Here you go, there are some areas of improvement:
Too much adjectives - curly almond round haired boy,
maybe cut down on that. So that it would make more of an impression, describing his clothes or other things that would define his personality, a bandage over his mouth from previous fights etc.
Feels the paragraphs are not connected/the dialogues as well, I haven't won yet then suddenly someone punched him in the stomach?
Who never learn?
try to consistent.
Where you suddenly use script dialogue
Random Student: "Shoot!....
One of the student suddenly cried out, "Shoot!"
Everyone scattered all over the place, avoiding capture. Once caught, it's detention, and no one wanted to be part of it. In a matter of minutes the place/ground was emptied, leaving only two who were too tired/hurt to run away.
"The Principal's Office now!"
Within the office, with knitted brows, staring over at the curly hair (I think it would be better to start using the name in the beginning, its getting confused who is who as the story goes along), the principal, uttered words of sympathy as she listened to his side of the story and finally told him, "Ben, you are dismissed."
at least (separated)
As Ben exited, Roy came in. Then start their conversation...