SCARSDALE, NY (WCBS 880) – Without a hint of irony, Scarsdale High School Principal John Klemme tells WCBS 880 reporter Paul Murnane he’d have no comment.

LISTEN: WCBS 880’s Paul Murnane reports

Parents of Scarsdale high schoolers, recalling a letter last month, remember the frustration the school says it feels in getting to the bottom of an alleged party fight between members of two high school sports teams.

“Quite a bit of frustration at the inability to get at a problem in the school,” one parent said to Paul Murnane.

Another parent said, “They should stand up and say what they did wrong and suffer the consequences for their action.”

One parent was asked whether she thought kids ultimately might stand up answered, “No. Never. If it will affect their chances of admission to college, there is no chance.”

The ruckus allegedly occurred before the school year began.

Police say they were never called to any such party over Labor Day weekend and there is a report the Westchester County District Attorney’s office is looking into this alleged brawl.

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