St. Joe's releases a statement after Friday night fight

Posted at 4:13 PM, Oct 10, 2016

A high school football game was cut short Friday night after a fight broke out.

According to the Buffalo News, former Saint Joe's star and current starting quarter back for Ole' Miss, Chad Kelly, was on the field at the time.

St. Joes's released the following statement in response to the game cancelation:

"At St. Joe's, we expect our young men and coaches to hold themselves to the highest standards in the community and on the athletic field, regardless of the circumstances. We are reviewing the unfortunate incident that occurred last evening during the Varsity football game at Timon-St. Jude, and looking forward to the review by the Msgr. Martin High School Athletic Association, to determine what action, if any, the school will take in response to what occurred."