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Madison County Schools to hold meeting on game-ending ‘incident’

HUNTSVILLE — A North Alabama high school football game was abruptly ended Friday night  after what the Madison County School System called an “incident” and a “major disruption.”
The system, in response to the event, announced Sunday that a special meeting has been called to openly address what took place at the game.
The meeting is scheduled for Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. at the board office in Huntsville. Comments from the from the public will be permitted.
The school system posted about the event on its social media pages.
“On two separate occasions, a large number of students in the open area on the south end of the stadium began running and causing a major disruption,” the post read. “Out of an abundance of caution, the decision was made to clear the stadium and suspend the game.
“This incident will be thoroughly investigated, and proper action will be taken.”
They also stressed that there were no weapons of any kind involved in the mayhem.
“There were NO weapons used or shown during the incident,” the school system said. “We can also share that there were NO physical altercations or injuries.”
MCSS said that incident was “caused by individuals who wanted to strike fear in the crowd.”
Austen Shipley is a staff writer for Yellowhammer News.

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