Lone Star Shoot-Out

November 18 - 19, 2017

Tournament Info

Boy Lacrosse Tournament

The Dallas Fall cLAXic is a collaborative event between Dallas Lacrosse and the DFWYLL. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the DFWYLL and their participating teams. This first year event is expected to host over 100 teams.

Age Groups

Grade Based – 1/2, 3/4, 5/6 A, B, C, 7/8 A, B, C

Entry Fee

$525 per team


  • 3 Pool Games for Seeding
  • Top 4 Teams Advance to Playoffs (No Playoffs for 1/2 grade)


Eastfield College Soccer Fields, Mesquite, TX
(Field Map is available at “Downloadable Forms” at the left)

Lone Star Shoot-Out

To sign up for the Lone Star Shoot-Out, use the link below. If you have any questions you may contact Travis at 469-223-6214.



Rule1/2 Grade3/4 Grade5/6 Grade7/8 Grade
Game Length20 min running halves, 5 min half20 min running halves, 5 min half20 min running halves, 5 min half20 min running halves, 5 min half
Penalty TimeChange of PossessionChange of PossessionReg time (30 or 60)Reg time (30 or 60)
Players5 v 5 with Hector10 v 10 with Goalie10 v 10 with Goalie10 v 10 with Goalie
CountsNo CountsGolaie OnlyGolaie OnlyStandard NCAA
Advantage RuleYes – 5 Goal
F/O or get ball
NO thru X Rule
Yes – 5 Goal
F/O or get ball
NO thru X Rule
SubsOn FlyOn FlyOn FlyOn Fly
Body CheckingNoneNoneNormal Man-BallNormal Man-Ball
One Handed ChecksNoNoNoControlled
StallingNoneLast 2 MinutesLast 2 MinutesLast 2 Minutes
Time OutsNone in Reg Games
Semis/Finals 1 per half
None Last 2 Minutes
None in Reg Games
Semis/Finals 1 per half
None Last 2 Minutes
None in Reg Games
Semis/Finals 1 per half
None Last 2 Minutes
None in Reg Games
Semis/Finals 1 per half
None Last 2 Minutes
Game BallsTeam ResponsibleTeam ResponsibleTeam ResponsibleTeam Responsible

Other Notes

Team Certifications: All Coaches will be required to check-in at the Registration Tent at least 45 minutes prior to the start of their first game to certify their team rosters (including waivers) and sign the Coaches Code of Conduct.

Roster Size: All teams must have a minimum of 14 players – 8 for 1/2 Grade

Team Groups Descriptions: 

  • 1/2 and 3/4 only have one divison
  • 5/6 and 7/8 have three levels
    • A – Division I Teams
    • B – Division II Teams
    • C – Division III Teams

NCAA Stick head rules will not be enforced at any level.

Swing Players: Since this is a fall lacrosse event and several fall sports effect rosters. Swing players are allowed on multiple rosters in order to field a full team. We ask that coaches and administrators understand this is in order to field teams and not stake teams for wins. Should the tournament director feel a team is abusing this situation, he or she can disqualify a team in question.

Horns: None

Specific NCAA Rules

• 20 yard substitution area.

• Goalie does not get 5 seconds to get back to crease on violation.

• No 5 yard halo on restarts. If defender is in the 5 yard halo and plays the attacker, a technical foul can ensue.

• Stall warning results in 30 second shot clock.

• When shot clock is on, a shot must hit the goal or goalie to count as a shot. If not, the ball goes to the defensive team no matter who is closest to it on the end or sideline.

• On a man down face off, a player cannot be brought out of the attack or defense areas to cover the wing line.

• If there is a pre-whistle FO violation, the FO middie does not have to leave the field.

• After 2 pre- or post-whistle violations in a half, subsequent violations on the FO will result in technical foul.

Game Balls: Each team is responsible for balls on their offensive end-line.  Additionally, a good plan would be to have each player bring 2 balls in their bag so that your team has enough balls for the tournament.

Code of Conduct Violations: In addition to the NCAA rules, any player, coach or anyone associated with the team who violates the Code of Conduct will be subject to a Warning, Ejection from a Game or Ejection from the Tournament depending on the severity of the infraction. An ejection of a coach also results in the offending team being given a two minute, unreleasable penalty.  Any player or coach ejected from a game will not be allowed to participate in the next scheduled game. Any coach or player ejected a second time will not be allowed to participate in any remaining games in the tournament.

Number of Coaches on a Sideline: Each team will limit the number of coaches in the bench area to three, a Head Coach and 2 Assistant Coaches.

Game scores: Each team will need to have one volunteer per game man the scoring table for scoring and penalty keeping.  After each game, the volunteer of the winning team is required to make note of the game score in the Field Book AND report the game score to the Tournament HQ Tent vie the two-way radio provided at the table.  For playoff seeding – A win will be given three (3) points, a tie will be given one (1) point and a loss will be given zero points.  Additionally, shutouts will be given one (1) point to help differentiate top teams. All standings will be posted near the Tournament HQ TV monitor.  See below for ties rules/clarification. PLEASE NOTE: It is the coach’s responsibility to check with the Tournament HQ Tent at the completion of their game schedule to determine if they qualify for any playoff games.

Awards for each Division:  Each Championship team will be pictured at the field or their championship game by the Dallas Lacrosse staff.

Playoff Seeding: based on the following in order;

• Overall Record

• Total Points – 3 points per win, 1 point per tie and 1 point for a shutout

• Head to Head competition

• Fewest goals allowed in all games

• Coin Toss

Note: Forfeits will be scored 2-1 (not a shutout)

Games by Age Group

  • 3 Pool Games for all teams *forfiet game or a bye count as a game
  • Top 4 teams advance to playoffs (No playoffs for 1/2 grade)

Water: Teams are encouraged to bring their own water.  The tournament WILL NOT provide public water jugs in the bench areas.  Sports drinks and bottled water will be available to purchase at the concession stand.  However, teams may bring their own refreshments if desired.

Clean up of bench areas after games: Each coach is requested to ensure that the bench area is picked-up after each game. Trashcans are available near bench areas and trash bags, if needed, are available in the Tournament HQ Tent. If you see a full trashcan, please notify a tournament worker who will all be dressed in a Staff T-Shirt.

Resolution of problems or disputes: The Tournament Director (in consultation with the Head Official, if required) will make all final rulings/decisions on any and all problems or disputes.

Additional Information:

Disqualified teams must play their scheduled games but will receive 0 points and tallied as a loss. DOGS ARE NOT ALLOWED ON the Park and team parents also need to respect the Officials and the Players. Bad behavior will not be tolerated.

Play hard and Have Fun!



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Tournament Sponsors


Dallas Lacrosse hosts some of the Southwests largest lacrosse tournaments each fall and spring. Now in it's 5th year, the Dick's Sporting Goods Lone Star Shootout has established itself as one of the premier lacrosse tournaments in the country. It is hosted every November, the weekend before Thanksgiving. In 2014, DL will launch a new event called Springfest. This event targets Texas school based youth lacrosse teams and helps kick off their spring season with a festival lacrosse event. Est Attendance at our events is 6,000 each day.