Haslett Coach Has To Be Restrained By Players After DeWitt Beats Vikings 27-10
CORRECTION: This story has been updated with more information about the postgame concert put on by both schools' drum lines, which was not included in the original version.
Haslett head coach Charlie Otlewski had to be restrained by several of his players after the Vikings fell at home to arch rival DeWitt on Friday night.
Otlewski was upset with several questionable hits by DeWitt during the game, including one that knocked Haslett quarterback Jake Tahaney out of the game midway through the fourth quarter. The Panthers went on to win 27-10 for their 13th straight win over the Vikings.
Otlewski was held back by his players while trying to go after DeWitt head coach Rob Zimmerman after the game. Hear Zimmerman comment on the matter in the video above.
Later on, a chorus of boos came down from some fans after DeWitt players gathered just behind the Haslett and DeWitt drum lines, who were putting on a joint postgame performance on the Haslett sideline--an announcement from the press box had invited fans from both schools to attend. Zimmerman could be heard yelling to his players from across the field to get to their buses.