updated 11/15/2008 3:17:25 PM ET 2008-11-15T20:17:25

Investigators searched for a teenage girl they say stabbed five other girls during a melee after a high school football game in southeast Florida.

The injuries were not life threatening, police said.

The stabbings occurred Friday night after rival high schools in Martin County played each other.

Sheriff's spokeswoman Rhonda Irons said the girls' wounds were in the leg, shoulder, forearm and hand. The girls were taken to a hospital.

A woman also was arrested in a series of unrelated fights that involved around 30 people outside the Martin County High School, Iron said.

South Fork High beat Martin County 35-10 in the annual rivalry game, nicknamed the "Martin Bowl."

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