SAGINAW, Texas (AP) - Some cheerleaders in a Fort Worth-area district have receivedin-school suspensions after teammates were given sodas spiked withurine.
Names of the Saginaw High School cheerleaders were not released.District spokeswoman Kristin Courtney said district policy and theschool's cheerleading constitution were followed in decidingpunishment.
District officials said at least two girls got in-schoolsuspensions and others received lesser penalties. The number ofcheerleaders involved and other details were not released.
The girls will not be allowed to take part in cheerleadingevents through the end of this term.
A parent whose daughter drank the urine-tainted soda told theFort Worth Star-Telegram that the incident happened during abasketball game last winter.
The man, who asked that his name not be used, said the offendersshould be kicked off the team.
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