Club lacrosse teams break tie with tense game of rock–paper–scissors

Rock–Paper–Scissors has been ready for a comeback for quite some time, and Western Michigan and Dayton may have just sparked its revival.

After lightning forced a club lacrosse game between the two schools to stop playing, they decided to break a tie with a game of good ol’ R–P–C. Just electric stuff, no pun intended.

Due to lightning the Dayton and WMU game was settled with a best out of 3 rock- paper- scissors match. WMU came out on top, with a paper over Rock win! #wmulax #broncolacrosse #daytonlax #rockpaperscissors #WMUwin @daytonflyers

A video posted by Western Michigan Lacrosse (@wmubroncoslacrosse) on Oct 1, 2016 at 3:05pm PDT

Who the hell throws scissors on the first attempt? That takes serious stones. The kid deserved to win.

– Kenny Ducey

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