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Defense 101

Never cross your feet:
If the attackman changes directions you will trip. Instead, break down with your knees bent and your weight on the balls of your feet and shuffle with him.

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From the Coach

If the stick becomes parallel to the ground, the head and stick become exposed to checks by an opponent.

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la - crosse

/ləˈkrôs,-ˈkräs/
(noun)
a team game, originally played by North American Indians, in which the ball is thrown, caught, and carried with a long-handled stick having a curved L-shaped or triangular frame at one end with a piece of shallow netting in the angle.