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Old 07-29-2013
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She never said she would be moving on but they would never had given her the chance with the good old boys around.
For what it's worth, I remember hearing this complaint during the interview process from parents within the community. So maybe what is perceived here is as strong as it is because there's some level of truth to it.

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Move on already!
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Totally agree. HS soccer is a joke
you must be one of the lucky D1 college parents.... go play club year round and only post on
clubs...if you hate hs don't read the post on HS....some athletes only enjoy HS...let them
have fun ...
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Nashoba is the team to beat. Shrewsbury lost a few good players will rebuild in a year or two. Wachusett lost a few good players also but it will take at least two or three years to build something they won't be in it to win it this coming season. But the crazy parents will be seeing the stars. Gonk will give Nashoba a run for their money lost a few good players but the bench is well covered to handle the transition. Westboro is always on the bubble will have to see what they bring in. Holy Name has young players to watch and should give a to beating to Wachusett and Shrewsbury but no match for Gonk.
I've watched Nashoba before and I beg to differ that they are the team to beat. They will likely go .500 on the girls side. I'd say based on the talent available, wachusett has a great chance of running away with things since they pull from 5 or 6 towns.
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I've watched Nashoba before and I beg to differ that they are the team to beat. They will likely go .500 on the girls side. I'd say based on the talent available, wachusett has a great chance of running away with things since they pull from 5 or 6 towns.
I'm guessing this post was a joke to spark the Wachusett parent bashing. But maybe it's serious...

None of the major Mid Wach schools have significantly changed in size in recent years (enrollment might go up 1-2% per year). So Wachusett has basically been twice the size of Nashoba for as long as all the kids who just graduated attended the schools (with Gonk and Shrewsbury in between).

With your logic, Wachusett should have dominated purely on size every year that Nashoba, Algonquin and Shrewsbury were winning instead.

Did Nashoba get hurt by their graduating class? I expect them to not be as good simply because they had a great senior class, but .500? That's a stretch. Does Wachusett have some good younger players that will make them better? I think so, but "great chance of running away with it?" That's another big stretch, since Nashoba didn't even do that last year (needing OT to beat Gonk 1-0 in the district finals).
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I've watched Nashoba before and I beg to differ that they are the team to beat. They will likely go .500 on the girls side. I'd say based on the talent available, wachusett has a great chance of running away with things since they pull from 5 or 6 towns.
No team is going to run away with things. I'm a Wachusett parent. The team is young, but they should make districts. They will be better than last year, but will not run away things. Just a silly statement trying to stir the pot (I know... shocking on this site). When they don't know exactly how many towns are in the Wachusett Region that is a tell tail sign right there.

Second year for their coach and things look bright for this year and the future.

Should be some good games between Nashoba, Gonk and Wachusetts.

Best of luck to all!
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They should do well in their league. Fairly significant losses to graduation for a number of the Hockomock teams.
Marshfield is the team to beat again in the South. Always close, this year will be the one that's goes over the top. Feehan in the Southeast and Mansfield in the HBM. NDA also in the group.
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