The Central Jersey Group 2 semifinal football game between Pleasantville and Camden high school was suspended on Friday night when gun shots were fired from the Pleasantville bleachers.

Since that time, six men have been arrested for the attack wounded.

The game, which Camden high led 6-0 with 4:58 remaining in the third quarter, will resume on Wednesday at “a neutral site that will be closed to the public,” according to a statement from Larry White, executive director of the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association.

The site will not be revealed, and there will be no spectators allowed to attend. The winner will face Cedar Creek, a 50-10 winner on Saturday over Bernards.

Here is the full statement from the NJSIAA on the game.

Listen to NJ.com high school beat reporter Kevin Minnick's emotional interview, discussing the shooting at Pleasntville high.