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Girls in Pants: The Third Summer of the Sisterhood Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 10 Summary

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Chapter 10 Summary

Bridget takes extra time getting dressed just in case she should run into Eric on the soccer field. As she leaves for the field, she thinks to herself that everything is different now than it used to be. She almost longs for it to be like it was. She is excited that she will be around so many soccer players, however. She is the youngest coach and the only one to have made the high school all-American team. She can tell she is respected already. She will coach her first team, and it will be boys. Her friend Diana will coach a girls' team, so they won't get to spend too much time together.

When Bridget arrives on the field, she stands next to Eric while they wait for the team announcements. As they begin talking, Eric says "we" when telling her of his summer...

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