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Hebron Lacrosse Association is a non-profit, volunteer driven lacrosse association. As part of our commitment to our league and our players, we must have parent volunteers.

YOUTH volunteer positions are not difficult, and you may actually find them fun. For more details on the various volunteer opportunities, please see below.

If you have any additional questions about the various duties, please contact our Youth Program Coordinator .


Home Games

For home games the league requires that we provide the following volunteers:

  • Game Site/Field Administrator (on the parent sideline)
    • Must present himself/herself to the referee prior to the opening face off. (Failure to present a Game Site Administrator prior to the game will result in a 30 second penalty to the home team.)
    • Administer the Sportsmanship Card
[The above volunteer position is required by the league
and is a simple and usually uneventful position.]
  • Time Clock (1 volunteer seated or standing at/near the table in the box – same side as the players)
    • Keep game clock.
    • Start clock on referee's whistle and stop clock for stoppages on referee's whistle (i.e., out of bounds, injuries, penalties, goals, timeouts)
    • Sound horn at the end of the periods or when asked on a stoppage of play.
  • Penalty Time Keeper (1 volunteer seated at the table in the box - same side as the players)
    • Keep track of penalty times (the referee will tell you the penalty time.)
    • Release players when time is up.
  • Score Keeper (1 volunteer seated at the table in the box - same side as the players )
    • Keep track of the score and period of play.
[The above volunteer positions are a great opportunity to watch the game
from a front row seat and hear all the penalty calls.]
  • Stats Keeper (7/8 Parent ONLY; 1 volunteer seated at the table in the box - same side as the players)
    • Track scoring player and team scores.
    • Track ground balls, ground balls won, face offs won, shots on goal for and against, assists/player #, goals/player # and score.
    • Record penalties by player number and time served.
    • Notify referee when player has five fouls.​
  • Spotter (7/8 Parent ONLY; 1 or 2 volunteers seated or standing behind the table in the box - same side as the players)
    • Call out player number and action (e.g., ground ball, shot on goal, assist, etc...) for Stats Keeper volunteer to record.
[The above two volunteer positions are a bit more involved.
A great way to learn and watch the game from the trenches.]

 

  • Field Set Up (2 volunteers to assist with field set up prior to the first game of the day)
    • Assist in setting up the goals.
    • Assist in setting up the field cones marking the field of play, player and penalty boxes.
    • Assist in setting up extra balls along the end lines.
  • Field Tear Down (2 volunteers to assist with field tear down after the last game of the day)
    • Return goals and lock them up
    • Gather up cones and balls and return them to the game bag in the penalty box.
    • Police the field for any left over trash.
[Field set up and tear down are super easy, just takes a little bit of muscle.]
Visitor Games
 
  • Stats Keeper (7/8 Parent ONLY; 1 volunteer seated at the table in the box - same side as the players)
    • Track scoring player and team scores.
    • Track ground balls, ground balls won, face offs won, shots on goal for and against, assists/player #, goals/player # and score.
    • Record penalties by player number and time served.
    • Notify referee when player has five fouls.​
 
  • Spotter (7/8 Parent ONLY; 1 volunteer seated or standing behind the table in the box - same side as the players)
    • Call out player number and action (e.g., ground ball, shot on goal, assist, etc...) for Stats Keeper volunteer to record.