May 6th & May 7th, 2023
South Salem Spring Shootout
- Grades: 4th - 8th
- Dates: May 6th (Grades 4th, 5th & 6th)
- Dates: May 7th (Grades 7th & 8th)
- Cost $695 per team
Prime Time Lacrosse is excited to announce the dates for the 8th annual South Salem Spring Shootout! The premier tournament for town teams in the Tristate will once again be held at Onatru Farm Park in South Salem, New York the weekend of May 6th & May 7th, 2023.
The Spring Shootout is open to town all level teams in 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, & 8th grade. Our event is only open to teams that consist of players from one town or recreation programs as “Select or All-Star” teams are not permitted in our event.
The tournament is a one-day championship format tournament with every team playing three pool play games and the winner of those brackets advancing to a championship game. Youth organizations who have both AA or A teams, can register both talent based squads as we will be offering multiple talent based brackets for all divisions.
On Saturday May 6th, 2023 the 4th, 5th & 6th grade divisions will take place and on Sunday May 7th, 2023 the 7th & 8th grade divisions will be held. Town organizations that have combined age groups such as 3rd/4th grade, 5th/6th grade and 7th/8th grade should register in the grade of their oldest players as we do not permit players to play down a grade.
Attending in 2023
Rules + Waivers
- Each team will play 3 games; each game will be 40 minutes long
- 19-minute halves (2-minute half time, where teams switch sides)
- NO timeouts allowed
- Time served man-up/man-down
- Officials will keep penalty time on the field
- Games can end in a tie (No overtime, except for a championship game)
- Champions will be crowned in each division (top two teams in each division will play in a championship game)
TIE BREAKER CRITERIA
- Overall Record
- Head-to-head (only if all tied teams have played each other)
- Least Goals Allowed
- Goal Differential
Players, coaches, and spectators should exhibit the highest level of sportsmanship at all times. Coaches and officials should be partners in providing the best possible lacrosse experience for youth players. Unsportsmanlike conduct by coaches and/or players and/or spectators degrades the experience of youth players, discourages people from becoming or continuing as officials, and erodes the integrity and appeal of the sport. Therefore, unsportsmanlike conduct will not be tolerated. Obscenities need not be used in order for language to draw a penalty. Tone, intent, and body language can all contribute to unsportsmanlike conduct. US Lacrosse expects officials to enforce the Unsportsmanlike Conduct rules without hesitation.
No Smoking, Pets or grilling are allowed at Onatru Park. Please only park in areas designated by Prime Time Lacrosse’s Parking staff and avoid areas that have been coned off limits.
Official Tournament Schedule