Junior Year Ch. 1More Like This
Pulling his car to a stop, Danny glanced out his windshield and noticed the cloudy weather. If it rained later, he’d be miserable because Coach held practice rain or shine while he stood beneath an umbrella. Coach decided to force him and several unlucky starters to see what the freshmen were made of later. He was the Cyclone’s only goalie, so he had to be at all the tryouts. Danny lowered his head to the steering wheel, groaning to himself. “I want to be sleeping right now.”
He put his car in park and removed his keys, spotting another car pull in beside him. The entire lacrosse team parked in the same section ever since they had cars to drive. Danny slid out and held his backpack on one shoulder and his lacrosse bag on the other. “Tell me you are coming later. I can’t stand the freshmen,” he muttered, glancing to a fellow player.
“No way! Have you been listening to the news? It’s going to storm later. Coach is crazy if he doesn