A game in South Carolina was postponed Friday after the referee decided the field was unplayable because of fire ants. Referee Steve Hook says he found 15 to 20 large active fire ant mounds shortly before the game.
Hook says he was worried about players, coaches and officials. Bruce Hulion with the South Carolina High School League says officials properly handled the safety issue.
The home team, Hunter-Kinard-Tyler, tried digging up the ant piles and pouring salt on them before the game was postponed. One fan offered to bring fire-ant poison.
The field was deemed ready Monday night. Calhoun County beat the home team 19-8.
Well, this is something you don't hear about everyday. It's funny to be on social media and all of the sudden see that.
It's also kind of surprising to see something like that. You would never expect for that to happen with anything.
In conclusion it's good to know that everything ended up ok and that everyone survived. It probably would have been weird if someone didn't survive.