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Cedarville Meant No Harm, Parents Say After Arrest

By Doug Thompson

This article was published October 25, 2015 at 1:31 a.m.

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Cedarville captains walk onto the field with an official on Friday before the Pirates’ game against Marshall in Cedarville.

Phillip Fears, Cedarville school board member, serves spectators from the concession stand on Friday during the Pirates’ game against Marshall in Ceda...

Fans find their seats on Friday before the Pirates’ game against Marshall in Cedarville.

Cedarville plays Marshall on Friday in Cedarville.

The clash that ended with the arrest of their head football coach for inciting a riot started when his team lined up to shake the other team's hands, said Cedarville parents interviewed Friday.

Phillip Fears, Cedarville school board member, serves spectators from the concession stand on Friday during the Pirates’ game against Marshall in Ceda...

Fans find their seats on Friday before the Pirates’ game against Marshall in Cedarville.

Cedarville plays Marshall on Friday in Cedarville.

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