CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) — Two high school basketball players were bitten and injured by a dog that got on their team’s bus moments before the squad was due to leave for a game.

Woodrow Wilson High School girls’ team coach Bernie Hynson tells The Philadelphia Inquirer that the dog — which he said resembled a pit bull — got on the bus shortly after he did on Saturday morning. The unexpected attack occurred moments later.

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Hynson said his players ran off the bus to avoid the dog, which was soon trapped inside the vehicle.

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One player was bitten on the lip, leg, and foot while the other was bitten on the leg. Both were treated at a hospital and were released later Saturday.

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The undermanned Woodrow Wilson team made it to the game and won, giving Hynson his 100th career victory.