Yes, a winter wonderland on May 20, one month from the first day of summer.
See the video below for a look at the conditions the game was played in.
Video: Lacrosse championship game played in snowstorm
Cherry Creek overcomes Kent Denver, snowy conditions to win title.
"Every time we've had weather like this, typically that game gets canceled," Cherry Creek coach Matthew Bocklet told Ryan Casey of CHSAANow
. "But it seemed like we were going to play in this no matter what, and it just adds to this story, and this season.
"(The snow) made for an incredible setting for a championship game."
The game started at 7:30 p.m. under a driving rain, but as the temperatures dropped, rain turned to snow. The field constantly had to be shoveled to see the lines and the white ball was switched out to a yellow one so players could see it.
Bocklet encouraged his team to just keep shooting because "There is no way anyone can see the ball." His goalie Chandler Nayman
did well enough to allow only seven.
This was the second time the teams had faced each other this season. Kent Denver won the previous game 9-8 in overtime. This time the Bruins (17-2) prevailed, giving them their seventh state title, more than any other program in Colorado.
The Sun Devils, clearly not playing under conditions suitable to their mascot, finished 15-4.