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High School Football Game Ended After Huge Fight Involving Pepper Spray

High School Football Game Ended After Huge Fight Involving Pepper Spray
8 months ago

A high school football game in the Clark County School District erupted into a brawl.  Police stepped in, using pepper spray, to break up the fight after the Canyon Springs Pioneers’ 20-15 victory over the Basic Wolves. 

The game was off to a bad start with referees handing out at least 35 penalties for personal fouls and unsportsmanlike conduct. In the second half of the game, four players including the quarterback from Canyon Springs were ejected from the game. 

The fight broke out when the last whistle blew.  Bystanders shot video of the incident and posted it to social media.  

This video from overhead show the fight from a different angle. 

While some on social media condemned the use of pepper spray others saw no alternative. 

H/T: Twitter