- The incident occurred during a game between Tyner Academy and Sweetwater
- Both sets of teams were left visibly shocked before being taken off the field
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A high school football game in Chattanooga was briefly paused on Friday night after two loud gunshots were heard outside the stadium.
The incident occurred during a game between Tyner Academy and Sweetwater High School at Finley Stadium, where local news station NewsChannel9.com caught the moment gunshots were heard.
Both sets of teams were left visibly shocked before being rushed into the locker rooms by game officials.
According to the report, CPD says they are still looking for three juvenile suspects.
Police say those suspects were seen fleeing the scene by a local bus driver.
A high school football game was briefly paused after gunshots were heard outside the stadium
Fortunately, it is believed that no one was hurt during the incident.
Dailymail.com has contacted the Chattanooga police department for further information.
After a 10-minute pause in the game, Tyner Academy and Sweetwater were eventually able to return to the field, according to reporter Noah Houck.
It was Tyner Academy who prevailed on the night, claiming a 28-22 win over Sweetwater in the Area Finals.