FARMINGVILLE, N.Y. (AP) — The Latest on the death of a high school football player at a preseason practice(all times local):

8 p.m.

Two football coaches at a suburban New York high school where a teenager suffered a fatal injury at a preseason practice will be reassigned pending the outcome of an investigation.

The superintendent of the Sachem (SAY'-chehm) School District says the head football coach at Sachem East High School and another member of the coaching staff will be reassigned.

Police say 16-year-old Joshua Mileto died Aug. 10 after a 400-pound log he and four players were carrying struck him on the head.

The accident occurred during a six-week preseason camp on school grounds on eastern Long Island.

Head coach Mark Wojciechowski has not commented.

Superintendent Kenneth Graham says Anthony Gambino will serve as interim head coach.

School officials announced earlier that the school planned to go ahead with the upcoming football season.

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9:30 a.m.

A spokeswoman says a suburban New York high school where a teenager died when a log fell on his head in a football training drill will go ahead with the upcoming season, but with changes to the coaching staff.

Deirdre Gilligan, a spokeswoman for the Sachem (SAY'-chehm) School District, says the Sachem East High School will announce further details about the plans later Friday.

The changes were first reported late Thursday in Newsday.

Police say 16-year-old Joshua Mileto died Aug. 10 after a 400-pound log he and four players were carrying struck him on the head.

The accident occurred during a six-week preseason camp on school grounds on eastern Long Island.

A police spokesman says the death has preliminarily been deemed accidental.

Coach Mark Wojciechowski has not commented.