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TULSA, OK -- Several people were turned away from some Tulsa Public School high school football games Friday night.
Part of the new security rules said that no one would be allowed in the game after the start of the third quarter and every adult and student had to show an ID to buy a ticket.
TPS police say several adults became upset when they weren't allowed into the Memorial Game after its third quarter started. They told officers they had heard of the new rule, but didn't think it would be enforced.
Six people were turned away at the gate of the East Central game because they didn't have a valid ID.
At Webster, one student had to go get his ID before he was allowed in.
At Lafortune Stadium, everyone followed the new rules and was allowed into the game.