Pike County, one of two teams involved in a massive brawl during a high school football game last Friday, had their suspension lifted by the Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) on Tuesday.
AHSAA lifted Headland's suspension on Monday.
Pike County was forced to forfeit their game against Headland, which ended in the second quarter on Friday after a fight broke out on the field.
Pike County principal Jeff Torrence told the Dothan Eagle on Tuesday that the AHSAA suspension of football-related activities, which was issued on Saturday, was lifted and that the Bulldogs could resume all football operations.
"The suspension has been lifted," Torrence told the outlet. "They called me and lifted that this morning. We do have some players that will face suspensions in accordance to the Alabama High School Athletic Association rules and the NHFS rules. You can't leave the bench."
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