GELL Scoring and Timing. Lauren Alonzo firstname.lastname@example.org Rob Moon email@example.com. The Sideline Trio. Scorekeeper Game Score Penalties Time Outs Spotter Calls out statistics Timer (Home Games Only) Game Time Penalty Time. Equipment. Home Team
GELLScoring and Timing
Lauren Alonzo firstname.lastname@example.org
Rob Moon email@example.com
Calls out statistics
Extras: portable score board
Youth Locker #7
Kirkland Lacrosse Center
HS and 7/8 A
5/6 & 7/8B
Timer calls out game time at :
Before the game, ask the ref what times they want called out to them
ie: 2:40 minute warning at last quarter
Sometimes coaches ask you to call the time at certain points of the game.
There is an APP for that
Penalty time is regulated by timer. Count out loud to the player during last 10 seconds. state “ release”…to allow him back into game. (“…3,2,1,release”)
Penalty time runs with game time. If the game clock is stopped (a whistle is blown) then the penalty time is stopped.
If there is still time on a penalty at the end of the quarter, the player finishes serving it at the beginning of the next quarter.
Releasable vs Non-releaseable:
Most penalties are releasable. If the OTHER team scores, the penalty is released no matter how much time is remaining.
Typically for unsportsmanlike conduct. This penalty has to be served in entirety.
Other (depends on coach)
** TO DO **
Label template Avery 8165
# Player First, Last
Length of penalty
Ref will come to the table with
78 / 56
Laminated sheet listing fouls will be kept with home team set up equipment
For HS only:
A player or coach receiving two non-releasable unsportsmanlike conduct fouls is expelled from the game. Notify the officials when a player receives his second non-releasable USC penalty.
Ask your coach what he wants
Offensive player propels ball towards goal with intent to score
Even if ball is not on target, if the intent was to score it is a shot
kicking is ok
Ball is propelled by offensive player into goal
Direct pass to a teammate who scores without dodging or evading an opponent other than the goalie in the crease.
1. Document game time / Quarter
2. Player # scoring
3. Player # assisting
Some teams use the upper right box for type of shot
Ball is stopped or deflected by the goalkeeper using stick or body when the ball would otherwise enter the goal
On a face off, there is almost ALWAYS a ground ball
Face offs are a team stat
Clears: Cleared / Failed
Extra Man: Scored / Failed
If you are the home team, the officials must sign your book