High school sports are supposed to teach teens how to be good sports while being competitive, but the mess that was discovered in the girls locker room has two schools trying to figure out if a recent rival needs to be called out for unsportsmanlike conduct.
"It's just ridiculous," Ashley Stensrud told FOX 9 News. "It's immature."
It's also just plain gross. The Princeton High School girl's soccer team entered their locker room on Saturday morning to find several lockers and equipment had been urinated in and on.
"My grade's been talking about it," Chase Arens said. "We've got a lot of girls on the soccer team."
Students at the school say they suspect the visiting football team, which lost to the Princeton Tigers on Friday night, may have been sore losers.
"It's just disrespectful," Taylor Sleen said. "I don't think they cared. It's disrespectful and they think it's funny."
High school football can create competitions both on and off the field, but officials stress there is no proof the visiting team is to blame. Still, students say they are pretty sure the Mound Westonka White Hawks are responsible -- especially since the door to the locker room was locked after the visiting team left on Friday night.
"I think its rude and unsanitary and disrespectful," sophomore Lexi Jones told FOX 9 News. "Not good sportsmanship at all."
The superintendent of Princeton High School told FOX 9 News both schools are trying to find the suspects in the vandalism; however, the incident was not reported to police.
"We are currently investigating the incident. We have been in contact with school officials from the Mound Westonka School District. They have been extremely cooperative in working with us to insure the importance of proper sportsmanship is reinforced with students and athletes from both school districts," Princeton Public Schools Superintendent Richard Lahn told FOX 9 News in a statement.
Meanwhile, the superintendent at Westonka Public Schools told FOX 9 News they expect their students to be good sports and will also investigate their athletes' possible involvement.
"We have the expectation that our students exhibit good sportsmanship. We have been made aware of the incident and we are continuing to investigate any possible involvement of our athletes," Kevin Borg told FOX 9 News via e-mail.