DeMatha Catholic High School in Hyattsville, Md. is nationally renowned for its athletic programs, notably football, and thus the Stags often play games out-of-state.
Sometimes, that can lead to problems.
The Washington Post reports that five players have been removed from the program for hiring prostitutes from a call service in North Carolina to the team hotel following the team's 52-14 season-opening win against Hillside (N.C.) last Friday.
Two players withdrew from DeMatha, two others have been recommended for explusion pending appeal and a fifth faces a disciplinary hearing.
DeMatha had 18 adults supervising the trip and there were reportedly bed checks at 1:30 a.m. with a final hallway check at 4 a.m., early the morning after the Friday night game.
According to a parent of one of the players who withdrew, players snuck three prostitutes into the hotel at 5 a.m., after the final check, and said that a website was used to hire the prostitutes.