Warren Hills cancels football game after 2 players get mono

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A Warren Hills High School football game was canceled after two football players tested positive for mononucleosis.

The game was set between Warren Hills High School and Summit High School Friday night.

In a statement released by the school district, officials say concern was raised when other players began displaying symptoms of the illness.

Mononucleosis is a virus often spread by saliva. The virus can cause extreme fatigue, swollen glands and an enlarged spleen.

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