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ELEMENTARY SCHOOL GIRLS 

 

US Lacrosse Girls Youth Rules should govern all PLCA Girl’s lacrosse games.  The US Lacrosse Rule Book can be found at http://www.uslacrosse.org/rules/girls-rules.aspx.  PCLA has amended / emphasized the following rules:

All girls games at the Elementary School level will be played in a 7v7 format, plus a goalie.

All elementary school games will require a 2 pass rule (attempted).Officials will be informed of this rule before the start of a game, and asked to regulate it on the field.

The 7v7 field will be 80 yards long, by 40 yards wide.

The Goal Line will be 30 yards from the midfield line leaving 10 yards between the goal line and the end line.

The midfield line will serve as the restraining line.There should be a maximum of 5v5 on the ball side (each team holds 2 defenders and 2 attackers on their respective sides)

There should be a regulation goal circle and 8m arc.A 12m arc is not required.

Games will be played with 2 Attackers, 3 Midfielders, 2 defenders and 1 goalie.

20 minute running halves.Each coach gets 1 timeout.

Draws will be taken after each goal.If there is no draw circle, at the start of a draw officials should place 2 midfielders a “reasonable” distance from the draw spot.Defenders and Attackers will start the Draw inside their 8m arc.

MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS


   US Lacrosse Girls Youth Rules should govern all PLCA Girl’s lacrosse games.  The US Lacrosse Rule Book can be found at http://www.uslacrosse.org/rules/girls-rules.aspx.  PCLA has amended / emphasized the following rules:

Middle School games will be full 12v12 format.

All games will consist of two, 20 halves with a running clock.(The clock will not stop after goals).Teams will switch sides at every half.

There will be no overtime at any age level.Games will end on a tie.

Due to the running clock A GAME / HALF MAY NOT END ON A DEFENSIVE PENALTY. In the event of a defensive penalty within the Critical Scoring Area   resulting in an expired clock, play will resume on the officials whistle. Trail Official will count :03 Seconds of play from point of Free Position at the whistle. During the :03 seconds, regular game rules exist, including the potential for another defensive foul, pass, a shot or a goal. All goal calls are final.

At any point during the game when there is a 5 goal lead, the team that is behind will be given the ball at the midfield line in lieu of a draw as long as the 5 goal lead is maintained for all age groups.

Score will be kept at every game.Scores will be recorded at each table and coaches will be asked to verify the score and sign the sheets prior to leaving the field

Quality playing time is in affect for the entire game.

All players are to play at their appropriate age group based on their birthdate.Any PCLA member team that has players they feel should “play up”, must request an exception and present a “just cause” to the PCLA board for approval.


PRACTICE SCHEDULE FOR 2017 GIRLS LACROSSE

ES GIRLS

M/W

LEONARD REC CENTER   6324 Ballinger Rd. Greensboro, NC. 27410

6-7:30PM

Meet your Coach Meghan Sharp!

Played lacrosse at West Morris Central High School in Chester, New Jersey. Awards include: all county, all state, defensive, and MVP of All Star game senior year. Chose to play soccer at Elon University instead of Lacrosse at George Mason University. Coached soccer at the school and club level for 10 years before having my own children. Looking forward to getting into coaching again with my daughter and the rest of the elementary aged girls.
 

Meet Coach Kelly Martin! Kelly will be helping both teams when her busy schedule allows!

Here are some facts about me for my bio:

- Hometown: La Plata, MD
-A junior attacker for the Guilford College Women's Lacrosse Team
-Studying Health and Exercise Science and Education Studies
-Why I love TYLA l: I love having the opportunity to be apart of a hardworking staff and coach enthusiastically girls.

MS GIRLS 

M/W

LEONARD REC CENTER   6324 Ballinger Rd. Greensboro, NC. 27410

7-8:30PM

Meet your MS Coach Crosby Haile!

Born in Baltimore to lacrosse parents and raised in Northern Virginia, Crosby has a 14 year lacrosse career including 12 years of competitive travel play. Notable achievements include first team all-division, first team all-state, division MVP, athlete of the year, and student athlete of the year. Crosby played club lacrosse at Clemson University - Go tigers!