No tournament in 2023.
WE'RE RETIRING THIS SPRING.
HS Boys' Lacrosse Scorekeeping / Timekeeping Guide
This attached e-book guide (last updated 2/20/2022 @ 9:00PM ET) was initially created to provide an overview of the scorekeeping and timekeeping processes for the Parkway West Boys’ Lacrosse Club in Missouri for the Spring 2011 season. Since then it has evolved annually.
Catch the 2021 class recording here:
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The Back Story:
In 2012, West Lacrosse extended its scoring and timekeeping training to the greater St. Louis boys lacrosse community. In 2014, the in-person training extended westward to Columbia, MO and beyond.
Today, clubs and organizations coast to coast have found it online and requested permission to use it. Each year I update the guide based on feedback from stats class students, stewards of the game as well as from US Lacrosse and NFHS.
I appreciate your help and volunteerism to make this sport possible for boys and girls. I ask that you do your best to keep statistics accurate and consistent. Please show good sportsmanship to the opponent and game officials while keeping score and/or time. You’ll find that the love of the sport keeps us all united.
You are welcome to share this guide with others – please be respectful and don’t claim it as your own. If when shared, please shoot me an email and let me know where it went. I love to know how the game is growing.
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Co-Founder Route 66 Lacrosse
St. Louis - Missouri Chapter of US Lacrosse Executive Board (2012-2017) | Member at Large (2019 - 2020) | Chapter Exec Board (2020 -
2014 FIL World Championships Official Scorer
2023 LIVE CLASSES
2/23 @ 7:00PM ET | https://meet.google.com/fby-jzdr-cvv
2023 GUIDE in PDF format
Download the eBook here.
BLANK SCORE SHEETS
Download and print extra score sheets ... always have a few extras on hand. Print on 11x17 paper and trim. Each sheet is 11"x11" - left for YOUR team, right page for THEIR team.
Test Your Knowledge - Play Jeopardy!
Download the attached PowerPoint file, set to Slide Show mode and click through the slides. Click with a mouse for best results (do not use arrow keys). Each answer/question returns back to the master game board. Have fun!!