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Childhood game played on Halloween

Who knew they’d meet on the campus of Lipscomb University?

One from Nashville and one from Kansas. It was the chance to compete at the highest level that brought them together. And there was always a chance someone would get hurt.

The childhood game traces its roots back 200 years in Africa where it was used as a method to train warriors.

Today, it’s played by competitive college students who should probably know better.