2017 Battle @ The Barn

Welcome to the Battle @ The Barn box tournament!  This box tourney will be held in Historic Irvington at the Ellenberger Ice rink that we now call “The Barn”.  The Barn is an old ice rink that was used by the Indianapolis Checkers, who have since relocated to Colorado.  While in Indy the Checkers were part of the New York Islanders during their Stanley Cup dynasty.  It is old, dark, durty and full of history but we now call the Barn our beloved home and it is perfect for box!

 

Tournament DetailsWhat to do and Where to StayHS / Youth - Format & Rules Adult - Format & RulesAddress and Map to the Facility

Location: Historic Ellenberger Ice Rink 5301 East St Clair Street, Indianapolis, IN 46219

Divisions: Grades 5-6, 7-8, High School & Adults (18+ adults only).
Saturday Game Times: 8:00 AM – 9:00 PM (est)
Sunday Game Times (youth teams only): 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM (est)

Registration: Contact Ken to get your team in on the action!  ken@hoosierlacrosse.com / 317-804-1721 If you have already received an invitation use the appropriate link to register your team.

* If paying by credit card there will be an additional  $25.00 fee

  • 4 game guarantee with some teams getting 5
  • 30 second shot clocks
  • 2 USBOXLA certified referees per game
  • At this event there were will be 4 divisions, grouped by age. Each team will be guaranteed a minimum of 4 games and each division will be limited to 5-6 teams.
  • Certified Athletic Trainer
  • Professional goalie gear is available
  • Polished cement playing surface – just like the Canadians
  • Boards all around – no opening behind goals
  • 4’x4′ goals for Youth & HS 4′ x 4’9″ for Adults
  • Youth and HS will follow USBOXLA rules and will be a USBOXLA sanctioned event.
  • Every youth and HS player must be a member of USBOXLA for insurance and safety.  If you do not have a USBOXLA membership you need to go to http://membership.usboxla.com and apply for either a weekend warrior membership for $20.00 or a full annual membership for $45.00.

Hotels:

All teams should register through our travel partner HBC Event Service.  Doing so will ensure the best possible rates and hassle free registration!

What to do:

Here is a comprehensive website with info on the different neighborhoods. http://www.visitindy.com/

Here is a list of local restaurants that we put together:

Brozinni Pizzeria
Family-friendly pizza place features the Big Apple’s signature crust & a small menu of Italian eats.
Address: 8810 S Emerson Ave # 240, Indianapolis, IN 46237
Phone:(317) 865-0911

Jockamo Upper Crust Pizza
Address: 5646 E Washington St, Indianapolis, IN 46219
Phone:(317) 356-6612
jockamopizza.com

Steer-In
Featured on drive inns diners and dives
Address: 5130 E 10th St, Indianapolis, IN 46219
Phone:(317) 356-0996
steerin.net

Dufour’s In Irvington            |
Address: 5648 E Washington St, Indianapolis, IN 46219
Phone:(317) 357-1696
Saturday         8AM–2:30PM
Sunday            9AM–1:30PM
Menu: dufoursinirvington.com 

Black Acre Brewing Co.
Compact brewery & taproom offering rotating beers plus small plates, sandwiches & growlers.
5632 E Washington St, Indianapolis, IN 46219
(317) 207-6266
Saturday 12PM–12AM
Sunday 12–6PM
blackacrebrewing.com

*Chef Dan’s Southern Comfort Restaurant
Address: 5539 E Washington St, Indianapolis, IN 46219
Phone:(317) 737-1801

* La Mexi-Gringa
6129 E Washington St
Indianapolis, IN 46219
Phone number(317) 453-1743

* Tie Dye Grill
Burgers & sandwiches with music-themed names in a laid-back bare-bones joint with a hippie motif.
Address: Suite B, 1311 Shadeland Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46219
Phone:(317) 353-9393
Saturday 10:30AM–2PM
thetiedyegrill.com

*closed on Sunday

USBOXLA Rules will be in effect except for the following.

  • Every youth and HS player must be a member of USBOXLA for insurance and safety.  If you do not have a USBOXLA membership you need to go to http://membership.usboxla.com and apply for either a weekend warrior membership for $20.00 or a full annual membership for $45.00.
  • 22 min running half’s
  • One 30 second time out per game.  Clock does stop.
  • Stop time last minute if score is within 3 goals

Download the USBOXLA rule book here.

 Rules – We are using NLL rules with the following changes & clarifications

  • Field is a full sized NHL rink (200′ x 85′) and is on polished concrete.  Each bench has 1 door.
  • Games will be two 15 minute half’s with running time.  3 minute half time.  Stop time the last 2 minutes if the score is within 3 goals.
  • Each team will gets one 30 second time out per game.  A time out does stop the clock unless it is the last 2 minutes and a there is a 3 goal or less differential.
  • Face-offs after each goal.
  • If a ball hit the netting it will be out of bounds.  Shot off goalie or a defender will stay with the offensive team.
  • Man Ball is not allowed.  On a loose ball all players must go for the ball.
  • We took out ice pick and to clarify any check that does not hit stick is a slash.
  • Slashing:  Rule 66 in the NLL rule book: SLASHING Slashing is the act of swinging a player’s stick on an opponent. Any forceful or powerful chop with the stick on an opponent’s body or stick, shall be penalized as slashing whether the player has possession of the ball or not. Non-aggressive stick contact to the stick or hands of a ball carrier should not be penalized as slashing. At the referees’ discretion, a technical violation or a time served penalty shall be assessed to any offensive player who slashes an opponents’ stick or body based on the severity of the slash. In game situations where players are contesting a loose ball, a player is permitted to check a non-ball carriers’ stick while the ball is within three yards.
  • Minor Penalties – 1 min releasable on a goal.
  • Major Penalties – 2 min not releasable on a goal. Any player that receives 2 Major penalties in a game will be removed from that game.
  • Gross Misconduct – Game and possible tournament disqualification.
  • Face-offs – The two players must contest the ball when the Referee blows the whistle. The ball must come out of the dotted circle. You may not trap, clamp, or “dead stick” (clamp or trap and not move your stick) the ball with the intent to withhold play inside or outside of the dotted circle or the opponent’s stick or body. This is illegal and a technical penalty for illegal procedure shall be called. Any ‘overclamp’ which is a stick clamping on top of the original clamp is a violation. The ball shall be awarded to the non offending team.
  • No takeout checks – May result in game and tournament disqualification.  Just like the NFL and NLL are doing now.
  • 30 second shot clock. Starts on a change of possession.
  • Teams have 10 seconds to clear over midfield even when man down.
  • Full box pads are required. If you play without them you are doing so at your own risk.
  • Playing with a broken stick is illegal.  If your stick breaks you must drop it immediately but can continue to play.
  • Once you brig the ball over midfield you cannot go back.  A shot on goal that rebounds over the midfield is a live ball.  Referee will blow the ball dead at his discretion.  Once blown dead the ball will be put into play within 5 yards of the midfield line or goal line extended, which ever is closest.
  • If a team has 3 or more infractions (during the same time frame) by 3 different players then offending team will be awarded a penalty shot. Example:  2 players are in the sin bin and a 3rd commits a foul, this will result in a penalty shot.  If a goal is scored then all minor penalties are released.
  • You cannot pass or redirect the ball to a goalie while he is in the crease.
  • Penalty Shot – Any dressed player on the offended team may take the penalty shot.

Overtime

  •  Games that are tied at the end of regulation will go to a shootout.  A championship game that is tied will play one 3 minute sudden victory overtime followed by a shootout if needed

Tie breakers

  • Head to Head
  • Goals For
  • Goals Against

 

Location: Historic Ellenberger Ice Rink 5301 East St Clair Street, Indianapolis, IN 46219

2017 Schedules & Results
All Times are Eastern Time Zone

Thank you to all of the teams for a very successful Battle @ The Barn!  Hope to see you again soon and #playbox!

HS Tournament January 14-15, 2017 - Updated 1/11/17 @ 9:00 pm
B Bracket

Champions – 412

Individual Awards
Offensive MVP – Eli Ciotti / 412
Defensive MVP – Evan Smith / Illini
Tournament MVP – Blake Blaisdell  / Jr. Dragonfish

412 = 4-1
Illini = 0-4
Team Wisconsin = 2-2
Jr. Dragonfish = 3-1
Marksmen – 1-3

A Bracket

Champions – Resolute

Individual Awards
Offensive MVP – Connor O’Brien  / Resolute
Defensive MVP – Fin Arneson / 412
Tournament MVP – Landon Trout  / Resolute

Ft. Wayne Select = 0-4
Howlin’ Hounds = 2-2
Resolute = 4-0
412 = 2-2

Saturday – January 14


HS B Games

  • 9:00 AM  412 8 vs Jr. Dragonfish 7 – Shootout
  • 9:50 AM  Illini 2 vs Wisconsin 5
  • 10:40 AM  Wisconsin 2 vs 412 7
  • 11:30 AM  Jr. Dragonfish 8 vs Marksmen 3
  • 12:20 PM  Marksmen 5 vs Wisconsin 7
  • 1:10 PM  412 12 vs Illini 1
  • 2:00 PM  Illini 3 vs Marksmen 7

HS A Games

  • 3:00 PM Ft. Wayne Select 3 vs 412 15
  • 4:00 PM  Howlin’ Hounds 2 vs Resolute 8
  • 5:00 PM  Ft. Wayne Select 0 vs Howlin’ Hounds 11
  • 6:00 PM  Resolute 12 vs 412 3
  • 7:00 PM  Resolute 12 vs Ft. Wayne Select 2
  • 8:00 PM  Howlin’ Hounds 6 vs 412 4 – Shootout

Sunday – January 15

HS B Games

  • 9:00 AM Wisconsin 2 vs Jr. Dragonfish 7
  • 9:50 AM Marksmen 1 vs 412 14
  • 10:40 AM Jr. Dragonfish 6 vs Illini 1
  • 11:30 AM Championship Jr. Dragonfish 2 vs 412 6

HS A Games

  • 12:30 PM  # 1 Resolute 13 vs # 4 Ft. Wayne Select 2
  • 1:20 PM  # 2 Howlin’ Hounds 3 vs # 3 412 5
  • 2:30 PM Championship Resolute 8 vs 412 7
Adult Tournament January 21, 2017 - Updated 1/17/17 @ 1:00 pm

Champions – Resolute

Individual Awards – Click on name for Twitter or FB Account – These guys are good!
Offensive MVP – Dominique Alexander / Resolute
Defensive MVP – Craig Wende / Letterkenny Shamrocks
Tournament MVP – Stefan Schroder / Resolute

Teams
Beaver Kings / Louisville, Ky
Cincinnati / Cincinnati, Oh
Copperheads / Indianapolis, In
Letterkenny Shamrocks / Ontario, Canada
Resolute / Columbus, Oh
Rise Fighting Ostriches / Nashville, Tn
St. Louis Centurions / St. Louis, Mo

 

  • 10:00 AM Copperheads 3 vs Letterkenny Shamrocks 8
  • 10:40 AM St. Louis Centurions 1 vs Resolute 5
  • 11:20 AM Rise Fighting Ostriches 8 vs Beaver Kings 7 – shootout
  • 12:00 PM Cincinnati 5 vs Copperheads 3
  • 12:40 PM Letterkenny Shamrocks 10 vs St. Louis Centurions 3
  • 1:20 PM Resolute 7 vs Rise Fighting Ostriches 1
  • 2:00 PM Beaver Kings 2 vs Cincinnati 6
  • 2:40 PM Copperheads vs St. Louis Centurions 6 – shootout
  • 3:20 PM Letterkenny Shamrocks 6 vs Resolute 5  – shootout
  • 4:00 PM Rise Fighting Ostriches 5 vs Cincinnati 6
  • 4:40 PM St. Louis Centurions 3 vs Beaver Kings 8
  • 5:20 PM Copperheads 7 vs Rise Fighting Ostriches 6
  • 6:00 PM Resolute 7 vs Cincinnati 6
  • 6:40 PM Beaver Kings 2 vs Letterkenny Shamrocks 7
  • 7:20 PM – Championship Letterkenny Shamrocks 4 vs Resolute 6