A Pennsylvania high school is apologizing after its students “stooped to an all-time low” during a rivalry hockey game. the only female player on an ice hockey team for a Northampton Area High School faced a wide range of gender-based bullying during a recent game. Fans of the rival team reportedly created a sign that asked Alyssa Wruble to do a “gender reveal." The sign featured a box representing both male and female symbols. The sign came along with chants that questioned the teen’s gender. “When I skated over, all I heard was ‘Wruble, you’re a dude,’” the 17-year-old said. "It was really loud. The whole student section had to be doing it". Alyssa scored two goals in the game. Wruble’s aunt shared the incident on Facebook, which led to an outpouring of support from the community. Alyssa told local media that she simply wants a direct apology from the school. Parkland School District did release a public statement condemning its fans’ behavior. "to Alyssa and her family, we are sorry for the pain caused by the sign. Parkland fully supports gender equity and Parkland is proud to have female players on its own hockey team"