The two Georgia high school football teams involved in a post-game brawl that left a coach severely injured are scheduled to face each other again this fall, but a school official insists on several conditions.
The two schools involved in a post-game brawl that left a high school football coach severely injured will now play in different subregions. The Georgia High School Association's Reclassification Committee decided to separate Hancock Central and Warren County after the fight.
A community in east Georgia is still trying to come to terms with a brutal beating of a coach that took place two weeks ago after a high school football game. A melee broke-out between the players of Warren County and Hancock Central. The incident has prompted reviews of post-game conduct by other school districts.