You are pathetic. Your kid probably got cut by the Breakers so now you are bashing them. How do you know so much about the Breakers development of younger kids?
ha, clearly a breakers parents.
What team is your kid on?
but as someone else pointed out - Ryan Healy and Will McDonough. Those are some pretty nice success stories.
Drew Commesso ( bu ) and. Derek Mullahy (Harvard). Those are some pretty good success stories for the Breakers.
The biggest joke is on the parents. You all think it matters where your kid plays. It does not. He or she does not care but you do because you are trying to justify the money you spend on a game. When they hit high school, no coach ever is going to give them a spot based on where they came from, only on what they look like then. However, you keyboard heroes are the ones that make this site fun to read. So, keep it up.
I've seen people say on here time and time again that BA just 'collects checks'. If parents continue to give them checks then they're obviously doing well.
Why is there always so much BA bashing here ? Feels like BA is the MOST mentioned team here.
the only teams worth playing for in the EHF are Eagles or Islanders.
I noticed that as well. Seems like the '13s and 14's are dominating but that's about it. It's also only Oct 3rd.
I dont see an EHF team that is dominating either.
I often hear people say all of E9 stinks except BA...so what do these standings mean? other teams are maybe getting better in the E9?
JESUS. How long until they move the 14' BA team up?
*did that last year*
God. You guys are pathetic.
They should have already done it.
But I can’t wait til the Lovell’s start their own league. And just play against other Lovell teams.
Secondly. You sound like an idiot when you compare breakers and BA and mentions girls teams.
And while irrelevant, it is unequivocally false that breakers have more kids in college than BA. In fact. I am struggling to think of one kid from Breakers in past few years.
Let me know of another program that’s junior team has had the majority of the kids for their entire youth career.