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O’Fallon Township. JV ROSTER. Boys Lacrosse …..the fastest game on two feet!. VARSITY ROSTER. Coaching Staff. The 2012 Boys Lacrosse Booster Organization thanks you for your continued support! Go Panthers!. Captains *. www.ofallonlacrosse.com. Boys Lacrosse Rules The Basics

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O’Fallon Township

JV ROSTER

Boys Lacrosse

…..the fastest game on two feet!

VARSITY ROSTER

Coaching Staff

The 2012 Boys Lacrosse Booster Organization thanks you for your

continued support!

Go Panthers!

Captains *

www.ofallonlacrosse.com

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Boys Lacrosse Rules

The Basics

Boys lacrosse is a contact game played

by ten players: 1 goalie, 3 defensemen,

3 midfielders & 3 attackmen.

** Each team must keep at least 4 players, including the goalie, in its defensive half of the field & 3 in its offensive half. Three players (midfielders) may roam the entire field.

** The game starts with a face-off. A face-off occurs at the start of each period and after every goal. The players take their positions on-field then players vie for the ball at center-field. Only the players on the wings can help.

** High school games are 48 minutes long, with 12 minute quarters. Halftime is 10 minutes long, and teams change sides between periods. Each team has 2 time-outs per half; each time-out is 2 minutes.

** There are personal fouls & technical fouls in boys lacrosse. The penalty for a personal foul is 1 to 3 minute suspension for the player committing the foul & possession of the ball is given to the team that was fouled. Players with 5 personal fouls are ejected. Technical fouls incur a thirty-second suspension of the player committing the foul if a team is in possession of the ball when the foul is committed, or possession of the ball to the team that was fouled if there was no possession when the foul was committed.

Some of the Personal Fouls:

Slashing:

When a player's stick viciously contacts an opponent in any area other than the stick gloved hand onto the stick.

Tripping:

Occurs when a player obstructs his opponent at or below the waist with the crosse, hands, arms, feet or legs.

Cross Checking:

Occurs when a player uses the handle of his crosse between his hands to make contact with an opponent.

Unsportsmanlike Conduct:

Occurs when any player or coach commits an act which is considered unsportsmanlike by an official, including taunting, arguing, or obscene language or gestures.

Unnecessary Roughness:

Occurs when a player strikes an opponent with his stick or body using excessive force.

Illegal Crosse:

Occurs when a player uses a crosse that does not conform to required specifications. A crosse may be found illegal if the pocket is too deep or if any other part of the crosse was altered to gain an advantage.

Illegal Body Checking:

Occurs when any of the following takes place:

a. body checking an opponent who is not in

possession of the ball or within 5 yards of a loose ball.b. avoidable body check of an opponent after he has passed or shot the ball.

Some of the Technical Fouls:

Holding:

When a player impedes the movement of an opponent or an opponent's crosse.

Interference:

When a player interferes with the free movement of an opponent, except when that opponent has possession of the ball, the ball is in flight and within five yards of the player, or both players are within five yards of a loose ball.

Offsides:

When a team does not have at least four players on its defensive side of the midfield line or three players on its offensive side of midfield line.

Pushing:

Occurs when a player thrusts or shoves a player from behind.

Screening:

When an offensive player moves into and makes contact with a defensive player with the purpose of blocking him from the man he is defending.