Fans wear KKK hoods to high school hockey game in N.D.

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GRAND FORKS, N.D. — An investigation is underway after some fans wore Ku Klux Klan-style outfits to the high school hockey state semi-finals in North Dakota Friday night.

KXJB reported three individuals wearing white cloaks and hoods were sitting in the student section during the game.

Supporters of Red River High School turned out to cheer on their team with a traditional “white out,” where fans wear white as a sign of solidarity.

An investigation by school officials began after a photo of the individuals wearing the pointy, white hoods and cloaks went viral on Twitter.

Read more: WTVR.