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Mound Westonka students suspended for inappropriate dance

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Preforming an inappropriate rendition of the new dance craze, the "harlem shake," durning the lunch hour at Mound Westonka High School on Friday, resulted in the suspension of all students involved, StarTribune said.

Of the students suspended, five were seniors on the High School's hockey team, Fox News reported. Due to the suspension, Jack Brandsetter, Kyle Luehmann, Charlie Curti, Jeremy Schulz, Blake Brady and Andy Seats were not permitted to play in their section playoff game, which proved to be their last of the season, Fox News said.

Outrage and frustration sprung from the students and their parents after, what was thought to be unjust suspensions of the students, caused the boys to miss out on this game, Fox news said.

After review, the suspensions are expected to be lifted, Fox News said; however this cannot give the boys their final game back.

Coach Doug Runke organized a scrimmage on Wednesday to get the boys back on the ice one last time, Fox news reported.

The school apologized to the boys durning Monday nights meeting at the high school, Fox News Said. The boys said the apology was a step in the right direction, but said "We were cheated and things need to change."

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