Seven students arrested after fight at Maryland high school

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(CBS/WJZ) ANNAPOLIS, Md. - Seven students were arrested at Annapolis High School after a fight Monday morning in the school cafeteria, CBS Baltimore reports.

Police were reportedly notified of the incident around 7 a.m. There were no weapons, but chairs were thrown.

Although there were no serious injuries except for a bloody nose, police arrested seven students, CBS Baltimore reports.

Police reportedly say three or four girls were fighting over some sort of social media interaction over the weekend.

According to the station, there were about 100 students in the cafeteria during the fight.

The school resource officer was reporteldy called for additional help because of the amount of people in the cafeteria.

Additional police presence will be at the school through dismissal.