Grip It & Rip It

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6th annual

 

7 on 7

Grip It & Rip It Lacrosse Tournament

Date: Saturday, July 111h

Location: Joe DiMaggio Sports Complex

DiVisions: Boy's Men's open, U19, U17, U15, U13, U11 U9 Girls: Youth Girls, MS Girls and HS Girls

Cost: $600 per team, $45 for free agents

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Girls Rules

 

· First team to show up at the field will choose its goal for 1st half

· No coin toss

· No captains meeting

· No stick check

· All USL rules about jewelry, mouthguards and equipment will apply

· Teams not adhering to the USL rules about safety will be disqualified

· Referee will use cards and flag

Face off at the beginning of each half only. After that Quick Clears after all goals

* MS Girls play 25 minute games

* Hs Girls play 50 minute games (5 minute half time)

* Will use central horn to start and stop all games

 

 

 

 

Boys Rules

Penalties: Please refer to the following that are not listed in the rules.
 
*Fast break. All middies behind the midfield line, ball starts 5 yards in front of midfield.
*Offending player must be substituted out of the game.
*Personal Foul: Goal Scored during flag down. Goal counts, fast break.
*Technical Foul: Goal Scored during flag down. Goal counts, penalty wiped out by goal.
 
***** quick whistle as soon as the goalie has possession after a goal to re-start play.
 
GRIP IT AND RIP IT RULES
This tournament is designed for fast paced fun with an emphasis on skills. While body contact is allowed, there will be no take out checks permitted. A take out check is defined as a deliberate attempt to go after the man for the purpose of hitting him without any regard for going after the ball.
 
Play will consist of two 24 minute running time halves. 4 minute half time.
 
Even though its 7V7 Tournament- we will use 2 Attack, 3 Middies, 2 Defense, and a goalie
 
Onside is in effect – 2 players on offense and 3 on defense at all times.
Penalties are called and served as they are in regular field lacrosse. Since running time, 1 minute penalties will be 1 minute 30 seconds served and 30 second penalties, 45 seconds served. Penalty time starts when penalized player takes one knee, out of bounds at midfield line on bench side of field.
 
Game ending in a tie is decided by sudden death starting immediately after regulation with faceoff. No switching of sides.
 
Each half begins with Faceoff. On faceoffs, goalies must remain in crease until possession signaled and defenseman and attack must remain behind goal line extended until possession signaled. After a goal is scored, goalie fishes ball out of cage and puts ball in play from his crease area., and play starts on referees whistle.
 
All player substitutions are on the fly.
Each team allotted one timeout per half. Timeouts are one minute long.
Maximum 3 long poles on field at a time.
 
Any players or coaches involved in a fight will be expelled from the tournament. Zero Tolerance for fighting.
Flagrant Fouls: 1st offense-expulsion from game; 2nd offense(occurring anytime during the tournament after first offense) expulsion from tournament. The referee will be the sole determinant as to whether a foul is flagrant or not.
 
Tiebreakers: For seeding purposes. (1) Won – Loss
(2)Head to Head
(3)Goals Against
(4)Goals For
(5)Coin Flip

 

 

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