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2013 P.L.A.Y . GIRLS LACROSSE PARENT MEETING. Mission Statement. Develop an organization that projects a positive image by developing players, showing respect and being committed to fair play while maximizing participation for all and ensuring that all players have fun. Lacrosse Board .

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2013

P.L.A.Y. GIRLS LACROSSE

PARENT MEETING

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Mission Statement

Develop an organization that projects a positive image by developing players, showing respect and being committed to fair play while maximizing participation for all and ensuring that all players have fun.

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Lacrosse Board

Hugh Gilpatric Vice President of Lacrosse

Wayne Wiederhoeft Director of Boys Lacrosse

Kelly Robbins Director of Girls Lacrosse

Nick Herschi Director of Winter Lacrosse

Sue WiederhoeftRegistration Coordinator

Melissa Will Scheduling Coordinator

Dawn Barnard Equipment Coordinator

Dan Gratz Co-Tournament Coordinator

Kris Gratz Co-Tournament Coordinator

Sherri Ebhardt Treasurer

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Lacrosse Board Other Positions

Girl’s Program

Scott Bloedow 3/4 Grade Level Coordinator

Christine Kropp 5/6 Grade Level Coordinator

Jackie Leutbounshou 7/8 Grade Level Coordinator

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Program Growth - Players

Spring

2008 - 22 players

2009 - 22 Players

2010 – 45 Players

2011 - 140 Players- 35 Girls

2012 - 192 Players- 52 Girls

2013- 61 Girls

Summer

2008 - 145 players

2009 - 190 Players

2010 – 252 Players

2011 - 322 Players

2012 - 339 Players

2011 vs. 2012 Summer

3/4 14 to 24

5/6 23 to 32

7/8 35 to 35

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Program Growth - Teams

Teams 2011 Season

3/4 Girls – 1

5/6 Girls – 2

7/8 Girls – 2

1/2 In house - 2

3/4 Boys – 3

5/6 Boys – 5

7/8 Boys – 3

Total – 18

Teams 2012 Season

3/4 Girls – 2

5/6 Girls –2

7/8 Girls – 2

1/2 In house – 2

3/4 Boys – 3

5/6 Boys – 4

7/8 Boys – 4

Total – 19

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Growing Success

  • Girls 3/4 – State Champs!
  • Girls 7/8 Navy – State Champs!
  • Girls 7/8 Gold – Finish in top 4 in state!
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What is PCA:

  • (POSITIVE COACHING ALLIANCE)
  • Trifecta Goal – Players, Coaches, Parents
  • Teach
  • E.L.M. – Effort, Learning, Mistakes
  • R.O.O.T.S. - Respect the Rules, Opponents, Officials, Teammates, Self
  • Fill Emotional Tanks – Buddy system so they are coaching and teaching each other.
  • STRIVE to WINon the scoreboard – but also WIN in “Honoring the Game”
  • Mid Year Assessment of coaches
  • Required training for coaches
  • Double Goal Parent handout
  • No one cares how much you know until.... they know how much you care 
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Player Objectives:

  • 3rd /4th Grade Levels:
    • Skills
    • Fundamentals
    • Game Strategy Introduction
  • 5th / 6th Grade Levels:
    • Skills
    • Fundamentals
    • Game Strategy
  • 7th / 8th Grade Levels:
    • Skills
    • Fundamentals
    • Game Strategy Progression
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Expectations:

  • Respect
    • Coaches, Officials, Fans and Teammates
  • Effort
    • create habits, attend practices/games
  • Compete to Win
    • Best effort – Never Give up – Position to succeed
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Spring Teams:

  • Practices
  • First practice Tuesday, March 5th at 5:00 PM at the Savage Dome
  • The following week start Tuesday and Thursday schedule
  • Tuesday at the Dome and Thursday at Redtail Ridge gym
  • Games
  • Games – in April and May
  • Game day events on April 13th and April 27th at the Savage Dome
  • Uniforms
  • New plan for 2013!
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Our Fields

  • Spring Fields
  • Sands (at TOMS)
  • Redtail Ridge
  • Savage Dome
  • Laker Field
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Parent Volunteers:

  • Games:
    • Sideline parent
    • Score keeper / Time keeper
  • Team:
    • Team parent – assign volunteers, assist in communications,
        • Assists coach with rescheduling games/practices
  • ALL FAMILIES ARE EXPECTED TO VOLUNTEER
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Attendance:

  • Attendance is expected at all games/practices
  • Player’s Responsibility:
  • Absences - contact the coach as soon as you know - illness, vacations, etc.
  • Parent’s Responsibility:
  • Watch the weather
    • Contact Team Parent
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Communications:

  • Email:
    • THIS WILL BE A KEY FORM OF COMMUNICATION
    • Update PLAY website with all email addresses
    • Field Condition Hotline - 952-447-9825
youth lax resources
Youth LAX Resources:
  • P.L.A.Y website
  • MSSLax website
  • uslacrosse.org
  • YouTube
youth lax girl s equipment
Youth Lax Girl’s Equipment:

Required:

  • Lacrosse Stick (Crosse)
      • 35 ½ – 43 ¼ inches long
      • Plastic, titanium, or aluminum
      • Head can NOT have a deep pocket
  • Goggles – Required All practices and games
  • Mouth guard (colored) – Required All practices and games

Goalie Equipment is provided

    • Goalie stick, protective pads, chest and throat protector, padded shorts, shin guards, helmet with facemask, throat protector.

Optional:

    • Cleats and Gloves
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(2) 20/25 Minute Halves

11 players on the field plus the goalie

Center/Draw

Restraining lines

Goal Crease

8 meter Arc

12 meter Arc

Critical Shooting space

3 4 grade level
3/4 Grade Level

3rd/4th grade league

  • Following the USLacrosse Level C Rules
  • 7 field players, use of a goal keeper is optional. 
  • Field size: 50 yds. x 25 yds. is recommended. 
  • 8m arc, no 12m fan, no restraining line, center line (no circle). 
  • Youth sticks (mesh allowed) or regular women’s crosse, modified pocket. 
  • No checking. 
  • 20-minute halves (max.), running time. 
  • May not shoot from any free position, unless using a goalkeeper or modifiedgoal opening.
rules specific to youth 5 th 6 th 7 th 8 th
Rules Specific to Youth 5th /6th7th /8th
  • 5th/6th Grade
    • No stick checking
  • 7th /8th Grade
      • Modified stick checking-stick is below shoulder level, check is downward direction
  • Regulation Stick Pocket
  • Player’s body or stick can not cross the crease
  • 4 goal lead rule (US Lacrosse rule)
    • if you lead by 4 goals the other team gets the ball instead of a center draw
  • 8 goal lead rule (MSSLax rule)
    • "if your team leads by 8 or more points, your players must complete 3 passes before shooting on goal AND the other team gets the ball on the draw
  • Youth 3 Seconds - Rule: “ No holding the ball for more than 3 seconds when closely guarded and the defense has both hands on her stick and is in position to legally check were checking allowed”
youth girl lacrosse fouls
Youth Girl Lacrosse Fouls

MINOR FOULS

  • Covering
  • Empty Stick Check
  • Body ball
  • Illegal Crosse
  • Jewelry
  • Delay of Game- creeping
  • Delay of Game- no mouth guard
  • Delay of Game- no eye protection
  • Illegal substitute
  • Play from out of bounds

MAJOR FOULS

  • Dangerous/rough check- 7 inch bubble
  • Check to the head-mandatory card
  • Slashing- man. card
  • Holding
  • Charging
  • Forcing Through
  • Shooting Space3 Seconds
  • Dangerous propelling (at field player), Man. Card
  • Dangerous follow through, Man. Card
  • Dangerous Shot- at goalie
  • Crosse to body
  • If a player commits a minor foul, she is placed 4 meters away from where the foul was committed, and play resumes.
  • The penalty for a major foul is called a "free position." If a girl commits a major foul, she is placed 4 meters behind the player she fouled, who is allowed to take a free position.
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