Middle School Coaches Resign – Hazing Incident Could Results in 150 Criminal Charges!

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We’re not exactly sure what the twelve middle school soccer players did to younger players on the team, but so far the hazing incident at East Middle School in North Carolina has resulted in the resignations of two coaches (one who was the athletic director) and, according to the local sheriff more than 150 criminal charges. 150 charges? That has to be some kind of record here at BadJocks for middle school jocks. Heck, that’s probably a record for jocks of ANY age.

We’re sure the details–when they come out–will be quite entertaining.

Two East Middle School coaches have resigned amid a hazing investigation involving students.  Montgomery County Schools spokesman Lindsay Whitley says Bernard Fuller and Nichole Thompson resigned. Bernard was the head football coach and athletic director. Thompson was a music teacher at East Middle School and was the soccer coach this school year.

In a statement the school says, “We continue to investigate the personnel portion of the situation at East Middle School.”  Last month, Montgomery County Sheriff Jeff Jordan started processing charges against 12 students for misdemeanor sexual battery and misdemeanor assault as a result of a hazing investigation at the middle school.

Fourteen students have come forward with related hazing complaints, and the sheriff says there are 150 charges related to the case. According to Jordan, members of the soccer team targeted other players as part of an initiation ritual.

Two Coaches Resign In East Middle School Hazing Investigation | digtriad.com | Triad, NC | Local

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