EaglePride

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  1. Just saying every year CHC lax is over hyped, much like their football program, only to turn out mediocre results. The last few seasons the lax team has been very smallish and unable to score points when needed to win games.
  2. I mean win the Ship, the only win that matters at the end of the day.
  3. At CHC if your last name is Kelly, you play, regardless of grade and sometimes skill. One of the perks of being HC.
  4. It may be time for a coaching change at TU if Ambrose continues his losing ways. Ambrose and company cannot recruit, cannot keep the kids that actually commit (failed drug tests, academic ineligibility etc.) Coaching staff has been way over their head for quite some time. Ambrose has been riding the wave of a National Championship appearance several years ago with a team he did not recruit. The rest of the CAA is getting stronger and we continue to decline.
  5. Then there is Lambert and Greensboro Day????? Look at their OOC schedule for the past several years. Cupcake city. BK likes to pad the W-L total rather than prepare for MIAA-A play. Small kids with no offense is not how you win in the MIAA A.
  6. Once again, CHC is overrated pre-season only to underperform. Smallish kids who can't beat a zone defense. The book is out on the cards. They play a cupcake OOC schedule when everyone else in the MIAA is challenging themselves. CHC is bottom half of the league for sure. As long as BK keeps shoehorning his family members into the lineup, things won't change.
  7. Confirmed. Anthony Zehyoue is the new HC for the Dons. Great hire!
  8. It is silly to ask kids to practice and prepare for a meaningless game a few weeks before college summer school and football workouts begin. And as I stated earlier, the fundraising requirements of each participating kid and the fact that they have to live with a host family in PA a week prior is a bit of a deterrent as well.
  9. Definitely don't agree with Evan Boozer being on 5th team. He should be absolutely dominant his senior year.
  10. thanks for the correction
  11. The concept is great. The only issue is that some big time commits won't want to risk injury, and the cost for players is a little steep considering the fundraising effort required by each kid. Also, living with a host family in PA for a week is tough. Just sayin.
  12. They are a public company and have to answer to shareholders. They can't just go around saving every program there is. UA has done more than enough in this city including Poly fields, rehabbed baseball diamonds and countless other things like donating uniforms and equipment etc, etc. Quite frankly if I were them, I would have move the HQ's out of Baltimore with its ridiculous crime and taxes. How about complaining to this "do nothing" city government about building a local sports facility and not a private company that generates thousands of Maryland jobs.
  13. Really....UA can't help everyone. They do plenty in the community, just stop.
  14. Every years there are video or other incidents such as this. Few years back it was St. Pauls with the whole video tape thing, McD with the mommy cheerleader incident and man,y many others. I think because these are private schools and they are "supposed" to be above the fray, it is given more attention. Bottom line, this goes on in privates and publics. I am actually surprised more of what goes on at privates doesn't get out. Muffy and Buffy many times have parents that are enablers who look the other way.
  15. Some BM girls are far from innocent little angels themselves.