People from the losing team of a Texas high school basketball game complained to the winning team's school officials after student's chanted "U-S-A, U-S-A" in victory.

Alamo Heights in San Antonio is comprised of mostly white players while Edison high school made up of primarily Latino players.

The accusation is that the chant directed at the team comprised of Latinos was racist.

The winning team's coach stopped the teenagers from chanting and the local school district apologized.

The hosts of Fox News' "The Five" discussed whether or not the chant was racist.

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