The Premier Lacrosse Event

Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri 8:00am - 8:00pm




The Adrenaline 3v3 All-American Event

This 3v3 youth boys and girls lacrosse tournament will coincide with the Adrenaline 3v3 All American game on July 24-25th, 2021.  Winners of pool brackets will get the opportunity to play the playoff rounds at the Star in Frisco, home of the Dallas Cowboys, before the Adrenaline All American boys and girls games.  This event will be for grades 1st-12th grade. 

  • Date: July 24-25th, 2021
  • Location:  The Star in Frisco (Home of the Dallas Cowboys) & BF Phillips Park, Frisco, TX
  • Divisions: Grades 1st-12th Boys and Girls Divisions (1st/2nd, 3rd/4th, 5th/6th, 7th/8th, JV, V)
  • Cost: $400 per team (recommend 5 players per team, ~$80 per player)
  • Semifinals and Finals to be played at The Star before the Adrenaline All-American HS games
  • Best Team Sportsmanship and Best Uniform awards to be given at the Star as well.

Rules / Format

  • Games are 7-minute running halves (2-minute halftime).  The goal size is 3x3. We will be using s
  • There are no goalies. All players must use short sticks; no long poles or goalie sticks are allowed.
  • To begin the game, all players will be on their own goal line; The official will roll the ball out into the middle of the field.  Once the official blows the whistle the players can enter the field to gain possession.
  • No one is allowed in the crease
• If the ball gets stuck in the crease the ball is awarded to the defense
  • No Offside – players go up and down the field and play offense and defense
  • Everything is a quick restart (no horns). Players must substitute on the fly, quickly when the ball goes out of bounds, or after a goal.
  • After each goal, the team that got scored on will start with the ball at their own goal line.
  • Missed shots cannot be backed up like in field lacrosse; every ball that goes out of bounds (whether it is a shot or pass) is awarded to the other team.
  • Spectators and fans will be placed on the opposite side of the field from the bench areas. Spectators, fans, and parents cannot be behind the end lines and will observe a 5-yard buffer from the sidelines.
  • Player Equipment for all players: All standard full game equipment is required: Goggles for girls and helmets for boys, Mouth Guard, etc.



All infractions (including loose ball push) will result in a penalty.  The offensive team will get possession in the opposing team’s end to start play. The fouling player must begin at the midline and run around the opposing team’s goal and cross the midline before he can come back into play. The officials will utilize “play on” if a team has the ball when the penalty is committed.  The official will stop play once the offensive team loses possession.

There is NO hitting and slashes and cross-checks will be called very tightly; the point of this game is to work on defensive communication and playing defense using good footwork.

To signal a foul the ref will hold his hand up rather than throw a flag

  • It will be a play-on until the fouling team either gets possession or there is a dead ball
  • If the team that got fouled scores a goal during the play-on then the penalty is wiped off
  • Team that got fouled will play 3v2 until the offending player re-enters the game as stated above
  • Unsportsmanlike Conduct - A player that continues to foul or commits a flagrant foul will be ejected for that game and possibly the rest of the event.

Ties will be broken by the following format:

  •         Best Record
  •         Head to Head
  •         Goal Differential (Max of 7 points per game)
  •         Goals Against
  •         Coin Flip 


Field Dimensions

  • 35 yds wide by 40 yds long with one midfield line (Exact men’s restraining box flipped on side)

For questions about the event, please email Jason Gildea.

3v3 lacrosse promotes confidence and learning for all ages.

The Fall 2021 Lax Event

The 2021 Fall Lax Event will be held on October 9-10, 2021 at Reedy High School, Frisco, TX

The Lax Event is a series of lacrosse clinics and camps coordinated to connect aspiring high school and youth lacrosse players with training from NCAA, MCLA and NAIA coaches.  Every high school player received a full sublimated Event reversible and Adrenaline socks.  The Winter 2021 Event will be held in Frisco, TX on October 9-10th, 2021 at Frisco Reedy High School.  Please see the list of coaches below that have been invited.

2021 Winter Recruiters

Scrimmages will be video recorded and shared with NCAA Division 1 Coaches










The Lax Event Format


  • 9:00am - 11:00am - Advanced College Coaches Clinics (7th - 12th grades)
  • 12:00am - 3:00pm - Team Scrimmages (9th - 12th grades)
  • 3:00pm - Awards (9th - 12th grades)


  • 9:00am  - 11:00am - Youth Event (3rd-6th Grade - register on separate link bottom of page)
  • 12:00pm - 3:00pm - Advanced College Coaches Clinics (7th - 12th grades)
  • 4:00pm  -  7:00pm - Team Scrimmages (9th - 12th grades)


Colby College Assistant and Denver Outlaws Faceoff Specialist Casey Dowd

The Texas Faceoff Challenge will take place the evening before The Lax Event on Friday, October 8th, 2021.  This is a great opportunity to show your are the best Face Off specialist in the south region of the United States in front of many NCAA coaches. Colby College Assistant and Denver Outlaws Faceoff Specialist will be on site to train and judge.

Faceoff Against the Best

Register for a great opportunity to compete in front of the college coaches while you warm up for The Lax Event.

Friday, October 8th, 2021

  • 5:00pm - 6:30pm - Advanced College Coaches Clinics
  • 7:00pm - 9:00pm - Challenge Tournament by Grades

The Youth Event

The Lax Event will be holding a youth clinic for all 3rd-6th grade.  The clinic will be provided by the NCAA and MCLA coaches from 9am-11am on Saturday, October 9th, 2021.  Limited spots are available for this event.

Please click on the link below to register.

Frisco Reedy High School

3003 Stonebrook Pkwy, Frisco, TX 75036


John Marano

The Event Director

Head Coach of Frisco High School Varsity program.   Founded the C2C Lacrosse Club.  Son, Mason Marano, currently plays at Quincy University.

Jason Gildea

The Event Coordinator

Currently the Head Coach of SMU Men's Lacrosse.  Founded Chaos Lacrosse Club.  Son, Aidan Gildea, currently plays at Southwestern University.

Patrick Diamonon

The Media Coordinator

Originally from Houston, Texas, and played at Hendrix College.


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