Globe: Hazing allegations continue at summer athletic camps
Some 30 years ago, it was a ritual for high school football teams in Eastern Massachusetts to send their squads to overnight summer camps for several days of double sessions and team building. But a string of hazing reports led to most athletic directors ending the visits. And after the recent wave of accusations of alleged hazing at the summer camps, some of the schools that still send players are reconsidering.
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