CLAIRTON, Pa. - Athletic repercussions were just announced for two teams involved in a basketball brawl in Clairton last week.
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According to our news partners at TribLIVE.com, the Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League has put Clairton and Monessen on an unprecedented 5-year probation.
If either sports team violates that probation, they will be banned from postseason and that team won’t be allowed to play in the WPIAL the following regular season.
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The decision comes after a large fight at a Clairton High School basketball game was caught on-camera.
Police told Channel 11 they are still investigating the incident to determine if any charges will be filed.
A Clairton district representative said an internal investigation would be conducted.
In Monessen, they will not discuss what, if any, disciplinary action any students will face.
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