WILLIAMSTOWN, Pa. (WHTM) – Pennsylvania State Police investigated “inappropriate conduct that occurred” at Williams Valley High School on Sept. 14, according to State Trooper Megan Frazer.

Due to the individuals involved being juveniles, State Police say the information they can release is limited.

The incident is still being investigated by State Police in Lykens; however, according to a report from the Pennsylvania State Police, three juveniles have been cited with harassment following the investigation.

According to State Trooper Megan Frazer, this wasn’t an act of hazing. The three boys targeted one juvenile male, according to State Police, and no other victims were discovered. The acts occurred on school grounds, State Police report.

“The investigation did not reveal any large scale, organized, or individual effort to victimize the juvenile male (Victim #1) by any additional members of the Willimas Valley football team, and/or Williams Valley High school staff/students,” a release from Pennsylvania State Police says.

At this time the district has not released any statements regarding the investigation. abc27 has reached out to the district for comment.