Outcasts United - Part Two: A New Season, Chapter 13 - 18 Summary & Analysis

Warren St. John
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Tryouts for the Under Fifteens were being held on the Indian Creek field. Kanue and Mandela had come through. There were lots of new faces. Luma knew that if the team survived it would need most of her focus. But she had two other teams to coach; they needed her to. The new boys were impressive. Luma began imaging what positions they’d play. Luma warned the boys that practices would be grueling. The new boys would probably have to work the hardest. Kanue was relieved and grateful. His team was not dead – it still had life. He promised Luma he and Mandela would do everything to see that the boys followed the rules and treated her with respect.

The Under Fifteens was a diverse group. There were boys from Liberia, Kosovo, Sudan, Somalia, Burundi, Bosnia, Ethiopia and...

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