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4.23 - CHANGE OF GOALS Teams will not change goals between halves.


4.24 - OFFICIAL’S TIMEOUTS


An official may suspend play at his discretion. If a player loses any of his mandatory personal equipment in a scrimmage area or a player is apparently injured, play shall be suspended immediately.


4.25 - TEAM TIMEOUTS Team timeouts are not permitted at this level of play.


4.30 - ALTERNATE POSSESSION


When the officials cannot determine which team should be awarded the ball or when play is stopped while the ball is loose, possession shall alternate . The referee shall keep track of the alternating possessions.


4.31 - SCRUM SITUATION


In the event that a loose ball cannot be quickly picked up due to two or more players in a “scrum” or becomes trapped by multiple sticks, the official shall stop play and award the ball via Alternating Possession Rules.


4.32 - EXCESSIVE POSSESSION (OPTIONAL)


One of the objectives at this level is to encourage team play, as opposed to purely individual play. Therefore, if both coaches agree or the organizing authority authorizes, a player who withholds the ball from play by continuing to maintain possession of the ball for more than 5-7 seconds, without passing or shooting, will be assessed a technical foul and possession of the ball will be awarded to the offended team.


RULE 5: Personal and Ejection Fouls


Personal fouls are those of a serious nature. Personal fouls include either a safety or sportsmanship violation. In keeping with the overarching emphasis on player safety and sportsmanship at the youth level, US Lacrosse expects strict enforcement of the Cross Check, Illegal Body Check, Checks Involving The Head/Neck, Slashing, Unnecessary Roughness, and Unsportsmanlike Conduct rules.


6U RULES BOYS’ YOUTH RULEBOOK | 15


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