Brewster 8, Yorktown 7
Fox Lane 17, Scarsdale 6
Byram Hills 16, Irvington 6
Rye 12, Pearl River 11
Fox Lane looked tremendous today and they never let Scarsdale’s offense get going. Tracy deserves all the accolades she gets. I haven’t seen Brewster play, but it will take quite a performance to upend the Foxes. Congrats to the Raiders for a great season.
Btw, I guess the two best teams in C do not reside in Rockland.
I agree laxdad
fox lane is crazyyyyy good… they will be tough to beat.
In boys lax, Mamaroneck beat Suffern. I guess that means that Suffern won’t be hosting a home game on Thursday night afterall. I guess the field will just be sitting there, unused.
Must be nice for Fox Lane to have a home game.. Wonder how Brewster feels about that?
A – Lakeland
B – Fox Lane
C – Rye
Aren’t there 2 turf fields at Suffern Middle School, where the games were going to be played? Doesn’t seem too hard to therefore have 2 games, 1 boys and 1 girls, going on at the same time. Hmmmm….
As a shocked offended parent, I want to wish Fox Lane all of the luck in the world. I hope and pray that you’re better hosts to your guests than Brewster was to theirs. In my life, I have never seen more rude and adolescent behavior than I witnessed yesterday. If any of you are proud of how you behaved, it speaks volumes about the content of your character. Go Foxes!!
You need to relax. You act like u have never been to a sporting event in your life. You don’t think that happens almost everywhere? Have you ever been to a yorktown boys game ?? MIght as well be in the south bronx with what is said in the crowd there, not to mention what their coaches do to the refs. You’re obviously from Yorktown so Im sure you have witnessed that yourself but I guess its ok since its your team thats winning. Real classy how right after the game yesterday the yorktown girls coach runs out onto the field and starts yelling at the ref, they must teach that at some coaching class in yorktown. Ref abuse 101. Funny how when something doesnt go their way its automatically throw a tantrum and blame the refs. I guess this has moved on to the parents as well which is a shame. Both teams played a great game yesterday but Brewster pulled it out in the end and they deserve to play Fox tomorrow who they beat during the regular season. Should be a great match up Brewster seniors have been through a lot and I know Coach Walsh will have them ready. Cant wait…
Figured out I was from Yorktown all on your own? What gave it away?
I’m totally relaxed and at ease with life, but maybe your advice is misdirected and needs to go to your parents, not me. Your response is typical and predicable- deflect responsibility. Man up and take accountability for your bad behavior and stop rationalizing it based upon how other people behave. “Two wrongs don’t make it right.” That’s Parenting 101. How the majority (not all) of the Brewster parents behaved should have nothing to do with the Yorktown boys team or the Coach at Yorktown, but if you need an excuse, I guess that’s as good as any. If you have an issues e with the Coaches’, then direct your comments to them, not to the parents sitting there watching the game. That’s “Common Sense 101.”
I said nothing, zero, zilch about the reffing or anything about Brewster not deserving to win, so where is that coming from? Sort of weird how YOU’RE the one mentioning the reffing. Hmmm………..I wonder why?
It’s YOU the fan’s that are the problem and your dopey response validates it. “It’s better to remain silent and be thought a fool, then to open one’s mouth and remove all doubt.” Go Foxes!!!
I wasnt try to direct everything towards the boys team and their coaches but its a program wide issue that I have seen ever since I played many years ago. Its not surprising how alumni from the past from the 70s, 80s, early 90s have distanced themselves from the program. Iv talked to several alumni throughout the past few years(former coaches and players) and they want nothing to do with the program today. Yes Yorktown is one of the most successful teams in the history of this area but their actions on and off the field are something that I would not want to be a part of. If you notice the respectable alumni from the past dont come back, iv heard it directly from their mouths they want nothing to do with how the prgoram is run. If all you care about is winning and dont care how you are percieved then fine hands down they are #1 – but to be honest if I had the opportunity to coach in that program I wouldnt. Im not saying all parents are like that there but dont call out a school when 90% of other fans are the same. Wouldnt you wanna say you lost to the eventual sectional champ? Typical town mentality
Disgusted – nice intelligent well argued post. You made lax1 look like a fool.
As a girls lacrosse fan not at the game I was wondering what the Brewster parents did or say? In the past they had a rep for rude comments but i thought that was the past after certain kids moved out of town.
So what happened ?
Also what was that last reffing call ? A case of charging not called ?
If you really care about looking intelligent on a girls lacrosse blog then good for you. The fact that you came on here in the first place to complain is a joke, be an adult. I could really care less what a bunch of yuppie town parents think. Would u be saying the same stuff if your team won? prob not.
YOU talk to OUR alumni? LOL!!!!
If that’s even true, I wonder if your “capacity” has anything to do with that? Hmmm…………….
Are you that blinded or immersed in your own bias that you can’t possibly even realize that you have no credibility in making that comment? Maybe you suffer from one of the 7 deadly sins- envy? I wonder if you carry that bias around with you when you claim to talk to Yorktown Alumni, or do you “turn it off” when you need to?
So let me see if I understand. You condemn my program with blanket accusations and that’s ok, but I call out your parents and you have an issue with me? I didn’t call out the school or the team, so stop skirting responsibility. You’re so clouded by your own emotions that you can’t even admit that some of your PARENTS behaved disgustingly yesterday. Instead of condemning it, you defend it with statements that have no validity. Maybe you’re proud of how they behaved- who knows, maybe encouraged it or were a part of it; which makes your behavior no better than those that you imply you detest and you a hypocrite in the process. In case you can’t figure this out- you are the epitome of what you are speaking out about- so man-up and be the adult and take responsibility. Go back to my previous quote and “…………and remove all doubt.”
Yorktown Alumni can speak for themselves- it’s a public blog. Trust me, we don’t need a Brewster parent representing us.
lax 1- it’s not that I look intelligent, it’s that you look dumb and you did that all on your own. You didn’t need any help from me. Sort of like shooting fish in a barrel.
What’s amazing is that you tall me to be an adult and then you call people names. That one speaks for itself
on a serious note…brewster would be a great venue to host the section finals in years to come. great new facility.
it would probably be pulled at the last minute though and given to Fox Lane anyway, especially if they are in the mix.
upstate… nice post. i’m enjoying the sarcasm. brewster’s facility is very nice, as is fox lane’s. somebody has a chance of having home field advantage.
as for the “horrible” parents, “horrible” coaches, etc. is it really worth discussing? i think both teams can be held accountable for some pretty obnoxious behavior. let’s be honest.
good luck to all teams in the finals. hopefully it’s just a great day of lacrosse for all the players involved! keep the other nonsense out of it and enjoy the game and let the girls play hard, fair, and for the win.
Actually im not a Brewster parent. Im just a lacrosse person that is around a lot of coaches and has connections with them. I dont go out and seek them.
We just wanted to say that we appreciate you voicing your opinions throughout the bulk of the sectional tournament and using the comments section of the blog for expression. On a different note though, let’s keep the attacking, name calling, and insulting to a minimum. Like we’ve said, the girls DO read this blog, and take a lot of offense to some of the comments on here, and it would probably hurt even more if they realized that some of the people on here are their own parents. Let’s give the girls a clear mind going into the finals tomorrow and wish ALL of the girls the best of luck…they don’t need anymore pressure from what’s going on in the stands.
In response to “disgusted’s” comment, Brewster’s new facilities are very nice which we can all agree on, included in these new facilities are a home side and a visitors side, if you are so disgusted with the comments made and can not handle them maybe you should sit on the visitors side where I’m sure you will not be bothered by Brewster parents. Even if the comments made by the parents were in fact “disgusting” this should not affect how any of the girls on Brewster or on any team for that matter are viewed, they are all athletes and Brewster deserves to play fox lane after the game they played yesterday despite any comments made by their parents. Whether the game is played at fox lane or at a different school it all comes down to how the girls play, not where they play or what is said during the game. Don’t be a sore loser.
Well said by the last two posts. Its a shame when parents need to take to the blogs to complain about things that have nothing to do with the outcome of the game. Talk about the girls and how well they played and how exciting the game was. It was a great game played by both teams but Brewster pulled it out and they get to move on. Its a shame that parents need to come on here and whine about something that had nothing to do with the game at all. Brewster’s new facility is beautiful and yes in case you have touble seeing they have a visitors side where you can and should sit, thats what they are there for. You have no one to blame but yourself for putting yourself in that situation in the first place. One thing Brewster would need to hold a sectional final would be bathrooms. I dont know if the elementary school behind the stadium would be able to handle that kind of volume for an event by that. But a beautiful setting with the lights and field that place is at night, they really did it right there FINALlY. Best of luck to the lady bears in the final they deserve to be there and have an amazing senior class with a very strong underclassmen group to carry this program in the future. Beat fox in a close game the first time and expect nothing less this time around should be a good one. But like what was posted before, leave the complaning somewhere else, this is a place for positive conversation and discussion about lacrosse. Not childish he said she said things that go on in the stands. Again the away stands are there for a reason. Good luck to brewster and fox in the final should be a dandy
For upstate’s benefit and those of others, I’m repeating what I wrote yesterday.
“Suffern informed the powers that be that their field(s) sustained damage from yesterday’s rains and they could not host the finals. The FL AD offered the FL facilities as an alternative since ON ONE ELSE had offered. If another school cares to host, my understanding is FL is happy to relinquish the finals. Stop criticizing the offer/situation unless your school offered to host or has a better idea.”
And quit disparaging Fox Lane in about the only way you can. BTW, Brewster’s 1 goal victory the second game of FL’s season was with a number of the best players injured or out and their goalie playing the game of her career. More power to them but it’s not how you start but how you finish. FL only had one REAL loss all season (New Canaan) and tied Lakeland/Panus. Look forward the Brewster parent’s blogs (or lack thereof) tomorrow around 9 pm.
Brewster facilities are beautiful the only concern about a sectional final would be bathrooms and parking is a little hairy. But besides that the field is absolutely beautiful and i think in the next few years you could see a final held there.
As for the Yorktown whine fest going on here doesnt surpise me much at all. Something goes wrong and its complain complain complain. Both teams played a great game yesterday and whatever happend in the stands had nothing to do with the outcome on the field. Leave that stuff to yourself, what do you benifit from coming on here and doing this? Brewster girls played an amazing game and deserve to move on. If you didnt like the comments move. Away stands are there for a reason, use them. You only have yourself to blame for being in that situation. One of a few girls games iv watched and it was a great one. Good luck to the bears and foxes tomorrow should be a good one. This is what losing feels like town, it happens in life, deal with it. Anyone at the game see the town coach run on to the field and go after the ref ?? Players werent even off the feild yet, classy. For such a successful program you would think they would have a little bit more self control. Both teams played great and it was exciting to watch! But leave all the bs in the stand there, no need for stuff like that here.
Don’t understand why some people cant just make comments without attacking someone or complaning about something. Fl booster had a great post until the end where they had to throw a jab at brewster parents. Im not from either school but maybe not every parent goes on a blog to voice their concerns or opinions. They have better things to do im sure. cant wait for the final should be a great game.
As a spectator at the Yorktown/Brewster game yesterday, I must say that it was a GREAT game played by both teams. It was extremely exciting, as a playoff game should be. Kudos to both teams for playing great, you should both be really proud. In regard to the supposed “rude, disgusting” comments made by the Brewster parents, I must say that comments made by both sides were not atypical of those heard at any sporting event when 2 teams are involved. Of course there were calls made by the refs that both sides didn’t agree on—but when the outcome is what it is, things get exciting. As a supporter of the game, I really wish fans, parents, and spectators, would just let the girls play the game and not resort to bashing each other both before and after games are played, especially when the players read the blog. After watching for so many years, it’s nice to see Brewster’s program come this far. The game on Thursday should be just as great and as exciting as the one yesterday. Best of luck to both the Foxes and the Bears!
A blog is made for people to express their opinions and concerns. Nothing in my comments were disrespectful to anyone involved directly with the play of the game. You don’t have to agree with them, but I have a right to speak out.
It’s amazing how people can read a post and come up with their own interpretation of what’s said. My comments were directed at one group- the parents in the stands. Not the officials, the girls, the coaches or the facility or even about winning or losing- just the parents. It quickly digressed into an attack on the Yorktown program as a whole or the behavior was excused as “it happens everywhere.” So who’s whining “Section 1 girls?”
Folks- bad behavior never should be dismissed, excused or rationalized. It nice to see all of the “level heads” here on a blog, but where were you yesterday when it counted or at any other game that you’ve been at? When a parent is behaving poorly at a game, the responsibility to speak up is then and there, not here when it’s too late. And never should it be justified as “you do it too”- we wouldn’t expect that out of children, no less grown adults.
JJ had it right when they announced at the beginning of the game that poor sportsmanship will not be tolerated. Their AD even warned a parent about comments, so I have a new level of respect for them.
Lax456 and Sec1- Really? It’s my fault that parents don’t have any self-control and can’t stop themselves from being disrespectful to other spectators? I made them behave badly? I said NOTHING to any of them, but that didn’t stop them from attacking me at the game or the program on the blog. Your comments are like blaming the victim in a crime- “you got what you deserved” which is very concerning about your judgment.
FYI- Yorktown has a “visitors” side too, but no one expects or demands that parents sit there or berates the visitors for sitting on the “home” side. When Yorktown played Brewster at Yorktown, a Brewster parent stood on the fence at the 50 yard line right in front of the Yorktown fans. No one told him to sit down or go to “his side.” To their credit, they said nothing to the man- he cheered for his team and disputed close calls. Too bad I wasn’t offered offered that same courtesy.
“disgusted”...I was simply saying that if in fact you felt uncomfortable with where you were sitting during the game you could have acted like the adult you say you are and walked to the other side of the field where you would have been able to view the game without ‘disgust’ and as far as voicing your opinion this is a lacrosse blog, so let’s please talk about lacrosse and the game rather than complaining about fans and things we can’t control. People are going to say what they want but let’s remember we’re all being brought together by one thing and that’s the game of lacrosse.
Lax456 – you are totally correct.
If disgusted is being hassled by rude fans she should move. If not to the other field all by herself then to some other isolation area. After all – it’s those with the loudest voices and the rudest behavior should control sporting events – even to the extent of who sits where. These real fans should not be impeded in any way as their behavior is a part of the game.
Also agree with you that a blog should only be talking about lacrosse. Bad behavior – whether by fans, refs, or coaches is totally off limits. Any posts that mention fans, refs, or coaches should immediately be deleted by Journal News. Only happy thought are allowed. No real discussions where someone might disagree should be allowed in a blog.
im not a player on any of these teams mentioned, but im sitting here laughing to myself about how pathetic “disgusted” and the other commentators sound. this is a HIGH SCHOOL SPORT. not a professional sport, we are not espn commentators. grow up. if you really have nothing better to do then sit on a high school blog page then you really should take up a hobby. i would love to see you pathetic bloggers try and play a lacrosse game and hear all the obnoxious commentating that occurs before/during/after the event, it gets old. so do everyone, including the players, like myself, a huge favor and just support your children by being there for them at the games. dont belittle the other team, scream obnoxiously in the stands about something you probably have no clue to actually do yourself and show some respectable team spirit.
Hoping for some great games tomorrow! Should be quite the showing from all involved.
I wasn’t at the game, but in reading and rereading the blog, I don’t see anyone disputing Disgusted’s accusations so possibly there’s some validity to them. If so, they have a point.
Section One guidelines state that there is to be a pre-game announcement as follows: “It is the objective of , Section One, and the New York State Public High School Athletic Association to have today’s / tonight’s game contested in the most sportsmanlike atmosphere possible. The officials have been instructed to tolerate absolutely no un-sportsmanlike conduct from the players. We ask you the fans to help us reach our objective by conducting yourselves in a sportsmanlike and respectful manner…”
I’m confident that didn’t happen, but the message is that the governing body of the Section expects that parents conduct themselves in a sportsman like manner. Agreed?
The Section One Code of Ethics stipulates that “HOME school shall be responsible to provide adult supervision to adequately control spectators…..” Was there Supervision present? Sounds like there wasn’t.
It goes on to state “...It is recommended that wherever possible spectator areas be on opposite side of the field from the teams…..” So the Section doesn’t prefer to have fans on the same side of the field as the players. So if fans are encouraged to be on the same side and told to behave themselves, I’m struggling to see the rational behind attacking the comments- again, no one said they were wrong, only that they should have moved to avoid them.
You are correct- this is not professional sports, this is interscholastic sports. Therefore, the expectation is that the behavior of the spectators be better not worse than those at a professional event. The spectators in the stands are entitled to attend the game and should expect that the same sportsman like behavior be afforded to them as to the players, officials; etc- the Section clearly states that. Expecting them to move to avoid bad behavior is synonymous to asking a student that’s being picked on to walk a different hallway in school- you’re simply focused on the wrong person. I don’t feel that attacking Disgusted for voicing a concern is the right approach. Sports behavior by players and parents is abysmal. If we’re so concerned about the blog being about the players, then let us spectators set the right example for them by how we conduct ourselves in the stands.
If it can’t be addressed here, where would you expect it to be addressed? Something needs to be done about it, not sweeping it under the rug.
You have got to be kidding. You make some preposterous acquisations against an entire community and all the parents that make up that community, and you make those remarks under some anonymous blog name and defend yourself by hiding behind your right to free speech. Get Real !
I am the proud parent of an athlete and can assure you that she conducts herself with enormous grace and pride. She never trash talks and she treats her teammates and those whom she competes against with enormous respect and consideration. She understands her role as an athlete and conducts herself accordingly. She also understands that she is a reflection of us, her parents, and conducts herself accordingly. That is the way this team conducts itself which makes me suspect as to what really happened.
Kids are what they see and hear. I have to wonder, listening to your antics, if you weren’t or didn’t instigate the problem. Just listen to yourself. Their certainly was alot of yelling going on from both sides, as there always is, whether its here in Brewster or we’re in Yorktown.
I was in the stands and am not sure what happened to you. If you were verbally abused, my sincerest apologies. The only abuse I heard was at a gentlman that was constantly harassing the officials, and it was annoying. Also their were some sarcastic remarks made toward the Yorktown coaching staff who seem to make a point out of trying to protest every call made by the referees, throwing clipboards and screaming under protest,which is a terrible distraction. It’s been going on for years.You don’t think these girls don’t know what’s going on. To suggest that Yorktown or any other competitor are not warned for bad behavior is rediculous and dillusional. You have no idea what our kids have been forced to condone throughout the years and its individuals like you who continue to feed the problem. People don’t verbally abuse othe people for no reason. As I read your blog and listen to your derogatory comments, it’s no wonder you were confronted.
You have taken your anger and your dissappointment out on a group of girl athletes who love to compete in a game called lacrosse. Let them.
Yorktown maintains a long and cherished history of success in lacrosse, but sometimes it just isn’t meant to be.
We’re proud of our girls, how they played and how they conduct themselves both on and off the field. I’m sure you feel the same way about your girls. Let it Be.
Congratulations on a great season and we will see you next year hopefully under better circumstances.
Until then, You Go Girls and Beat Those Foxes
PS To those parents who were gracious enough to congratulate us we thank you and wish your daughters continued success.
Thank you- to “They Have a Point” for understanding and to lax21 for not only validating my point, but completely misrepresenting what I said- again, you blame the victim. We had a feeling that some parents had a chip on your shoulder on Tuesday, and your comments validate that. Nowhere did I mention the girls or the community or even the outcome of the game- just the parents as hosts. Let the officals worry about the coaches- that’s what they’re there for.
The fact that you can’t own up for your behavior towards other parents and even defend it speaks volumes. And you guys attack Yorktown. Go figure.
I believe you are referring to a single confrontation between you and another Brewster parent, with whom there was an exchange of heated words. I and other Brewster parents are sorry for your unpleasant experience at our field. No one was aware of this incident at the time, as both Yorktown and Brewster parents were all cheering for their players and totally involved in a very intense lacrosse game. We just ask that rather than condemn all Brewster parents just be honest and state the facts as they are. Perhaps all the lengthy and negative blogs above could have been avoided.
yorktown fans (the huskers faithful) can yell anything they want at opponents no matter the situation, and I mean anything…but no one can say anything back because yorktown parents will get offended or even disgusted (especially if they are losing). talk about the pot calling the kettle black. no sympathy. sorry. Yorktown fans have a history of horrible behavior in the stands. maybe a brewster parent was out of line, but that doesn’t change 35 years of brutal comments and those awful chants directed at teenage athletes.
second, fox lane will have a home game to wrap up a section title and no one is allowed to have a problem with that either. just ask the fox lane boosters…they will set you straight. whatever happened to picking a neutral site in the event of bad weather?
Once again your dillusional. and hiding behind acquisations that knowone seems to be able to understand. The only victims here are those whom you are attacking, unable to defend themselves because knowone seems to know what happened and so you choose to throw us all into the pot. I have no hard feelings for anyone accept those who cry and make everyone pay for their own hidden agendas, ruining everything for everyone because of their own self centeredness. Do us all a favor and just stay away because some of us would like to just enjoy the game. Obviously there is only so much you can blame others for your anger issues. I know referees that won’t work a Yorktown game because of the abuse they take from the fans and the coaches. That’s what starts all of this in the first place, so don’t try to imply that they are not part of this conversation. People keep trying to reach out to you and you continue to feed the fire with your angry and hateful attitude. This has little to do with the parents as hosts, this has to do with you not being able to come to terms with not getting your way and that’s the reality. I work with past HS athletes. They are great kids which their parents can be proud of. You on the other hand are an embarrassment to everything they work so hard to accomplish and represent. Get a life.
lax 21 – try decaf.
Disgusted – I apologize for idiots like lax21. In such strong denial that they lash out at victims of crime in a delusional belief they are protecting the innocent.
Someone who protests so much in such hateful language is obviously hiding something.
You all need to get real. I thought maybe it was simple jealousy for Yorktown, but as I talk to more and more people, the feedback is pretty consistent that “Brewster parents are the worst.” Maybe it’s you all that are delusional as it’s not “isolated” parents. Your poor sportsmanship is pervasive throughout your community, including your student body. You make it a habit of barking out at the kids, opposing coaches and officials and then defend it as “everyone does it.” It’s so ludicrous and childish that I find it hard to believe that adults are actually posting this stuff. If it’s wrong for ANYONE to do it, it’s wrong for you too. What is that so hard for you to understand? Someone even pointed out the Section One stuff for you, yet on and on you go.
Lax21- you’re ignorance couldn’t be more evident in your grammar and spelling. I’ll give you a pass on possible typo’s, but for the record, it’s “you’re” not “your” and “no one” not “knowone.” Disgusted simply said that they were treated poorly. They didn’t call anyone names, indict the community or disrespect the players. Your and the others attacks on them and you continued defense on what’s indefensible behavior gives their post credibility and is a very poor reflection on your program. I’m sure that you’ll turn your anger on me now, but that will be par for the course.
Parents, please please stop the hate and end these ridiculous blogs NOW. Move on already.
laxparent – you are totally correct.
Sweep this under the rug. Protect the guilty by moving on. Let the hateful get away with lies and dont respond.
If you want action then file a complaint with section 1 administrators – what a second – ooops – there is no procedure to do that.
If “Disgusted” is still out there I have some information for him he might wanna know. Went to the finals and talked to the Brewster AD who is a close friend of mine and many parents as I live in the community and I had asked about the actions at the game. Several sources revealed that there was ONE parent saying things, ONE Parent. Does that make it right? No, however don’t throw a entire population of a community under the bus for one stupid parent. And the AD was there to settle things and solve the problem. Again sounds like a sore loser, but its over so it really doesnt matter.
Wow. Talk about a credibility killer. You go from yesterday where you’re “…….not a Brewster parent” and calling people from Yorktown “yuppies” to today where “I live in the community…” of Brewster and who’s close friends of the AD? Geez, no bias there. If that’s what the AD said, then respectfully, they’re as misinformed as you.
If you actually read what I said and stopped letting your own bias cloud your thoughts, you’ll see that I said SOME parents- not the entire community. And it wasn’t one incident with one parent- even the posts on this blog admit that parents were barking at the Yorktown coach and others defended it, so you can’t possibly be serious in what you’re saying or intellectually honest.
How does someone connect a comment about rude and bad behavior to a “sore loser?” I never mentioned the outcome of the game, did I- so your attempts to deflect attention away from the issue and for those parents parents behaving poorly to skirt responsibility are weak and inconsistent with what I said.
I’m curious- where’s your condemnation of the posts that accuse the Yorktown community of poor behavior for 35 years when your logic now is for me not to throw everyone under the bus for the behavior of a few parents- when that’s NOT even what I did? It’s as silent today as those parents that sat there on Tuesday and allowed the poorly behaving parents to say what they were saying. Where were all of the level headed parents on Tuesday? Like church mice.
I can’t speak for 35 years of stuff- but I can speak for this year and I can say emphatically that the Brewster parents were treated with respect when they were at our field. I told you once already- a Brewster parent stood right in front of the Yorktown parents at the game a few weeks back and was vocal with cheers and disputes of calls. No one told him to move to “his side”, sit down or be quiet- that’s respect. Yet that same guy was one of the parents being obnoxious to Yorktown parents at Brewster. But I’m a sore loser to ask for that same treatment in return- right?
This whole line of posts could have been adverted if in the beginning if just one person said, “you know what, what happened to you is wrong and on behalf of Brewster, I apologize.” What we got instead was defense of it- that I somehow deserved it because I didn’t sit where you wanted me to, an attack on me, the coaches, the history of the program and the entire Yorktown community. Maybe you shouldn’t throw stones and start to practice what you preach.
Husker for Life,
If you look closely, Lax1 and Lax 21 are different users….so maybe you should start by not attacking someone else as I am sure if Lax 21 had an issue with what you are writing they would not change their username since they haven’t the entire thread. Secondly, the parents of Brewster did apologize to you. If you re-read this entire thread you will see that (see laxparent). Again, we apologize for the experience you had at the Brewster field. To continue with the same issue for the third straight day is tiresome. We are sorry-plain and simple-and hope you never have to experience it again, at Brewster or any field for that matter. Also, to note—there was camaraderie between both the Brewster and Yorktown players after the game, which demonstrates the character of both the children AND their parents immensely—be proud of that.
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