MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Friday night marked an unfortunate end of the season for the Mound-Westonka boys hockey team.

Dion Koltes, the school’s activities director, needed to be escorted from the section quarterfinal game by police officers after parents started yelling at him for Mound-Westonka’s loss. (WCCO-TV captured video of the incident, which can be viewed above.)

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“You have no idea what you did to these kids,” one man yells at Koltes.

The anger stems from the Friday suspension of Mound-Westonka’s top six hockey players, students said.

The players were allegedly involved in the making of a “Harlem Shake” video in the school’s cafeteria.

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Chris Tienter, a Mound-Westonka junior, said the players didn’t deserve to be suspended.

“They were just trying to re-create the ‘Harlem Shake’ video,” Tienter said. “They were like standing on the table, and it really wasn’t necessary for all the suspensions.”

“Harlem Shake” videos are a recent YouTube phenomenon. They typically show one person dancing alone, and then – when the music drops – a bunch of people suddenly appear, dancing wildly.

Mound-Westonka, the second seed team, lost 6-4 to Blake, the seventh seed team.

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Koltes, the activities director, declined to talk about the incident Friday.