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Bobblehead Jamboree


White Plains Youth Lacrosse will be hosting a Boys k, 1st, and 2nd grade, and Girls 1st and 2nd grade, end-of-season lacrosse jamboree on June 6th.   This will be a great way to end the season and for the players to demonstrate all the skills they have learned throughout the spring.  Go to wplax.com to register.


Jamboree Details

  • June 6th from 9am – 12pm, White Plains High School
  • Fee: $180 per team
  • BOYS - 3 Divisions - Kindergarten, 1st grade, and 2nd grade
  • GIRLS - 2 Divisions - 1st grade and 2nd grade
  • If you are entering a team representing 2 age groups, for example, 1st/2nd grade team, you much enter the age group of the older players.  This team would play in the 2nd grade division.  
  • Boys play 4 v 4 format to give all players more “touches” with the ball.  Girls play 6v6.  No goalies
  • Cross field games on small fields
  • 25 minute games, running time.  Each team will play 3 games.
  • Team rosters should be around 9-12 players.  Town programs can enter multiple teams into the jamboree.
  • Food and drinks will be available for purchase throughout the day



Jamboree Rules

  • We encourage the coaches to help the players with on-field coaching, within reason.
  • There will be a 2 “attempted” pass rule before shooting.  At least 1 pass must be made in your offensive end.
  • Subs can be made when the ball goes out of bounds.  When subbing, coaches should sub all 4 players at the same time.  Teams should also try to sub together to limit the number of stops.  Coaches can also sub players on the fly if needed.
  • If there is a penalty, there will be a “play on” situation.   If the team loses the ball immediately, the ball will be given back to them.
  • To keep the game moving and to limit the number of stops, there will only be a face-off at the beginning of the game. 
  • After a goal, the team who was scored on will receive the ball.  The defensive team must drop back past the midline.
  • No long poles, no body checks, no one-handed checks.
  • If your team is up by more than 4 goals, please encourage your team to try and work the ball around 1 time before shooting, and/or getting assisted goals.