Sometimes it's OK to have a little fun, even if it means having football players masquerading as field hockey competitors.

Such was the case Monday afternoon when the West York High School football team took some time out of its schedule to scrimmage the Bulldogs' field hockey squad in a friendly "Kilts for a Cause" showdown.

A year after getting handed a disappointing 5-0 loss by their female peers, the Bulldog football squad, under first-year head coach Jeremy Jones, showed off some of their new-found skills. While those skills still didn't result in a victory (the football team lost 3-0), the football and field hockey clubs enjoyed the get-together, which raised donations for the York Rescue Mission's Women's and Children's Shelter.

The handing out of the kilts...— YAIAA Scores (@YAIAAscores) September 28, 2015