GREENWOOD, S.C. — There will be more law enforcement on hand on Monday at Greenwood High School, after several people were hurt in fights at the school's Football Jamboree on Friday night, according to the District 50 Superintendent, Steve Glenn.
Johnathan Graves, from Greenwood School District 50, said multiple fights took place near the concession stand. He said multiple people sustained injuries. Those with major injuries were transported by EMS to the Self Regional Medical Center.
The sheriff's office said several arrests have been made. Deputies are working to identify other people who may have been involved.
On Saturday, Graves released the following statement:
"Last night, the Greenwood Jamboree was canceled due to multiple juveniles fighting near the concession stand. The juveniles involved in the altercations were from numerous schools participating in the Jamboree. There were no gunshots fired during the incident. Law enforcement was on the scene and responded swiftly to resolve the altercations...