High School Football Team Suspended over Racist Posts

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A private Catholic high school football team in San Diego has been sanctioned after players posted racist photos aimed at rival Lincoln High School, a mostly Latino public high school.

The San Diego Conference placed Cathedral Catholic High’s football coach on a two-game suspension. The team was placed on probation for two years and requires the team to implement a cultural sensitivity education program.

The suspension and probation came after a player from Cathedral posted to social media on the day Cathedral was supposed to play Lincoln a picture of someone wearing a red t-shirt that read “Catholics v. Convicts” with the caption “We run the City.” 

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