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Re: Boys 2024-8th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: Anonymous] #294896
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Taz traveled to mass to play 3 B teams. No playoffs, what a waste



Did they spend your money?


Not about the money. Why not play Laxachusetts Green to get a competitive game. After all it’s the same team that beat you last summer.


New year, new team, get over it son

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Re: Boys 2024-8th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: Anonymous] #294901
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How many Taz kids on Launch this weekend? Such a joke.
Alot of great additions to Launch this year. Keepi working hard boys!!


Half the team is new and there already was talent there, I'm curious to see how Launch stacks up at the end of the season. Right now they're a "new" team with all of the pitfalls and it shows a lot in their offense. Once they work out the kinks it will be interesting to see how well they perform. Can Legacy pull off having both an AA and an A team in 2024 like 91 has with Bandits and Warriors in 2023? That would make Taz stronger in the long run for sure.


The 2023 91 teams are really the exception to the rule. I don't know if I can think of any other situation where a club has two competitive clubs on a grade level. I hope Legacy can pull it off. It will only be better for LI.

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If you're so interested why don't you check the scores. Taz beat the same teams Lax green played by more than double the score.

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2024 Crabs over Mad Lax 7-5 today in the cold rain.


Fall ball doesn't count. Kids playing football. Madlax is still undefeated. Nuff said.


That is one way to look at it. The other fact is that the Crabs do what the Crabs do. The 2022 team became the 2023 last year and vaulted to the top. Maybe the left over '23's are now 2024 team. Either way, at least Madlax plays games in tough conditions #wolfpackupandgo


Frankly I'm surprised that not all DMV clubs follow Madlax' formula. If Crabs did in fact do that, good for them. They and others were probably sick and tired of getting embarrassed by ML.

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2024 Crabs over Mad Lax 7-5 today in the cold rain.


Fall ball doesn't count. Kids playing football. Madlax is still undefeated. Nuff said.


That is one way to look at it. The other fact is that the Crabs do what the Crabs do. The 2022 team became the 2023 last year and vaulted to the top. Maybe the left over '23's are now 2024 team. Either way, at least Madlax plays games in tough conditions #wolfpackupandgo


Frankly I'm surprised that not all DMV clubs follow Madlax' formula. If Crabs did in fact do that, good for them. They and others were probably sick and tired of getting embarrassed by ML.


Very true. It’s helped Madlax a bunch. Great formula. Use a 2023 team to play 2024 teams. Takeaway the 2023 players and Madlax doesn’t win a game all year.and gets completely demolished by every on age team from the island. Yeah, it’s the only thing that makes them remotely competitive... 15 and 16 year olds playing 12 and 13 year olds. Kinda embarrassing too, though, no?


What a joke. The Maryland “formula” for success is to take a team that is a grade higher, and play in a bracket that is a grade lower. Pure freaking genius! The Maryland “formula”!! I got an idea! How about you take a bunch of on grade, on age kids and make them better! Answer: Because Maryland teams, plain and simple, can’t! Or they would be doing it, now wouldn’t they, cheater Maryland holdback parents? But what if that’s not enough, and a team is still losing?!! Answer: Take kids that are a grade higher, on other teams! Now that is a REAL formula for success, isn’t it Madlax holdback parents?

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2024 Crabs over Mad Lax 7-5 today in the cold rain.


Fall ball doesn't count. Kids playing football. Madlax is still undefeated. Nuff said.


That is one way to look at it. The other fact is that the Crabs do what the Crabs do. The 2022 team became the 2023 last year and vaulted to the top. Maybe the left over '23's are now 2024 team. Either way, at least Madlax plays games in tough conditions #wolfpackupandgo


Frankly I'm surprised that not all DMV clubs follow Madlax' formula. If Crabs did in fact do that, good for them. They and others were probably sick and tired of getting embarrassed by ML.

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2024 Crabs over Mad Lax 7-5 today in the cold rain.


Fall ball doesn't count. Kids playing football. Madlax is still undefeated. Nuff said.


That is one way to look at it. The other fact is that the Crabs do what the Crabs do. The 2022 team became the 2023 last year and vaulted to the top. Maybe the left over '23's are now 2024 team. Either way, at least Madlax plays games in tough conditions #wolfpackupandgo


Frankly I'm surprised that not all DMV clubs follow Madlax' formula. If Crabs did in fact do that, good for them. They and others were probably sick and tired of getting embarrassed by ML.


Very true. It’s helped Madlax a bunch. Great formula. Use a 2023 team to play 2024 teams. Takeaway the 2023 players and Madlax doesn’t win a game all year.and gets completely demolished by every on age team from the island. Yeah, it’s the only thing that makes them remotely competitive... 15 and 16 year olds playing 12 and 13 year olds. Kinda embarrassing too, though, no?


What a joke. The Maryland “formula” for success is to take a team that is a grade higher, and play in a bracket that is a grade lower. Pure freaking genius! The Maryland “formula”!! I got an idea! How about you take a bunch of on grade, on age kids and make them better! Answer: Because Maryland teams, plain and simple, can’t! Or they would be doing it, now wouldn’t they, cheater Maryland holdback parents? But what if that’s not enough, and a team is still losing?!! Answer: Take kids that are a grade higher, on other teams! Now that is a REAL formula for success, isn’t it Madlax holdback parents?



Good point. Why play fair, when you can cheat and get ahead that way. Makes perfect sense, to some. Others like to win the old fashion way, work hard and get better.

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