A Michigan high school assistant football coach has been fired following a midfield brawl that may have started with a push among two head coaches.
Ann Arbor Public Schools director of communications Liz Margolis tells AnnArbor.com on Tuesday the Ann Arbor Pioneer assistant was fired. The coach's name wasn't released.
Margolis says the district also added one-game suspensions for two head coaches to previously announced one-game suspensions.
Police are investigating.
Pioneer had just defeated Huron High 35-6 on Friday when Pioneer head coach Paul Test and Huron head coach Cory Gildersleeve got into an exchange. A brawl erupted that included players and it left one player injured after he was hit in the face with a crutch.
Test has said he was pushed. Gildersleeve denied pushing the opposing coach.