The parent who sent the video said the fights didn’t happen on the same day, as evidenced by the students wearing different clothing.
Fujii showed the video to parent Johnny Pulido, whose son is in the school’s athletic program.
“It’s not civilized, really, to be happening in our public schools,” said Pulido.
It’s unclear if any student has been seriously hurt in the fights, but parents said they want it stopped before it comes to that.
Elvin Momon, the superintendent of the Victor Valley Union High School District, confirmed administrators will investigate the incident and said there will be disciplinary action.
“Athletes are supposed to be role models,” he said. “But again, they’re young adults. There is still no excuse for their behavior.”
Until the issue is resolved, players aren’t allowed to go into the changing rooms without adult supervision.