It happened following the February 26 Pulaski-Notre Dame Academy Boys Basketball game in Pulaski.
The complaint was submitted to the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association.
Ironically, in the background of the video showing McCarthy arguing with the exiting officials, the two teams are lined up and shaking hands.
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However after the game, per the report and video obtained by Fox 11, McCarthy can be seen following officials as they're being escorted off the floor and yelling at them.
Steph Mathu, Notre Dame Academy's athletic director, also released a statement on the situation. One account of the game described the foul that led to the winning point as "disputed". District officials confirmed the man was McCarthy.
'Not here and not in my time as an athletic director, ' she said. Tuesday's game was a loss for them at Pulaski, ending their season.
"We have been contacted by the WIAA regarding last night's basketball game, and we are now looking further into this situation". 'We will continue to stress the importance of sportsmanship and respect to our students, parents, fans, and community members'.
The Pittsburgh native was known as a fiery coach on the sidelines, often berating National Football League referees for any perceived mistake.