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Officials at Wood Memorial High School are investigating reports of ongoing bullying within the school’s football program and the district’s superintendent says the status of this weeks football game against Techumseh is still up in the air after the team’s season opener against Princeton was forfeited last Friday.

East Gibson School Superintendent Mike Brewster confirmed that the team did not play in the Princeton game because of an investigation “within the Wood Memorial High School football program.”

Oakland City Police Chief Alec Hensley also confirmed that his department is investigating alleged actions of some of the football team. the investigation came at the request of school officials on Friday.

He estimated the investigation would take at least two weeks. He described some of the allegations as hazing-related.

School officials also notified the Indiana High School Athletic Association of the allegations on Friday.

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