Princeton School District officials are trying to flush out the culprits in a case where lockers in the girls locker room were used as urinals sometime between Friday night and Saturday morning.
And while Princeton Superintendent Richard Lahn says he isn’t pointing fingers, football players with Mound-Westonka have emerged as suspects.
That’s because the White Hawks used the girls locker room when it played Princeton on Friday, Sept. 7. Mound-Westonka lost to Princeton 21-7 in non-conference play.
The following morning members of the Princeton girls soccer team found that equipment in their lockers, including soccer balls and shoes, had been urinated upon.
“We are working with Mound-Westonka as we investigate the incident,” Lahn said Tuesday night.
Lahn said Mound-Westonka officials have been very cooperative in working with the Princeton district, as both school districts have a common interest in determining who performed the act.
Lahn said the act of vandalism was not reported to the police.
We hoped to handle this matter internally, he said.
The Union-Eagle will keep you updated as this story develops.
See the Sept. 20 edition of the Princeton Union-Eagle for the complete story.