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Lacrosse: Rules

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The rules of lacrosse will vary between different leagues, but we'll try to outline some of the basic rules here that mostly apply to high school men's lacrosse:

Lacrosse Face-Off




Some plays that you are not allowed to do in lacrosse are called fouls. If a player commits a foul, they will get put in a penalty area for 1 to 3 minutes. Like basketball, at 5 personal fouls the player is removed from the game.

Lacrosse personal fouls include tripping, unnecessary roughness, cross checking (making contact with another player with the stick between your hands), slashing (a stick check not on the opponents gloves or stick), or illegal body checking.

Some Lacrosse technical fouls include holding, offsides (not the right number of players on each half of the field), setting screens, stalling, and pushing.

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