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Baltimore Area Lacrosse 2017

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Final yesterday at the Brine King Of Spring Classic in N..C. Calvert Hall (Md.) downed Lambert (Ga.) 12-6. JR Jacob Kelly w/ 2G, 4A. FR Daniel Kelly w/ 3G.

 

According to Varsity Sports Network, multi-point performances were also turned in by JT Bugliosi (1 goal, 2 assist), Omari DeBerry (2 goals) and Brendan Curry (1 goal, 1 assist). Single goals were scored by Zach Green, Connor Mitchell and Justin Mintzer.

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They followed that up with a 17-1 win over Greensboro Day School on Sunday.  Next up is the Hill Academy.  Hope the Cards fare well in the game against a team filled with 19 year olds.  

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Cardinals were very impressive in NC. Lambert is a quality opponent, GDS not so much. I'm told what jumps out at you about this team is CHC's depth. Attack loaded, 2 High quality MIAA ready midfields. More size and athleticism than they have had in a long while. Defense is suspect however. Hill Academy of course will be a war. Full disclosure I am a Cardinal Homer. Some of this enthusiasm is fueled by hope. My info does come from qualified observers though.....

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Final yesterday at the Brine King Of Spring Classic in N..C. Calvert Hall (Md.) downed Lambert (Ga.) 12-6. JR Jacob Kelly w/ 2G, 4A. FR Daniel Kelly w/ 3G.

 

According to Varsity Sports Network, multi-point performances were also turned in by JT Bugliosi (1 goal, 2 assist), Omari DeBerry (2 goals) and Brendan Curry (1 goal, 1 assist). Single goals were scored by Zach Green, Connor Mitchell and Justin Mintzer.

According to my sources there is a young freshman that is getting a lot of run at CHC for the lacrosse team.  Turns out he was a freshman QB on varsity..I guess FootballUBet needs to know theres a superior athelete in the house over on LaSalle Road...

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Guess so, you know how them Lacrosse guys do it, take an Xtra year or two maybe

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FOS Chance Campbell (LB) and M Omari DeBerry (QB) are two more multi-sport athletes on Coach Bryan Kelly's squad.

 

In the VSN article Kelly called out defenders Dan DiPeso, George Walsh, Parker Byrd, Jack Connelly, PJ Peters, Connor Maher, Trey Smith, Collin Allen, and Ryan Swain for their effort the first game. Goalie Liam Barrage also started in goal for the Cardinals and made nine saves to kick off the season.

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FOS Chance Campbell (LB) and M Omari DeBerry (QB) are two more multi-sport athletes on Coach Bryan Kelly's squad.

In the VSN article Kelly called out defenders Dan DiPeso, George Walsh, Parker Byrd, Jack Connelly, PJ Peters, Connor Maher, Trey Smith, Collin Allen, and Ryan Swain for their effort the first game. Goalie Liam Barrage also started in goal for the Cardinals and made nine saves to kick off the season.

I thought DeBerry quit football.

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I thought DeBerry quit football.

He did. He still received two Varsity letters. I didn't mean to insinuate he was still playing football.

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JBmad is right on. I love how people love to taught freshmen this and freshmen that. Meanwhile the kid is 16 years old. Many 16 year olds are juniors. He's a great athlete but keep it real.

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Right on Downtown, this is happening way to often in high school sports. Seems to be getting worse since the NCAA made its changes. Tiger running his mouth until called out now crickets

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I read the LaxPower message board this time of the year and they "spill all the tea" about the shady dealings in the local and national Lax scene. They hate overage reclassed players, rampant transfers, kids committing to colleges while in the 8th grade, etc... You do get good info about players and teams, though.

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Exactly Guru, these guys boasting over a kid playing against Varsity competition as a FRESHMAN, but don't give all the facts, like that certain kids should already be Jr or at least Soph. Kids who are 16 as FRESHMAN have a huge physical and mental advantage over REAL FRESHMAN who are age 13/14

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Read a lot of laxpower, definitely a lot of pushback on the early recruiting and reclassing simply for sports. Also a lot of good info about the scene both locally and nationally.

 

As far as reclassing goes, it is more common but still rare as many posters will point out.

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If you think it's rare go check rosters in the Bmore area

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i should say it's rare that it happens in middle school for athletic reasons. Many parents do it for boys at a younger age, I doubt anyone is predicting future athletic ability at that point.

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Doesn't matter when it's done, it's done more often than you think

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CHS is legit this year and the entire MIAA is really good this spring. St. Pauls has a great goalie and an attack that could compete at the DII level right now.

 

I hesitate to address this because the chatter is actually about the great game of lacrosse but...

 

A lot of private schools use a pre-first curriculum which is why many of the kids are a year older than public school kids.  Holdbacks are not a prevalent as you may think. I used to be the king hater of holdbacks until I got to know the system a little better.  This is especially true for kids who transfer in 8th or 9th grade from public to private.  In order to compete they do a "do over" year.  No harm, no foul.  If it helps the kid, who cares.  Since MIAA schools operate under the same rules I see no issue with kids being older.  Just understand that you cannot compare public to private kids.

 

As I have mentioned on this board before, you can find many older kids on city public school rosters because of inconsistent attendance and residency histories.  Many freshman enter city schools at 15 or 16 years old.  A county freshman is different than a city freshman.

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50defense. You are right but when daddy's get on public forums to brag about their freshmen star there should be full disclosure. Your kid is not a true freshmen and although a good athlete their are many sophomores and juniors the same age that are just as good. Let's see how good he is his senior year when all boys are through puberty. Then you can beat your chest and not teach your child humility. BTW. There are 20 other freshmen lacrosse players in the MIAA A that are just as good or better. But don't tell his dad that. Sit back and learn something from their silence. Be proud, be humble. And remember, there's 7.39999 billion people on this planet that could care less about lacrosse or if your son is good or not.

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50 in this case we are not talking about a kid who did the pre first grade route, but one who was done for a better advantage in as you say the great game of Lacrosse. And when someone comes on here to boast and call another father out about how great this FRESHMAN is, he is going to get a ear full.

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If you all are keeping it real than know that the athlete is 15. Get all your facts straight haters. Great kid, great player.

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I never said any age, still older than a real FRESHMAN, and never said not a good athlete or kid. Definitely not a hater on the kid either, it's the parents who repeat these kids and you can't prove me wrong

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Haters. 13 year old Freshman? What planet are you on.

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You need to go back to school and realize that 14 falls in between 13 and 15. And anyway what does that have to do with the facts. BL class 2019 then CHC class 2020.Facts are facts Murph

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Their is no one way to raise a kid.  If the parent believes this is the best route.... all power to you.

I hope to catch some games real soon.

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To each his own, just don't sit on here and boast and call other parents out. This kid hasn't been mentioned on this board until Tiger called out Footballubet about this kid being a superior athlete. Now that he got called out only others trying to defend and he is quiet.

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