Man, it really depends. We lost to Hermantown in the Squirt International in the round of 16. They came out flying. We spent a lot of time talking before the game to their head coach, Jon Francisco and he was super nice and complimentary of getting to play in Fargo. After the game, he told us we were the best team they had played all year and they had the game of their season. I was pulling for them to win and they ran out of gas against Minnetonka in the round of 8.Tiggsy wrote: ↑Wed Mar 20 10:58 amRandom general question.
Does it make you or kids feel better or worse to see the team that knocked them out of a tournament do well? The team that ended Jr's season in went on to win state. Does that make you feel better that you were beaten by the best, or upset because you want to see them punished by losing right away for taking you out? Heard both arguments and Jr. doesn't seem to sure.
Now, we played Chaska-Chanhassen in 2 tournaments this year (Monticello and Squirtacular) and tied them in Monticello and lost 2-1 in the Squirtacular. They went on to win both tournaments. Their team and coaches were fine, but their parents were asses. I loved how they fell apart the end of the season.
Long answer I know, it just depends. I would say for the most part, I would want to see the team that beat us do well because then you know you losing to them wasn't a fluke.