Football season ends for 2 metro schools after game ends with brawl

Football season ends for 2 metro schools after game ends with brawl
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PATRINA, WHAT HAVE YOU LEARNED
ABOUT THIS VIOLENCE? PATRINA: IT HAPPENED IN THE
MIDDLE OF THE FIELD. A SPORTS RIVALRY BETWEEN THESE
TEAMS FOR DECADES AND SOME
PARENTS TELL ME THIS BRAWL MAY
HAVE BEEN GANG-RELATED. THIS IS CELL PHONE VIDEO FROM
RAMON CASTRO JUNIOR. FOOTBALL PLAYERS FROM CAPITOL
HILL AND GRANT HIGH SCHOOL
FIGHTING ON THE FIELD AT SPEEGLE
STADIUM FRIDAY NIGHT, ACCORDING
TO THE POLICE OFFICER WORKING
THAT NIGHT, THE GAME ENDED WITH BOTH TEAMS SHAKING HANDS IN THE
MIDDLE OF THE FIELD WHEN A FIGHT
BROKE OUT. HE SAYS 60 PLAYERS FROM BOTH
TEAMS AND 10 COACHES WERE ON T
FIELD, AND AT ONE POINT THE
COACHES BROKE IT UP, BUT OTHER
FIGHTS SPARK
. THE OFFICER SAYS THE PRINCIPALS
AND STAFF FROM BOTH SIDES GOT
INVOLVED BUT COULDN’T GET THINGS
UNDER CONTROL. WITH MORE THAN 100 PEOPLE ON THE
FIELD, THE OFFICER EVENTUALLY
USED PEPPER SPRAY TO DISPERSE
THE CROWD, GRAPHIC, OKLAHOMA .
OKLAHOMA CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
 
 
 
 
RELEASED THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT
SAYING IN PART, FRIDAY NIGHT’S INCIDENT WAS UNFORTUNATE AND
DOES NOT REFLECT THE VALUES OR
SPORTSMANSHIP THAT OKCPS. OKCPS IS FULLY COOPERATING WITH
LAW ENFORCEMENT AND STUDENTS
INVOLVED WILL BE DISCIPLINED
ACCORDING TO OUR STUDENT CODE OF
CONDUCT. A FINAL GAMES FOR BOT TEAMS
SCHEDULED FOR THIS FRIDAY, NOT

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