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The Lake Park-Audubon School Board accepted the resignation of girls basketball head coach Andrew Schwan and assistant coach Darrin Myhre on Thursday.

They both resigned from teaching, coaching and other positions at LP-A following allegations of impropriety with players during a tournament in St. Cloud.

Schwan taught social studies and Myhre taught business education. The district will advertise to fill those vacancies.

The St. Cloud Police Department is investigating the allegations. No charges have been filed, according to the Stearns County Court Administrator's Office.

A police spokesman said he expects the case to go to the Stearns County Attorney's Office late this week for review of probable cause and a decision on whether to file criminal charges.

"You as board members seem to get only bits and pieces of information," Superintendent Dale Hogie told the board. "But you get everything I can share."

Within a matter of hours after the allegations surfaced, the two coaches were placed on paid administrative leave, pending an investigation by the school district and the police, Hogie said.

Even though the two resigned, the district will continue its investigation, gathering information for the Minnesota Board of teaching and the district's insurance company.

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