SAN ANTONIO - The high football game between Johnson and MacArthur continued Monday night at 7pm. The game originally held inside Colamander Stadium last Saturday was suspended due to a bomb threat.
The game picked up at the beginning of the fourth quarter with Johnson leading 17-3.
"I'm hoping we can get through this fourth quarter with no incident," said parent Kay Spears.
There were also plenty of additional police officers on hand for the school event. A police officer and his K-9 searched the stadium before the game.
"I think that's great. Added security is a great measure," said parent Eugene Kennedy.
According to a police report, the person who called in the bomb threat to 911 said there was one bomb underneath the stadium bleachers and another inside the gym. Authorities said no explosives were ever found.
Police believe the person who made the call is a young man.