Yes there is cement in some of the new 2008 to 2010 lacrosse balls specially made, but a large majority of them have no cement in them.
A lacrosse ball.
yes in lacrosse there is a ball used
Games where atheletes can put a spin on the ball have a big difference with lacrosse. The balls are filled with air. A lacrosse ball is way to dense to have any curve in the air. Just watch any mll player shoot. They're shooting over 100 mph and the ball still has no curve.
With a lacrosse stick and a lacrosse ball
In lacrosse, the ball can go as high as it wants to go.
A lacrosse stick.
No. A lacrosse ball is much harder than a baseball.
No, when a ball falls onto the ground in a lacrosse game it is referred to as a 'ground ball'.
B/c lacrosse ball have a more weight when descending when you drop it than a tennis ball
A lacrosse ball is very different from a baseball. It is heavier and more bouncy. A baseball is light and stings when you get hit, a lacrosse ball is more of a thud since it is heavier. A lacrosse ball is not harder than a baseball, but it does hurt more when you get hit by one.
the goal of the game lacrosse is to throw the ball with the mini stick and try to get the ball into the net
throwing-have to be able to throw the ball with your lacrosse stickcatching-have to be able to catch the ball with your lacrosse stick when your open during a gamespeed-have to be able to run with great speed in order to make a point
Usually very bouncy, more bouncy then a tennis ball or basically any other sports ball
It is called a lacrosse ball. :) Girls play with yellow ones and boys play with white ones
Extremely hard! When you try to squeeze it there is barely any give in it.
Lacrosse balls are made out of solid indian rubber.
Lacrosse balls are made out of solid Indian rubber.
ball stop in lacrosse is a piece of foam material that has an adhesive on one side that allows it to stick to the throat area of the lacrosse head. the ball stop allows players to catch passes and have the ball not bounce off of the bottom plastic.