Scroll way down to read about Coach George Dixon who left the team under a cloud after eight years with a South Carolina wrestling team. Story here
This was a well-publicized hazing in which final punishments awarded by the court were pretty light: high school fraternity.
While Arizona State Senate President Ken Bennett, R-Prescott, stayed mostly quiet
except to understandably express his fears as a parent, his defendant son said a felony conviction would end his dream of doing good deeds for his church. But the parents of 11 and 13-year-olds were not mollified. This very difficult story follows (parental discretion advised):
Coach Charles Zascavage was free of all charges in hazing case. Trials of Justin Everett, 18, three counts of assault with bodily injury and four counts of hazing, and Cory Talbert, 17, one count of hazing, remain to be settled in the courts. Read the story with photo here.