Several Wall Township coaches, teachers put on administrative leave over hazing allegations, News 12 confirms with sources

What did the coaches know? -- A question being asked repeatedly by parents following allegations of hazing inside the Wall Township High School football locker room.   
News 12 has confirmed with sources that several coaches and teachers involved with the football team are now on administrative leave as the investigation into the alleged hazing inside the locker room continues.  
The decision to scrap a playoff game came Wednesday afternoon in a letter from Superintendent Tracy Handerhan to the community. She wrote, “District and high school decision makers take the safety of our students and staff very seriously. There is no greater priority. We will keep the community apprised of this pending investigation to the extent that we are able."
The alleged incident took place inside the school locker room and was filmed by another student. The video, according to parents, shows members of the football team threatening a sophomore player.
Other parents say additional videos exist of separate incidents showing what appeared to be a sexual assault. News 12 has confirmed authorities are in possession of at least one video.  
The team was scheduled to play the playoff game against undefeated Delsea Regional High School, a team from Gloucester County.
The Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office is asking anyone with more information or who may be in possession of a video to contact them using the Monmouth County Crime Stoppers tip line.