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  • Event
  • I told them not to go near that school. What did they do? They went into the school and almost hurt all of the cheerleaders! We're going to get them dead.
  • Propels the Action By...
  • Yeah! They are jerks! We might see them at the beach during football practice today.
  • Outcome
  • Well, well ,well. Look who showed up. You guys are dead!
  • This is when the band members are going into the school to protest during the cheerleader practice. They have a lot of evil things in mind to execute during the protest.
  • Event
  • What? This is ridiculous! I can't believe they would do that! I've spent a lot of money to this machine because it would go to the band, and now it's going to the cheer leading group!
  • Support the Cheerleaders!
  • Seth Sellers and his friend were very mad at the band members. This propels the action because this event adds onto the rivalry between the two divided groups.
  • Propels the Action By...
  • We have to let the school and the cheerleaders that this is not right!
  • The outcome of this event is an all out fist fight. It does get very ugly, and creates even more events that follow up after it.
  • Outcome
  • The event that happened was when Gabe figured out that the money was going to fund the cheer leading program. This happened without notification, and that is what the band group got all mad about. This was the ultimate spark of the whole conflict.
  • This event propels the action by creating a major conflict between the band members and the cheer leading group. This will lead up to many events with the two groups against each other.
  • Yeah! We should protest! Nobody is stopping us!
  • The outcome of this event is many arguments and fights. This finally comes to the end, but we can infer that there will always be hatred between the two groups.
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