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A sign for the Central Bucks West High School's football team stands in front ot the football stadium on Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014 in Doylestown, Pa. The remaining two football games at Central Bucks High School West in suburban Philadelphia have been canceled after allegations rookie players were subjected to what officials called humiliating and inappropriate initiation rites. All varsity and junior varsity coaches were also suspended pending further investigation, the superintendent said, citing the failure of staff to properly supervise team activities. Police said they would investigate whether any of the activity was criminal. (AP Photo/The Intelligencer, Rick Kintzel )

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A sign for the Central Bucks West High School's football team stands in front ot the football stadium on Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014 in Doylestown, Pa. The remaining two football games at Central Bucks High School West in suburban Philadelphia have been canceled after allegations rookie players were subjected to what officials called humiliating and inappropriate initiation rites. All varsity and junior varsity coaches were also suspended pending further investigation, the superintendent said, citing the failure of staff to properly supervise team activities. Police said they would investigate whether any of the activity was criminal. (AP Photo/The Intelligencer, Rick Kintzel )

Students say officials sent strong anti-hazing message by nixing remainder of football season

DOYLESTOWN, Pa. - Students at a suburban Philadelphia high school say officials have sent a strong anti-hazing message by cancelling the rest of the football season, including Friday's long-awaited homecoming game against a crosstown rival.

But teens at Central Bucks High School West in Doylestown differed on whether the punishment was ...

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