High school soccer players reportedly expelled for hazing involving urine, feces
Three varsity soccer players were expelled from Santa Margarita Catholic High School (Calif.) for hazing younger players during a team trip to Hawaii, CBS Los Angeles reports.
The boys’ soccer team traveled to Honolulu in late December to play some top Hawaiian teams. After they returned home Jan. 4, a complaint was filed with the Honolulu police. The Orange County Register says the Honolulu police asked the Orange County Sheriff’s department to help investigate the complaint.
According to CBS2, the hazing was meant to be an initiation for younger players. They say the hazing involved players being urinated on and hit with a bag of feces that would explode on impact.
CBS2 says there were at least four victims, and that the parents of the young boys contacted the school after they learned of the incidents.
Rancho Santa Margarita Patch says the team won its three games in Hawaii.
You can watch CBS2’s report on the story below:
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