|Updated: 9/24/2013 8:59 am
||Published: 9/23/2013 11:58 pm
Some students said the Tulsa Public School District is hurting their school pride.
The Central High School students want Booker T Washington's stadium to be their home field. However, the district has moved home games to Milton Stadium in West Tulsa, because of violence among fans.
Most recently, a student tried to bring a shotgun to a Central game. Now, students are telling FOX23, they think it's inconvenient and unfair.
"That is a couple of people making a poor decision that is affecting all of us," said Student Body President, Edwin Price.
"I feel like not every student should go through this because of the misbehavior with other students bringing violence. It was too soon of a decision," senior class president, Tasiaun Lewis.
TPS isn't stopping at moving the location of the games. Students must have ID cards to get into games, and they can only attend their school's game unless they have an adult with them.