When the last girl had passed the last boy, Coach Tewksbury had each boy turn around. Now the boys who had been showing the girls their butts were displaying their penises. Once again, she made her way slowly down the line of boys and the girls followed behind. James’ reprieve was short lived. His penis was still in its early stage of erection, but he could feel it developing. With each girl passing by it rose just a notch. Monica was about a fourth of the way down the line. He knew she cherished the idea of embarrassing the boys with their erections. He saw her coming down the line working her magic on each boy she passed with a fairly decent success rate. Being her best friend’s younger brother made him her prime target. Catching the occasional glance at each other as she worked her way down the line only made matters worse. He knew that she knew he was going to try his best to resist, and that only made it a greater challenge to her. As it turns out, his attempt to avoid an erection had the only effect giving him an erection. As Monica stood in front of him examining shifting her eyes fr...
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...or just off the running track. By the time they finished their final set, the atmosphere was that of a stage show rather than a team practice. The girls were comfortably seated all around and the boys were spotlighted front and center on the carpeted jogging track.
When calisthenics were over, the coach sent the boys to run five quick laps around the track and then to assemble on the bleachers for final inspection. Most of the girls watched the boys run and then slowly made their way to the poolside as the boys stepped up onto the bleachers. Coach reminded everyone about the new rules, including the punishments, and then reminded everyone to be on their best behavior for the cheerleaders at Monday’s practice. She spoke for nearly ten additional minutes. Much to the delight of the girls, at least six of the boys had erected once again, including both James and Griffin.
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