No disciplinary action has been taken yet by the MHSAA.
“We’re still gathering information,” Todd Kelly, MHSAA’s director of communications, said on the phone Monday afternoon.
“We might have a resolution by Wednesday, but
that’s an estimation at this point.”
A brawl broke out between the Vardaman and Houlka
teams after a facemask penalty was called on Vardaman during the fourth quarter of Thursday’s MHSAA Division 1-1A football game.
The game was shortened due to the fighting.
Today’s meeting will be at the MHSAA offices in Clinton.
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