Brawl breaks out during girls basketball diversion in metro Atlanta – AJC.com
June 28, 2018 - Basketballs
A 13-year-old lady from Cobb County pronounced she was attacked during an AAU basketball diversion during a south Fulton County high school and suffered a concussion.
Sunday’s diversion during Langston High School involving teams from Georgia and Texas allegedly erupted into a quarrel after Jamiah Gregory, 13, was fouled hard, Fulton County Schools pronounced in a statement.
Gregory was taken to Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta during Egleston after she pronounced she was knocked down and strike by several hostile players, Channel 2 Action News reported.
“And (they were) like attack me in a conduct and bashing it to a belligerent like that, and we was like, ‘Oh, my gosh,’” Gregory told Channel 2.
The quarrel was allegedly stirred when Gregory’s leg was grabbed by an competition during a fourth quarter, and adults came out of a stands, Channel 2 reported. Parents told a news hire that 40 to 50 people were involved.
“This lady usually comes and grabs my actor by a neck and throws her down,” Chris Henderson, Gregory’s coach, told a news station.
The Fulton County Schools Police and a South Fulton Police Department responded, a propagandize district’s matter said.
“The confidence of a campuses — either during propagandize hours or over a weekend — is a priority for a district. Behavior, such as fighting, will not be tolerated,” a matter said.
The event’s organizer, D1Spects, told Channel 2 it had dual confidence guards during a diversion and a occurrence wasn’t a brawl. Players, though, told a news hire there was usually one ensure present.
Channel 2 contacted a Texas team’s coach, who would not criticism on a incident.
No arrests were made, and an review is ongoing.
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