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GRAYSON LACROSSE VARSITY 2010 Girls.  Coaches Information: Erin Wilder – Head Kathleen Brook – Lay Coach

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1 GRAYSON LACROSSE VARSITY 2010 Girls

2  Coaches Information: Erin Wilder – Head Kathleen Brook – Lay Coach Carrie Richards – Asst.  High School: Grayson High School, Grayson GA  League: GHSA  Season schedule: Feb 1 st -  Season schedule: Feb 1 st -  Team color(s): Green and White  Team color(s): Green and White  Field location: Grayson High School  Equipment Supplier: LAXWORLD (Special Start-up Packages, just say your with Grayson Lacrosse) GRAYSON LACROSSE

3 PLAYING OF THE GAME: (Girls)  The rules of women's lacrosse differ significantly from men's lacrosse and are specifically designed to allow less physical contact between players.  As a result of the lack of contact, the only protective equipment required is eyewear, a mouthguard, and gloves (optional)  As a result of the lack of contact, the only protective equipment required is eyewear, a mouthguard, and gloves (optional)  Although these are the only protective equipment, there are still many injuries due to accidental checks to the head and the overall aggressiveness of the sport.  The pockets of women's sticks are shallower than those of the men, making the ball harder to catch and more difficult to shoot at high speed.  Women play with three attackers (or "homes"), five midfielders (or "middies"), three defenders (starting from the back, called "point", "cover point", and "third man or girl"), and one goalie.  Women play with three attackers (or "homes"), five midfielders (or "middies"), three defenders (starting from the back, called "point", "cover point", and "third man or girl"), and one goalie.  Seven players play attack at one time and seven defenders are present.  There is a restraining line that keeps the other four players (plus the goalie) from going into the attack. If those players cross the line, they are considered offsides and a penalty is given

4 Team ATeam B Table 60 TEAM B Defensive Half of Field TEAM B Goal Half of Field THE PLAYING FIELDS - Girls Twelve Players on the field per Team: 1 First Home (FH) 1 First Home (FH) 1 Second Home (SH) 1 Second Home (SH) 1 Third Home (TH) 1 Third Home (TH) 2 Right & Left Attack Wings (RAW & LAW) 2 Right & Left Attack Wings (RAW & LAW) 1 Center (C) 1 Center (C) 2 Right & Left Defensive Wings (RDW & RDW) 2 Right & Left Defensive Wings (RDW & RDW) 1 Third Girl (TG) 1 Third Girl (TG) 1 Cover Point (CP) 1 Cover Point (CP) 1 Point (P) 1 Point (P) 1 Goaltender (G) 1 Goaltender (G) CPTGCTHSHFHG RDW LDW RAW LAW P Attack Middies Defense

5 EQUIPMENT – Girls Girl players excluding the goal keeper must wear:  NO Helmet  Mouth guard  Protective eye guards  Gloves The goal keeper must wear:  Helmet with face mask  Mouth guard  Throat Guard  Chest Protector  Thigh and Shin pads  Padded Gloves

6 PLAYING OF THE GAME: Girls  Penalties for women's lacrosse are assessed with the following cards:  Green Card, given to the team captain, is for a delay of game.  Yellow Card, is for a first-time penalty and results in the player being removed from the field for three minutes.  Red Card, is the result either of two yellow cards or one unsportsmanlike behavior ruling, and causes the player to be ejected from the game. If the red card is for unsportsmanlike behavior, the player is also not permitted to play in the following game.


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