A wooden table leg, a baseball bat, a hammer and a two-by-four.
Those were just a few of the weapons wielded during after-school brawls among 75 to 100 teenagers, city police Sgt. John M. Solecki said Thursday.
City detectives were still sorting through video from surveillance cameras and from bystanders, who posted footage of the fighting Wednesday on Facebook.
And the fact that city schools started spring break Thursday wasn’t helping, police.