After an investigation into recent sexual hazing incidents, five St. Patrick-St. Vincent High School football players were expelled and the coach who reported their activity was fired.
That coach -- Chris Cerbone -- was not at all involved with the hazing, but Principal Mary Ellen Ryan said in a statement that he bears responsibility because he was the person in charge when the incidents took place, according to the Vallejo Times-Herald.
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Cerebone reported the sexual hazing to his supervisor (Ryan) shortly after students told him what had happened. According to a quote in the Times-Herald:
"...On certain Thursdays when the coaches were not around that several varsity players would hold down certain freshman (sic) while the varsity player pulled his own pants down and either made the freshman player stick his face into the naked rear of the varsity player or the varsity player would take his genitalia out and slap the freshman player in the face with it."
Check out the Vallejo Times-Herald story for a detailed report of Cerebone's firing. Share your thoughts below.