St. Paul Central High's homecoming battle is more than just a game

Nearly sixty students at St. Paul Central High School's homecoming game against rival Como Park High School got into a battle forcing police to use pepper spray, KSTP reported.

Off-duty officers, who were providing security at the game, contacted St. Paul police around 9 p.m. because more help was needed.

The fight moved outside the stadium, but once officers showed up, the students involved quickly left.

There were no injuries. As of 11 p.m. Thursday night the Pioneer Press reports no one had been arrested.

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