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Principal downplays fights at WCHS
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Warren County High School principal Tony Cassel blames social media, including Facebook, Twitter, and texting for the student body paranoia following a fight, and another near-altercation, at WCHS on Wednesday.According to Cassel, there was a fight in the morning and a near fight in the afternoon. The four students involved, two per incident, were dealt with appropriately, he said.Despite rumors to the contrary, no knives or guns were confiscated from the four individuals taking part in those incidents. Principal Cassel did say one student, who was not involved in either altercation, asked the principal to hold a pocket knife he had forgotten was in his pocket when he entered school.