NEW BERLIN, Wis. (AP) - New Berlin school officials are investigating claims that Eisenhower High School coaches and players urinated on an opponent's field during an away game.
Eisenhower Superintendent Paul Kreutzer said five junior varsity coaches and nine players are accused of urinating on the side of Pewaukee High School's field during a Monday game. He says no one has been disciplined yet and the investigation continues.
Kreutzer said a locker room to be used by the players was locked when they arrived and there was confusion about its availability later in the game.
Still, he said no athlete in uniform should urinate outside.
The two schools' freshmen teams were expected to play Thursday in New Berlin, and the varsity teams are scheduled to play there today.