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Laggan Lard Butts —Walters, Eric, 1957-

Sometimes a joke can go too far.

Diary of a wimpy kid : big shot —Kinney, Jeff, author, illustrator.

After a disastrous field day competition at school, Greg decides that when it comes to his athletic career, he's officially retired. But after his mom urges him to give sports one more chance, he reluctantly agrees to si...

On the run —Herman, Gail, 1959- author.

"Jack Porter, track star. Everyone liked him, at least that's what he thought. He met Becky at the last meet of the year. Whoa! She was pretty. And she wanted to go to the dance with him. But then she turned ice-cold. Wh...

Soccer chick rules —FitzGerald, Dawn.

While trying to focus on a winning soccer season, thirteen-year-old Tess becomes involved in local politics when she learns that all sports programs at her school will be stopped unless a tax levy is passed.

Dressed to play —Manuel, Jennifer, author.

Fourteen-year-old Jordan lives for basketball-- she is a star player on her school team, and aspires to play women's college/pro basketball like her basketball heroes. But the people around her have been changing. Wyatt,...

Lucky Falcon mystery —Robins, Eleanor.

Since one of Carter High's football players made a small wooden falcon in shop class, the team has won all of its games. Did the falcon bring them good luck? Could Carter High beat Newton High and be number one? Would Em...

One on one —Aker, Don, 1955-

All eleven-year-old Jared St. George can think about is making his school basketball team and he refuses to think about math and the fact that he is failing it. When he receives peer tutoring from Ellie Brejovic, the wei...

Paralyzed —Rud, Jeff.

Linebacker Reggie Scott is forced to deal with the repercussions of an incident that shakes his belief in the game he loves. When he is persecuted by angry fans for being a dirty player, Reggie is forced to confront his ...

The big game —Green, Tim, 1963- author.
Large Print
2020
Availability: 1 of 1

Danny Owens is dedicating his seventh-grade football season to his recently-deceased father, an NFL legend, but the pressure to succeed is magnified by his inability to read.

Hoopers —Boateng, Johnny, author.

"Set in Toronto, Hoopers is about a Black youth who wants to live the basketball dream of fame and acclaim. Jojo and his friends know that once they make the Squad, their high-school team, they will have the time of thei...

The handoff —Hengel, Katherine.

All Xavier heard was two laps. He just started running! He ran the first lap as fast as he could. He passed everyone! But by the second lap, he was winded. It was hard to breathe. He had no energy. Everyone passed jim.

Score for imagination —Eig, Jonathan, author.

Lola, with help from Grampa Ed and neighbor Gabriel, figures out a way to show the boys at school that they should be letting girls play soccer with them at recess.

Score —Doman, Mary Kate.

The ball was snapped. Franco got the ball. He ran to his right. Every Mustang player ran after him. But just before he was tackled, Franco tossed the ball."--Cover back.

A different game —Olsen, Sylvia, 1955-
Restricted EAudiobook (NNELS)
2013

Murphy and his three friends are nervous about trying out for the soccer team at their new school, but a diagnosis of leukemia proves more challenging than anything they encounter on the field.

Max the champion —Stockdale, Sean, author.

Max is mad about sport. As he gets up, has breakfast and heads off to school he is dreaming of competing in world class sporting events. In his real day he and his class win the school football match, and in his imaginat...

A different game —Olsen, Sylvia, 1955-
Restricted EAudiobook (NNELS)
2013

Murphy and his three friends are nervous about trying out for the soccer team at their new school, but a diagnosis of leukemia proves more challenging than anything they encounter on the field.

Spooky sports day —Saddlewick, A. B.
EBook
2012

In the second book in the fantastic Monstrous Maud series, Rotwood's sports day may be ruined by a spell gone disastrously wrong A miscast spell has created a jungle of man-eating plants across the entire sports pitch at...

Break all rules —Robins, Eleanor.

When opposing teams stay at the same motel, the coaches give the players strict rules to follow. Be polite aned keep to yourselves. At first Rick appears to be co-operative, but Cole begins to question his actions. When ...

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