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BOYS YOUTH EXCEPTIONS RULE 1-5 1-6


1-9 1-9


1-12 3-1


RULE Ball


Specifi cation


Crosse Length


U15 U13 U11 U9 BALL MUST BE STAMPED “MEETS NOCSAE STANDARD”


NFHS rules NFHS Rules Short: 37"-42" Long: 47"-54"


Short: 37”- 42"


No Long poles


Equipment GOALIES REQUIRED TO WEAR ARM PADS AT ALL LEVELS Equipment


Sideline Manager


Length of Game


3-3


Auto Stall - Final 2 minutes of game


4-3 Faceoff Mercy Rule


Advancing Ball


4-22


4-17, 5-3, 6-3,9


5-3


Substitution Procedures


3 YARD RULE


Illegal Body Checks


PROTECTIVE CUPS REQUIRED AT ALL LEVELS Recommended


10 minute stop


quarters


10 minute stop


quarters Enforced 12 min


running (or 8 min stop time) qtrs.


12 min


running (or 8 min stop time) qtrs.


Waived NFHS Rules NFHS Rules NFHS Rules NFHS Rules


If team has a 6 goal lead, team that is behind will be given ball at midfi eld (in lieu of faceoff) until margin is under 6 goals, losing coach can waive this


NO COUNTS


Leagues may authorize substitutions


at sideline out of bounds


Leagues may authorize substitutions


at sideline out of bounds


All legal checks, legal holds and legal pushes must be on a player in possession of the ball or within 3 yards of a loose ball


NO TAKE OUT CHECKS, NO CHECKING A PLAYER IN A DEFENSELESS POSITION


(no lowering shoulder, no excessive aggression, no blindside checks, no checks against an opponent in a defenseless position)


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BOYS YOUTH EXCEPTIONS TO NFHS


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