BURRILLVILLE, R.I. (AP) — The Rhode Island Soccer Association is asking for a highschool whose college students have been accused of racist habits to be banned from sports activities competitors for one 12 months.
The Providence Journal experiences some college students from Burrillville High School allegedly directed taunts at one other faculty’s staff throughout a Sept. 24 volleyball sport.
The soccer affiliation referred to as on the Rhode Island Interscholastic League to ban Burrillville in a Facebook put up Saturday.
The reported taunts occurred throughout a women’ match with Central Falls High.
Central Falls coach Richard Sousa and mother or father Maria Pedraza say they heard Burrillville college students inform college students of colour from Central Falls to “go back to your own country.”
Burrillville Superintendent Michael Sollitto says the district investigated however declined to say what it discovered.
The Interscholastic League mentioned it can conduct a overview.