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Brawl erupts at Front Range high school basketball game

CENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) ” Authorities say about 25 men dressed in red started a fight during a basketball game at Eaglecrest High School in Centennial, and four people were injured.

The Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Department says the fight started just before 8:30 p.m. on Sunday when Eaglecrest students were playing Rangeview High School students in a spring league basketball game.

Two adults were treated and released at The Medical Center of Aurora. A third adult and a juvenile did not require medical attention.



The sheriff’s department says two people were arrested and both claimed they were members of a gang. One is 19 and the other is a juvenile.

Authorities say both have been released but charges are pending.


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