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CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. -- An investigation launched after a freshman high school player in Tennessee was attacked by three teammates at a holiday basketball tournament has revealed widespread, systemic problems going unaddressed at every level in his countys public schools.The countys district attorney and sheriffs office jointly investigated allegations of hazing and bullying on Ooltewah High Schools basketball team, and found problems on a much wider scale. Their report released Thursday says permissive coaches and an apathetic administration allowed a culture of bullying to spread around the county.The investigation was launched in January, days after Gatlinburg police said three Ooltewah players assaulted a freshman teammate with a pool cue on Dec. 22. In juvenile court last month, one was convicted of aggravated rape and aggravated assault, and the other two were found guilty of aggravated assault.From the moment the basketball coaches drove the team out of town without Board approval, the system failed, the report says.There was failure to adequately supervise the students, failure to recognize the significance of the horrific injuries suffered during a rape, failure to notify the victims parents, failure to provide a swift and appropriate response to the attacks, and failure to assure the public that proactive measures would be taken to address the root causes of these failures.Many of adults referred to in the report are no longer working in the countys schools. Kirk Kelly, the interim superintendent, said in a statement that the board will determine additional steps as we continue to improve our district.We have already made significant changes in our district over the past six months, including new and stricter policies, stronger training for our employees about abuse reporting, and a more comprehensive approach to crisis management and communications, Kelly said. However, the report may provide us an additional opportunity to enhance our practices, provide better support and safety for all students moving forward.While this has been a difficult time for many, I believe we will be better positioned in the future by having taken the right training path, creating greater awareness of appropriate behavior and encouraging the sharing of timely information.According to the report, the teams coach, Andre Montgomery, attempted to grossly minimize the situation and attempted to cover up the crimes. The report says Montgomery told players to keep quiet and not inform their parents.Montgomery was indicted in May on four counts of failing to report child sexual abuse. His lawyer, Curtis Bowe, said Thursday he hadnt seen the report and declined further comment.The report says authorities widened their investigation after fielding complaints about other bullying at Ooltewah and other Hamilton County schools. They found that neither Ooltewah High officials nor central office administrators at Hamilton County acknowledged the seriousness of the Dec. 22 case.And it says there is no indication that Rick Smith, the Hamilton County schools superintendent at the time, took his duty to manage the situation seriously. It says that Smith failed to communicate the gravity of the situation to School Board members or the public.The report says Hamilton County Department of Education has a glaring lack of training on how to handle these types of incidents. And it states that Ooltewah athletes continue to display bullying and threatening behavior.This report comes one month after a separate investigation commissioned by Hamilton County school officials said that Ooltewah had a culture of hazing and bullying even before the Dec. 22 attack.Meanwhile, the victim filed suit on Sept. 9 against his former coach, the former vice principal and athletic director, the former principal and the countys board of education, accusing them of knowingly ignoring the abuse of athletes.The lawsuit alleges that Montgomery told players after the assault, Were a family and what goes on in the family stays in the family. Camiseta Seleccion Colombia 2018 . -- Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson asked his players a simple question during Fridays morning shootaround: How many of them had ever been on a team 14 games over . 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BASEBALLNEW YORK -- That baseball hazing ritual of dressing up rookies as Wonder Woman, Hooters Girls and Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders is now banned.Major League Baseball created an Anti-Hazing and Anti-Bullying Policy that covers the practice. As part of the sports new labor deal, set to be ratified by both sides Tuesday, the players union agreed not to contest it.The policy, obtained by The Associated Press, prohibits requiring, coercing or encouraging players from dressing up as women or wearing costumes that may be offensive to individuals based on their race, sex, nationality, age, sexual orientation, gender identify or other characteristic.MLB Vice President Paul Mifsud said the new rules resulted partly in light of social media, which in our view sort of unfortunately publicized a lot of the dressing up of the players ... those kind of things which in our view were insensitive and potentially offensive to a number of groups.OLYMPICSMOSCOW -- Russias doping cover-up went far beyond the Olympics, according to a vast archive of emails released by a World Anti-Doping Agency investigator.Besides the 12 medal winners from the 2014 Winter Olympics whose samples were supposedly tampered with, messages show a system which covered up drug use by blind athletes and children as young as 15.In 2015, a year after the Olympics, Russias top doping scientist, Grigory Rodchenkov, complained that the scheme Richard McLaren termed the disappearing positive methodology had grown so large it was covering for doping -- and apparent abuse of power -- in disabled sports.Five blind athletes in powerlifting, a form of weightlifting, had tested positive for the banned steroid methandienone at the same training camp. Rodchenkov suspected unscrupulous coaches eager for medals were doping the athletes without their knowledge.PRO FOOTBALLLOS ANGELES -- Jeff Fishers tenure in Los Angeles didnt last one full season.The Rams fired Fisher and elevated special teams coordinator John Fassel to interim coach. The Rams are 4-9 heading into Thursday nights game at NFC West-leading Seattle.Fisher had been the teams coach since 2012, and compiled a 31-45-1 record with the Rams. He oversaw the move from St. Louis to Los Angeles this past offseason.The lack of success on the field, capped by a 42-14 home rout by Atlanta on Sunday, spelled the end for Fisher, who is tied with Dan Reeves for most regular-season losses in NFL history with 165. Fisher has the lowest winning percentage (.512) among coaches with 130-plus losses.UNDATED -- The Supreme Court rejected the final two challenges to the estimated $1 billion settlement between the NFL and thousands of its former players who have been diagnosed with brain injuries linked to repeated concussions. Players who already have been diagnosed with Lou Gehrigs disease, Parkinsons, Alzheimers or dementia could begin receiving payments in 90 to 120 days.The league has estimated that 6,000 former players -- or nearly three in 10 -- could develop Alzheimers disease or moderate dementia. Payments could be as high as $5 million for those with Lou Gehrigs disease, also called amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS; the average payoutt is expected to be closer to $190,000.ddddddddddddThe class-action lawsuit filed in Philadelphia accused the NFL of hiding what it knew about the link between concussions and chronic traumatic encephalopathy, the degenerative brain disease that has been found in dozens of former players after their deaths. Senior U.S. District Judge Anita B. Brody approved the deal last year after twice sending it back to lawyers over concerns the fund might run out.COLLEGE FOOTBALLBOCA RATON, Fla. -- Lane Kiffin is about to be a head coach again after agreeing to start anew and take over at Florida Atlantic.Kiffins soon-to-be-former boss, Alabama coach Nick Saban, confirmed the hiring and said his offensive coordinator will remain with the Crimson Tide for the College Football Playoff.FAU had no immediate comment because the deal has not been finalized. Kiffin has agreed to a five-year contract, a person with direct knowledge of the situation told The Associated Press. The person spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity because neither Kiffin nor the school had confirmed the hiring.Kiffin has been the offensive coordinator at Alabama for the last three seasons, helping the Crimson Tide win last seasons national championship and get back to the College Football Playoff with the No. 1 ranking this year. FAU will be his third collegiate head coaching job, and the first since USC fired him five games into the 2013 season.BAYLOR SEXUAL ASSAULT INVESTIGATIONWACO, Texas -- Baylor University regents say they have full confidence in a previous investigation into campus sexual and physical assault reports, and reject calls from a group of major donors for a third-party review.Baylor regents said in a statement they voted unanimously against further review of the investigation by the law firm Pepper Hamilton. That probe led to the firing of football coach Art Briles and the departures of President Ken Starr and athletic director Ian McCaw.The Bears for Leadership Reform group led by several of Baylors top donors has complained the full investigation hasnt been publicly released.The regents statement did not mention a libel lawsuit filed last week by Briles against three board members and a senior Baylor official. Briles attorney, Ernest Cannon, said the board should release the entire investigation.GOLFSCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Phil Mickelson has had surgery for a sports hernia for the second time in three months and is not sure when he will play next.Mickelson first had surgery on his hernia in October, right after playing in the Safeway Open. His management company said the five-time major champion is expected to make a full recovery, but it did not offer a timetable for his return.Mickelson had planned to start 2017 at the CareerBuilder Challenge on Jan. 19-22 in Palm Desert, California. 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