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Rose had her tonsils out, Jordan's on vacation, Geena broke her arm--there are barely enough Stars around to play a tennis match, let alone a soccer game! The team's beginning to lose heart--and games--as they're forced to play without replacements. But the Stars have a plan to get one player back on the field. If Geena wears the long-sleeve goalie jersey and the special goalie gloves, no one will see that she has a cast. What could be so bad about breaking a minor rule if nobody knows?
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Geena's heart started to pound wildly. This wasn't how it was supposed to happen. The ball was supposed to stay on the Meteor's side of the field. But the Meteor's center attacker dribbled straight for the Stars' goal.
Keep your eye on the ball, she told herself. She bent her knees and tried to stay calm. She was so nervous her knees were quivering.
Playing goalkeeper always made her uptight. But today was worse than usual. Geena knew that each time the Meteors shot on goal, everyone -- the ref, Marina, all the parents -- would be watching her. What if someone noticed her cast? As if keeping the ball out of the goal wasn't enough to worry about.
The attacker kept coming as steadily as an express train. This is bad, Geena thought. Very, very bad.
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