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      Prime Time Recruiting Showcase 2020 
       
       
      Tournament Information: 
      Tournament Dates & Time:     November 7, 2020
      All teams should be ready to play on on their scheduled day (see below) between the hours of 7:15am and 5:00pm.
       
      For the 2020 event, all teams will play in a 3 game, 1 day format.
      Locations and Dates of Divisions: 
      2021s: Saturday at Calvert Regional Park   (211 Brick Meeting House Rd – North East, MD 21901) 
      2022s: Saturday at Cedar Lane Park   (1100 Cedar Lane Rd – Bel Air, MD  21015) 
      2023s: Saturday at Calvert Regional Park    (12 teams of 2023s will be at Cedar Lane) 
      2024s: Saturday at Maryland Polo Grounds   (3600 Fallston Road, Jarrettsville, MD)   
      2025s: Saturday at Rising Sun HS   (100 Tiger Drive – North East, MD  21901) 
       
      Cost:  
       
      $500 Team Deposit due with registration (non-refundable/non-transferable) 
      $1250 Team Fee due August 1, 2020 (non-refundable/non-transferable)
       
      Specifics:  
      Open to graduation years 2021-2025
      2021-2025 teams play 3 showcase format games for recruiting purposes
       
      For recruiting purposes, high school teams are recommended to be made up of players of the same graduation year.  Combination teams are allowed in all divisions, but teams must clearly be designated as a "Combo" team in their name, and teams must play in the grad year division of their oldest player
      Regulation full-size fields (turf and natural grass fields)  
      20 minute halves. 2 minute halftime.  3 minutes between games. No time outs.       
      Official clock is kept centrally, running clock.  No time outs.
       
      2020 US Lacrosse high school rules will apply to ALL grad years 2021-2025 with the following additions/exceptions:https://www.nfhs.org/articles/free-movement-approved-in-high-school-girls-lacrosse/
      Please see the ***Free Movement Primer/Clarification that is in italics at the end of the rules. 
      Free movement rules are new to the officials, and we do ask for your patience, respect and sportsmanship as officials work to implement them into games.
      On the draw, players must hold behind the restraining line until possession is obtained by one of the 6 players on the draw circle.  Players’ sticks may cross the restraining line and touch the ground before possession, but their feet must not cross. 
      If a half or game ends on a defensive major foul within the CSA the officials will set up a free position and play will end at the end of the scoring play.
       
       
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