Kuki woke up. She shared a hotel room with the only other girl on the team, Sami. Sami was still in bed, the remote on her stomach, and the TV on. Kuki knew that Sami must have fell asleep while watching TV. She walked up to it, and turned it off.
"No, don't do that!" Sami shot up from her pillow.
"But anda were asleep."
"TURN IT ON."
Kuki did as she was told. Then, she stepped into the bathroom and changed.
"Yo, Kuki?" Sami asked ten minit later, fully dressed. "You ready to go to practice?"
Kuki stepped out of the room, and sighed. Her face looked like she'd been crying.
"Whoa, girl, what happened?" Sami asked.
"Nothing..." Kuki said. The girls walked downstairs meeting up with the others. They headed to their playing field.
Sak began handing everyone pills. Each one took them. Kuki was last in line, and she was confused.
"What are these for?" She asked. "Like Kacey always says 'Hugs not Drugs!'"
"They're not drugs, they're steroids." Sak said.
"Steroids? Like, buff pills?"
"Yes. Thanks for dumbing it down."
Kuki couldn't believe it. Sak's team had been winning due to steroids. Kuki dropped them clear on the ground. "I won't take them."
"Yes, anda will." Sak said.
"Sak, chill." Sami warned.
"You shut up!" Sak pointed to Sami. He looked down at Kuki. "And anda better take them, atau I'll stuff them down your throat myself." (This is right where the crowd would say "Oooooooooooh.")
"Take it easy!" Someone yelled down the line.
"She's just a kid!" Screamed another.
"I won't take them!" Kuki yelled. She began to stomp on the pills, crushing them with every step.
Sak pushed her over, then threw two lebih at her face. "TAKE. THEM. NOW."
"Sak, leave her alone!" Sami yelled. She pushed Sak, then went to help Kuki.
"DO ANY OF anda WANNA WIN AT ALL?" Sak screamed.
"We do, just not this way." Someone said.
"You're just a BIG MEANY." Kuki said.
Everyone froze and it got quiet. REAL quiet. Sak's face turned into a HUGE frown, and he shoved Sami away from Kuki, and grabbed Kuki sejak her shirt.
"AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!" Kuki screamed.
Over at the Hyenas' field, everyone was sadly passing balls back and forth. Without Kuki, they were toast.
Then, a scream that nearly put everyone out of their clothes entered the air.
"What the shiz was that?" Kacey asked.
Wally didn't move.
"Wally? What's wrong?" Megan asked.
"That's the scream of Kuki. We don't have much time." Wally began running in the direction of the Tornados' field.
"You'll never get there running." Kiki said.
Wally looked at them, smiling. They all got into the S.C.A.M.P.E.R.
When the S.C.A.M.P.E.R. landed, Wally was the first out.
"Well, well, well..." Sak said. "Look what we have HERE." He dropped Kuki, and she grunted when hitting the grass.
"Leave her alone!" Wally yelled.
"She refused to-" Sak stopped himself. If he revealed his cheating to the opponent, he'd get disqualified.
"REFUSED. TO. WHAT?" Christian asked.
"Oh, Sak-y..." Megan said. She smiled at him greatly.
"I'm sorry, I just CAN'T." Sak said. He stepped on Kuki's fingers while walking back to the team.
Everyone's eyes widened, and steam practically blew from Wally's ears. He ran after Sak, and jumped on him. Sak fell over due to Wally's weight, and Wally began punching.
His team began cheering him on, and Sak's team just laughed. Except Kuki, who teared up.
Then, Sak threw Wally off him and onto Kuki. "I SHOULDN'T SUFFER THIS KIND OF ABUSE!"
"You?" Kiki asked.
"You're the one torturing Kuki!" Emma yelled.
As everyone began taking turns yelling at Sak, Kuki hugged Wally.
"Thank you." She said.
"For what?" Wally asked.
"For standing up for me." (Wow, seems like a lot of that here. XD)
"Naw, I'd do it for anyone."
"I know anda wouldn't." Kuki giggled. Then, she leaned in for a kiss.
Wally did nothing.
"Wally?" She asked.
"Oh, I'm sorry." Wally said. He blushed. Then, Kuki really did Ciuman him.
"You jerk! Kuki's fragile!" Abby yelled. She threw a rock at Sak.
"I wanna rock! I wanna rock! I wanna rock!" David said. Abby handed him one, and he chucked it at Sak's head. It nailed him perfectly, but seemed to cause no pain. All the kids began throwing rocks at Sak. Eventually he was fed up and chucked them back. Everyone stopped when Megan berkata this:
"Guys, fighting is for the playing field. Not for chucking rocks at one another." Everyone began to mutter to themselves on how she was right.
But Christian began staring at something with a disgusted look on his face. No one noticed until David tripped over into him.
"Dude? @$%& you!" He yelled.
"Heh heh, sorry. But what were anda staring at?" David asked.
"That." Christian pointed to Kuki and Wally. When David looked, he immediately looked back.
"Aw, man, why'd ya make me look?"
Kuki broke away. She smiled, then hugged Wally. Wally got up, helped Kuki up, and they walked to their teams.
"Well..." Emma said. "We wish anda luck."
"Uh... anda too." Sami said. Sak berkata nothing. Sami elbowed him in the gut.
"Ya, good luck and stuff." He berkata unsurely.
The Hyenas went back to their field, and Sak looked at Kuki.
"I'm sorry for being a jerk to you." He said. "I guess anda don't have to take the pills since anda ARE our best player."
A few "HEY!"'s came from the field.
Kuki hugged Sak. "It's OK. I realize anda really wanna win. You're just trying your best."
Sak looked at Kuki. For the first time in forever, he felt good about himself. He had made someone happy, and all this time he thought he'd never accomplish that.
Later that night, in the crammed hotel room of the Hyenas, everyone had gone to sleep. Except Wally. He stayed up Penulisan something. He kept thinking of lebih reasons to put in it, then, he copied it enough times for every player using Kacey's spare carry-on printer. He slipped each copy underneath the others' pillows. He put on his jeans, hoodie, and grabbed Kacey's duct tape wallet. Then, he left.