"We were very disappointed to learn of this incident. We have been working with our colleagues in both districts throughout the weekend to address intolerant and unacceptable fan behavior. That work continues today. The students involved took full responsibility for their behavior, and attempts are being made to right this wrong between the students and to address the long- term learning that can arise from the disappointing behaviors of a few.
Kevin McGowan , Ed.D., Superintendent , Brighton Central Schools
Mike Pero, Superintendent, Pittsford Schools"
"I do want this boy to feel comfortable knowing that what was shared, in no way, shape, or form is indicative of how Pittsford students , or athletes, or community members feel. That we appreciate diversity We appreciate all people. And we want all people to feel welcome anytime they step foot in any of our buildings," said Pero.
The player who was at the free throw line and the subject of the taunt declined to comment.