Boy's Tournament Rules

Overarching Rules

  • Penalties will be enforced by man-up and man-down

  • 2018 NCAA Rules for High School and 8th Grade, shot clock applies

  • 7th grade boy's will follow US Lacrosse 14U rules

  • 6th grade boy's will follow US Lacrosse 14U rules

  • 4/5th grade boy's will follow US Lacrosse 12U rules with exceptions listed below

 

4/5th Grade Boy's Game Format:

 Day 1: (Approximately 45 minutes)

  • 18-minute running halves

  • 3-minute half time

  • One 1 minute timeout per half (stop time)

  • Penalties will be stop clock 20 & 40 seconds

  • No horn-sub on the fly

  • Brave hearts if tied at end of regulation

Day 2 & Day 3 (Approximately 60 minutes)

  • 10 minute running quarters with 2 minute breaks

  • 4 minute half time

  • One 1 minute timeout per half - Stop clock

  • Penalties are 1 minute and 30 seconds - Stop clock

  • No horn-sub on fly

  • The last minute of game time will be stop clock if there is a 2 or less goal differential

  • Tie breaker-Sudden Victory with 5-minute running clock period and a 1-minute break between extra periods. Teams are allowed one 30 second timeout per period

    • After one overtime, teams will play a brave heart

Rule Modifications

  • No one-hand checks

  • Penalties will be enforced by man-up and man-down

  • If the score is within 4 goals then teams must keep it in the box and not stall play

6th Grade Boy's Game Format:

Day 1: (Approximately 45 minutes)

  • 18-minute running halves

  • 3-minute half time

  • One 1 minute timeout per half (stop time)

  • Penalties will be stop clock 20 & 40 seconds

  • No horn-sub on the fly

  • Brave hearts if tied at end of regulation

Day 2 & Day 3 (Approximately 60 minutes)

  • 10 minute running quarters with 2 minute breaks

  • 4 minute half time

  • One 1 minute timeout per half - Stop clock

  • Penalties are 1 minute and 30 seconds - Stop clock

  • No horn-sub on fly

  • The last minute of game time will be stop clock if there is a 2 or less goal differential

  • Tie breaker-Sudden Victory with 5-minute running clock period and a 1-minute break between extra periods. Teams are allowed one 30 second timeout per period

    • After one overtime, teams will play a brave heart

Rule Modifications:

  • If the score is within 4 goals then teams must keep it in the box and not stall play

 

 

7th Grade Boy's Game Format

Day 1: (Approximately 45 minutes)

  • 18-minute running halves

  • 3-minute half time

  • One 1 minute timeout per half (stop time)

  • Penalties will be stop clock 20 & 40 seconds

  • No horn-sub on the fly

  • Brave hearts if tied at end of regulation

Day 2 & Day 3 (Approximately 60 minutes)

  • 10 minute running quarters with 2 minute breaks

  • 4 minute half time

  • One 1 minute timeout per half - Stop clock

  • Penalties are 1 minute and 30 seconds - Stop clock

  • No horn-sub on fly

  • The last minute of game time will be stop clock if there is a 2 or less goal differential

  • Tie breaker-Sudden Victory with 5-minute running clock period and a 1-minute break between extra periods. Teams are allowed one 30 second timeout per period

    • After one overtime, teams will play a brave heart

Rule Modifications:

  • If the score is within 4 goals then teams must keep it in the box and not stall play

 

8th Grade Boy's Game Format:

 Day 1: (Approximately 45 minutes)

  • 18-minute running halves

  • 3-minute half time

  • One 1 minute timeout per half (stop time)

  • Penalties will be stop clock 20 & 40 seconds

  • No horn-sub on the fly

  • Brave hearts if tied at end of regulation

Day 2 & Day 3 (Approximately 60 minutes)

  • 10 minute running quarters with 2 minute breaks

  • 4 minute half time

  • One 1 minute timeout per half - Stop clock

  • Penalties are 1 minute and 30 seconds - Stop clock

  • No horn-sub on fly

  • The last minute of game time will be stop clock if there is a 2 or less goal differential

  • Tie breaker-Sudden Victory with 5-minute running clock period and a 1-minute break between extra periods. Teams are allowed one 30 second timeout per period

    • After one overtime, teams will play a brave heart

Final 2 minutes of Regulation Play:

8th grade will follow the NCAA shot clock rule

 

High School Boy's Game Format

Day 1: (Approximately 45 minutes)

  • 18-minute running halves

  • 3-minute half time

  • One 1 minute timeout per half (stop time)

  • Penalties will be stop clock 20 & 40 seconds

  • No horn-sub on the fly

  • Brave hearts if tied at end of regulation

Day 2 & Day 3 (Approximately 60 minutes)

  • 10 minute running quarters with 2 minute breaks

  • 4 minute half time

  • One 1 minute timeout per half - Stop clock

  • Penalties are 1 minute and 30 seconds - Stop clock

  • No horn-sub on fly

  • The last minute of game time will be stop clock if there is a 2 or less goal differential

  • Tie breaker-Sudden Victory with 5-minute running clock period and a 1-minute break between extra periods. Teams are allowed one 30 second timeout per period

    • After one overtime, teams will play a brave heart

Final 2 minuets of Regulation Play:

High School will follow the NCAA shot clock rule

Brave heart rules:

  • First goal wins

  • No timeouts

  • Play will not stop for injury that occurs during transition play

  • No substitution

  • One (1) player must remain on side at all times

  • If play is stopped for injury, teams are allowed to substitute

  • Play will stop for serious injury, especially if occurs in scrimmage area

  • Penalties will be a change of possession

Bracket Seeding: ties are broken in the following way:

  1. Record in pool play                      

  2. Head-to-head*                                

  3. Goals against

  4. Goal differential

  5. Coin flip

*In the case of a two way tie head-to-head record will be used, in the case of a three way tie the seeding tie will be broken by goals against- NOT head-to-head

Vail, Colorado

June 16th-18th, 2020

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