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-US LACROSSE CERTIFIED OFFICIALS-
-AGE VERIFICATION/ROSTER CHECKS-
-PRIZES AND GIVEAWAYS-
-EVENT TSHIRTS-
-TROPHIES AND MORE!-

OUR GOAL IS TO PUT ON THE BEST EVENTS IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. SCHEDULES PUT OUT WELL AHEAD OF TIME THAT DON'T CHANGE. PLAYOFF BRACKETS THAT DON'T CHANGE. CERTIFIED OFFICIALS. A GREAT ATMOSPHERE FOR KIDS, PARENTS, AND COACHES.  ALL FOR AN AFFORDABLE PRICE. 

TEAMS WILL PLAY 4 GAMES EACH
EACH GAME IS 2- 15 MINUTE RUNNING HALFS
5 MINUTE HALF TIME
EACH TEAM HAS 1- 2 MINUTE TIME OUT PER GAME
OT'S GO TO BRAVEHEART- 3 MINUTES


DIVISIONS

HS and HS Elite play NHFS Rules.

US Lacrosse Rules will be enforced except as modified below.  US lacrosse rules state that the age of a player has to be under the division age by August 31st.  They must be 12 years old or younger as of August 31st of that year.

 

-PLAYERS MUST BE AGE APPROPRIATE FOR THEIR DIVISION. TEAMS VIOLATING THE RULES WILL BE DISQUALIFIED.

 

-ELLIGIBILITY CAN BE VERIFIED WITH TOURNAMENT PRIOR TO START OF PLAY.  IF A TEAM STARTS PLAY WITH AN IN-ELLIGIBILE PLAYER, THE TEAM WILL FACE DQ.

 

Boys - 10v10

  • HS Elite-Geared towards Varsity and “All-Star” type programs.
  • High School- JV Level Competition- All Current HS students are eligible.
  • U15 – All Players must be 14 or under until Aug 31st.
  • U13 – All Players must be 12 or under until Aug 31st  
  • U11 - All Players must be 10 or under until Aug 31st  

8v8 w/goalie, smaller field

  • U9  - All Players must be 8 or under until Aug 31st     

 

Girls - 12v12

  • HS Elite-Geared towards Varsity and “All-Star” type programs.
  • High School- JV Level Competition- All Current HS students are eligible
  • Girls Middle School- 6/7/8th grade eligible.
  • U13 – All Players must be 12 or under until Aug 31st  
  • U11 - All Players must be 10 or under until Aug 31st  

8v8 w/goalie, smaller field

  • U9  - All Players must be 8 or under until Aug 31st     

CLOCK 

Games will start according to schedule time

The last two (2) minutes will be stopped-time if there is a four (4) goal or less differential.
5 minute halftime
One :30 timeout per team, per game- STOPS CLOCK

Refs will keep the game time, score table will keep penalty time
During an injury timeout the clock runs. Refs may use discretion to stop clock for prolonged injury timeouts.
Refs may start/end halves early to keep games on schedule, as long as both coaches are made aware.
Stalling rules are in effect during the last two minutes of the game. The winning team must keep the ball in the attack area (box).

Non-HS DIVISIONS
NO COUNTS or “IN & OUT” except for the last 2 minutes when COUNTS (10 & 20 second) and “IN & OUT” (refers to the need for team that is up to keep it in the box) will be in effect for the winning team.

U9: 

- no mandatory pass rule to start games unless coaches agree to implement one.  

- A mandatory pass rule may be implemented during the game per Referee's discretion and/or coaches agree.

- Mandatory pass rule - Upon possession of the ball, the offensive team must start and complete a pass within the offensive side of the field before a goal will be counted.

- Upon completing the required number of passes, the ball is "Hot" and any goal scored will be counted.

- The ball is "Hot" as long as the chain of possession has not been broken. For example

1. Ball is "Hot".  Ball is checked out of stick and falls on the ground.  Offensive team scoops ball up, thus maintains possession.  Ball is still "Hot".

-If a goal is scored before the required number of completed passes, the goal will not count and will result in a turnover and a free clear at the midfield

- 6 goal mercy rule, except in playoffs.


PENALTIES
Running time
45 second technical foul

90 second personal foul

Unsportsmanlike penalties time is doubled.

A player or coach ejected by the Field Marshal or referee is not permitted to play in the next game and based on the determination of the referee(s) and/or Tournament Directors can be asked to leave the event.

SCORE 

Each game will have an unofficial Score Keeper who will record every goal and update the scoreboard.  The official score will be kept by the Referee.  At the conclusion of the game the referees and the Score Keeper will confirm the final score. Once confirmed, the score card will be marked Final and scores will be called in to Main Tent.  All final score cards will be given to the Field Marshall and brought to the Main Tent. 

POINTS- All Games go to Braveheart to finish- No Ties.
Win = 3 pts

Loss in Braveheart=1

Loss = 0 pts

For tournament standings, the following sequence will be followed to determine tie breaker:
1. Head-to-Head (if only two teams are tied)
2. Least Goals Allowed
3. Net Goal Differential
4. Coin Toss
If there is a tie in the playoffs 1st OT= 4 min sudden death, 2nd OT= another 4 min sudden death.  If still tied after 2nd OT a Braveheart will be used.



ROSTERS
Rosters are set for each tournament. Teams may not move or transfer players between teams within or outside the club regardless of eligibility. Once a player has been assigned and accepted for a particular team, that player may only participate on that team at that specific tournament.

A player(s) may be disqualified for any of the following violations:
>Player not listed on the teams tourney roster, or of in-appropriate age for division.
>Player participating on more than one team
>New players not listed on the teams roster

DISPUTES
Tournament Director decision are final.

REFUND POLICY
No refund of any kind for any team that registers and withdraws within 90 days or less prior to the tournament.

 
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