CRARYVILLE - The evening Titans basketball game was moved to the afternoon and it's closed to the public.
The school superintendent says the threat has not been substantiated, but they had to be careful.
The initial threat involved the game between the Taconic Hills Titans and the Hudson Blue Hawks.
"On Friday afternoon, a student reported that there was a social media post that made him feel uncomfortable," said Dr. Neil Howard, Taconic Hills School Superintendent. "He reported it to the high school office and the process was then started, to talk to students and get information, and at that point it rose to the level of concern."
Afterschool activities at the school were canceled, and the basketball game was moved from 7pm to 4pm. It was open only to players and their parents.
There was also an increased police presence at the school.