General public will not be allowed to attend Heights-Euclid football game
CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio (WOIO) - Only the families of football players, cheerleaders, and marching band members will be allowed to attend Friday’s football game between Heights High School and Euclid High School.
The game will be played at Heights High School and Cleveland Heights-University Heights School District officials made the announcement Wednesday.
School officials said they made the changes “out of an abundance of caution.”
This is Euclid High School’s third football game of the season affected by schedule changes due to “students involved in fighting, violence, and other violations.”
Solon City School District officials forfeited their Oct. 6 game against Euclid and Euclid ended up playing a team from Michigan.
The Sept. 29 football game against Brunswick High School was supposed to be played at Euclid High School, but was moved to Brunswick High School.
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