Jamie thought everything was perfect on his hockey team. But when the goalie is injured, Jamie has to step in to play the unfamiliar position. With the state championship at stake, can Jamie help his team skate to victory or are they all on thin ice?
Caleb has always batted with the same wood bat. But this year, his new team's coach wants him to use an aluminum bat. When his coach sees what Caleb can do with the wood bat, he agrees to let him use it -- until the other team accuses Caleb of tampering with the bat! With his favorite bat out of commission, Caleb's forced to use the aluminum bat. How is he supposed to help his team win when he keeps striking out?
Eleven-year-old Matt wants to make the Evergreen Racing Team but his chances are seriously threatened when a new boy moves to town and resorts to cheating in order to win.
Tanner Ryan hates everything about his new town. All of his friends are back in his old city, and the only thing he likes in Woodville is his family's pool. That is until he discovers the Curves, the most amazing place ever to skateboard. Unfortunately, on the same day he finds the Curves, he meets Bennett Parsons III, the resident bully. And the locals aren't happy that Tanner's been skateboarding all over town. Can Tanner make friends and still have fun doing what he likes to do? Or has he been doomed to a life without skateboarding?
Amanda has always dreamed of being captain of a cheerleading squad, and this year, she is! But she soon realizes that being captain is harder than she thought. Not only does she have to lead the squad, she has to inspire them, and that's hard work.
Kyle wants to be a great hockey player just like his older brother, but to do that, he must focus all of his energy on the game and not be distracted by a teammate's injury.
Amir's new friend doesn't want to learn the right way to climb, and soon he's in serious danger.
Since Derek is the tallest kid on his basketball team, his coach decides to have him play center instead of Jason. Derek thinks this is a lucky break, until Jason stops passing the ball to him.
It's the day of basketball tryouts, and Annie overslept! She can't believe she's running late on the most important day of the year. Last year, Annie and her best friends, Megan and Emma, were cut from the team. Of course, the school mean girls, Sarah and Dani, made it. But this year there's a new coach, and Annie's been practicing her heart out. Annie is determined to make the team this year, and she isn't going to let anything stand in her way!
When Tony turns twelve and moves up to the next class of kart racing, he worries that he will never be able to compete against the older boys who have more experience.
Ethan knows that killing animals for fun is against the Hunter's Code. Or does he?
Ella and Laura can't believe it when two of the meanest girls from a rival volleyball team switch to their team. They decide to give the girls a chance, but before long it's clear that Beth and Gretchen have no plans to be good teammates. Since Laura has been benched with a knee injury, Ella feels very alone on the court. How can she manage to get Gretchen and Beth to play with her, not against her? Is there any hope for a championship, or is the season ruined before it begins?
When Kenny's anger problem gets out of control, his father signs him up for karate lessons. But even in karate class, Kenny can't get a grip on his temper. He's getting a reputation for being angry. With help from his karate teacher, will Kenny be able to calm down long enough to focus -- and win?
Austin may be new to town, but he's not new to go-kart racing. Unfortunately, he had to leave his kart behind when he moved. When he races against Ryan Stone, Austin quickly learns that Ryan's the guy to beat. But how can Austin's rental kart compete with Ryan's shiny red kart? Austin will have to learn that the driver, not the kart, wins the race.
Peter makes the varsity lacrosse team, but one of his teammates isn't happy about it.
Daniel has always heard stories about Big Larry, and when his grandpa dies, he is determined to catch the big fish.
Best friends Carlos and Ricky race all the time, but when their bikes are sabotaged before a major race, they can't trust each other. They'll have to band together to figure out who's pulling a double-cross.
David is a great baseball pitcher, but he always strikes out at bat until he learns about Babe Ruth and the importance of practice.
After breaking his arm during the first day of try-outs last season, Robby is determined to make the football team this year, but to do so he must face his own fears and the bully who tackled him the year before.
Max and Tyler have been paintball partners for a long time when they realize that something's strange at the paintball field. A new player in town, Ryan, has just started playing and winning. At first, Max chalks it up to beginner's luck. But then he starts to notice weird things about Ryan and his team: They always use the same yellow paint balls, for example, even though each team is supposed to get a new color each match. And the marks the paint balls leave behind don't match up to the number of times the players shoot. Can Max and Tyler figure out what's going on before the biggest tournament of the year?
Josh and Chad have been using the same place as a paintball field forever. But during one game, something weird happens. As the guys are marked, they realize they haven't been marked by the opposing team. Instead, someone new is attacking them. Someone unknown. Will they discover who's out to stop their paintballing fun? It's going to take all their skills and teamwork to stop the sinister invasion.
Anton loves playing football until Malik, the talented quarterback, starts acting strange. Instead of working with the team, Malik is just showing off. He's hogging the ball, and the team is starting to lose. Anton thinks it has something to do with the tall guy in sunglasses who keeps showing up to their games. But who is he, and why does Malik care what he thinks? Anton has to fix the problem fast, before the quarterback ruins everything!
Amy hurt her knee in a race. Now she's back on the team, but will have to get her confidence back in order to compete.
Nick is injured skateboarding, but he quickly jumps back on the road to recovery in hopes of being ready for the big competition. With practice, Nick hopes he'll be able to skate the killer half pipes and thin rails just like the pros.
Jamal's been asked to try out for the super-elite youth basketball team. His dad makes him a deal: If Jamal makes the team, he gets new shoes. But will the fancy new shoes really improve Jamal's game?
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