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Re: Boys 2028 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
Anonymous #397574 Yesterday at 10:46 AM
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If you are a coach and one of your kids chooses to play in The Circuit for a money grab National team over your club team's first tournament what should the outcome be for that kid?

You are kidding right? Fall Ball, better competition and probably coaching, more playing time for the other kids, the team gets the same money regardless of attendance, 7th grade lacrosse. If the other kids shine in his absence, maybe they get more time later.

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Re: Boys 2028 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
Anonymous #397589 Yesterday at 12:59 PM
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Nothing should happen to the kid. He's the client and should do what he wants. In 7th grade the boys are starting to want a little adventure (mostly meet knew kids and DEF try a new coach) and play different teams. I mean our team misses a lot of fall ball players to rec football....what's worse?

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Anonymous #397593 Yesterday at 01:37 PM
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If you are a coach and one of your kids chooses to play in The Circuit for a money grab National team over your club team's first tournament what should the outcome be for that kid?

Curious to hear opinions on this. We made sure there was no overlap before committing to The Circuit. I don’t think of fall tournaments as important though knowing better athletes may prioritize other sports at that time.

Welcome to the new world order. Every kid will soon have a local club, a national team, and a box team. Conflicts will become more frequent in the fall and summer. Prepare to give away all your money to lacrosse.

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TheBackOfTheCage #397612 Yesterday at 06:21 PM
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Coach has every right to be a bit annoyed.

However it will come down to how good the kid is. As someone said before - if he’s a dominant player then meh. All will be forgiven.

But like was previously mentioned if the kid is average, then I’m sure you can guess how that will turn out.

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Anonymous #397620 Yesterday at 07:52 PM
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True came in Hot and has really flopped at a program. Their director needs some direction on how to manage a club. Their coaches are mediorce and come and go - many don't even coach a full season. I'm surprised that the True organization has not sent in one of their top executives to get this local True organization straightened out.

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Re: Boys 2028 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
Anonymous #397628 Yesterday at 09:22 PM
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Nothing should happen to the kid. He's the client and should do what he wants. In 7th grade the boys are starting to want a little adventure (mostly meet knew kids and DEF try a new coach) and play different teams. I mean our team misses a lot of fall ball players to rec football....what's worse?

A lot of folks would say that missing fall tournament to play for a "better" travel team is worse than missing to play an in-season sport such as football. Teammates and coaches will perceive it as a slap. I can hear it now, "I guess we're good enough for Shane anymore." Shane's parents may get the cold shoulder too the next time he decides to slum it with his run of the mill, ordinary team, that families are paying 4,000 per year to play on.

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