Youth lacrosse club for boys and girls aged 6 to 15 serving all of Lee County, Florida with practices in Fort Myers and games in Naples, Estero, and Sarasota.

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No player shall be allowed to participate if any piece of equipment is missing, including mouth guard.

The 6U, 8U & 10U  teams will typically practice Tuesday and Thursday evenings 6:30pm - 8:00pm, players are required to be on the field ready for practice at 6:30pm.  Games will be held on Saturdays (on occasion there may be a game during the week), players are to arrive 30 minutes prior to a scheduled game.  DUE TO FIELD RESTRICTIONS FALL OUT 2016 PRACTICES WILL ONLY BE HELD ON TUESDAYS AND THUR OR FRI AT COACHES DISCRETION. 
 

The following game parameters will apply:

The 6U Division is for boys 6 years or younger on August 31st preceding competition.

Players: 3v3 with no goalie
Field Size: 60 yards x 35 yards (cross field)
Equipment: Sticks only, soft-type ball
Goal Size: 3 feet by 3 feet
Penalties: Player leaves the field. No time-serving penalties. Penalties used as a teachable moment to explain the foul that has been committed.
Body Checking: No body to body contact is permitted.
Stick Checking: Stick to stick contact is not permitted

 

The 8U Division is for boys 8 years or younger on August 31st preceding competition.

Players: 4v4 with no goalie or 3v3 plus a goalie
Field Size: 60 yards x 35 yards (cross field)
Equipment: Full equipment, soft-type ball
Goal Size: 3 feet by 3 feet
Penalties: Player leaves the field. No time-serving penalties. Penalties used as a teachable moment to explain the foul that has been committed.
Body Checking: No body checking permitted. Any overt (obvious) collision should be enforced as an illegal body check. The following types of body contact are allowed:

  • legal holds
  • legal pushes
  • positioning yourself against an opponent to gain possession of a loose ball (i.e. boxing out)
  • defensive positioning to redirect an opponent
  • incidental contact

Stick Checking: Only checks with the crosse listed below are legal. In all cases stick checks must be made on the crosse of an opponent or gloved hand of a crosse when an opponent is in possession of the ball or within 3 yards of a loose ball. 

(a) Lift the bottom hand, when it is on the stick and below the chest; or the head of the stick when it is below the chest area.
(b) Poke the bottom hand when it is on the stick and below the chest area; or the head of the stick when it is below the chest area.
(c) Downward check initiated below the shoulders of both players.

The 10U Division is for boys 10 years or younger on August 31st preceding competition.

Players: 6v6 with no goalie or 5v5 plus a goalie
Field Size: 60 yards x 35 yards (cross field)
Equipment: Full equipment, NOCSAE lacrosse ball
Goal Size: 6 feet by 6 feet (5x5 or 4x4 allowable)
Penalties: Time-serving penalties.
Body Checking: No body checking permitted. Any overt (obvious) collision should be enforced as an illegal body check. The following types of body contact are allowed:

  • legal holds
  • legal pushes
  • positioning yourself against an opponent to gain possession of a loose ball (i.e. boxing out)
  • defensive positioning to redirect an opponent
  • incidental contact

Stick Checking: Only checks with the crosse listed below are legal. In all cases stick checks must be made on the crosse of an opponent or gloved hand of a crosse when an opponent is in possession of the ball or within 3 yards of a loose ball. 

(a) Lift the bottom hand, when it is on the stick and below the chest; or the head of the stick when it is below the chest area.
(b) Poke the bottom hand when it is on the stick and below the chest area; or the head of the stick when it is below the chest area.
(c) Downward check initiated below the shoulders of both players.

Time Outs: One (1) per half

 

Game Length: Four quarters:

  • 6U: 
  • 8U: (4) 12 minute runnng time quarters or (4) 8 minute stop time quarters
  • 10U: (4) 8 minute stop time quarters if running time 12 minute quarters


Sportsmanship: Full teams shall line up facing each other before the game for the coin toss and shake hands. After the game both teams should form opposing lines at midfield and shake hands.