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TPS identifies students in Scott HS brawl

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Toledo Public Schools leaders have identified three girls caught on camera fighting in the stands at a Scott High School basketball game. School officials say two girls are TPS students. The third is not a student in the district.     

The fight broke out Friday night at the Scott vs. Rogers boys basketball game. TPS officers and sheriff deputies used maces to break up the crowd. The two girls were restrained by sheriff deputies, but they got away.

School leaders say one student attends Scott High School, and the other goes to Keyser Elementary School. They are investigating what school the third girl attends.

School leaders used 13abc video to identify the two girls. Administrators say they are also reviewing the video to see how they can improve safety at sporting events.

We're told it's possible the girls involved in the fight could face charges.

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