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#455110 - 11/23/11 08:29 PM Re: Girls Fall 2011 High School Varsity Soccer [Re: Anonymous]
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Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Originally Posted By: Anonymous
True, kids abandoning there team was selfish and will hurt them in years to come in coaches eyes. I am sure other players resented it and it showed how loyal they are. The team won without them it didn't matter.


What about all the kids that sat on the bench all year who showed their loyalty. The coach abandoned them. They were there and wanted to play. This kid doesn't show up to a game and you are bashing her. What about the kids that sat there game after game went to every practice and never saw the field. You want every player to show their loyalty to this team then have the coach lead by example. Guaranteed if a player who sat on the bench all year didn't show for a family party we wouldn't be hearing a thing about it. Get over yourself and move on. You are trying to hurt this child's reputation for your own selfish reasons (whatever they may be). The team won isn't that enough for you. Why are you so resentful? And don't give me the loyalty crap, what is your agenda?


Any kid and parent in their right mind would pick the national event over school ball. You are all full of bs. Let me think about this school ball coach who is the science teacher or national and college coaches. Its a tough choice.

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#455122 - 11/23/11 10:55 PM Re: Girls Fall 2011 High School Varsity Soccer [Re: Anonymous]
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Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Originally Posted By: Anonymous
True, kids abandoning there team was selfish and will hurt them in years to come in coaches eyes. I am sure other players resented it and it showed how loyal they are. The team won without them it didn't matter.


What about all the kids that sat on the bench all year who showed their loyalty. The coach abandoned them. They were there and wanted to play. This kid doesn't show up to a game and you are bashing her. What about the kids that sat there game after game went to every practice and never saw the field. You want every player to show their loyalty to this team then have the coach lead by example. Guaranteed if a player who sat on the bench all year didn't show for a family party we wouldn't be hearing a thing about it. Get over yourself and move on. You are trying to hurt this child's reputation for your own selfish reasons (whatever they may be). The team won isn't that enough for you. Why are you so resentful? And don't give me the loyalty crap, what is your agenda?


Any kid and parent in their right mind would pick the national event over school ball. You are all full of bs. Let me think about this school ball coach who is the science teacher or national and college coaches. Its a tough choice.


Of course they would. This is coming from a kids parent on the team who is good but not as good as the star and needs a reason to beat on her so their kid will shine a bit brighter. Sad but true your enemy SS Mom is probably your best High School friends Mom or Dad. I've been there and done that. Good Luck and Beware!!!!

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#455127 - 11/24/11 12:40 AM Re: Girls Fall 2011 High School Varsity Soccer [Re: Anonymous]
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Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Originally Posted By: Anonymous
True, kids abandoning there team was selfish and will hurt them in years to come in coaches eyes. I am sure other players resented it and it showed how loyal they are. The team won without them it didn't matter.


What about all the kids that sat on the bench all year who showed their loyalty. The coach abandoned them. They were there and wanted to play. This kid doesn't show up to a game and you are bashing her. What about the kids that sat there game after game went to every practice and never saw the field. You want every player to show their loyalty to this team then have the coach lead by example. Guaranteed if a player who sat on the bench all year didn't
show for a family party we wouldn't be hearing a thing about it. Get over yourself and move on. You are trying to hurt this child's reputation for your own selfish reasons (whatever they
may be). The team won isn't that enough for you. Why are you so resentful? And don't give
me the loyalty crap, what is your agenda?


Star??? Now that's laughable. Couldn't even start on HS team. What so called National player doesn't start on HS team? Can't cut it with older girls?

Any kid and parent in their right mind would pick the national event over school ball. You are all full of bs. Let me think about this school ball coach who is the science teacher or national and college coaches. Its a tough choice.


Of course they would. This is coming from a kids parent on the team who is good but not as good as the star and needs a reason to beat on her so their kid will shine a bit brighter. Sad but true your enemy SS Mom is probably your best High School friends Mom or Dad. I've been there and done that. Good Luck and Beware!!!!

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#455130 - 11/24/11 07:17 AM Re: Girls Fall 2011 High School Varsity Soccer [Re: Anonymous]
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Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Originally Posted By: Anonymous
True, kids abandoning there team was selfish and will hurt them in years to come in coaches eyes. I am sure other players resented it and it showed how loyal they are. The team won without them it didn't matter.



Obviously you don't clue


you don't clue either


No you don't. My quote was not put in as written. A player asked to attend a National team game, or game attended by national team coaching staff, and major college coaches is a easy one answered. Any HS coach that would not allow that player, or players this opportunity is a idiot. No one cares about HS soccer games except of course the HS players themsleves, parents of players, small amounit if the student body, and the coach of particular HS team.

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#455131 - 11/24/11 07:18 AM Re: Girls Fall 2011 High School Varsity Soccer [Re: Anonymous]
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Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Originally Posted By: Anonymous
True, kids abandoning there team was selfish and will hurt them in years to come in coaches eyes. I am sure other players resented it and it showed how loyal they are. The team won without them it didn't matter.


What about all the kids that sat on the bench all year who showed their loyalty. The coach abandoned them. They were there and wanted to play. This kid doesn't show up to a game and you are bashing her. What about the kids that sat there game after game went to every practice and never saw the field. You want every player to show their loyalty to this team then have the coach lead by example. Guaranteed if a player who sat on the bench all year didn't show for a family party we wouldn't be hearing a thing about it. Get over yourself and move on. You are trying to hurt this child's reputation for your own selfish reasons (whatever they may be). The team won isn't that enough for you. Why are you so resentful? And don't give me the loyalty crap, what is your agenda?


Any kid and parent in their right mind would pick the national event over school ball. You are all full of bs. Let me think about this school ball coach who is the science teacher or national and college coaches. Its a tough choice.


You have some very screwed up values. Glad we don't play with your kid.

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#455210 - 11/25/11 10:06 PM Re: Girls Fall 2011 High School Varsity Soccer [Re: Anonymous]
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Why couldn't the kids invited to this event just go a day or so late and explain why? These kids will probably all be going to many more events where college coaches will see them over the next few years.

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#455747 - 12/02/11 11:48 AM Re: Girls Fall 2011 High School Varsity Soccer [Re: Anonymous]
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As has become the annual tradition on BOTN as the calendar turns to December, we will be closing our High School discussion threads for the Fall 2011 season just before the school holiday season.

If you have final comments on this year's playoffs, state championship competition, next season's prospects, or just want to wish particular teams and players well, now is the time to offer those thoughts.

As always, a note to our graduating High School Seniors : On behalf of the parents and readers here on Back of the Net, thank you for contributing to your school's spirit and good luck with your college acceptances. May the wind be in your sails for whatever course you chart!

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#455821 - 12/03/11 09:16 PM Re: Girls Fall 2011 High School Varsity Soccer [Re: Anonymous]
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Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Can only say that Club Coaches act like jealous teenagers who dont want to lose there control of there players. Let them go and play for the school and give them a break for a couple of months. Its a change of pace with new coaches and girls and its good for them.


It's a few months of fun and hanging out with their friends from school but it's actually not good for them, from a soccer standpoint. They get used to playing against slower, weaker opponents and they do things that they could never do against their Club opponents. They play a style of soccer that doesn't work when they return to the reality of travel soccer, especially those playing at a higher level. It also doesn't help those kids who are looking to play in college. But they do have fun.

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#455829 - 12/03/11 10:35 PM Re: Girls Fall 2011 High School Varsity Soccer [Re: Anonymous]
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Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Can only say that Club Coaches act like jealous teenagers who dont want to lose there control of there players. Let them go and play for the school and give them a break for a couple of months. Its a change of pace with new coaches and girls and its good for them.


It's a few months of fun and hanging out with their friends from school but it's actually not good for them, from a soccer standpoint. They get used to playing against slower, weaker opponents and they do things that they could never do against their Club opponents. They play a style of soccer that doesn't work when they return to the reality of travel soccer, especially those playing at a higher level. It also doesn't help those kids who are looking to play in college. But they do
have fun.

Good players easily adapt to what you describe. High School ball, while not close to premier ball is a fantastic experience for the girls, and leaves many fond memories that they will remember for a life time. Congrats to all this years participants. You made your schools very proud!,,,








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#455832 - 12/03/11 10:52 PM Re: Girls Fall 2011 High School Varsity Soccer [Re: Anonymous]
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My daughter had the time of her life on high school soccer this year, as a sophmore we were worried she wouldn't fit in. The pasta parties, tp-ing the houses, sleepovers- simply priceless! She plays travel for a D-2 team, and yes, she would like to play in college, but I don't think her HS play will affect that either way. Girls adapt, but she wouldn't give up her experience on Varsity for anything.
We enjoyed watching all the girls play this year! Best of luck to all the seniors.

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#455836 - 12/04/11 06:43 AM Re: Girls Fall 2011 High School Varsity Soccer [Re: Anonymous]
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Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Can only say that Club Coaches act like jealous teenagers who dont want to lose there control of there players. Let them go and play for the school and give them a break for a couple of months. Its a change of pace with new coaches and girls and its good for them.


It's a few months of fun and hanging out with their friends from school but it's actually not good for them, from a soccer standpoint. They get used to playing against slower, weaker opponents and they do things that they could never do against their Club opponents. They play a style of soccer that doesn't work when they return to the reality of travel soccer, especially those playing at a higher level. It also doesn't help those kids who are looking to play in college. But they do have fun.


If you dont experience the high school team going through playoffs then the picture isnt that good to what it really is all about. Our team had the time of their lives and my 9th grade daughter played with her teamates that had 5 girls that played on premier teams at a much older level and she played with them all. If you think that kind of experience isnt good buddy you have no brains at all.

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#455837 - 12/04/11 07:35 AM Re: Girls Fall 2011 High School Varsity Soccer [Re: Anonymous]
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Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Can only say that Club Coaches act like jealous teenagers who dont want to lose there control of there players. Let them go and play for the school and give them a break for a couple of months. Its a change of pace with new coaches and girls and its good for them.


It's a few months of fun and hanging out with their friends from school but it's actually not good for them, from a soccer standpoint. They get used to playing against slower, weaker opponents and they do things that they could never do against their Club opponents. They play a style of soccer that doesn't work when they return to the reality of travel soccer, especially those playing at a higher level. It also doesn't help those kids who are looking to play in college. But they do have fun.


If you dont experience the high school team going through playoffs then the picture isnt that good to what it really is all about. Our team had the time of their lives and my 9th grade daughter played with her teamates that had 5 girls that played on premier teams at a much older level and she played with them all. If you think that kind of experience isnt good buddy you have no brains at all.
You are missing the point. They still play against slower and weaker players not helping your daughter in the long run. They have fun and do a lot of running but will not help them for the college push if thats what your daughter wants.

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#455838 - 12/04/11 08:45 AM Re: Girls Fall 2011 High School Varsity Soccer [Re: Anonymous]
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Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Can only say that Club Coaches act like jealous teenagers who dont want to lose there control of there players. Let them go and play for the school and give them a break for a couple of months. Its a change of pace with new coaches and girls and its good for them.


It's a few months of fun and hanging out with their friends from school but it's actually not good for them, from a soccer standpoint. They get used to playing against slower, weaker opponents and they do things that they could never do against their Club opponents. They play a style of soccer that doesn't work when they return to the reality of travel soccer, especially those playing at a higher level. It also doesn't help those kids who are looking to play in college. But they do have fun.


If you dont experience the high school team going through playoffs then the picture isnt that good to what it really is all about. Our team had the time of their lives and my 9th grade daughter played with her teamates that had 5 girls that played on premier teams at a much older level and she played with them all. If you think that kind of experience isnt good buddy you have no brains at all.
You are missing the point. They still play against slower and weaker players not helping your daughter in the long run. They have fun and do a lot of running but will not help them for the college push if thats what your daughter wants.


What is being discussed here are two different sides of player involvement... the premier child who is playing at a higher level in club soccer looking for a chance at a soccer scholarship as opposed to the other player playing for fun at her club level both playing together in school ball... one player is pushed to do better and the other player is playing a different kind of soccer that is taught at the higher club level of play... both players and parents view the school ball in a different light . one view is not better than the other just being looked at from a different perspective

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#455839 - 12/04/11 09:38 AM Re: Girls Fall 2011 High School Varsity Soccer [Re: Anonymous]
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Im not sure what division your school plays for, but the top divisions might play the ball too much in the air but they are certainly not slow or weak. It gives the girls a chance to build confidence and work on things they can not on their club teams. If you think playing against teams like Nortport, West Islip, Ward Melville, East Islip, MacArhur, or any of the other top teams doesnt compare to a random premier U16 team your crazy. The speed of the game is there. The girls can learn from this type of competition. Your child must play for some low division.

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#455849 - 12/04/11 10:44 AM Re: Girls Fall 2011 High School Varsity Soccer [Re: Anonymous]
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Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Im not sure what division your school plays for, but the top divisions might play the ball too much in the air but they are certainly not slow or weak. It gives the girls a chance to build confidence and work on things they can not on their club teams. If you think playing against teams like Nortport, West Islip, Ward Melville, East Islip, MacArhur, or any of the other top teams doesnt compare to a random premier U16 team your crazy. The speed of the game is there. The girls can learn from this type of competition. Your child must play for some low division.


"Playing the ball in the air" is that not called "kick and run" I will not go into details but my daughter does play on one of those school teams you mentioned plus the ODP program. there are 1/2 the amount of touches on school ball as compared to higher level club teams. which is observed by many who watch and play the game > good luck to your daughter

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