Maryland’s beleaguered Damascus High School football program — the same program slammed for a lack of oversight, and which saw the school’s athletic director put on leave amid a locker room rape investigation — conducted out-of-season practice and now faces penalties for it, according to Montgomery County Public Schools.
The violation of regulations will result in the school football program forfeiting the first game of the 2019 season for both the varsity and junior varsity teams.
MCPS said the practice took place on the stadium field May 19, 2019.
“A meeting for all returning football players will be held during lunch on Wednesday, June 12, 2019, in Room 120, to answer any questions,” the school system wrote in a letter.
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