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2021 SPRING SEASON UPDATE TO COVID GUIDELINES AS OF 5/21/2021

PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING UPDATED COVID GUIDELINES:

The following guidelines must be adhered to in order for us to maintain an appropriate level of safety for everyone involved and to allow us to have a full and fun season! It is the responsibility of parents, players, coaches, and volunteers to review the Guidelines and understand your responsibility. This level of responsiblity when demonstrated by all stakeholders, allows this program the degree of freedm to offer opportunities for players to continue their development and love of lacrosse. As COVID persists within our community, we (as a team and a program) seek to set the example of how youth sports can persist in spite of the pandemic.

 

COVID GUIDELINES:

  • Players WHILE PLAYING lacrosse do not need to wear a face covering
  • Players while NOT playing DO NOT need to wear a face covering while maintaining a stick length away from each other on the sidelines.
  • Coaches wear a mask full time
  • Teams who have immuno-compromised players and families the coaches will work to keep the players and families safe
  • Masks are required by officials and players and coaches walking on and off the field
  • Players need to arrive onto the field fully dressed
  • Spectators DO NOT need to wear a face covering while maintaining 6 feet distance from people outside their immediate family.

 

All safety equipment will be required.

  • Boys: All players must have a mask that covers the nose and mouth at all times (no gaiters), a lacrosse stick, lacrosse helmet, gloves, arm pads, chest/shoulder pads, athletic cup and mouthguard. Cleats recommended, but not required.
  • Girls: All players must have a mask that covers their nose and mouth at all times (no gaiters), a lacrosse stick, eye protection and a mouthguard. Cleats recommended, but not required.

 

EQUIPMENT AND RULE CHANGES:
  • GOALIE GEAR: Beginning in 2021, only a goalkeeper chest protector designed for lacrosse that incorporates the NOCSAE ND200 will be legal for play and shall contain an SEI certification mark.
  • ALL PLAYERS:  Beginning in 2022, field players must wear protectors for commotio cordis that meet the NOCSAE ND200 standard and contain an SEI certification mark.

 


by posted 12/21/2020
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