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Chapel Hill vs. Mt. Hebron

Postby admin Mon Apr 16, 2007 11:03 am

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Postby lacrosseplayer38 Sat May 24, 2008 4:20 am

are you talking about chapel hill high school in North Carolina?
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Postby hatswell Sat May 24, 2008 3:32 pm

liking the long stick face man 8)
and the camera man gets faked...... but its a nice game with some nice goals
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Postby tripp Sat May 24, 2008 11:24 pm

yes it is chapel hill in North Carolina. It was a good game, they won state championships again this year
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Postby eww Fri Jun 20, 2008 8:20 pm

after watching lots of highschool lacrosse matches .. i think its funny how easily the short stick middies get beaten in one on ones .. its like theyre trying to get beaten or something.. are they doing this for a reason?
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Postby Media Boy Fri Jun 27, 2008 2:54 pm

They probably do it because the team defense slides early. The play who is beaten will re-locate and find a spare player. Sliding early on short stick defenders is a good system to use
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Postby young_trig Fri Jun 27, 2008 3:47 pm

I watched a really good tutorial where a short stick defender is encouraged to let the attacker go down the outside. He is meant to stay on the back of the dodger and not allow them to turn back and pass back up top. At the same time a slide will come from the crease and completely lock down the dodger leaving them with no outlet pass as the defender from up top drops in to pick up spare men.

It works really effectively providing that everyone does their job correctly. If the dodger is allowed to turn back he will have an easy outlet to the attacker up top who has been left unmarked.
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Postby eww Sun Jun 29, 2008 10:16 pm

nice (Y)
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Postby davidmcculloch81 Mon Jun 30, 2008 1:06 pm

Send them down the outside - yes. But not to stop them passing back up top. It's to stop them beating you on the inside where they get a better shooting angle in front of the goal. Also, playing them down the outside allows the crease defender to know exactly where to slide to every time. If the dodger is quick enough to get by the middie before the slide comes then he has a bad shooting angle so his only outlet really is behind.

Good attacking units then quickly shift the ball to the opposite (weak) side where they can isolate a defender who is still trying to find a spare man after the slide.
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Postby UKLaxfan Mon Jun 30, 2008 3:45 pm

davidmcculloch81 wrote:Send them down the outside - yes. But not to stop them passing back up top. It's to stop them beating you on the inside where they get a better shooting angle in front of the goal. Also, playing them down the outside allows the crease defender to know exactly where to slide to every time. If the dodger is quick enough to get by the middie before the slide comes then he has a bad shooting angle so his only outlet really is behind.

Good attacking units then quickly shift the ball to the opposite (weak) side where they can isolate a defender who is still trying to find a spare man after the slide.


I'm with Coach Young_Trig on this one.

If you don't close the back door by staying topside you are vulnerable to

1. Throwback - Pass back up top to middie who has either popped off the crease or followed the dodger if crease has faded to wing, depending on position of LSM. You want to attack the SSDM.

2. The Roll Back - If you get in front of dodger, you have the defender and the Slider both going to the same spot. If the dodged stops and rolls to inside, he now has good angle and hands free as both defenders are to outside while he is inside.

Good attack units react to what you do.

If you don't force them to redirect through X with solid Team Defence they won't bother with it.

Dodge & Shoot or Dodge-Pass-Shoot beats

Dodge-Pass-Pass-Dodge everytime.

Attackman should take whatever the defence gives them.

If a defender falls over... Go to Goal!

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