lacrosse comparison chart
Now lacrosse has a finite amount of players(9)
Now people were pads
The sticks are plastic
Teams just have a before game warm up
Lacrosse balls are solid rubber balls
In the 1930s, an indoor version of the game, box lacrosse, was introduced in Canada.
George Beers codified the game in 1867 to shorten the length of each game, reduce the number of players, use a redesigned stick, and use a rubber ball
In modern lacrosse there are penalties
In modern lacrosse there are referees
involved hundreds of players
They wore no pads
The sticks are wood
They had a night of celebration before a game
Some early lacrosse balls were made out of wood. Others were made of deerskin and stuffed with hair.
Players would decorate their bodies with paint and charcoal
Players also decorated their sticks or stick racks with objects representing qualities desired in the game
In Native lacrosse there were no penalties
In Native lacrosse there were no referee
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