SPARTANBURG — Fifteen high school baseball players have been given suspensions for a fight during the Dorman and Boiling Springs baseball game last week.

The Herald-Journal of Spartanburg reported that Dorman athletic director Flynn Harrell said five players have been serving suspension since Friday’s game. Harrell says four players were suspended for two games and one player received a one-game suspension.

Boiling Springs athletic director Bruce Clark says 10 players were suspended for two games.

The brawl started when a pinch runner was thrown out at home plate, sparking a fight between the players and both benches joined the scuffle.

The names of the suspended players were not released.