One of the biggest school districts in New York State has made changes to who can attend their High School football games after a fight broke out over the weekend.

The Buffalo School District on Monday announced new rules and regulations that students, staff, and visitors must adhere to if they want to attend future High School games this year.


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Here is a look at the changes that the Buffalo Public Schools are making for future high school games.

Every player and cheerleader will be able to invite three student spectators to each home game, so the school will have a record of who is attending games.

Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

Anyone over the age of 18 will need to show identification if they want to attend a game.

The Evolv security system will be installed at All-High Stadium and Riverside High School.

Gates will close 30 minutes after the start of each game.

Loitering is not permitted during or after games.

The school district also announced they are looking at several live-stream options to provide another way for people to view the games.

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