Yonkers school officials review security measures after game shooting

Yonkers school officials are reviewing security measures for high school sporting events after shots were fired after a basketball game.

Police say five shots were fired at Lincoln High School Tuesday after a varsity game against Roosevelt High School. Officers were at the school for the game when an argument was reported outside. No one was injured in the shooting, but one bullet hit the bumper of a school bus.

School officials say a junior varsity basketball game was played after the varsity game without any incidents. No arrests have been made and police are still investigating the shooting.

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