High School Varsity 2022, 2023, 2024
High School JV 2025, 2026
4, 45 minute games $1050

 Championship Division
Middle School 2027-2029
4, 45 minute games $1050

6v6  Division
4, 45 minute games $550


Registration will be open Aug 1, 2021

$300 team Deposit due upon Registration
after March 1st, 2022

2021 Spring Rules Sheet
2021 US Lacrosse rules will be used
**All games will start with a draw unless current COVID-19 protocols prevent it.**
All Teams, youth and HS, will play the following exception: If at the end of each half, a major foul by the defense in the 8 meter arc has been whistled, the shot will be awarded. One shot, no pass, no rebound play.
-Goalies must wear shin guards.
-No jewelry is allowed on players.
-The first alternate possession will go to the team with the light colored jerseys.
2021 Youth Rules (2027-2030) In addition to the above, 2027-30 will play USL youth rules: • No deputy may be used for the goalie at any time.
• No follow through into the goal circle. Stick or body.
• The 1 pass rule will not be used
2027-2029 - Transitional checking
(Checking allowed above the shoulder but the sphere is extended to 12” around the head.)
2030 - Modified checking
(Checking allowed below the shoulder only & player must be in a legal checking position
Game Timing
● Games times will be determined for each event and the clock will run at all times. ● The central horn is the official time and must be followed. No time outs.
● In bracket play games may end in a tie.
Team Behavior The head coach will be responsible for the behavior of personnel affiliated with their team, including all assistant coaches and fans, and will receive any cards related to lack of bench decorum.
A yellow (2 mins) or red card (4 mins) to the coach counts towards the team fouls and a player must be removed.
Players receiving 2 yellows will not have to sit the following game, but it will be reported to the tournament director and subsequent cards could result in suspension.
A coach or player receiving a red card could be required to sit an additional game.
All decisions on penalties for cards will be at the discretion of the tournament committee and the head official. 
Updated: April 1, 2021 (over)

2020 Fall Rules Sheet - con’t
If required COVID-19 Game Start
To Start Game:
A coin toss to determine the first possession - coaches and officials handle the coin toss, maintaining 6 feet apart.
Teams will start in a standard set up: 4 defenders behind the line, 3 midfielders between the restraining lines and 4 attackers behind the line. Teams may go to a 5, 3, 3 - but no greater change
After a Goal
The GK will pick the ball up using her stick and roll the ball back to the center circle. A midfielder will pick up the ball, using her stick, and stand on the center line where the draw would normally take place. Both teams will fully reset to the 4-3-4 or the 5-3-3 - and once the ball is set and the teams are set, the official will blow the restart whistle.

The free position at center to start the game, the half, and after each goal will be an indirect free position.

Updated: April 1, 2021


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The recommendations of the IWLCA will be followed:
1.  Regulation full size fields
2. High School Varsity and JV
will play 45 minute games in a championship format. 20 minute halves, 5 minute halftime and 5 minutes between games. Championship games 20 minutes no timeouts
3.  Fields in close proximity for college recruiting
4. Combination teams are allowed.

Following IWLCA recommendations, TOP of the BAY Tournaments uses the following guidelines:

  • The  High School Varsity and JV will have 45 minute games. 
  • The High School Varsity and JV will play on regulation fields that are in close proximity to one another for college coaches’ convenience. Please bring your own water bottle.

    Each field is lined for full field competition.

    Field marshals/Officials on the fields will record and report ALL scores.

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