Lacrosse is a fast-paced, physically demanding team sport played with a small rubber ball and a long-handled stick called a crosse. Two teams of 10 players each compete to score goals by shooting the ball into the opposing team's net. Players use their crosses to catch, carry, and pass the ball, and they may also use their bodies to check opponents and control the ball.
Lacrosse is a sport that requires good hand-eye coordination, agility, speed, and teamwork, and is played at both the amateur and professional levels. It is popular in the United States and Canada and is considered one of the oldest team sports in North America.