A Virginia juvenile court judge released court records on a sex abuse case involving two teenagers and their 11-year-old neighbor after a request from WJHL-TV.

The station’s investigation found legal and school system failures that allowed the teens, who both played baseball, to remain on the team and at school after pleading guilty to aggravated sexual battery. 

School officials said they received a call about concerns regarding players on the baseball team, but could not confirm them. The juvenile court clerk said she mistakenly did not provide notice of the convictions to the school superintendent, as required by Virginia law.