Fri. Sep 29th, 2023

A highschool soccer matchup between two groups in Georgia has led to weird style for the second straight yr.

On Friday evening, Benedictine was going through Jenkins and main comfortably by a rating of 42-0. Nevertheless, a number of disruptions within the crowd prompted officers to cancel the sport at halftime, in line with a report by WJCL in Savannah.

Apparently, there was no actual menace, however the disruption was attributable to a TikTok problem meant to make it seem to be there was a chaotic incident happening. Officers referred to as off the sport out of warning.

What’s actually bizarre is that this similar matchup led to roughly the very same manner when these groups met final season.

In line with Mike Swanson at Sports activities Illustrated, final yr’s sport was canceled simply earlier than halftime, with Benedictine main 45-0. That cancelation got here after there was an altercation (an actual one) within the stands.

“It was an eerily comparable consequence to final yr’s Benedictine-Jenkins sport, when an altercation within the Jenkins stands led to a panic, inflicting spectators to hurry out of the bleachers, Savannah Now reported after final yr’s sport. Benedictine was main 45-0 with 2:10 remaining within the first half when the sport acquired referred to as early final yr.”

Benedictine was declared the winner, beginning their season 1-0. They’ve gained two 4A state championships in a row.

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