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PCS - Vocabulary Lax

PE unit Soft Lacrosse

What is the oldest team sport in North America? Lacrosse
How long could traditional lacrosse games last and how many players did they have? several days with 100-1000 players
Lacrosse is one of the fastest growing sports in what country? US
What was the traditional purpose of Lacrosse? religion, recreation, settle disputes, train young warriors for battle
What are the skills used in lacrosse cradling, scooping ground balls, throwing, and catching
Why is raking or covering the ball with your stick allowed? to gain possession
How many players from each team can go after a ground ball? one from each team (This is a safety rule)
Is contact allowed in soft lacrosse? no (This is a safety rule)
How many hands must be on your stick? both at all times (This is a safety rule.)
Who can touch the ball with their hands? no one at any time
Created by: cboula