The team was bawled out after they lost the game.
(MW) to reprimand loudly or severely
(freedictionary) bawl someone out
to scold someone in a loud voice. The teacher bawled the student out for arriving late. Principals don't usually bawl out students.
1. Call out loudly, announce, as in Some of the players were quite hard of hearing, so the rector bawled out the bingo numbers. [1500s]
2. Scold or reprimand loudly, as in Her teacher was always bawling out the class for not paying attention. [c. 1900]
(dictionary)bawl out, Informal.
to scold vociferously; reprimand or scold vigorously: Your father will bawl you out when he sees this mess.