Some high school students in Wisconsin face disciplinary action for yelling pro-Donald Trump chants.

FOX's Jeff Monosso reports:

Elkhorn, Wisconsin, school administrator Jason Tadlock say some students at a recent soccer match up against rival Beloit were chanting:

(Tadlock) "Trump. While other students were chanting build a wall, which is a soccer reference when they do like a penalty kick or a free kick."

Against a team that we're told includes Hispanic players that lost 5-0 with their coach charging racism against the chanting fans:

(Tadlock) "There's disciplinary action that's being taken for their behavior."

Including actions against elementary some aged students, who's pro-Trump and build a wall chants and the perceived meaning to school officials isn't considered free speech.

In Chicago, Jeff Monosso, FOX News.