Tournament Details

  • All games will follow US Lacrosse rules.
  • Appropriate Conduct: Please ensure that the coaches, parents and players are always appropriate to other teams, coaches, players and referees. Any foul language, inappropriate comments will not be tolerated and people may be asked to leave the school property.

Game Duration

  • All games will consist of two (2) twenty-minute running time halves, with a five minute halftime period.
  • Games will start as close to the top of each hour as possible.
    To keep the schedule, there is very little warm-up time allowed before each game. Be prepared to play when you step on the field.
  • Time Outs: Teams will have one (1) two minute timeout per game. Game clock does not stop.
  • Injury: Play will stop in event of an injury. Game clock will continue to run. Injured players must leave the field until the next scheduled substitution and shall be replaced by another player. If injury occurs in last five minutes of play, the referees can extend the game no more than one minute at their discretion.
  • Overtime: Sudden Victory – In the event of a tie at the end of regulation time, Two (2) three minute overtime periods.

Game Format and Rules

12U (5th and 6th Grade)

  • 12v12 (full field) includes goalies
  • Modified checking (below shoulder)
  • Draw after goals – Mercy rule applies, unless waived by the losing team coach
  • No follow-through into goal circle on shot
  • No goals per player limit
  • No minimum pass rule
  • Cards: A player will serve 2 minutes for a yellow card and serve the
    duration of the game for a red card. Cards are non-releasable.
    Teams play short for duration of penalty.


14U (7th and 8th Grade)

  • 12v12 (full field) includes goalies
  • Transitional checking
  • Draw after goals – Mercy rule applies, unless waived by the losing team coach
  • No follow-through into goal circle on shot
  • No minimum pass rule
  • No goals per player limit
  • Cards: A player will serve 2 minutes for a yellow card and serve the
    duration of the game for a red card. Cards are non-releasable.
    Teams play short for duration of penalty.

Reporting scores

  • Winning team reports score at the end of the game to the central information tent (located North of the Back Field).

Field locations

  • Front Field – (in front of the school), immediately West of the building
  • Back Field – (in back of school), immediately East of the building
  • Upper Field – (directly behind Baseball Field), high field East of the Bback Field.
  • The Pit – directly East of Baseball Field