Six young outcasts are forced to make a team, be a team, and solve the case that pushed them together to begin with.
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Trying to make the best out of a weird situation by being excited.
Positive: I’m finally going to have a basketball team after this library fire!
Negative: All my new teammates are suspected of starting the fire to begin with. The basketball team… is their punishment.
I can be late to a freaking sports practice, right? Who even cares?
Basketball practice was just a bunch of rules so far, but maybe this afternoon it will get more interesting. . .
Don’t bet on it.
Hey, where were you anyway?
Uhhhhhhhh SLEEPING. I shouldn't be in trouble for something they can’t prove I did. And I DIDN'T anyway.
Well morning practice is off to a wild start today.
Cass got so pissed that Angie wasn’t here again that she started basically dying.
Count on Cass to get so worked up about this thing that she almost ended up in the ER.
Cass started having trouble breathing at practice this morning, and I was the first one to act and force her to go see the nurse.
I walked her there and when she went inside she didn't come back out for like 20 minutes. We missed all of morning practice.
So help me find out what caused that fire so we don’t have to hang around her anymore!
Well we’re as good as we’re gonna get before the match this weekend. I gave everyone the afternoon off.
I hinted that having a better grasp on the rules would give us a better chance at doing well in the match.
Whoever believes that we've learned enough these past five days to achieve anything besides a participation medal at the match on Sunday...
I, for one, am going to spend this entire afternoon interrogating our classmates about the library fire.
It's about to start! EEEEEEEEEE!!!! #eeeeeeee #GoWakaliZebras
Oh okay . . . So I guess, Angie illegally stole that ball because we just got a foul, but that's okay, that's okay. No biggie.
So Coach Bleeker just dragged me over to ask me if anyone knew the rules of basketball. Funny. Seriously.
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