Update: A representative from ETHS told Patch that while the incident did occur on ETHS fields, the practice was for a community youth football team that rents the ETHS fields.
Evanston police say they arrested a 36-year-old woman and charged her in connection with a stabbing that occurred at Evanston Township High School during a football practice on Sept. 27.
Police say Adria Joi Marjorie Watkins had a verbal argument earlier in the day of the stabbing "concerning a mutual male acquaintance."
Watkins went to ETHS, where the victim was watching a relative during football practice, and police say a verbal argument arose between Watkins and the victim.
"This verbal dispute then escalated into a physical confrontation, which resulted in Watkins stabbing the victim three times with a small kitchen type knife," read a police statement about the incident.
The victim sustained three non-life threatening stab wounds to her back and left shoulder and was transported to a local hospital.
Watkins was charged with one felony count of aggravated battery. Her court date has been set for Nov. 9.