A massive brawl during a basketball game between a D.C. high school and a Baltimore charter school has officials calling for suspensions, the Washington Post reports.
The game between D.C.'s Cardozo High School and Baltimore's ConneXions School for the Arts was stopped in the second quarter when a fight in the stands spilled out onto the floor.
In an instant, video shows fights breaking out between players and spectators all over the court.
"We could have had better control of our kids," Cardozo Athletic Director Bobby Richards told the Post, adding that he expects supplementary discipline to be handed down.
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