Recent ‘foolishness’ at local high school forces changes to guidelines for admittance to home football games


BRUSLY, La. (BRPROUD) – The last few home games at Brusly High School have seen some fights, water bottles being thrown and incidents that local law enforcement label as “foolishness.”

While the incidents are not malicious in nature, the recent events on the practice field have necessitated some changes to the gameday admittance policies, according to the Brusly Police Department.

Brusly High School is providing details about those changes to their admittance policies prior to the Football Playoff game on Friday night.

The message to everyone associated with Brusly High School can be found below:

Here are a couple of announcements about the Football Playoff game this Friday night here at Brusly High. Due to recent events occurring during home football games, the BHS Administration has made the following decision:

Any Middle School or younger-aged child will NOT be allowed admittance to home football games without being accompanied by a parent or responsible adult. We will not allow kids to be dropped off and remain unattended.

All home side spectators (including Gridiron Club Members) MUST have a ticket (purchased online at and enter through the main gate. Gridiron members will then enter their tailgating area to the left.

Thank you for your cooperation.

The Brusly Panthers are taking on the Iota Bulldogs at 7 p.m. on Friday night.

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