Miami high school game ends after gunshots heard in distance

MIAMI (AP) A high school football game in Miami ended early after gunshots were heard in the distance, sending players and coaches ducking for cover.

Videos show terrified fans in the stands screaming and running to the exits when the gunshots were heard at Friday's game. Coaches told players to get down on the field.

Less than three minutes remained when stadium officials called the game between Miami Central and Miami Carol City high schools. Central beat Carol City 26-8.

Miami-Dade Schools Police Officer Hilda Hernandez said three males have been arrested in the shooting. Authorities did not release what charges Larico Walker, Taion Lynch and Mark Trimble face or what prompted the shooting, but said they recovered three firearms.

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