LA school suspends eight players over alleged hazing incident

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KABC-TV is reporting that ten football players have been suspended from Cathedral High School over an alleged hazing incident that occurred earlier this week.

According to the television station report, school officials are not commenting on the nature of the hazing, but the incident involved five younger students from the  freshman football team.  The school has reported the incident to police.

Cathedral, which is 7-0 and leads the Angelus League with Harvard-Westlake, plays to St. Francis tonight.

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