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 brawl involving two Georgia high schools is prompting at least one other school district in the state to change its security policies for games. The Augusta Chronicle reports that the Richmond County Board of Education has amended its policy for post-game security and will now have two public safety officers on the field during the traditional handshake after athletic events.