Miamisburg High School’s homecoming dance was Sept. 29.
The report, which states police responded to the call about 10:30 p.m., indicates an “underage party was discovered to have occurred.”
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Vail said last week the suspension came after “the administration and our (school resource officer) investigated the allegations, as well as interviewing approximately 40 students, athletes and non-athletes.
“The outcome of the investigation is that 14 student-athletes were found to be in violation of the code of conduct,” he added.
Vail said the student-athletes are suspended for 20 percent of the regular scheduled games, which may entail post-season tournament games.
“All of the student-athletes, their parents, and their coaches have been notified and made aware of the consequences,” he said.
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