'Widespread vaping' leads to voluntary forfeiture of high school volleyball game

Colorado high school makes tough decision after 'widespread infractions'

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ORDWAY, Colorado – Crowley County High School voluntarily forfeit a volley game last Thursday due to "widespread vaping" and other school infractions, according to a Facebook post from the school.

The Colorado high school wasn't specific about the details of the infractions and didn't elaborate in regard to the vaping issue.

"This was not a light decision, however, CCSD takes student handbook violations very seriously," the Facebook post says.

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The school's handbook for athletes states that the use or possession of drugs and alcohol is prohibited, with varying consequences depending on the conditions of the drug/alcohol violation.

The high school also warns parents about the dangers of vaping and posted a link to Tobacco Free Colorado.

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