Last week, a Minnesota high school soccer match between Totino-Grace and Prairie Seeds Academy was supposed to decide who would move on in the State Class A tournament, but instead, the game was marred by an epic brawl.

In the final seconds of the game with Prairie Seeds up 2-1, a Prairie Seeds forward got into a confrontation with an opposing player that started with a push. After that, things got real as the Prairie Seeds player walks over to Totino-Grace player and takes a swing at him.

That swing sparks the brawl which spills over to the Totino-Grace sideline. Even the Prairie Seeds goalie gets into the act. The goalie takes a swing at one of the opposing coaches attempting to break up the fight and continues to escalate the brawl by kicking another player minutes later.

The game ended with a 2-1 victory for Prairie Seeds but the Minnesota High School League disqualified them from moving on in the playoffs due to a ineligible player taking part in the game and brawl.