Texas schools resume game postponed by bomb threat

Texas schools resume game postponed by bomb threat

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Texas schools resume game postponed by bomb threat

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UPDATE: Johnson and MacArthur played the fourth quarter of their postponed game on Monday. Johnson won, 24-10.

In between the third and fourth quarters of Saturday's game between Johnson (San Antonio) and MacArthur (San Antonio), players and fans were asked to leave the stadium because of a bomb threat.

Johnson was leading 17-3 and driving for another potential score when the game was halted. The Jaguars will look to put the finishing touches on their win when the game resumes today.

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Johnson is advertising a FREE quarter of football on its blog:

"The double J nation is asked to arrive early as the game will more than likely end after just 12 minutes of play on the field."

Under University Interscholastic League rules, a team must have at least five days off in between games. MacArthur's next game against Churchill, which was originally scheduled for Friday, has been moved to Saturday as a result.

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