CLEVELAND COUNTY, N.C. - Cleveland County Schools said it is working to figure out how much money Burn's High School could lose after a prank shut down its stadium.
Someone turned a herd of goats loose in the stadium and E. coli concerns forced officials to close it for roughly six months.
Now the football team has to find other places to play their games.
Cleveland County's Superintendent said concessions will take the biggest hit, but he believes that the fans will travel anywhere to watch the team.
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