Officials find no evidence in locker room incident
After completing investigations into the Princeton High School locker room incident, officials at Mound Westonka High School now believe that their football players were not involved.
The incident stems back to Friday, Sept. 7, when the White Hawk football team used the Princeton High School women’s locker room for their away game. 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.
Mound Westonka High School Principal Keith Randklev said the school has completed their investigation and found nothing accusing a White Hawk player.
“We’ve completed a throughout investigation, and there is no evidence of any Mound Westonka High School student being involved here,” he said.
Head Coach Barry Bower agreed that none of the White Hawk football players were involved.
“It is my opinion our guys didn’t do it,” he said. “I fully believe my guys are innocent.”
Randklev said Princeton High School was notified of the findings of the investigation on Friday, Sept. 14. He added that if any new information became available, the school would look into it.
“It will always remain open,” he said. “If anything comes up we will always pursue that.”
The White Hawk football team lost the game in Princeton 21-6.