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1 2-1-3 Offense John M. Kenney www.lacrossecoach.org www.lacrossecoach.org jm klax@aol.com

2 10 Reasons Motion Dodging Set plays Pick Plays ( allows for Canadian style) Short Passes Stops fast breaks Reduces attack carries Assures Shot coverage Easy to sub for LP Can hide a midfielder or attack or both!

3 Practice- we are talkin practice Dots (Flat bases) not cones Part to whole Drills – complement the offense – especially shooting drills ( and not just the shooting spots – feed at game speed and simulate offensive shots off the offense) Cage shooting – caught shooting underhand… “punish” with supervised after practice shooting {100 shots}-

4 Initial Set Up M2 – 5 yards above restraining line M1 – 12 yards above crease – no wider than 15 yards from midline A1- GLE – Max 3-5 yards away from crease A2- A3-GLE – max 3-5 yards away from crease M3 – 12 yards above crease – no wider than 15 yards from midline

5 Key Areas Dodger/Feeder A2- Dodger /Feeder Dodge Point

6 M2 A2 M3 M1 A3A1 Motion Scramble – Phase 1 ; Work the ball around – when ball Reaches M3 – M3 passes to A3 who breaks out at a 45 degree angle – but no further than 10-12 yards from crease ; A1 anticipates A 3 receiving ball and begins to move to X behind ; after M3 passes to A3 – M3 cuts inside for a give-n-go ; then M3 cuts over A2 to backside pipe.

7 M2 A2 M3 M1 A3 A1 Scramble – Phase 2; A3 attempts to dodge his defender; keeping his head up A 3 also anticipates a cut by M2 off a high post by A2; m1 rotates to M2’s spot; M3 fills for M1; M2 if no feed received – bellies out to M3’s original spot; A2 cuts backside pipe

8 M2 A2 M3 M1 A3 A1 Scramble – Phase 3; A3 passes to A1; A 1 carries ball to 12-15 yards wide of crease; M3 cuts over A2 and the offense mirrors the original side

9 Dodging Plays – Wing dodge (Phase 1) M1 receives pass from M2 M1 prepares to dodge M2 finds blindside of the defender, step cut, and runs away M3 finds blindside of defender, step cut, and then c-cut to top A1 moves low and away; A3 M3M1 M2 A1 A2 M1 dodges, either shoots, or: A2 holds pipe, if his defender slides, gets pass, ride pony A2 holds pipe till M1 gets in trouble – cuts out on 45 for help A1 step cut in and the c cuts high M2 makes (short flash) A3 covers shot M3 A1 A3 M1 A2 Dodging Plays – Wing dodge (Phase 2) M2

10 Dodging Plays – attack dodge (Phase 1) A2 prepares to dodge M1 and M2 Replace finds blindside of the M3 finds blindside of defender, step cut, and then c-cut to top A1 moves high and away; C Cuts A3 M3M1 M2 A1 A2 M3 A1 A3 M1 A2 Dodging Plays – attack dodge (Phase 2) M2

11 Pass and Cut (Phase 1) All players pizza cut to receive pass M3 passes to A3 A3 M3 M1 M2 A1 A2 As A3 looks to pass to A2... A1 sets a pick for M3. M3 c-cuts towards A2 off A1’s pick. A1 either pick and rolls, or pick and follows (he always turns into the ball) If open, A2 passes to M3 or A1 M2 A1 A3 M1M3 A2 Follow Roll Pass and Cut (Phase 2)

12 M2 A2 M3 M1 A3 A1 Over two- over One (Phase 1) A1 receives ball from M1; as he does M3 and A2 cut to A1; A3 V cuts to X behind; A passes to A3;

13 M2 A2 M3 M1 A3 A1 Over two- over One (Phase 2) A3 dodges; As he dodges, M2 sets a Pick for M1, who cuts toward A3; A3 should have a clear look at the cage as well as an opportunity to feed M1;

14 Picks A2- Up Pick

15 Zone: EMO A2- EMO

16 Zone: Roll the crease (spike back in) A2-

17 Settled play M3 after making the pass sets a pick for M1 who cuts towards A2 looking for the feed and a chance to shoot A3 M2 M3 M1 A1 M2 looks to dodge. M1 should try to get on the blindside of the defender and cut away M3 does the same. M1 and M3 swap places. M1 A1 A3 M2 A2 Settled play M3

18 Shooting Drill 1 Drawn as one side – mirror the other; Backdoor or flash

19 Shooting Drill 2 Have two sides going – more reps

20 Shooting Drill 3 Have two sides going – more reps

21 6 on 5 full field (Favorite) 1.Offense: must have 5 (five) passes before initiate offense 2.Alternate offense on each possession: Motion/Dodge/Pick/ Spike 3.Work on box- have a manager or injured player monitor box subs 1.Defense: Go man to man and be forced to cover crease 2.Go Zone and work on MDD

22 Final Thoughts 1.Mentor another coach 2.Decide to utilize your assistant coach more 3.Decide one thing to improve in each area of the game: i.e.- Goal a game riding 4.Do not appoint someone captain in the hope that they will develop leadership; it doesn’t seem to work – regardless of the sport. 5."Shout praise and whisper criticism." -- Don Meyer

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