The students inside of the classroom started to gather their belongings and prepared to head to their next class. Carter Griffin is among the students in the classroom. Carter is gifted teen, who is humble and for the most part keeps to himself. He’s an athlete in whom he separates himself among his teammates due to his work ethics but he previously became the team’s most imposing offensive weapon in a manner that he didn’t want to take any pride in.
As Carter began to leave the classroom, he was stopped briefly by his Sociology teacher Mrs. Armstrong. “Carter, now don’t you just go running off so soon.” Said Mrs. Armstrong, while carter anxious to leave, he stayed in respect of his instructor. I’m sure you didn’t take down everything, I mean for the most part I watched you wander off.” Carter knowing that the teacher was correct replied by saying, Mrs. A, sorry about that I really can’t find the energy to focus up today” don’t worry about it, I understand but remember chapter’s 3 and 4 are due next week.” Mrs. Armstrong began expressing to him the importance of resiliency, and how no matter how things turn out Carter must continue to strive for greatness. Carter fully aware, listens, and quickly began to grab his Jet’s hat along with the rest of his belongings and headed towards the classroom door. “Thanks for everything Mrs. A” he says and she replies by saying “Anytime, good luck in tonight’s game.”
As Carter exits the classroom he notices the posters of the big game along with, many students overfilling the hallway. The sound of student’s complaints, along with slammed lockers, and the intercom reminding the students of tonight’s big game. With each student ecstatic to leave school grounds, made it harder on car...
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...expectations for Carter he delivered in fashion. However, Carter started to become dizzy once more but taking a seat realizing that it has been a long day and which a snack is all he managed to consumed. His teammates surrounded him, Big J helps him up and the team helped him onto Big J’s shoulder as they all began to line up for the award ceremony.
Carter exhausted, is in disbelief when they are handed the trophy, he looks at score and began to close his eyes, taking everything in and goes back to when he was training.
Carter looks at the score and says to himself, “we did it Sean” he open his eyes and sees Sean in the crowd watching. He smiles and began to rally his team.
“For Sean” the team chanted as they’re handed their trophy along with their ribbons. The crowd cheering their team in excitement, Carter points his finger into air to say “It’s not over.”
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