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Annual Drive 4 UR School Event

May 20th 8am to 6pm

Annual Drive 4 UR School event Saturday, May 20, 8am-6pm (or whenever they hit their goal).  This fundraiser has the potential of raising $6,000 in one day. An added bonus this year will be an extra $2,000 sponsored by the Ford Focus. That’s a total of $8,000!!!   

We need a total of 300 licensed drivers + 200 for bonus = 500 drivers (must be 18 or older) to take a quick test drive of a brand new Ford vehicle.  Only 1 per household counts towards the fundraiser.  After the test drive you will be asked to fill out a short questionnaire.  

Super quick and easy.  Anyone who has participated in previous years can attest that there is NO PRESSURE to purchase.  You can come anytime throughout the day but the earlier the better.  They are hoping to reach their cap early!!

Please stop by the SHS front parking lot at the high school on Saturday, May 20th, take a quick spin and then you're done.  They will have a variety of models including convertibles, big trucks, hybrids, SUVs, and more! 

There will be fresh hot dogs and beverages while they last. Come out and support a great cause and help to support our great athletic program at SHS!


Notes from the Newsletter

Dates To Add To Your Calendars

3/31 - 4/1 Spring Break Practices
4/28 - 4/29 Trip to play Bend and Summit



             High School Rule Changes for 2017 Season

                   October 5th, 2016

There are six NFHS rule changes for the 2017 season:
  1. Only a goalkeeper can be in the crease to block a shot.
  2. Playing without required mouthpiece will now be a technical foul (30-second penalty or change of possession) rather than a non-releasable foul.
  3. Stalling rules now are in effect in the last two minutes only if the score differential is four goals or less.
  4. Since ground anchors are not typically used on grass fields, Rule 1-3-2a was modified to allow, but not require, the use of ground anchors if a flat-iron goal is used on a grass field.
  5. Rule 4-3-3 (introduced last year) previously called for tape to be applied to the handle of the crosse for any player taking a faceoff.  With new handle materials now available that are more durable than tape, the committee revised the rule to allow for use of new materials.
  6. A change in restarts after a foul during a face-off.  Previously, if a player or team committed a foul before or during any faceoff, the ball was awarded to the offended team in its offensive side of the field at the center.  The rules committee removed "or during" from Rule 4-3-1 (Exception 2) in order to be consistent with Rule 4-4-2, which calls for a restart from "the spot where the ball was when play was suspended."
More details and commentary on the new rules can be found on the the NFHS announcement new rules and NFHS page on risk minimalization.  There are also articles discussing the rules on LaxPower and Lax Records.com . 


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