High school football coaches in Craig resign amid hazing scandal

By: KUSA-TV Email
By: KUSA-TV Email

CRAIG, Colo. (KUSA) According to KUSA-TV in Denver, five football coaches from Moffat County High School have resigned amid a scandal involving hazing at a summer camp in Wyoming.

The incident allegedly happened between June 18 - June 20 at a camp in Evanston, Wyoming. One parent told KUSA that the upperclassmen targeted the freshman boys.

The alleged victims told their parents that two of the five coaches were around when some of the alleged incidents happened, but that they did little to stop them.

District officials tell KUSA that while they search for new coaches they wish to use this incident to move forward and educate.

Evanston police and Craig police are investigating the incident, and no information regarding the students who are accused of hazing has been released.


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