SEYMOUR, Conn. (AP) Authorities in Connecticut are investigating an incident involving a high school football team.

Police received a complaint concerning the Seymour High School football in May. Seymour Police Chief Paul Satkowski said Thursday the department couldn't disclose any details about the investigation ``in an effort not to compromise the integrity of the investigation.''

Superintendent of Schools Michael Wilson tells The Connecticut Post the district is ``committed to having a football program.'' Wilson says that a training program has been in place throughout the summer.

Police say they don't have a timeline for the investigation. 

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