Possibly hundreds of students chanted an anti-gay cheer during a Thursday night football game, Cleveland's Fox 8 News reported.

Students from North High School in Eastlake, Ohio are seen in a YouTube clip chanting “Powder Blue Faggots” at the team from rival Willoughby South. The schools are located in suburbs of Cleveland. (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page.)

“I sat there for a little bit thinking it would stop, and it happened again, and it happened three times,” Heather Ike, a former North High student who took the video, said.

Jan Cline, executive director of the Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender Community Center of Greater Cleveland, said she wasn't surprised by the incident.

“It's another incident of hate speech,” she said.

The school's principal, Jennifer Chauby, said she, with the aid of the assistant principles, did stop the chanting.

“We did put a stop to it as soon as we heard them chanting it, and it's totally unacceptable and they know we don't condone that type of behavior,” she said.

Chauby estimates that as many as 300 students were involved in the incident, too many to discipline. Instead, she'll talk to the school.