School officials are continuing to investigate a fist-swinging brawl between the Del Campo and Yuba City junior varsity baseball teams at a tournament Monday in Granite Bay.
Video of the fight and its aftermath has gone viral and gained national attention.
A Del Campo fan captured the scene and posted it on YouTube that shows more than a dozen Yuba City players sprinting across the field toward first base after the Honkers' pitcher fired a ball at a Del Campo coach.
At least three Yuba City players are seen in the video throwing punches at a handful of Del Campo players as coaches for both teams stepped in to try and break things up.
The game, tied 4-4 at the time, was called.
Yuba City Unified School District superintendent Nancy Aaberg said her investigation is just about complete and expects to issue a statement Thursday.
"We're taking our time because we want to make sure that the consequences are appropriate for the behavior in which the players participated," Aaberg said. "We're not stalling. But there are a lot of kids involved."
Del Campo and San Juan Unified School District officials also are investigating the matter.
"We are conducting a full investigation based on the video, statements from those involved and statements from the game's officials," San Juan district community relations director Trent Allen said in an e-mail.
"Based on the outcome of that investigation, any of our players found to have exited the dugout or thrown any punches will face disciplinary actions which may include suspension from one or more games in accordance with district and CIF rules."