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Boys Lacrosse Rules Changes for the Upcoming 2017 Season
09/26/2016
By NFHS on August 18, 2016 1-3-2a: If a flat-iron...
2016 Post Season Awards
09/22/2016
The Louisiana High School Lacrosse League (LHSLL) on Thursday...
Upcoming Tournaments Around the State
09/20/2016
Karl Mitchell Memorial - One Team, One Fight Tournament December...
 
Boys Lacrosse Rules Changes for the Upcoming 2017 Season

By NFHS on August 18, 2016

1-3-2a: If a flat-iron goal is used on a grass field, it may be attached to the ground with ground anchors.

Rationale: Ground anchors are not typically used on grass fields.  This change will allow the rules to be aligned with standard practice.  The rule change would allow but not require ground anchors.

4-3-1 Exception 2: If a player or team commits a foul before any faceoff, the ball will be awarded to the offended team in its offensive side of the field at the Center.

Rationale: Currently there is a distance of 5 yards from all surrounding players and re-start from spot of the foul. This ruling of “a free clear” is no longer correct and should have been deleted in the current rules book in order to be consistent with Rule 4.4.2 SITUATION B, which calls for a re-start from “the spot where the ball was when play was suspended.”

4-3-3: Paint, a single wrap of tape, or other material of contrasting color to the head may now be used on the handle of the crosse for any player taking a faceoff.

Rationale: New handle materials are already in production and create a more durable solution than tape. The current rule only allows for tape; this rule change would allow for the emerging best practices.

4-18-4: No defensive player, other than a properly equipped goalkeeper, can enter his own crease with the perceived intent on blocking a shot or acting as a goalie. Penalty: Conduct foul on the defensive player. A second violation by the player will be enforced as releasable unsportsmanlike conduct.

Note: Officials will stop play as soon as they notice the situation. However, if a shot is already in flight when this is noticed, the shot will be allowed to come to its normal conclusion before the whistle blows to stop play.

Rationale: Risk minimization only the goalkeeper may be located within the crease.

6-5-2: Failure to wear the required mouthpiece (unless it comes out during play) is now a technical foul.

Rationale: Change brings foul into conformity with current trends in the sport and makes it more likely to be enforced and, therefore, should bring greater compliance for risk minimization.

6-10-3: During the last two minutes of regulation play, stalling rules are in effect for the team that is ahead by four goals or less.  When the score differential is five goals or more, neither team is forced to keep the ball in the goal area unless warned to “keep it in.”

Rationale: The current “automatic stall warning” in the last two minutes creates a dangerous situation where a team that is essentially “out of the game” is given more opportunity to “punish” the team that is ahead since that team is forced to “keep it in.”

Points of Emphasis

  1. Coaches and Team Area
  2. Defenseless Hits
  3. Blindside Hits
  4. Mouthpieces
  5. Reminder of Crosse Change in 2018

by posted 09/26/2016
2016 Post Season Awards

The Louisiana High School Lacrosse League (LHSLL) on Thursday announced the recipients of this year’s US Lacrosse All American Awards for the State of Louisiana.

All American

Max Murret – a senior attackman and Team Captain for Jesuit High School, Murret scored 50 goals and 41 assists in 2016.  Murret also tallied 29 ground balls and 4 take aways.  Murret was named Offensive MVP of the 2016 LHSLL Championship game for his two goals and three assists in a 15-6 win over Brother Martin.  Murret was a unanimous LHSLL All State First Team selection and will be continuing his lacrosse career at the University of Tampa next Fall.

Rob Hinyub – a senior goalkeeper for Jesuit High School, Hinyub collected 121 saves in 2016 (43 saves facing 64 shots for a 67% save percentage in LHSLL games).  Hinyub was another unanimous consent LHSLL All State First Team selection.  Hinyub was named Defensive MVP of the 2015 and 2016 LHSLL Championship games. Hinyub will continue his lacrosse career at the University of Indianapolis.

Nick Carville – a senior FOGO/midfielder for Catholic High, Carville was a unanimous selection for first-team LHSLL All-State and All-District. He won 58 of his 74 (78%) face-offs at the District level. For the season, he won 230 of the 360 attempts (65%), scored 4 goals, and 7 assists. He was a Team Captain and MVP for the Bears.

Hayden Watts – a senior midfielder/attackman for Loyola, Watts is a repeat selection as a US Lacrosse All American. Watts accumulated 53 points on 32 goals and 21 assists in 2016. Watts was named LHSLL All State First Team in 2016 and was named the Shreveport Times Northwest Louisiana Inaugural Best of Preps Male Lacrosse Player of the Year 2015.

 

Academic All American

Ryan Flood – a junior attackman and Team Captain for St. Paul’s, Flood earned a 4.36 GPA. On the lacrosse field Flood scored 30 goals and dished out 21 assists to go along with 30 ground balls and 5 take aways for the Wolves. Flood was an LHSLL All District Second Team selection in 2016.

Lee Davis – a senior attackman for Brother Martin, Davis was an honors graduate with a 4.35 GPA with all AP classes and scored a 33 on his ACT. Davis was an LHSLL All State Second Team selection for 2016.

Joe Molina – a senior attackman for Northshor Lacrosse Club, Molina earned 4.18 GPA and scored a 33 on the ACT.  Molina is an AP Scholar with Distinction, National Merit Commendation, and 4 yr Honor Roll Student. Molina also serves as a volunteer youth lacrosse coach.

Mitchell Ratcliff – a senior LSM for Loyola, Ratcliff earned a cumulative GPA of 4.05. Ratcliff scored 6 goals and 10 assists to complement 30 ground balls and 36 forced turnovers for the Flyers. Ratcliff was named the Shreveport Times Northwest Louisiana Best of Preps Male Lacrosse Player of the Year 2016. Ratcliff was an LHSLL All State Second Team selection in 2016.

 

Coaches of the Year

Greg Anderson – a long time assistant coach in the LHSLL, Anderson took over as Head Coach of the Brother Martin Crusaders in 2016 and immediately turned the program around and gave it direction and focus. Anderson led the Crusaders to the LHSLL Championship game in his 1st year.  The Crusaders won the Allstate Sugar Bowl Lacrosse Classic at the end of January.

John Sella – Sella took over a Captain Shreve team in 2015 that was on a 37 game losing streak while compiling a 4-46 record since 2010. In Sella’s first game as head coach the Gators ended the losing streak on their way to an 8-6 record.  In 2016, Sella led Captain Shreve to a first round playoff bid after a 9-7 season finishing as the #10 team in the state.

 

Bob Scott Award

This award recognizes the player who goes above and beyond in service to his team, school, and community.

Dante Ness – a senior at St. Martin’s School, Ness is an amazing young man who volunteered countless hours helping coach young players, leading lacrosse activities in the community even when he was not playing. Ness will attend Millsaps in the Fall to continue his lacrosse career.


by posted 09/22/2016
Upcoming Tournaments Around the State

Karl Mitchell Memorial - One Team, One Fight Tournament

December 3 & 4, 2016

South Bossier Park in Bossier City, LA

U10, U12, U14, JV, and Varsity Boys & Girls

 

Allstate Sugar Bowl Lacrosse Classic

January 28 & 29, 2017

Chappapeela Sports Park in Hammond, LA

High School JVB, JV and Varsity Boys & Girls

 

Crawfish Shootout

February 11 & 12, 2017

Youngsville Sports Complex in Lafayette, LA

U10, U12, U14, JVB, and JV Boys & Girls

 

Battle by the Beach Lacrosse Tournament

Battle by the Beach Lacrosse Tournament

February 11 & 12, 2017

Jackson County Soccer Complex on the Mississippi Gulf Coast 

U10 co-ed, U12 Boys & Girls, U14 Boys & Girls, JV Boys & Varsity Boys & Girls


by posted 09/20/2016
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