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2017 Tournament Rules

Divisions

  • HS V & JV: Enrolled in high school
  • 2021
  • 2022
  • 2023
  • 2024
  • 2025
  • 2026

Eligibility

  • Any player who has participated in any high school program (high school club, freshman, frosh/soph, junior varsity, varsity, etc.) is not eligible to compete in the 2021 division without the express permission of the tournament director.
  • No high school graduates may compete.
  • Participants may play "up" in age division but may not play in two divisions.
  • Participants may not compete for more than one team.
  • Teams formed using US Lacrosse Age and Eligibility Guidelines will be placed into divisions that result in the most competitive matchups.

Rules of Play

  • All HS Varsity and JV games will be governed by 2017 NFHS rules unless modified below.
  • All youth games will be played in accordance with US Lacrosse Boys Youth Rules unless modified below.
  • All games will be full field and 10v10.
  • Games will consist of two 24 minute running halves with a four minute halftime.
  • A central horn will be used to govern the timing of all games.
  • A single blast of the horn will mark the start and conclusion of each half. A quick double blast of the horn will indicate that only two minutes remain in the half.
  • Each team will receive one 45 second timeout per game. After 45 seconds, teams will be whistled back onto the field. If a team does not return in a prompt manner, they will either lose possession of the ball or be assessed a delay of game penalty.
  • Timeouts may not be called during the final two minutes of either half or during overtime play.
  • Penalty time will be served in all divisions.
  • All penalties are start stop time and will be kept on the field by the bench side official.
  • Face-offs will be conducted at the beginning of each half and after every goal, regardless of score.
  • Advancement rules will be waived in the 2024, 2025 and 2026 divisions. All other divisions will utilize a 20 second / 10 second clearing rule (20 seconds to clear the ball from the defensive end and 10 seconds to enter the offensive box). The four second crease rule shall be enforced in all divisions.
  • Body checking and "long" crosses (47"-54") are allowed in all but the 2026 division.
  • Non-championship game ties will be broken by sudden death Braveheart.
  • During Braveheart play, goalies may not cross the midfield line and penalties will result in the offended team receiving a 3 yard fast break originating at the center of the midfield line .
  • For the safety of players, substitutions will be permitted during Braveheart play on any dead ball situation and at any other point at the discretion of game officials.
  • Championship game ties will be broken by four minute sudden death periods of play.

2021, 2022 & 2024 Division Standings Placement & Tie-Breaking Criteria

  • Overall Record.
  • Head to head result.
  • Cumulative goals against.
  • Cumulative goals for.
  • Coin flip.

Tournament Administration

  • Decisions on the field are at the discretion of the working game officials and are final. No disputes will be heard at the conclusion of a game.
  • Only team head coaches and working game officials may discuss concerns or disputes.
  • Any player, fan or coach ejected from a game may be prohibited from participating in his or her next contest.
  • The use of an illegal player will result in the forfeiture of any wins and may result in immediate disqualification from the tournament.
  • Unsportsmanlike behavior will not be tolerated. Capital Lacrosse reserves the right to terminate games and/or remove any individual who behaves in a vulgar or abrasive fashion.
  • In the event of adverse weather or unplayable field conditions, Capital Lacrosse reserves the right to reduce game times or reschedule games. All attempts will be made to play games as scheduled.

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