A handful of Saginaw High School cheerleaders have been disciplined for giving teammates sodas mixed with urine.
District officials said at least two girls got in-school suspensions and others lesser punishments, but they would not specify how many students were involved. The girls will not be allowed to participate in cheerleading events through the end of the school year but will be allowed to participate next school year.
A parent whose daughter drank the urine-tainted beverage said those involved should be permanently removed from the team.
"They shouldn't be allowed to represent Saginaw," said the father, who did not want to be identified to protect his daughter's identity.
District spokeswoman Kristin Courtney said Principal Ric Canterbury followed district policy and the school's cheerleading constitution in deciding punishment.
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