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Missouri’s Cassville High School girls’ basketball team secured their place in the history of high school pranks gone to ...
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A sports team poured urine in the competing team's water. Missouri’s Cassville High School girls’ basketball team secured their place in the history of high school pranks gone to far. At an early February match-up with Monett High they contaminated the opposing team’s water cooler with urine. Specifically, their own urine. Cassville administrators only learned of the prank several weeks after it happened and notified and apologized to Monett High School the following day. They said the girls had been disciplined. A letter from Monnet High School informed parents that the girl whose urine was used was undergoing tests to determine if there are potential health risks. The school promised to notify parents of any information. High schools across the country are cracking down on pranks and doling out serious punishments. Suspensions, fines, and arrest have resulted from even benign shenanigans. The principal of a Michigan school suspended 65 students for organizing a mass bike ride to school.Some don’t mind them in moderation. A Nevada principle said, “My rule is as long as they're in good fun and they don't damage the facility, I don't mind them."