Boys High School Winter League
2018-19 Dates & Info:
Early Bird: October 15th - October 24th ($90)
Regular: October 25th - November 14th ($100)
Late: November 15th - November 26th ($115)
9th/10th Boys Registration
11th/12th Boys Registration
Regular Season: December 1st - January 19th
*All teams gaurenteed 6 regular season games + 1 playoff game*
Semifinals: January 26th
Championships: February 2nd
ALL GAMES PLAYED SATURDAYS ONLY AT UNIVERSITY OF UTAH SPENCE ECCLES FIELD HOUSE
*No games December 23rd & 30th*
2018-19 Schedule Outline:
||4 - 8 PM
||4 - 8 PM
||4 - 8 PM
||12- 4 PM
||12- 4 PM
||12 - 4 PM
|Week 7 (semis)
||4 - 8 PM
|Week 8 (championships)
||9 AM & 10 AM
The boys winter league consists of two separate divisions for high school boys to help ensure a fun and competitive atmosphere for all players. Both divisions are considered to be semi-competitive, but the overall skill level of teams between divisions does differ. There are playoffs and a championship for each respective division, and there is no cross divisional play (i.e. no 9/10 teams vs. 11/12 teams). Although the league is considered "semi-competative" Winter League, at its core, is concentrated on having fun and the love of the game! Both divisions provide players the same opportunity to play and enjoy the best part about lacrosse, the games, with friends, high school teammates and club teammates without the responsibility of practice.
9th/10th Grade Division: CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
The 9th/10th Grade Division consists of all players in the 9th or 10th grade of the current school year. Similar to the Freshman/Sophomore division in the UHSLL spring season. Great opportunity for new and incoming high school players to get acclemated to the pace and level of play of high school lacrosse.
*11th graders permitted provided their high school coach submits recommendation via email to Collin Madsen at
11th/12th Grade Division:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
The 11th/12th Grade Division consists of all players in the 11th or 12th grade of the current school year. Great opportunity for older and more experienced players to refine and improve their skills for the spring season.
*9th or 10th graders permitted provided both parents and high school coach submitt approval via email to Collin Madsen at
Boys High School Winter League Rules Overview:
- Games are 24-minute running time halves, with a two-minute half time.
- Teams may take one one-minute timeout per game. However, team time-outs do not stop game time.
- Official time-outs (e.g. injury) do stop the game clock.
- Penalties are running time except when suspended for a time out or the half. Technical fouls are 45 seconds, and personal fouls run in 90-second increments therefore being time and a half. Penalty time begins when the player is in the box, and the official restarts play.
- In case of a tie, the game’s outcome will be determined by a brave heart face-off. This entails one middie, and one goalie per team until a goal is scored. Before possession is called, the goalie must remain in his defensive area. Once possession is called, the goalie is not restricted to his half of the field.
- Up to four long poles are allowed on the field. A long pole on faceoff is also allowed.
- No ten-second or twenty-second advance-the-ball count.
- Normal four-second goalkeeper count applies.
- Stall warning in effect the last two minutes for the team ahead (“Keep it in!”)
- No baiting, taunting or profanity
- Fans are to watch from the far sideline.
- Only coaching personnel and players are allowed on the team side.
- Any player involved in a fight will be banned from Winter League with no refund and may receive a harsher penalty if the commissioner feels it is necessary.
- No player may play for a different team except goalies. Teams must agree before the start of the game to allow a substitute goalie.
- Less than 8 players on one team. Teams may play with 7 field players (2 attack, 3 midfield, 2 defenders) and a goalie and not forfeit.
- If a team plays with a player not registered to play for their team.
- If a team does not provide a goalie and the opposing team does not agree to let them use a hector.
- Forfeits end in a 0-1 loss.
- In the event team records are tied for playoff seeding, the tie breaker will go to goals scored against.