Field Duty Link & Information
To sign up for a time keeper, score-keeper, or set-up/clean-up spot, please follow this link https://signup.com/go/UffNaaJ
League Sign-up for concessions: PRYL Lacrosse 2023 — Signup Sheet | SignUp.com
- If you are unable to fulfill these requirements, you can opt to pay $25 to a student aged 13 years or older. Please sign up using your name (in order to get credit) and communicate the student’s name to either the Team Manager (for Field Duty) or Angie Pickels (for Concessions).
Table & crease set-up/Game time keeper (1 per game)
Pick up the crease bag, table, and score-keeper's box from the concession stand. Take them to the field and set up the creases around each goal. Set the table up in the middle of the field (think dead center of the 50 yd line, then walk a few yards towars our half of the field to have adequate space between our game and 10u Green's). The table should be facing our half of the field.
Stopping and starting the timer each time with the referee blows his whistle unless it is a running clock game in which the referee and or coach instructs. The clock keeper should discuss details with the referee prior to the game start on how many minutes in a quarter, 8,10 or 12 minutes and when the referee wants to be notified on time remaining, etc. Electronic game clock/horn will be used.
Score/penalty keeper/Table & crease return (1 per game)
Bring a chair, pen/pencil, and your cell phone. There should be working timers and pencils in the score-keeper's box but that doesn't always happen. You will set and start/stop the clock according to the referee's instructions. Play begins and ends with the whistle. If you've never done anything like this before, do not feel intimidated - it is very easy at this level.
We most likely won't have many, if any, penalites. Penalty timer is to keep the time on the penalty box sidelines using a clock timer/stop watch and advise the player when he can return to the field. The referee will determine the penalty time and type of penalty, personal or technical. The player will stay in the penalty box on one knee facing the field ready for his release. At 15 seconds remaining on the penalty, the timer will announce to the player to “be ready” and at 10 seconds count down out loud through 1 second and then announce “release” for the player to return to the field. Timer will note the player number, penalty time and type of penalty on the penalty form placed on the game table to keep track.
If there is not a game after ours, please return the items to where you found them. If there is a code needed to enter the concession stand, Tina will let you in.
Richland Park: located in the concession stand.
Ram Cage: so far, only a table can be stored in the concession stand. More information TBD
Pine Park: no storage yet. More information TBD