SCOTTSDALE, AZ - The Saguaro High School football team is being accused of a cheap shot during a game three weeks ago. It's the second time this week they team has been accused of dirty play.
As school officials look into an incident involving Saguaro and Tempe High Schools last week, another incident comes to light during a game more than two weeks ago in a game that Saguaro played against Thunderbird High.
It was the final play of the first half, and an interception was caught by the Thunderbird team. As the player ran toward the end zone with the ball, you can see a Saguaro player punch a Thunderbird player in the head with his hand.
The player who took the hit was senior Ben Hann. "Players should know better than that," said Ben's father John. "Ben suffered a concussion last year, and it scares me to think of what could've happened on that play."
Ben Hann suffered a minor injury on the play that the referee's didn't see.
Saguaro school officials tell us they didn't know about the play and have not seen the video.
"You don't have to hit someone in the head like that during a game," said John Hann.
In the Saguaro versus Tempe game, several players were taken to the hospital when a game got out of hand. That game is being investigated by school and athletic officials.
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