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2014 Preseason Lacrosse Official’s Clinic Clinic #3: Rule 4 – Play of The Game, Continued. Rule 4 Play of The Game. (Page 28 in NFHS 2014 Rules Book). SECTION 3 FACING OFF

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2014 Preseason

Lacrosse Official’s Clinic

Clinic #3:

Rule 4 – Play of The Game, Continued

page 28 in nfhs 2014 rules book
Rule 4 Play of The Game(Page 28 in NFHS 2014 Rules Book)

SECTION 3 FACING OFF

ART. 1 . . . Play shall be started at the beginning of each period and after each goal by facing the ball at the Center. EXCEPTIONS:

1.In the event of an extra-man situation or a flag-down creating an extra-man situation at the conclusion of any period,the next period shall be commenced by awarding possession of the ball in the same relative position on the field to the team that had possession of the ball (or is entitled to possession by a play-on) at the conclusion of the prior period. However, if the period ends with no team in possession, except in the previously mentioned flag-down situation, the ball shall be faced with all the normal restrictions.

page 33 in nfhs 2014 rules book
Rule 4 Play of The Game(Page 33 in NFHS 2014 Rules Book)

SECTION 5 PLAY OF THE BALL DEFINITIONS

  • Restart
  • Player possession
  • Team possession
  • Loose ball
  • Completed Pass
  • Ball in flight
  • Clear
  • Shot
  • Airborne Player

Can you define each of the above?

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SECTION 6 OUT OF BOUNDS

(Page 34 in NFHS 2014 Rules Book)

Art. 3 . . . c. When a loose ball goes out of bounds as a result of a shot or deflected shot at the goal, it shall be awarded to the team that had an inbounds player's body nearest to the ball when it became an out-of-bounds ball, at the point where it was declared out of bounds. If two inbound players of opposite teams are equidistant from the ball when it goes out of bounds, play shall resume according to the alternate-possession rule. In determining which player is nearest, the ball is considered out of bounds when it crosses the plane of the end line or sideline.

NOTE: For the purpose of this rule, the stick is not considered a part of a player's body.

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SECTION 7 BALL CAUGHT IN CROSS OR EQUIPMENT

(Page 27 in NFHS 2014 Rules Book)

  • ART. 1 . . . If at any point the ball becomes stuck in the front or back of the crosse, there shall be an immediate whistle and the ball awarded to the opposing team. This rule applies when a player loses his crosse and the ball remains in or under the head of the crosse.
  • Stuck in crosse: immediate whistle, ball awarded to opposing team. There is no wording about “two tries to get it out”.
  • Caught in uniform – awarded by AP
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SECTION 8 GOAL SCORED

(Page 36 in NFHS 2014 Rules Book)

SECTION 9 GOAL NOT COUNTED

(Page 36 in NFHS 2014 Rules Book)

A goal is scored when a loose ball passes from the front, completely through the imaginary plane formed by the rear edges of the goal line, the goal posts and the crossbar of the goal, regardless of who supplied the impetus.

4.8 Situation A:

A1 takes a shot. When the ball is within five yards of B2, A2 legally body checks B2 into goalkeeper. Ball enters goal. RULING: What’s your call?

4.8 Situation B:

A1, in his attack half of the field, is fouled by B1, whereupon the official blows the whistle and A1 shoots, scoring a goal. RULING: What’s your call?

4.8 Situation C:

Ball goes off the foot or any other part of the body of a player and into the goal. RULING: What’s your call?

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HOME

VISITOR

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Is this offsides?

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Rule 4 Play of The Game

SECTION 10 OFFSIDE

(Page 37 in NFHS 2014 Rules Book)

ART.1 … A team is considered offside when it has:  

a. more than six players in its offensive half of the field (between the

centerline and the end line) including players in the penalty  box,

or 

b. more than seven players in its defensive half of the field (between

the centerline and the end line) including players in the penalty

box. 

Rationale:  The unfair advantage in an offside situation is created by too many players on one side of the field- not too few.  This change lets the foul reflect the unfair advantage; and minimizes risk by allowing officials to "count forward," keeping their attention on the active side of the field.

Mechanic Note: count forward!

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Note change for 2014: There is no free clear for offsides.

The wording was removed from the Rules Book.

Play should be restarted per Rule 7, Section 3 … Where the ball was when the whistle blew, or laterally outside the box.

SECTION 11 OFFSIDE ENFORCEMENT

(Page 38 in NFHS 2014 Rules Book, NO FREE CLEAR)

SECTION 12 OFFSIDE, GOAL SCORED

(Page 38 in NFHS 2014 Rules Book)

What’s your call -- a: offense is offside? b: defense is offside?

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SECTION 13 ADVANCING THE BALL BEYOND THE CENTER LINE

(Page 39 in NFHS 2014 Rules Book)

How much time do they have to cross the midfield line?

Situations?

SECTION 14 ADVANCING THE BALL INTO GOAL AREA

(Page 39 in NFHS 2014 Rules Book)

How much time do they have to get the ball in the box?

Situations?

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SECTION 15 BODY CHECING

(Page 40 in NFHS 2014 Rules Book)

Body checking of an opponent in possession of the ball or within five yards of a loose ball or when the ball in flight is within five yards of the player, from the front or side above the waist and below the neck, is legal. To be legal, a body check shall be below the neck, and both hands of the player applying the check shall remain in contact with the crosse.

SECTION 16 CHECKING WITH THE CROSSE

(Page 40 in NFHS 2014 Rules Book)

Checking an opponent's crosse with his own crosse when that opponent has possession of the ball or is within five yards of a loose ball or when the ball in flight is within five yards of the player, is legal.

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SECTION 17 OFFENSIVE SCREENING

(Page 40 in NFHS 2014 Rules Book)

SECTION 18 GOAL-CREASE PRIVILEGES

(Pages 40-42 in NFHS 2014 Rules Book)

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SECTION 19 GOAL-CREASE PROHIBITIONS

(Pages 42-44 in NFHS 2014 Rules Book)

SECTION 20 BALL OUT OF PLAY IN GOAL-CREASE AREA

(Page 44 in NFHS 2014 Rules Book)

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SECTION 21 SUBSTITUTION PROCEDURES

(Pages 44-45 in NFHS 2014 Rules Book)

SECTION 22 RESTARTS WHEN REGULAR SUBSTITUTION IS PROHIBITED

(Page 45 in NFHS 2014 Rules Book)

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SECTION 23 CHANGE OF GOALS

(Page 46 in NFHS 2014 Rules Book)

SECTION 24 OFFICIAL’S TIME-OUTS

(Page 46 in NFHS 2014 Rules Book)

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SECTION 25 TEAM TIME-OUTS

(Page 48 in NFHS 2014 Rules Book)

SECTION 26 RESTARTS FOLLOWING A TIME-OUT

(Page 49 in NFHS 2014 Rules Book)

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SECTION 27 ILLEGAL EQUIPMENT – REQUEST FOR OFFICIAL’S INSPECTIONS

(Page 49 in NFHS 2014 Rules Book)

SECTION 28 ILLEGAL NUMBER OF LONG CROSSES – REQUEST FOR A COUNT

(Page 50 in NFHS 2014 Rules Book)

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SECTION 29 SUDDEN-VICTORY OVERTIME PLAY

(Page 50 in NFHS 2014 Rules Book)

SECTION 30 ALTERNATE POSSESSION

(Page 51 in NFHS 2014 Rules Book)

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SECTION 31 GET IT IN/KEEP IT IN

(Page 51 in NFHS 2014 Rules Book)

In certain situations, a "get it in/keep it in" command will be administered by game officials.

a. "Get It In." This warning is used when the ball is outside the goal area. An official signals and verbally announces "get it in." The team in possession must advance the ball into the goal area within 10 seconds and keep it in the goal area.

b. "Keep It In." This warning is used when the ball is inside the goal area. An official signals and verbally announces "keep it in." The team in possession must keep the ball in the goal area.

c. "Get It In/Keep It In" situations are:

What are the three situations where the offensive team must "Get It In/Keep It In" ?

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