ANN ARBOR, Mich. (WXYZ) - Two Ann Arbor head football coaches have been suspended after a fight broke out following a game Friday night.
Pioneer Coach Paul Test and Huron Coach Cory Gildersleeve will not be on the sidelines for their next game.
Ann Arbor schools and police continue to investigate the fight on the field which occurred when the two coaches and team walked to the center to shake hands.
One Huron team member, Will Harris, was allegedly kicked while on the ground and hit with a crutch.
His mother tells 7 Action News the family is meeting with Ann Arbor police Tuesday and she wants everyone involved held accountable including players and coaches.
She took a picture of her son with a gash in his cheek. Harris received five stitches to close the wound.
The Michigan High School Athletic Association is also monitoring the case and tells Action News the first step for any disciplinary action is up to the school district.
The school and the City of Ann Arbor have video of the fight, but are refusing to release it to 7 Action News.
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