DIAA uses NFHS (National Federation of State High School Associations) And here is the rule.
6-10-1 ART. 1…It shall be the initial responsibility of the team in possession to move the ball into its goal area. attack the goal.
Rationale: One of three revisions needed to implement the elimination of the present 10 second return to the goal area rule.
6-10-2 ART 2…A team in possession of the ball in its offensive half of the field may be warned to “get it in/keep it in”. This warning shall be made when it is obvious , in the judgment of the officials, that team is keeping the ball from play by not attacking the goal. A visual 10 second count will start when warning the team to “get it in”. If the offensive team has the ball in the goal area, the defensive team must attempt to play the ball within the goal area in order for a stalling warning to be issued against the offensive team.
The stalling warning remains in effect until a goal is scored, the defensive team gains possession of the ball or the period ends resulting in a faceoff. After the team has been warned, stalling shall be called if the ball leaves the goal area in any manner other than as a result of a shot on goal or a touch by the defensive team.