Lacrosse in Action
When lacrosse was first played as a Native American sport, teams of hundreds of people played on a field that was miles in length! Lacrosse in Action uses full-color photos and illustrations to highlight a sport that is becoming more and more popular in North America. Features include player positions, scoring drills and skills, defense and goaltending techniques, lacrosse equipment and rules.
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aim your pass attackman baggataway ball from bouncing body check bottom hand box lacrosse leagues boys catch the ball center circle check your opponent Cradle the ball defender defenseman Face-offs fake farther than feels Female field lacrosse field lacrosse players fifteen feet 4.5 fouls include girls goalie goaltenders grab hold the ball Hold the stretch Hold your stick ice hockey keep the ball knees knock the ball lacrosse and male lacrosse leagues allow lacrosse nets lacrosse players wear large cradle loose ball male field lacrosse midfield line Minor fouls Modern lacrosse Native Americans open teammate opponent's stick pass the ball penalty box Personal fouls playing offense pocket protect the ball ready stance red team scoop score goals shoot the ball shooter Sidearm shots slashing sport stick check stick's netting stick's throat swing target team's main scorer Technical fouls top hand back type of lacrosse umpire whistle blows