We provide a positive, competitive yet inclusive, player oriented atmosphere where players of all ages learn not only the skills and strategies of the game, but the importance of team work, sportsmanship, camaraderie and honor.

Sponsored By:   Beckwith & Kuffel
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Event Information:


Saturday, May 29th and Sunday, May 30th, 2021


Heritage Park, Stanwood Middle School, Stanwood WA


Boys Teams, up to 8 teams each at the 3/4, 5/6, and 7/8 levels


Up to 6 Boys K/2 teams



·         Registration should be submitted as soon as possible by mail or online (ONLINE PREFERRED).​ No payment due at this time.  Once we get closer to the tournament data, and the COVID number allow the tournmanet to continue as scheduled we will notifiy you about payment.  Please register using the "pay by check" option.

·         Teams need concussion paperwork on file with their respective programs, and a coach or representative must certify that the paperwork is on file.

·         All players must have US Lacrosse membership OR have health insurance through some other carrier in order to participate.  A team representative must certify their players' eligibility.

·         Participation Waiver/Rosters must be turned on or before the day of the event including names, ages, and current grade.  (The link to the form will be emailed to you, along with your confirmation of registration.  

·         Each team must supply one high school or adult volunteer to the scoring table for each game. 

·         Each team must have a certified first aid/CPR adult present during games. 


Cost – 3 games (minimum) per team 

·         K/2 teams:  $100 

·         3/4 teams:  $350 

·         5/6, 7/8 teams:  $450

Rules of the Day  (subject to revision)

·         NFHS and U.S. Lacrosse youth rules will be in place, with the following modifications: 

1.       Each game will start on the hour. 

2.       Games will include two 20 minute running halves, with a four-minute half time. 

3.       Each team will have a 1-minute timeout per half, stopping the clock. 

4.       Referees may stop the clock for injuries. No timeouts in the last 5 minutes of each half. 

5.       No horns for substitutions. All substitutions will be on the fly. 

6.       Overtime will be one five-minute period, sudden victory. 

7.       A tie will result if no goal is scored in overtime. 

8.       The highest emphasis will be placed on sportsmanship. 

9.       Penalty time will begin when play resumes. 

10.   Offensive and unsportsmanlike behavior will not be tolerated. 

11.   ​Offending players, coaches, or spectators will be subject to removal from the field or premises at the direction of the invitational director or designee. Participants or spectators who refuse to leave will preclude their program’s team from continuing to play; no refunds will be issued.

·         If you have any questions, please email 



COVID Safety Protocols:

  • Currently WA State guidelines limit us to a maximum of 400 people within the complex.  Furthermore we are capped at 75 people per field.  This includes players, coaches, and officials.  At this time we are asking that spectators be limited to immediate family of the players only. 
  • Facial coverings are required for all spectators, players, and coaches at all times, except players and officials actively on the field in a game are not required to wear a facial covering. 
  • WA State guidelines still require social distancing of 3-6 ft. 
  • These safety protocols will change as the guidelines change.  We will keep all registered teams updated on any changes as they happen.