High School Coaches Fight During Varsity Football Game

One of the coaches was left with a bloody face, bruises and cuts

  Coaches John Holladay and Matt Hooper brawl
Two high school coaches from Alabama engaged in a full blown fist fight after the first varsity football game of the season.

Two high school coaches from Alabama engaged in a full blown fist fight after the first varsity football game of the season.

WBRC identifies them as Walker High School Head Coach John Holladay and Cullman High School defensive coordinator Matt Hooper.

The pair's brawl led to a weekend suspension for both teams. The Alabama High School Athletics Association is investigating the incident as both coaches are suspended indefinitely. However, students will be allowed to play this week.

Hopper is shown in the footage with a bloody face, bruises and cuts. According to police Chief Connie Rowe, a superintendent was at the game and they are deciding whether or not to take criminal action against the coaches.

There is no information about what started the brawl, but it was put an end to by police officers.

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