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Um, cool,” Karen said. Karen wasn’t very competitive, so Alex wondered if she really meant it. But at least Karen seemed genuinely interested. “Most of the competitions are sports,” Alex said, “but not all of them. I mean, we do soccer, blob tag, Scrabble, basketball, canoeing, croquet, swimming, and singdown. For the first time all summer, bunkmates could be on separate teams, and best friends could be enemies,” she added. Luckily for Alex, though, she had always managed to be on the same team as Brynn.
She didn’t like the way other girls were starting to make such a big deal out of them. Natalie was always planning her day so she could hang around with Simon, Chelsea flirted with some boy in an older division, Grace was flirting with Devon from 3F, and even Brynn was starting to get gooey-eyed when a certain boy from drama was around (though she would never have admitted that to Alex). Alex could see it happening all around her, and she didn’t like it. She could take or leave boys. She didn’t spend that much time thinking about them except with they snapped her bra or smelled bad after playing baseball.
Alex said, relieved that Valerie hadn’t figured out her real secret. All of a sudden, Alex started feeling bad for someone else: Adam. He really was a cool kid, especially for a boy, despite the pea spasms. Alex certainly didn’t want him to be depressed about a girl. Adam was always making Jenna feel better when she was down, and he was a volunteer coach for the little kids, too. He’d show them how to throw Wiffle balls and go dog-paddling. He also played soccer sometimes with Alex, which was fun because he was really good.
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