Officials probe cheerleaders – Accused of taking the hazing of underclassmen way too far

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Date: July 31st, 2008

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KATY, Texas – More than a dozen members of a Katy ISD cheerleading squad stand accused of taking the hazing of underclassmen way too far. The mother and sister of one of the younger girls told us the seniors put the underclassmen in danger. “When a girl (BEEP) in her pants and puts her pants on another girl’s head, that’s just disgusting,” said the sister of a Morton Ranch High School junior varsity cheerleader. The sister described some of what she calls hazing that her sister and 13 other JV cheerleaders recently endured. The girl told us 14 varsity cheerleaders, a student manager and a mascot picked up the girls late one night last week as part of a traditional initiation. More… Discount Magazine SubscriptionsDiscount Cigarettes & TobaccoNutty News MarketplaceDunhams Sports
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8 Responses to “Officials probe cheerleaders – Accused of taking the hazing of underclassmen way too far”

  1. Ankharan Says:

    13 girls allowed this to happen to themselves. 14 girls did the hazing. 13 girls wanted it bad enough to be tied, and abused. 13 girls allowed this to happen to themselves. According to the written news story… no one said no. They got what they got because they wanted something in return. All they had to say was no. From there, it becomes assault. That is not what happened. The proportion of fault is at least 90/10 with 90% being the 13 girls who allowed this to happen to themselves.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    Hazing is disgusting and in NO way should anyone try to condone it our make excuses. There are many reasons an individual, especially a high schooler,a freshman at that, would not want to stand up and admit something was wrong.

  3. Ankharan Says:

    yeah, it I called I want that, so I will endure this, which makes it more their fault for it happening. All they have to say is no.

  4. hippychick Says:

    you have never been a 15 year old girl. teenage girls are cruel.

  5. Anonymous Says:

    ohh yeah, they can be very very cruel. Saying No gets you even more. I tried to O.D. due to not being able to handle the bullies in my school. I had big ears, sight over weight, pimples, i was a target.

    Now i can handle myself just fine. But back then..

  6. Anonymous Says:

    Saying no is not as hard as you people say it is.

  7. any mouse Says:

    I just read the story because of the headline “Officials probe cheerleaders”. Attention grabbing to say the least.

  8. Anonymous Says:

    these girls were innocent. completely unaware of what hazing was. they were playing a practical joke. im sure they are smart enough to know when one of their fellow cheerleaders, REGARDLESS OF TEAMS, are getting hurt. their intention wasnt to hurt them and this is getting carried away. grow up all of you, im sure the words “texas” “cheerleader” “hazing” caught your attention, and im happy to know even adults can act as childish. its sad how gullible everyone has become, you feed off what the media is putting into your heads. ever wonder why it makes the www, papers, and even tv? its easy to blow this story out of proportion. ever consider hearing from the varsity? im sure they have a perspective that could put you all to your senses..this is completely foolish.

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