express
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/05/19 01:13 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Its fall ball who cares!!!!! Teams have new players and kids need to learn to work together, learn new offenses and defenses

Wait till Spring and summer ball before any meaningful games



Normally I would agree, but when a team that plays AA beats a team that plays Elite, it is worth noting.


You do realize Madlax had a 2025, 2025/26 and a 2026 team there. I'm going out on a limb and say you did not see the Madlax team you will see at Hoco this Spring or NAL. Keep your pants on.



I’ll bet you never see the same Mad Lax team twice anywhere, the way they play with the rosters. Remember last year when their team in A division used kids that were too old, and they had to forfeit their playoff victory of Bethesda. Ha! If their A level team was doing, I guarantee their elite level team was doing it too.


My son's old team played Madlax at the polo fields a few summers ago. They beat Madlax pretty easily on Saturday in pool play, and ended up playing them again in the bracket part of the tournament on Sunday and they had a good 4-5 different kids on the field for that game, and of course won.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/05/19 04:48 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous


It is obvious to everyone that you are projecting. Just cause your kid got cut from a elite team is no reason to change the subject and bury your head in the sand. Better luck next year. and here is some advice.....................

HIT THE WALL !!!!


You all and your hit the wall and sorry he got cut responses. You really don’t have any other comeback. It’s hilarious, and pathetic. Please come up with something new.


A little ungrateful arent you. We wouldnt be civic minded citizens without giving you good advice and consoling you on not making an elite team.

Now do the work and " HIT THE WALL "
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/05/19 07:41 PM

PLC will rebound this weekend.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/05/19 08:28 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
PLC will rebound this weekend.

👌👌👌👌👌👌👌👌👌
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/07/19 12:31 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Its fall ball who cares!!!!! Teams have new players and kids need to learn to work together, learn new offenses and defenses

Wait till Spring and summer ball before any meaningful games



Normally I would agree, but when a team that plays AA beats a team that plays Elite, it is worth noting.


You do realize Madlax had a 2025, 2025/26 and a 2026 team there. I'm going out on a limb and say you did not see the Madlax team you will see at Hoco this Spring or NAL. Keep your pants on.



I’ll bet you never see the same Mad Lax team twice anywhere, the way they play with the rosters. Remember last year when their team in A division used kids that were too old, and they had to forfeit their playoff victory of Bethesda. Ha! If their A level team was doing, I guarantee their elite level team was doing it too.


My son's old team played Madlax at the polo fields a few summers ago. They beat Madlax pretty easily on Saturday in pool play, and ended up playing them again in the bracket part of the tournament on Sunday and they had a good 4-5 different kids on the field for that game, and of course won.


Then that's on the coaches and parents of your team. Madlax cheats and gets caught when people protest. Their coaches squawk but then walk away with their tails tucked. At Hershey this year and after last year's cheating by ML, the officials were scanning their rosters much closer. Every team should be protesting ML's roster at every game and ML should be sanctioned somehow this year at HoCo for last year's debacle. They had something like 15 kids in an upper class playing on a lower class' roster.

IMO, MadLax should be required to submit rosters, numbers and birth certificates (copies) like the soccer teams have been forced to require.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/07/19 06:35 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Its fall ball who cares!!!!! Teams have new players and kids need to learn to work together, learn new offenses and defenses

Wait till Spring and summer ball before any meaningful games



Normally I would agree, but when a team that plays AA beats a team that plays Elite, it is worth noting.


You do realize Madlax had a 2025, 2025/26 and a 2026 team there. I'm going out on a limb and say you did not see the Madlax team you will see at Hoco this Spring or NAL. Keep your pants on.



I’ll bet you never see the same Mad Lax team twice anywhere, the way they play with the rosters. Remember last year when their team in A division used kids that were too old, and they had to forfeit their playoff victory of Bethesda. Ha! If their A level team was doing, I guarantee their elite level team was doing it too.


My son's old team played Madlax at the polo fields a few summers ago. They beat Madlax pretty easily on Saturday in pool play, and ended up playing them again in the bracket part of the tournament on Sunday and they had a good 4-5 different kids on the field for that game, and of course won.


Then that's on the coaches and parents of your team. Madlax cheats and gets caught when people protest. Their coaches squawk but then walk away with their tails tucked. At Hershey this year and after last year's cheating by ML, the officials were scanning their rosters much closer. Every team should be protesting ML's roster at every game and ML should be sanctioned somehow this year at HoCo for last year's debacle. They had something like 15 kids in an upper class playing on a lower class' roster.

IMO, MadLax should be required to submit rosters, numbers and birth certificates (copies) like the soccer teams have been forced to require.



The funny thing is, even with all of those older kids on the roster last year, they still didn’t go undefeated at HOCO in the A bracket. Forest Hill beat them, and Forest Hill and MadLAX were set to play in the finals before MadLAX got found out and disqualified.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/08/19 02:22 PM

They brought the older kids in for the playoff game. Team in the reg season appeared to be on-age.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/08/19 06:16 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
They brought the older kids in for the playoff game. Team in the reg season appeared to be on-age.


Not sure how anyone would bring their kid back to that team /organization after seeing that.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/08/19 09:40 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Its fall ball who cares!!!!! Teams have new players and kids need to learn to work together, learn new offenses and defenses

Wait till Spring and summer ball before any meaningful games



Normally I would agree, but when a team that plays AA beats a team that plays Elite, it is worth noting.


You do realize Madlax had a 2025, 2025/26 and a 2026 team there. I'm going out on a limb and say you did not see the Madlax team you will see at Hoco this Spring or NAL. Keep your pants on.



I’ll bet you never see the same Mad Lax team twice anywhere, the way they play with the rosters. Remember last year when their team in A division used kids that were too old, and they had to forfeit their playoff victory of Bethesda. Ha! If their A level team was doing, I guarantee their elite level team was doing it too.


My son's old team played Madlax at the polo fields a few summers ago. They beat Madlax pretty easily on Saturday in pool play, and ended up playing them again in the bracket part of the tournament on Sunday and they had a good 4-5 different kids on the field for that game, and of course won.


Then that's on the coaches and parents of your team. Madlax cheats and gets caught when people protest. Their coaches squawk but then walk away with their tails tucked. At Hershey this year and after last year's cheating by ML, the officials were scanning their rosters much closer. Every team should be protesting ML's roster at every game and ML should be sanctioned somehow this year at HoCo for last year's debacle. They had something like 15 kids in an upper class playing on a lower class' roster.

IMO, MadLax should be required to submit rosters, numbers and birth certificates (copies) like the soccer teams have been forced to require.


Why would any club need to document rosters or submit anything when the rules do not require it? Unless an event is age based or USL sanctioned, age is not an issue. Madlax does not play these events. HOCO requirement would have been that all players must be on the original submitted roster. The had to forfeit because the players were not on the original roster. However, they could put a 16 year old on the roster as it would be legal by HOCO rules.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/09/19 03:17 PM

Primtime beat 91md 8 _ 1
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/09/19 05:48 PM

Looks like things are falling into place where they left off last year:

Hawks roll 14-0, 12-3
Primetime crushes 91 MD 8-1, loses to Sweetlax by a goa.
Sweetlax NY beats up on LI Express Haugen 9-4, edges Primetime
BBL beats Madlax 3-1, destroys NXT 8-1
Legacy over Express North 7-3, and Tomahawks by 3
Team 91 MD beats LI Haugen...oh boy.

It will be Hawks over BBL or Sweetlax in finals. Hawks will be an absolute juggernaut this season.

Where's Laxachusetts or Tommyknockers? Pretty close to last year's NLF championship field less those 2.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/09/19 08:35 PM

detest to burst your bubble, but Edge 7-4 over Hawks.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/09/19 09:19 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Looks like things are falling into place where they left off last year:

Hawks roll 14-0, 12-3
Primetime crushes 91 MD 8-1, loses to Sweetlax by a goa.
Sweetlax NY beats up on LI Express Haugen 9-4, edges Primetime
BBL beats Madlax 3-1, destroys NXT 8-1
Legacy over Express North 7-3, and Tomahawks by 3
Team 91 MD beats LI Haugen...oh boy.

It will be Hawks over BBL or Sweetlax in finals. Hawks will be an absolute juggernaut this season.

Where's Laxachusetts or Tommyknockers? Pretty close to last year's NLF championship field less those 2.


Nope. Complete turn around. Edge who lost to BBL in pool play but won the 4th seat in the playoffs actually then beat the Hawks 7 to 4. So its Sweetlax vs Edge. Amazing.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/09/19 10:07 PM

Down go the Hawks!!!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/09/19 11:12 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Looks like things are falling into place where they left off last year:

Hawks roll 14-0, 12-3
Primetime crushes 91 MD 8-1, loses to Sweetlax by a goa.
Sweetlax NY beats up on LI Express Haugen 9-4, edges Primetime
BBL beats Madlax 3-1, destroys NXT 8-1
Legacy over Express North 7-3, and Tomahawks by 3
Team 91 MD beats LI Haugen...oh boy.

It will be Hawks over BBL or Sweetlax in finals. Hawks will be an absolute juggernaut this season.

Where's Laxachusetts or Tommyknockers? Pretty close to last year's NLF championship field less those 2.


Good try tommyknockers daddy your team couldn't beat 1 of the teams above
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/09/19 11:47 PM

The biggest surprise imo was 91 and the stud attack! WOW
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/10/19 12:02 AM

They wouldn’t lose to Edge. Lol.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/10/19 01:19 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
The biggest surprise imo was 91 and the stud attack! WOW

I see what you did there. lol
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/10/19 02:04 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
They wouldn’t lose to Edge. Lol.


Who? 91 MD?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/11/19 05:26 PM

PLC, the last stop before giving up the game!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/11/19 11:41 PM

Plc blows.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/12/19 12:17 AM

Hawks lost?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/12/19 12:43 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
They wouldn’t lose to Edge. Lol.


Who? 91 MD?


It was too cold for 91's new Texans
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/12/19 12:52 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hawks lost?


Yes. So did the Pats, Bama, Penn State, and the 49ers.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/12/19 02:29 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
They wouldn’t lose to Edge. Lol.


Who? 91 MD?


It was too cold for 91's new Texans


It was windy in DE; 91 does not do well in the wind apparently.......
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/12/19 06:21 PM

any explanation on the hawks loss? doesnt seem to make sense... besides laxachusettes and maybe tommyknockers, no one had close to their talent.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/13/19 11:36 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
any explanation on the hawks loss? doesnt seem to make sense... besides laxachusettes and maybe tommyknockers, no one had close to their talent.

Well, apparently two teams did, the two that made it further than Hawks.
The older the boys get, the more other teams will catch up to the early bloomers. Happens all the time. There will be more losses, no big deal, part of the game.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/13/19 03:48 PM

I know what happened , some of the Hawks had there driving test , some had SAT prep class
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/13/19 06:33 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
I know what happened , some of the Hawks had there driving test , some had SAT prep class


You nailed it
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/13/19 08:48 PM

6th graders taking the SAT and driving lessons? Impressibe
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/13/19 10:12 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
any explanation on the hawks loss? doesnt seem to make sense... besides laxachusettes and maybe tommyknockers, no one had close to their talent.


Tommyknockers lost to LXC & LXC lost to 2 teams last summer. Laxachusettes couldn't even make the nlf finals vs. the Hawks. Hawks, edge sweetlax tigers bbl 91 long island express haugen eclipse and legacy are better than lxc and tommyknockers fact
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/14/19 01:08 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
any explanation on the hawks loss? doesnt seem to make sense... besides laxachusettes and maybe tommyknockers, no one had close to their talent.


Tommyknockers lost to LXC & LXC lost to 2 teams last summer. Laxachusettes couldn't even make the nlf finals vs. the Hawks. Hawks, edge sweetlax tigers bbl 91 long island express haugen eclipse and legacy are better than lxc and tommyknockers fact


I’m sorry, I need some punctuation please.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/14/19 01:55 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
any explanation on the hawks loss? doesnt seem to make sense... besides laxachusettes and maybe tommyknockers, no one had close to their talent.


Tommyknockers lost to LXC & LXC lost to 2 teams last summer. Laxachusettes couldn't even make the nlf finals vs. the Hawks. Hawks, edge sweetlax tigers bbl 91 long island express haugen eclipse and legacy are better than lxc and tommyknockers fact


I’m sorry, I need some punctuation please.


Laxachusetts = 2019 NLF National Champions
Fact
Mic drop
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/14/19 04:09 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
any explanation on the hawks loss? doesnt seem to make sense... besides laxachusettes and maybe tommyknockers, no one had close to their talent.


Tommyknockers lost to LXC & LXC lost to 2 teams last summer. Laxachusettes couldn't even make the nlf finals vs. the Hawks. Hawks, edge sweetlax tigers bbl 91 long island express haugen eclipse and legacy are better than lxc and tommyknockers fact


I’m sorry, I need some punctuation please.


Laxachusetts = 2019 NLF National Champions
Fact
Mic drop


Against who? Beatin tommyknocker dont count guy How dem holdbacks? lAxachussetts aint top 5
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/14/19 12:03 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
any explanation on the hawks loss? doesnt seem to make sense... besides laxachusettes and maybe tommyknockers, no one had close to their talent.


Tommyknockers lost to LXC & LXC lost to 2 teams last summer. Laxachusettes couldn't even make the nlf finals vs. the Hawks. Hawks, edge sweetlax tigers bbl 91 long island express haugen eclipse and legacy are better than lxc and tommyknockers fact


I’m sorry, I need some punctuation please.


Laxachusetts = 2019 NLF National Champions
Fact
Mic drop


Are you a wagering man?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/14/19 01:39 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
any explanation on the hawks loss? doesnt seem to make sense... besides laxachusettes and maybe tommyknockers, no one had close to their talent.


Tommyknockers lost to LXC & LXC lost to 2 teams last summer. Laxachusettes couldn't even make the nlf finals vs. the Hawks. Hawks, edge sweetlax tigers bbl 91 long island express haugen eclipse and legacy are better than lxc and tommyknockers fact


I’m sorry, I need some punctuation please.


Laxachusetts = 2019 NLF National Champions
Fact
Mic drop


Are you a wagering man?


Stings, don't it? National Champs. Only team that can actually say that. Enjoy the undefeated record...ooops....sorry. Undefeated no longer.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/14/19 02:05 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
any explanation on the hawks loss? doesnt seem to make sense... besides laxachusettes and maybe tommyknockers, no one had close to their talent.


Tommyknockers lost to LXC & LXC lost to 2 teams last summer. Laxachusettes couldn't even make the nlf finals vs. the Hawks. Hawks, edge sweetlax tigers bbl 91 long island express haugen eclipse and legacy are better than lxc and tommyknockers fact


I’m sorry, I need some punctuation please.


Laxachusetts = 2019 NLF National Champions
Fact
Mic drop


Are you a wagering man?


Stings, don't it? National Champs. Only team that can actually say that. Enjoy the undefeated record...ooops....sorry. Undefeated no longer.


LOL, it must hurt. He'll be good enough one day
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/14/19 04:07 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
any explanation on the hawks loss? doesnt seem to make sense... besides laxachusettes and maybe tommyknockers, no one had close to their talent.


Tommyknockers lost to LXC & LXC lost to 2 teams last summer. Laxachusettes couldn't even make the nlf finals vs. the Hawks. Hawks, edge sweetlax tigers bbl 91 long island express haugen eclipse and legacy are better than lxc and tommyknockers fact


I’m sorry, I need some punctuation please.


Laxachusetts = 2019 NLF National Champions
Fact
Mic drop


If only the Hawks could play in the NLF Championships in July?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/14/19 05:20 PM

Laxachussets is the top dog...we do not lose
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/14/19 05:38 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
any explanation on the hawks loss? doesnt seem to make sense... besides laxachusettes and maybe tommyknockers, no one had close to their talent.


Tommyknockers lost to LXC & LXC lost to 2 teams last summer. Laxachusettes couldn't even make the nlf finals vs. the Hawks. Hawks, edge sweetlax tigers bbl 91 long island express haugen eclipse and legacy are better than lxc and tommyknockers fact


I’m sorry, I need some punctuation please.


Laxachusetts = 2019 NLF National Champions
Fact
Mic drop


If only the Hawks could play in the NLF Championships in July?


LMAO.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/14/19 07:18 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
any explanation on the hawks loss? doesnt seem to make sense... besides laxachusettes and maybe tommyknockers, no one had close to their talent.


Tommyknockers lost to LXC & LXC lost to 2 teams last summer. Laxachusettes couldn't even make the nlf finals vs. the Hawks. Hawks, edge sweetlax tigers bbl 91 long island express haugen eclipse and legacy are better than lxc and tommyknockers fact


I’m sorry, I need some punctuation please.


Laxachusetts = 2019 NLF National Champions
Fact
Mic drop


If only the Hawks could play in the NLF Championships in July?


Yeah, too bad........
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/14/19 07:23 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
any explanation on the hawks loss? doesnt seem to make sense... besides laxachusettes and maybe tommyknockers, no one had close to their talent.

Tommyknockers lost to LXC & LXC lost to 2 teams last summer. Laxachusettes couldn't even make the nlf finals vs. the Hawks. Hawks, edge sweetlax tigers bbl 91 long island express haugen eclipse and legacy are better than lxc and tommyknockers fact

I’m sorry, I need some punctuation please.

Laxachusetts = 2019 NLF National Champions
Fact
Mic drop

If only the Hawks could play in the NLF Championships in July?


Why dont the Hawks play in NLF events?? I would like a real reason, not the usual scared, HTW ( Hit The Wall) reasons.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/14/19 07:32 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
any explanation on the hawks loss? doesnt seem to make sense... besides laxachusettes and maybe tommyknockers, no one had close to their talent.


Tommyknockers lost to LXC & LXC lost to 2 teams last summer. Laxachusettes couldn't even make the nlf finals vs. the Hawks. Hawks, edge sweetlax tigers bbl 91 long island express haugen eclipse and legacy are better than lxc and tommyknockers fact


I’m sorry, I need some punctuation please.


Laxachusetts = 2019 NLF National Champions
Fact
Mic drop


If only the Hawks could play in the NLF Championships in July?


Ha, that'll never happen. Its beach time, or time to rest for football or soccer they said.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/14/19 08:27 PM

"People Talk About What They Fear"

-Anonymous BOTC Poster
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/14/19 08:57 PM

Hawks won the NLF last june...we beat the tigers in the championship and were undefeated. mic drop
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/15/19 02:42 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hawks won the NLF last june...we beat the tigers in the championship and were undefeated. mic drop


Hawks won NLF Opening Weekend. Laxachusetts won NLF National Championships. Opening Weekend Champions vs National Champions. See what I did there...mic drop
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/15/19 02:48 AM

Hawks 2026 will be at July NLF. https://www.annapolishawks.com/tournaments
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/15/19 03:48 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hawks 2026 will be at July NLF. https://www.annapolishawks.com/tournaments


Do you think Laxachusettes can make the final than as they lost in the semis the last time the Hawks were at nlf? mike drop
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/15/19 04:52 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hawks won the NLF last june...we beat the tigers in the championship and were undefeated. mic drop


Hawks won NLF Opening Weekend. Laxachusetts won NLF National Championships. Opening Weekend Champions vs National Champions. See what I did there...mic drop


Not to be a stickler for detail but laxachussets came in fourth at nlf opening weekend & those teams who beat them weren’t at the nlf final. See the difference ?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/15/19 10:07 AM

Please recall our Eclipse victory over Lacachusettes,thank you.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/15/19 02:23 PM

usclublaxdotcom has Hawks as top team and laxachussets was 3
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/15/19 02:27 PM

If you guys actually believe that people that show up on these boards are actually who they say they are...then I have some land to sell you. It's obviously someone trying to get a rise out of you. Happens on all the boards. DON''T TAKE THE CHEESE!!!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/15/19 04:16 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
If you guys actually believe that people that show up on these boards are actually who they say they are...then I have some land to sell you. It's obviously someone trying to get a rise out of you. Happens on all the boards. DON''T TAKE THE CHEESE!!!


I 100% agree with your take. But I do believe the guy who posted this

Hawks 2026 will be at July NLF. https://www.annapolishawks.com/tournaments
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/15/19 05:10 PM

Amherst in July - cant wait!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/15/19 05:23 PM

Ive read "hit the wall" over and over

Lets be honest after paying 4k to play lacrosse do you think kids "hit the wall" or "hit the bounce back" They may hit the wall in the inner city but not on LI
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/16/19 10:58 PM

Find a tennis court or side of the high school.
Our courts have lights on timers too and we are not that fancy
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/18/19 02:12 PM

Is there any possible way to run a "poor mans" hero's league on the weekends if we have a field and goals. Would any parents be interested in pick up lacrosse. Don't come with a team. Kids show up and get spit up in 2 teams. There are plenty of open fields in the winter. No cost
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/19/19 04:24 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Is there any possible way to run a "poor mans" hero's league on the weekends if we have a field and goals. Would any parents be interested in pick up lacrosse. Don't come with a team. Kids show up and get spit up in 2 teams. There are plenty of open fields in the winter. No cost


Yes where / when
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/19/19 02:38 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Is there any possible way to run a "poor mans" hero's league on the weekends if we have a field and goals. Would any parents be interested in pick up lacrosse. Don't come with a team. Kids show up and get spit up in 2 teams. There are plenty of open fields in the winter. No cost


Yes where / when



Not a bad idea. Good opportunity for kids to meet other kids. Might even work for parents too!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/19/19 03:12 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Is there any possible way to run a "poor mans" hero's league on the weekends if we have a field and goals. Would any parents be interested in pick up lacrosse. Don't come with a team. Kids show up and get spit up in 2 teams. There are plenty of open fields in the winter. No cost


Yes where / when



Not a bad idea. Good opportunity for kids to meet other kids. Might even work for parents too!



Sounds like All In
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/19/19 10:07 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Is there any possible way to run a "poor mans" hero's league on the weekends if we have a field and goals. Would any parents be interested in pick up lacrosse. Don't come with a team. Kids show up and get spit up in 2 teams. There are plenty of open fields in the winter. No cost


Yes where / when



Not a bad idea. Good opportunity for kids to meet other kids. Might even work for parents too!



Sounds like All In


Nope, No self respecting HS coach will encourage or let his players go to it. Too much money to be made with their clubs, camps, and school.

Lacrosse has gone the way of soccer now, no turning back. The HS coaches , College Coaches, Club Directors have to much income to let anything seem low cost and not make a buck off of.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/21/19 03:03 AM

And true annapolis started their own thread?

They must feel confident!

That’s aggressive!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/25/19 12:12 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
And true annapolis started their own thread?

They must feel confident!

That’s aggressive!


Or desperate to hear their name not being mentioned as Diamondbacks 2.0
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/25/19 04:24 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
And true annapolis started their own thread?

They must feel confident!

That’s aggressive!


Or desperate to hear their name not being mentioned as Diamondbacks 2.0


Arden diamondbacks are ranked #8 at US Club Lacrosse for 2026, so they are doing something right.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/25/19 06:54 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
And true annapolis started their own thread?

They must feel confident!

That’s aggressive!


Or desperate to hear their name not being mentioned as Diamondbacks 2.0


Arden diamondbacks are ranked #8 at US Club Lacrosse for 2026, so they are doing something right.


I did not even though they had a team let alone an ELITE one at the 2026 level.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/26/19 01:34 AM

Shows you how worthless those rankings are...
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/26/19 10:58 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Shows you how worthless those rankings are...


Examining Arden diamondbacks impressive summer win profile vs many top national team, the rankings seem pretty valid how did your team do& how did your team do this fall? Specifics please
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/26/19 01:58 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Shows you how worthless those rankings are...


Lets guess, your team does not rank well? give us your fall results
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/27/19 01:36 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Shows you how worthless those rankings are...


Lets guess, your team does not rank well? give us your fall results

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Shows you how worthless those rankings are...


Lets guess, your team does not rank well? give us your fall results



Fall results mean nothing. Only HoCo Elite and summer tournaments matter. our team does quite well but I never come on here bragging about it like you do about an irrelevant Club on the national stage.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/27/19 05:28 PM




Fall results mean nothing. Only HoCo Elite and summer tournaments matter. our team does quite well but I never come on here bragging about it like you do about an irrelevant Club on the national stage.[/quote]

So the big lefty & texas transplant kept continued losses flowing? sorry
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/27/19 06:50 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Shows you how worthless those rankings are...


Lets guess, your team does not rank well? give us your fall results

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Shows you how worthless those rankings are...


Lets guess, your team does not rank well? give us your fall results



Fall results mean nothing. Only HoCo Elite and summer tournaments matter. our team does quite well but I never come on here bragging about it like you do about an irrelevant Club on the national stage.


Fall results mean everything in the fall. HOCO Elite and summer tournaments matter from the time the whistle blows until the team gets the goalie. However, the only game that really matters is the next one on the schedule.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/27/19 07:05 PM

Oh snap, you got served! LOL..
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/27/19 07:53 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Oh snap, you got served! LOL..


Have to agree wit this guy...and to be more fair, the only team that matters in MD is the Hawks
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/27/19 09:33 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Oh snap, you got served! LOL..


Have to agree wit this guy...and to be more fair, the only team that matters in MD is the Hawks


That's a fact! All Hawks kids have multiple D1 offers.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 11/29/19 06:09 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Oh snap, you got served! LOL..


Have to agree wit this guy...and to be more fair, the only team that matters in MD is the Hawks


That's a fact! All Hawks kids have multiple D1 offers.


Not according to their site and don't say it's not updated as they have 21's listed too. I count about 10.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 12/02/19 05:42 PM

I see nothing changes in the box season compared to HOCO and Summer Tournaments
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 12/02/19 07:17 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
I see nothing changes in the box season compared to HOCO and Summer Tournaments


How many teams in this area are playing and where. Didn't hear much about box, only that Columbia indoor disaster. Are the numbers good and is it worth it?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 12/03/19 11:45 AM

What's wrong with Columbia box? My kid's team entered for the first time.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 12/03/19 04:50 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
I see nothing changes in the box season compared to HOCO and Summer Tournaments


How many teams in this area are playing and where. Didn't hear much about box, only that Columbia indoor disaster. Are the numbers good and is it worth it?


There is a league that plays in Columbia and one that plays in Brooklyn Park

Parents sure take box serious. Has not changed
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 12/03/19 06:54 PM

Myers pavilion has the best true box League around. Box goals moving picks. No boarding. It’s fast and will improve any kids stick skills. The rest are just indoor lax.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 12/03/19 08:53 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
What's wrong with Columbia box? My kid's team entered for the first time.


They can't seem to get enough solid A and a solid B teams so everyone gets lumped in one. Some coaches will then get a raging boner by beating a rec team out there having fun 45-2. To make it worse they will do nothing to rectify it as your check is cashed Just hope your kid ends up on the positive side of things.

Box lacrosse is also not played on a 6x6 with no boards which is the situation in Columbia.

With all that said. Good way to get in some game experience in the winter.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 12/03/19 11:03 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
What's wrong with Columbia box? My kid's team entered for the first time.


That league isn't box. It's 6v6 with full goals and offsides. The field is about 50 yards long.Defenders can play with long poles. It's middle of the pack to lower competition. My son played in it for a couple of years and had a blast. Games are usually have 40+ goals, No faceofffs other than start of halves
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 12/05/19 05:16 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Myers pavilion has the best true box League around. Box goals moving picks. No boarding. It’s fast and will improve any kids stick skills. The rest are just indoor lax.


Thats not true - Retrievers got a 5 minute major while we were waiting for our kids to get their bags
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 12/09/19 04:25 PM

I'm seeing Hawks helmets on several different teams. Did they not field a team? Crabs, Looneys, 91 all have teams
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 12/09/19 06:40 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
I'm seeing Hawks helmets on several different teams. Did they not field a team? Crabs, Looneys, 91 all have teams


If talking about Columbia there is no 2026 team. If you are talking about Myers Pavilion. A few 2026 and 2027 players are on the Retrievers team. One of the Hawks 2026 goalies plays for Retrievers and fills in for teams that do not have a goalie and he wears a Hawks helmet. I have not seen a 91 box team this year yet. But they had a really good one we played against last year.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 12/10/19 03:56 PM

If you want to play box you need to learn box lacrosse from the right coaches. Too many people offering box lacrosse that don’t know what they are doing. If your interested in box look to Warthogs in Md and Fusion in Pa
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 12/10/19 06:12 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
I'm seeing Hawks helmets on several different teams. Did they not field a team? Crabs, Looneys, 91 all have teams


If talking about Columbia there is no 2026 team. If you are talking about Myers Pavilion. A few 2026 and 2027 players are on the Retrievers team. One of the Hawks 2026 goalies plays for Retrievers and fills in for teams that do not have a goalie and he wears a Hawks helmet. I have not seen a 91 box team this year yet. But they had a really good one we played against last year.


That poor kid has played for so many teams - trophy chasing parents
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 12/11/19 02:13 PM

Switching clubs every year must be a 2026 Goalie thing
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 12/11/19 06:31 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Switching clubs every year must be a 2026 Goalie thing

Only when Hawks is involved.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 12/12/19 10:52 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Switching clubs every year must be a 2026 Goalie thing

Only when Hawks is involved.


Hawks didn't lose a goalie... They added one!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 12/13/19 01:53 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Switching clubs every year must be a 2026 Goalie thing

Only when Hawks is involved.


Hawks didn't lose a goalie... They added one!

This year.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 12/16/19 03:48 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Switching clubs every year must be a 2026 Goalie thing

Only when Hawks is involved.


Hawks didn't lose a goalie... They added one!

This year.


Unlike other teams that have stayed exactly the same for the past 4 years
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 12/16/19 05:53 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Switching clubs every year must be a 2026 Goalie thing

Only when Hawks is involved.


Hawks didn't lose a goalie... They added one!

This year.


Unlike other teams that have stayed exactly the same for the past 4 years

Name the teams where there were goalie changes the last two years. “Every year” eludes to more than one. Name the teams? I can only think of one.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 12/16/19 08:25 PM

In actual lacrosse news, AYLC beat Crabs 8-4 in box
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 12/16/19 09:33 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
In actual lacrosse news, AYLC beat Crabs 8-4 in box

Eating popcorn while waiting for crabs excuse.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 12/17/19 02:03 AM

A four goal margin in that game is not big news. I would have handicapped that game as even, but nobody has their full roster this time of year.

If you want news, check out the 11/28/2019 US lacrosse national 2026 rankings. A lot more exciting than a winter a box game!


1 Annapolis Hawks

2 Laxachusetts Black

3 Tigers XXVI

4 Sweetlax Upstate

5 Edge

6 VLC

7 2Way 2026 Black

8 Boston Kings 2026

9 Arden Diamondbacks

10 BBL Black 2026
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 12/17/19 12:53 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
A four goal margin in that game is not big news. I would have handicapped that game as even, but nobody has their full roster this time of year.

If you want news, check out the 11/28/2019 US lacrosse national 2026 rankings. A lot more exciting than a winter a box game!


1 Annapolis Hawks

2 Laxachusetts Black

3 Tigers XXVI

4 Sweetlax Upstate

5 Edge

6 VLC

7 2Way 2026 Black

8 Boston Kings 2026

9 Arden Diamondbacks

10 BBL Black 2026



Going to be an uphill climb for Diamondbacks this season!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 12/17/19 03:10 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
In actual lacrosse news, AYLC beat Crabs 8-4 in box


This is not the least bit surprising. Losing to them would have been more of a shock. AYLC has a great coach and good players
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 12/17/19 05:59 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
A four goal margin in that game is not big news. I would have handicapped that game as even, but nobody has their full roster this time of year.

If you want news, check out the 11/28/2019 US lacrosse national 2026 rankings. A lot more exciting than a winter a box game!


1 Annapolis Hawks

2 Laxachusetts Black

3 Tigers XXVI

4 Sweetlax Upstate

5 Edge

6 VLC

7 2Way 2026 Black

8 Boston Kings 2026

9 Arden Diamondbacks

10 BBL Black 2026



Going to be an uphill climb for Diamondbacks this season!!!!!!!!!!!


DBacks are alway good teams at younger ages. The older they get the more will leave and go else for better teams.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 12/17/19 07:29 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
In actual lacrosse news, AYLC beat Crabs 8-4 in box


This is not the least bit surprising. Losing to them would have been more of a shock. AYLC has a great coach and HAD good players


FIXED
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 12/18/19 12:17 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
In actual lacrosse news, AYLC beat Crabs 8-4 in box


This is not the least bit surprising. Losing to them would have been more of a shock. AYLC has a great coach and HAD good players


FIXED


They have replaced anything they lost
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 12/18/19 04:10 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
In actual lacrosse news, AYLC beat Crabs 8-4 in box


This is not the least bit surprising. Losing to them would have been more of a shock. AYLC has a great coach and HAD good players


FIXED


They have replaced anything they lost


Saltwater
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/06/20 05:12 PM

Looney's #1 seed in box and undefeated
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/06/20 06:42 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Looney's #1 seed in box and undefeated


Did they beat any good teams?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/07/20 12:10 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Looney's #1 seed in box and undefeated


Did they beat any good teams?


They can go ahead and cancel HOCO 2026 Elite division this year. No one wants a piece of Looneys or True. It's over, shut it down. Owners of Crabs and Hawks are looking to sell and get out of town.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/07/20 10:09 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Looney's #1 seed in box and undefeated


Did they beat any good teams?


They can go ahead and cancel HOCO 2026 Elite division this year. No one wants a piece of Looneys or True. It's over, shut it down. Owners of Crabs and Hawks are looking to sell and get out of town.


No chance True is in the Elite division of HOCO.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/07/20 11:14 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Looney's #1 seed in box and undefeated


Did they beat any good teams?


They can go ahead and cancel HOCO 2026 Elite division this year. No one wants a piece of Looneys or True. It's over, shut it down. Owners of Crabs and Hawks are looking to sell and get out of town.


No chance True is in the Elite division of HOCO.


Agreed. They are AAA at best.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/08/20 07:22 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Looney's #1 seed in box and undefeated


Did they beat any good teams?


They can go ahead and cancel HOCO 2026 Elite division this year. No one wants a piece of Looneys or True. It's over, shut it down. Owners of Crabs and Hawks are looking to sell and get out of town.


No chance True is in the Elite division of HOCO.



2020 Club Lacrosse National Champions 2026 True!!!!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/08/20 07:23 PM

I think True Annapolis beat Looney's in the Fall; correct?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/08/20 11:53 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
I think True Annapolis beat Looney's in the Fall; correct?


Fall means nothing...
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/09/20 12:47 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
I think True Annapolis beat Looney's in the Fall; correct?


Fall means nothing...


Especially if you lose
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/09/20 04:41 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
I think True Annapolis beat Looney's in the Fall; correct?


Fall means nothing...


Especially if you lose


OUCH !! Thats gotta Hurt !!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/09/20 06:33 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
I think True Annapolis beat Looney's in the Fall; correct?


Fall means nothing...


Especially if you lose


OUCH !! Thats gotta Hurt !!


Nope. Doesn't hurt. True parent and Fall means nothing...
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/13/20 05:49 PM

Anyone go to Lax Con - Tigers were there and they are big as heck
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/14/20 02:00 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Anyone go to Lax Con - Tigers were there and they are big as heck

You have me shaking in my boots.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/14/20 04:21 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Anyone go to Lax Con - Tigers were there and they are big as heck

You have me shaking in my boots.


When you have 6th graders the same size as their coaches that means something. They did win the NLF Championship
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/14/20 04:44 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Anyone go to Lax Con - Tigers were there and they are big as heck

You have me shaking in my boots.


It is the Chinese Year of The Tiger
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/14/20 09:33 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Anyone go to Lax Con - Tigers were there and they are big as heck

You have me shaking in my boots.


When you have 6th graders the same size as their coaches that means something. They did win the NLF Championship


JWow, they have big kids. Take that up to the New York forum. Doesn't mean much around here
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/15/20 01:56 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Anyone go to Lax Con - Tigers were there and they are big as heck

You have me shaking in my boots.


When you have 6th graders the same size as their coaches that means something. They did win the NLF Championship


No they didn't.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/15/20 04:42 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Anyone go to Lax Con - Tigers were there and they are big as heck

You have me shaking in my boots.


When you have 6th graders the same size as their coaches that means something. They did win the NLF Championship


No they didn't.

WHO THE **** CARES!!!!!!!!! 6TH GRADE LACROSSE!!!!!!!!! 80% OF THE PARENTS IN THIS FORUM WON’T HAVE KIDS PLAYING BY JUNIOR YEAR OF HIGH SCHOOL! GET A LIFE!!! CARE ABOUT SOMETHING ELSE AS MUCH AS YOU CARE ABOUT 6TH GRADE LACROSSE!!!!!!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/15/20 09:33 PM



No they didn't.[/quote]
WHO THE **** CARES!!!!!!!!! 6TH GRADE LACROSSE!!!!!!!!! 80% OF THE PARENTS IN THIS FORUM WON’T HAVE KIDS PLAYING BY JUNIOR YEAR OF HIGH SCHOOL! GET A LIFE!!! CARE ABOUT SOMETHING ELSE AS MUCH AS YOU CARE ABOUT 6TH GRADE LACROSSE!!!!!![/quote]

nothing illustrates mental stability like all-caps and incessant exclamation points
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/16/20 03:42 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Anyone go to Lax Con - Tigers were there and they are big as heck

You have me shaking in my boots.


When you have 6th graders the same size as their coaches that means something. They did win the NLF Championship


No they didn't.

WHO THE **** CARES!!!!!!!!! 6TH GRADE LACROSSE!!!!!!!!! 80% OF THE PARENTS IN THIS FORUM WON’T HAVE KIDS PLAYING BY JUNIOR YEAR OF HIGH SCHOOL! GET A LIFE!!! CARE ABOUT SOMETHING ELSE AS MUCH AS YOU CARE ABOUT 6TH GRADE LACROSSE!!!!!!


See the writing on the wall already?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/16/20 06:39 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Anyone go to Lax Con - Tigers were there and they are big as heck

You have me shaking in my boots.


When you have 6th graders the same size as their coaches that means something. They did win the NLF Championship


No they didn't.

WHO THE **** CARES!!!!!!!!! 6TH GRADE LACROSSE!!!!!!!!! 80% OF THE PARENTS IN THIS FORUM WON’T HAVE KIDS PLAYING BY JUNIOR YEAR OF HIGH SCHOOL! GET A LIFE!!! CARE ABOUT SOMETHING ELSE AS MUCH AS YOU CARE ABOUT 6TH GRADE LACROSSE!!!!!!


And you’re on the board for what reason again?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/16/20 07:22 PM

detest to break it to you, but the reason why this site exists is that parents care deeply about whatever grade lacrosse their son or daughter plays. The fact that this relatively mild exchange sent you off the deep end makes me think you have issues of your own.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/16/20 09:42 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
detest to break it to you, but the reason why this site exists is that parents care deeply about whatever grade lacrosse their son or daughter plays. The fact that this relatively mild exchange sent you off the deep end makes me think you have issues of your own.

First go around, eh?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/17/20 03:45 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Looney's #1 seed in box and undefeated


Did they beat any good teams?


They can go ahead and cancel HOCO 2026 Elite division this year. No one wants a piece of Looneys or True. It's over, shut it down. Owners of Crabs and Hawks are looking to sell and get out of town.


No chance True is in the Elite division of HOCO.



2020 Club Lacrosse National Champions 2026 True!!!!

LOL! Now that's funny. And what powerhouse club teams were in that money grab?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/17/20 12:57 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Looney's #1 seed in box and undefeated


Did they beat any good teams?


They can go ahead and cancel HOCO 2026 Elite division this year. No one wants a piece of Looneys or True. It's over, shut it down. Owners of Crabs and Hawks are looking to sell and get out of town.


No chance True is in the Elite division of HOCO.



2020 Club Lacrosse National Champions 2026 True!!!!

LOL! Now that's funny. And what powerhouse club teams were in that money grab?



Madlax.....
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/17/20 02:51 PM

This discussion is getting old.
Who knows when the Hoco divisions will be announced, and who is likely to be in Elite? I have heard that every year one team from Elite moves down and one AAA moves up. If so, it would be an easy call to say Diamondbacks are out and NextLevel (2019 AAA champ) is in. Is that how it works or is more movement possible?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/19/20 11:57 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
This discussion is getting old.
Who knows when the Hoco divisions will be announced, and who is likely to be in Elite? I have heard that every year one team from Elite moves down and one AAA moves up. If so, it would be an easy call to say Diamondbacks are out and NextLevel (2019 AAA champ) is in. Is that how it works or is more movement possible?

Not sure NL dad. Call the league.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/19/20 03:12 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
This discussion is getting old.
Who knows when the Hoco divisions will be announced, and who is likely to be in Elite? I have heard that every year one team from Elite moves down and one AAA moves up. If so, it would be an easy call to say Diamondbacks are out and NextLevel (2019 AAA champ) is in. Is that how it works or is more movement possible?

Not sure NL dad. Call the league.


Crabs stink but will still be in Elite cuz that’s how HoCo rolls.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/19/20 05:55 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
This discussion is getting old.
Who knows when the Hoco divisions will be announced, and who is likely to be in Elite? I have heard that every year one team from Elite moves down and one AAA moves up. If so, it would be an easy call to say Diamondbacks are out and NextLevel (2019 AAA champ) is in. Is that how it works or is more movement possible?

Not sure NL dad. Call the league.


Crabs stink but will still be in Elite cuz that’s how HoCo rolls.


Crabs reloaded this year. Will be a force to reckon with.

My prediction is either First or Second place finish.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/20/20 12:56 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
This discussion is getting old.
Who knows when the Hoco divisions will be announced, and who is likely to be in Elite? I have heard that every year one team from Elite moves down and one AAA moves up. If so, it would be an easy call to say Diamondbacks are out and NextLevel (2019 AAA champ) is in. Is that how it works or is more movement possible?

Not sure NL dad. Call the league.


Crabs stink but will still be in Elite cuz that’s how HoCo rolls.


Crabs reloaded this year. Will be a force to reckon with.

My prediction is either First or Second place finish.


Newsflash... most Elite teams “reloaded”
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/20/20 01:27 AM

In summer tournaments Crabs were markedly worse than all the Elite teams and half of the AAA teams. Finishing first or second in Elite would be more than just a reload. Did they reclass their entire 2025 team?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/20/20 03:24 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
In summer tournaments Crabs were markedly worse than all the Elite teams and half of the AAA teams. Finishing first or second in Elite would be more than just a reload. Did they reclass their entire 2025 team?

Not the entire team.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/20/20 02:58 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
In summer tournaments Crabs were markedly worse than all the Elite teams and half of the AAA teams. Finishing first or second in Elite would be more than just a reload. Did they reclass their entire 2025 team?

Not the entire team.


If there box team was any indication lol
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/21/20 02:28 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
In summer tournaments Crabs were markedly worse than all the Elite teams and half of the AAA teams. Finishing first or second in Elite would be more than just a reload. Did they reclass their entire 2025 team?


Why would that matter?? Every team has holdbacks now. Crabs just do it better. As Crab teams get closer to 8th grade they always get better. Just the way it is.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/21/20 05:04 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
In summer tournaments Crabs were markedly worse than all the Elite teams and half of the AAA teams. Finishing first or second in Elite would be more than just a reload. Did they reclass their entire 2025 team?


Why would that matter?? Every team has holdbacks now. Crabs just do it better. As Crab teams get closer to 8th grade they always get better. Just the way it is.


They look destined for great things.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/21/20 06:42 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
In summer tournaments Crabs were markedly worse than all the Elite teams and half of the AAA teams. Finishing first or second in Elite would be more than just a reload. Did they reclass their entire 2025 team?


Why would that matter?? Every team has holdbacks now. Crabs just do it better. As Crab teams get closer to 8th grade they always get better. Just the way it is.


not everyone does holdbacks
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/21/20 09:51 PM

I was not saying that re-classing is right or wrong; I was commenting that the Crabs 2026 team I saw this past summer was so weak that it would not finish 1st or 2nd in Elite unless they replaced virtually the whole roster. If that is what they are doing, then good for them.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/22/20 12:48 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
In summer tournaments Crabs were markedly worse than all the Elite teams and half of the AAA teams. Finishing first or second in Elite would be more than just a reload. Did they reclass their entire 2025 team?


Why would that matter?? Every team has holdbacks now. Crabs just do it better. As Crab teams get closer to 8th grade they always get better. Just the way it is.


They look destined for great things.


So did Milli Vanilli
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/22/20 08:06 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
In actual lacrosse news, AYLC beat Crabs 8-4 in box


One of the worst Elite teams at the 2026 level vs one of the most overrated teams in AAA; anyone else care? (Redacted). They may want to try soccer where FLOPS matter.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/22/20 11:06 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
In actual lacrosse news, AYLC beat Crabs 8-4 in box


One of the worst Elite teams at the 2026 level vs one of the most overrated teams in AAA; anyone else care? (Redacted) They may want to try soccer where FLOPS matter.


You are calling 11 year olds soft and pathetic. That says more about you than it does about them.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/22/20 11:37 PM

Not very classy for an adult to anonymously bash 11 year-olds.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/23/20 02:54 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
In actual lacrosse news, AYLC beat Crabs 8-4 in box


One of the worst Elite teams at the 2026 level vs one of the most overrated teams in AAA; anyone else care? (Redacted). They may want to try soccer where FLOPS matter.


Son didnt make the Crabs so you figure, let me insult those 11 year olds that did !
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/23/20 03:54 AM

crabcake timeout ?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/23/20 02:50 PM

What teams are doing Spring Thaw? Any other good warm up tournaments?
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/23/20 07:58 PM

Thanks for the welcome but actually I am a BOTC veteran. Bashing teams such as Crabs and AYLC has indeed gone on for years, but singling out individual kids is rare. Fortunately the moderators redacted the part of yesterday's post that did so. Hope this helps.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/24/20 12:14 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Thanks for the welcome but actually I am a BOTC veteran. Bashing teams such as Crabs and AYLC has indeed gone on for years, but singling out individual kids is rare. Fortunately the moderators redacted the part of yesterday's post that did so. Hope this helps.

Don’t remember any post calling out an individual player.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/24/20 02:11 AM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Thanks for the welcome but actually I am a BOTC veteran. Bashing teams such as Crabs and AYLC has indeed gone on for years, but singling out individual kids is rare. Fortunately the moderators redacted the part of yesterday's post that did so. Hope this helps.

Don’t remember any post calling out an individual player.


Calling out Milli Vanilli by name was inexcusable.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region - 01/24/20 12:10 PM

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Thanks for the welcome but actually I am a BOTC veteran. Bashing teams such as Crabs and AYLC has indeed gone on for years, but singling out individual kids is rare. Fortunately the moderators redacted the part of yesterday's post that did so. Hope this helps.

Don’t remember any post calling out an individual player.


Calling out Milli Vanilli by name was inexcusable.



if you don't think 11/12 year old kids are not being called out on this forum you have not being reading carefully. Hawks, FCA, Crabs and AYLC kids are talked about and ridiculed often. Wait for the season to start; you will see how these 'parents' and 'coaches' act.
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