INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - A high school football game was called Friday night after a large fight broke out.
Friday night's game was between Arsenal Tech High School and Fort Wayne South High School.
The incident happened during the third quarter after a Fort Wayne South player tackled an Arsenal Tech player.
Both teams left their benches. Moments later, another fight broke out between two adults. Some fans also jumped onto the field during the fight.
The game was stopped afterward, with Arsenal Tech leading 24 – 6.
24-Hour News 8 has learned IMPD was called to the field to assist IPS Police.
There wasn’t any word about arrests.
Early Saturday morning, an IPS spokesperson confirmed no one was injured in the brawl.
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