AHSAA Calls Meeting About Bloody Coach Brawl

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JASPER, Ala. (WHNT) - The Alabama High School Athletic Association has called a meeting Tuesday to discuss Friday night's brawl involving coaches from Walker and Cullman High Schools.

A bloody fight broke out Friday after the game, at Walker, which is located in Jasper.  The video on our website was shot by TV 16 in Jasper.  Two coaches started throwing punches just moments after the game ended.  Police had a difficult time separating the two men.

Walker has put its head coach, John Holladay, on administrative leave.

Cullman's superintendent hasn't taken any action against Cullman's coaches.  School officials say there is no need to reprimand them, because they "acted with class and dignity," according to a report on al.com.

Cullman won the game 13-10.

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