SAYREVILLE, N.J. — The New Jersey school superintendent who canceled a high school football season after allegations of hazing says he is weighing whether to restore the program after this season.
Sayreville Superintendent Richard Labbe told NJ.com that he’s not sure the football program will return based on the severity of the charges leveled against seven players on Friday.
Seven students face sex-crime charges stemming from the alleged hazing at Sayreville War Memorial High School.
Labbe says he has to look at the results of the investigation and is waiting for more information from the Middlesex County prosecutor’s office.
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