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Some Grove City High School ((OH)) football players could be done for the year- just as the football season started. They were among a couple a dozen teens accused of underage drinking at a house party over the weekend.
Grove City's high school football team played its first game in two years on Friday after the program was cut because of funding.
Police received a tip that an underage drinking party was going on at a house and when officers showed up, they observed a lot of people drinking that were not of legal age.
Officers counted 39 people at the party, but no adults were around. 28 of the 39could face underage drinking charges, and at least ten of them may be football players for Grove City.
"This was a situation where the parents were out of town," said Grove City police Captain Steven Robinette. "They were under the belief that their daughter was staying with another responsible adult and somewhere in the evening, their daughter used a house to host this party."
Here's Danielle Elias from WBNS-TV in front of a high school that may not have much of a football team after this wraps up...