DOYLESTOWN, Pa. (CBS) – The Central Bucks School District announced Tuesday that it will “replace” a football coach after an investigation into allegations of hazing.

Back in October, officials canceled the school’s football season after hazing allegations that showed improper conduct by members of the football team and failure of the coaching staff to properly supervise activities came to light.

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The hazing apparently happened in the pre-season and was first reported to the school district on Tuesday, October 14th. Interviews were then conducted with all team members and the entire coaching staff.

Now, School District officials say they will replace Head Football Coach Brian Hensel.

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The suspension of the assistant football coaches has been lifted, but their fates will not be determined until after a new head coach is selected.

The Central Bucks School District also says there will be no additional sanctions or disciplines for the team’s players.

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“This has been a challenging and painful few weeks for all of us connected to Central Bucks High School West and the school district community as a whole. We are a resilient school district and will demonstrate that resilience once again by how we choose to respond as a community to any form of hazing, initiation, or bullying. The safety, security, and dignity of our students must always be our highest priority,” said Dr. David Weitzel, the Central Bucks School District Superintendent, in a release.

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