GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Friday night’s football game between Ottawa Hills and Thornapple Kellogg has been canceled and rescheduled for Saturday morning.

The game was rescheduled at the request of Thornapple Kellogg school leaders after “rumors at their school prompted safety concerns,” a press release from Grand Rapids Public Schools said.

Although he did not say exactly what the rumors were, TK schools superintendent Craig McCarthy said the district “received notification of a potential threat of violence taking place during or immediately following tonight’s game.”

He clarified that the threat was not made by or towards TK students and that it was not a conflict between Thornapple Kellogg and Ottawa Hills students.

The rescheduled game will take place Saturday at 11 a.m. at Houseman field. Tickets will be limited and will be distributed through players and coaches.

“We were disappointed to learn of the request to cancel tonight’s game as our scholars and fans were looking forward to a fun Friday night game of football,” Larry Johnson, GRPS Chief of Staff and Executive Director of Public Safety and School Security, said in a press release. “Safety comes before everything else, so when there’s a concern we take it seriously. We look forward to the matchup Saturday morning.”

Correction: A previous version of this article had an incorrect title for Larry Johnson, which had been provided by GRPS.