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School officials to wrap up investigation into soccer brawl

The Minnesota State High School League is expected to conclude their investigation Tuesday into a brawl that broke out on a soccer field last week. The league will determine what action should be taken, if any.
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The Minnesota State High School League is expected to conclude their investigation Tuesday into a brawl that broke out on a soccer field last week, KARE 11 reports. The league will determine what action should be taken, if any.

According to a MSHSL statement, the league will issue a definitive statement some time Tuesday.

The sectional championships between Totino-Grace and Prairie Seeds Academy ended with multiple punches thrown between players, leaving one student injured.

Channel 12 captured the fight that also shows a Totino-Grace coach getting punched in the head by the Prairie Seeds goalie.

Maple Grove police are also investigating the incident and will decide if any criminal charges should be filed.

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