Lone Star Shoot-OutNovember 12-13, 2022
Lone Star Shoot-Out
November 12-13, 2022
Railroad Park, Lewisville, TX
Boy Lacrosse Tournament
The Lone Star Shootout has been one of the premier select lacrosse tournaments in the Southwest. The 14th annual Lone Star shootout is expected to be the biggest yet with teams from across the US.
Age Groups / Divisions
$850 per team
$800 per team for groups bringing 5 teams or more
Full Payment Due: October 31st
Entry Deadline: October 31st
- 4 – 6 games for all teams
- 3 Pool Games Saturday for Seeding (44-minute games)
- Single Elimination Bracket Play Begins on Sunday (50-minute games)
Toyota Railroad Park Lewisville, TX
1301 S Railroad St, Lewisville, TX 75057
(Field Map is available below)
Registration Now Open
The Lone Star Shoot-out is a ‘Stay n Play’ tournament. All teams outside of 75 miles from the complex need to book hotel rooms with traveling teams to participate in the tournament. Thank you.
- 2021 Results
- Hotel Information
- Age/Division Rules
- General Rules
- Refund and Weather Policies
- Field Map
- Roster Forms
Note: The Lone Star Shoot-out is a ‘Stay n Play’ tournament. All teams outside of 75 miles from the complex need to book hotel rooms with traveling teams to participate in the tournament. Thank you.
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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 and sign the Coaches Code of Conduct.
Roster Size: All teams must have a minimum of 12 players AND each player is required to have a valid US Lacrosse #.
Team Groups Descriptions: Graduation Year Based
- 2030/31, 2029, 2028, 2027, JV, HS B, HS A
NCAA Stick head rules will not be enforced at any level.
Multiple Roster Players: Players are allowed on multiple rosters as long as the teams are in separate divisions AND the player is grade eligible (Playing up). No exceptions.
Horns: None – Clock Kept on Field
Specific NCAA Rules
- 20 yard substitution area.
- Goalie does not get 5 seconds to get back to crease on a violation.
- No 5-yard halo on restarts. If a defender is in the 5-yard halo and plays the attacker, a technical foul can ensue.
- 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 a technical foul.
Game Balls: Each team will receive 6 game balls at check-in. The 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 warm-up and 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, non-releasable 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: After each game, the coaches are required to record the game score in the Field Book and initial. DL staffers or volunteers will gather and record the scores. 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. –
Tourney Machine. It is available for IOS or Android.
Bracket Play: Top teams (4 minimum) in the division advance to the Championship bracket. All other teams will play in the consolation bracket. Bracket play is single elimination.
Overtime: Overtime is only for bracket play games. The first overtime will be 10v10 for 5 minutes. Should teams still be tied after 5 minutes, we will hold a 3v3 Braveheart. Two players and a goalie. The goalie must stay on-side. It starts with a standard faceoff. The extra player must be on a wing.
Awards for each Division: Championship bracket winners will be pictured with the LSS Cup and receive their championship medals or other prizes. The location is near field 6 at Dallas Lacrosse HQ.
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 Division: 4 games guaranteed -3 Pool Games on Sat and one bracket game on Sunday
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 – BUT there is a dog park near the fields.
Team parents are expected to respect the Officials and the Players. Bad behavior will not be tolerated.
Play hard and Have Fun!
Withdrawal Refund Policy
In the event of adverse weather or unplayable field conditions, the Dallas Lacrosse and the City of the Lewisville reserve the right to:
- Reduce game time in order to catch up with the schedule.
- Finish games before inclement weather arrives, or to preserve field conditions.
- Reschedule games, if possible.
- Convert tournament to a ‘Festival’ format without playoffs or championships to provide a majority of the teams the opportunity to play as many games as possible.
In the event of weather, we will post updates on the website in addition to our text messaging system. However, weather conditions can change rapidly and all teams should be prepared to play as soon as weather clears and fields are playable.
If thunder or lightning is observed within 5 miles of the Park, the play will suspended immediately and players and fans will be asked to leave the fields and vendor area.
Under no circumstances will your team receive a full refund of the entry fee.
Delays During Games
If a game is in progress, the period will end immediately and the score will carry over after the delay. If it is the second half, the game will be considered final and the score at that point will be recorded. If it is the first half, when play resumes it will be the start of the second half.
We will make every attempt to play every minute of every game but we will not jeopardize the safety of any player.
- Should 1 game be cancelled – No Refund
- Should 2 games be cancelled – 25% of the entry fee paid refunded
- Should 3 games be cancelled – 50% of the entry fee paid refunded
- Should all games be cancelled – 75% of the entry fee paid refunded
Team Rosters are due on November 6th. Simply download the master roster form, add your player information, save the file as follows, “Team Name_division”
Once the form is filled out and saved, please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTE: Each player MUST have a current US Lacrosse number to participate.