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High School Fall Ball Information


This fall's endeavor will be focused on team building,  skill development, and small sided inter-squad 7v7 games. The smaller space really helps us develop great stick skills, improved footwork, and the goalies see LOTS’s of reps.  The pace of the game is incredibly fast… good stuff.   We will be following the proposed Olympic Rules listed below.

We’ll stick to similar practice and game schedules as we have the past, 2 practices during the week, plus an inter-squad scrimmage. If the situation arises, and is agreeable to us, we may add a 10v10 game or two with other high school program(s) who’s ideologies align with EHS Men’s Lacrosse.  The season will run September to late October as it has in the past.

Proposed Olympic (EHS) Lacrosse Rules

  • Field size – 76 yards x 40 yards
  • Field markings – perimeter markings, goal circles/creases, goal line, midline, draw circle, substitution and player boxes
  • Goals – maintain current specifications
  • Game structure – four 8 - minute periods: running clock; 5-minute halftime and 2 minutes between quarters
  • Time clock stops for a timeout, end of a quarter, injury, or during a dead ball within the last two minutes of the fourth quarter
  • Shot clock – 45 seconds; resets on every possession change
  • Game and shot clocks stop for a timeout, injury, or during a dead ball within the last two minutes of the fourth quarter; resets following the end of a quarter
  • Two 30-second timeouts for each team per half
  • Squad size – 10; 6 + 4 subs (allow up to two alternates in the case of competition-ending injury TBD)
  • On-field players – 6 on 6; goalie and five field players on the field at one time
  • On field staff – two coaches and one medical
  • Substitutions – on the fly
  • Offside – both teams must hold back two players behind the midline
  • Over-and-back – prohibited
  • Ball out-of-bounds – when the ball goes out of bounds for any reason, including a shot, it is awarded to the team that did not touch it last
  • Goals – if a player is fouled in the act of shooting, the goal will count
  • After a goal – goalies have 5-seconds to put the ball in play be either passing it or running it out of the goal circle
  • All defending players can run through the crease but cannot act as a goalie
  • Draws – at start of each period and OT
  • OT – sudden victory
  • Officiating – 2 officials per game
  • Penalties – major/minor/technical fouls and related mechanics as close as possible between disciplines

Eagle Youth Lacrosse Camps & Clinics Information


Who: This clinic is available to

  • Boys Youth
  • 6th, 7th, and 8th grade middle schoolers
  • 4th & 5th Graders
  • Cost $75
  • Clinic duration 2 hours

Where: Eagle Middle School
When:  October 8, 2019 - 5PM to 7PM
How:  Registration Link Above

For More Info Contact:

Scott Billing

Scott Billing

Eagle Youth Lacrosse Program Administrator


EHS LAX NEWS

EHS Fall Ball Registration Closes in Less Than 2 Weeks

By Scott Billing 08/20/2019, 5:00pm MDT

Just a quick reminder that our fall season is right around the corner and... REGISTRATION CLOSES IN LESS THAN 2 WEEKS!

This fall's endeavor will be focused on team building, skill development, and small sided inter-squad 7v7 games. The smaller space really helps us develop great stick skills, improved footwork, and the goalies see LOTS’s of reps. The pace of the game is incredibly fast… good stuff. 

We’ll stick to similar practice and game schedules as we have the past, 2 practices during the week, plus an inter-squad scrimmage. If the situation arises, and is agreeable to us, we may add a 10v10 game or two with other high school program(s) who’s ideologies align with EHS Men’s Lacrosse. The season will run September to late October as it has in the past.

AN IMPORTANT NOTE TO YOU FRESHMEN AND JUNIORS: A part of the registration process for your two graduation years includes iMPACT (concussion) testing, and a physical in order to register. THESE STEPS ALWAYS BOG THINGS DOWN and frequently result in players being unable to get on the field for the first practices of the season. Our advice is to move to getting this taken care of ASAP! Availability is always limited, and there are no team blocks with either St. Luke's or St. Al's this time around. 

For more detailed information, and the registration link, head on over to ehslax.com. That info. and a registration link can be found on the "home page" or under "registration info". The website is up to date with all the latest information and scheduled dates as well.

Hope you're as excited as we are to get back on the field. Great things lie ahead for Eagle Lacrosse!

Go 'Stangs!




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