High school wrestlers allegedly waterboarded teammate

Members of a Wyoming high school wrestling team allegedly waterboarded a fellow teammate after practice. 

The Casper Star-Tribune reports that the extreme hazing took place at Kelly Walsh High School in Casper, Wyoming. 

The student entered the locker room and was held down on a bench. A towel was placed over his face while his teammates poured water into the teen’s mouth until he choked. 

His teammates then told their classmate that they would do it again if he told anyone about it. 

The Natrona County School District  told the Tribune that “disciplinary consequences” were being conducted for those involved. 

It has been the reported that the student who was attacked has since left the school. 

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