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Re: Looney's Boys Lacrosse
CageSage #296632 11/15/19 03:33 PM
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I think you will see the top level clubs continue to have success but the lesser clubs will fall off as rec starts to take off. There is no reason to pay 2-3k a year if you can leverage the rec council with the same quality of coaching , practice and games for 1/3- 1/2 the price. It will essentially go back to the way it should where the top players play club and the developing players play club for the recs.

Looneys has been Rec daddy ball from 5th grade through 8th grade. Rec daddy coaches, favoritism, fitting schedule around coach, and lopsided losses. Take your own advice.

Man, you really have issues with your son getting cut from Looneys. Why dont you move on? Rec is a good option for your family. Nothing wrong with it.
If it wasnt the Looneys, it would have been another club telling your son he isnt for elite


FYI - Looneys isn’t elite.


Is that what you told your son when he got cut ?

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I think you will see the top level clubs continue to have success but the lesser clubs will fall off as rec starts to take off. There is no reason to pay 2-3k a year if you can leverage the rec council with the same quality of coaching , practice and games for 1/3- 1/2 the price. It will essentially go back to the way it should where the top players play club and the developing players play club for the recs.

Looneys has been Rec daddy ball from 5th grade through 8th grade. Rec daddy coaches, favoritism, fitting schedule around coach, and lopsided losses. Take your own advice.

Man, you really have issues with your son getting cut from Looneys. Why dont you move on? Rec is a good option for your family. Nothing wrong with it.
If it wasnt the Looneys, it would have been another club telling your son he isnt for elite


FYI - Looneys isn’t elite.


Is that what you told your son when he got cut ?


Hey Flat nose.....come up with something original

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Anonymous #296643 11/15/19 05:29 PM
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"daddy will be destroyed when junior goes nowhere. It will be tough to face your friends and other team dads after all these years of excuses"

This seems to be EXACTLY what is happening with you. You obviously were involved with the team and no longer are. More than likely, your kid was not selected for Orange team. Now you post about how bad they were/are. Don't take it so hard. There are plenty of good teams out there. Hopefully, your son continues to develop and has a great career.

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Anonymous #296646 11/15/19 07:19 PM
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I think you will see the top level clubs continue to have success but the lesser clubs will fall off as rec starts to take off. There is no reason to pay 2-3k a year if you can leverage the rec council with the same quality of coaching , practice and games for 1/3- 1/2 the price. It will essentially go back to the way it should where the top players play club and the developing players play club for the recs.

Looneys has been Rec daddy ball from 5th grade through 8th grade. Rec daddy coaches, favoritism, fitting schedule around coach, and lopsided losses. Take your own advice.

Man, you really have issues with your son getting cut from Looneys. Why dont you move on? Rec is a good option for your family. Nothing wrong with it.
If it wasnt the Looneys, it would have been another club telling your son he isnt for elite


FYI - Looneys isn’t elite.


Is that what you told your son when he got cut ?


Hey Flat nose.....come up with something original


Ouch ! I guess that struck a nerve. Try rec, they give out participation medals , you can hang it right next to yours.

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Anonymous #296647 11/15/19 07:22 PM
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"daddy will be destroyed when junior goes nowhere. It will be tough to face your friends and other team dads after all these years of excuses"

This seems to be EXACTLY what is happening with you. You obviously were involved with the team and no longer are. More than likely, your kid was not selected for Orange team. Now you post about how bad they were/are. Don't take it so hard. There are plenty of good teams out there. Hopefully, your son continues to develop and has a great career.


Or better yet.. Dont give up, Try Rec, Might be his calling.

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Anonymous #296650 11/15/19 08:28 PM
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FYI - Looneys isn’t elite.


depends on the grade. just like FCA, 91 even crabs[/quote]

Ok. Which ones for Looneys?[/quote]

Well?

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Anonymous #296667 11/16/19 02:23 PM
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FYI - Looneys isn’t elite.


depends on the grade. just like FCA, 91 even crabs


Ok. Which ones for Looneys?[/quote]

Well?[/quote]

2015, 16, 20, 24 are/were among the best around. Not familiar the the results of the younger teams. You can rail against the 23s all you want but they've gone against the "elite" teams all along. Their results are the same as FCA 23 during middle school years. Neither is a dominant team but they go out a compete against the best. If you consider these teams and kids failures for doing so means you've lost all perspective on youth sports.

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CageSage #302977 06/15/20 09:33 PM
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Is it true that Looney's folded? The 24s and 27s all moved to crabs.

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Anonymous #303267 06/24/20 09:29 PM
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Is it true that Looney's folded? The 24s and 27s all moved to crabs.


Nope.

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FYI - Looneys isn’t elite.


depends on the grade. just like FCA, 91 even crabs


Ok. Which ones for Looneys?


Well?[/quote]

2015, 16, 20, 24 are/were among the best around. Not familiar the the results of the younger teams. You can rail against the 23s all you want but they've gone against the "elite" teams all along. Their results are the same as FCA 23 during middle school years. Neither is a dominant team but they go out a compete against the best. If you consider these teams and kids failures for doing so means you've lost all perspective on youth sports.[/quote]

Any team can play out if its league. Not an accomplishment. 2023 had daddy coaches who favored friends kids. The holdbacks added nothing. The parents are horrible.

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Anonymous #303298 06/25/20 02:24 PM
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FYI - Looneys isn’t elite.


depends on the grade. just like FCA, 91 even crabs


Ok. Which ones for Looneys?


Well?


2015, 16, 20, 24 are/were among the best around. Not familiar the the results of the younger teams. You can rail against the 23s all you want but they've gone against the "elite" teams all along. Their results are the same as FCA 23 during middle school years. Neither is a dominant team but they go out a compete against the best. If you consider these teams and kids failures for doing so means you've lost all perspective on youth sports.[/quote]

Any team can play out if its league. Not an accomplishment. 2023 had daddy coaches who favored friends kids. The holdbacks added nothing. The parents are horrible.[/quote]

The 20 and 24 teams disbanded. So what is left of the club?

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Anonymous #303335 06/26/20 10:33 AM
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The 20 and 24 teams disbanded. So what is left of the club?


Not sure about the 24 team, but there were two 2020 teams (orange and green) which both played through last Summer ie, the Summer before their Senior years. That's when grad year teams stop playing (maybe a few have Fall or Winter?).

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Anonymous #303373 06/27/20 11:22 PM
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FYI - Looneys isn’t elite.


depends on the grade. just like FCA, 91 even crabs


Ok. Which ones for Looneys?


Well?


2015, 16, 20, 24 are/were among the best around. Not familiar the the results of the younger teams. You can rail against the 23s all you want but they've gone against the "elite" teams all along. Their results are the same as FCA 23 during middle school years. Neither is a dominant team but they go out a compete against the best. If you consider these teams and kids failures for doing so means you've lost all perspective on youth sports.[/quote]

Any team can play out if its league. Not an accomplishment. 2023 had daddy coaches who favored friends kids. The holdbacks added nothing. The parents are horrible.[/quote]

Easy there Big Guy ! Gotta think junior got cut ?

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