The Plot of The Double Crossing of the Lacrosse Jocks
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The Plot of: Snatched!
Introduction - We first meet the protagonist, Holland, and her best friend, Theo, as they are walking to school together and she discovers that there is a chemistry test that day. When they arrive in class, they notice that Liam, a friend of theirs, is missing. They finish their day and head their separate ways.
Are you ready for the chem. test today?
Inciting Force - The very next day at school, Theo is missing and after Coach Ackles coming up and interrogating her as to where his lacrosse players are disappearing off to, she discovers 3 people are missing. Holland decides enough is enough and goes home to try and figure out where they are.
Where are they?!
Rising Action - When Holland realizes that Liam's friend Derek is going to be taken next, she rushes out and follows him until something happens. She tries to step in, but when it is revealed that Dylan, someone she has gone to school with since she was little, is the kidnapper, her fight or flight reflex takes a little too long, she is caught and knocked out.
Climax - Holland wakes up surrounded by the four missing lacrosse players, locked in some dark room with wooden walls. She tries to find a way out, despite them assuring her that "They already checked," and that "There was no way out," she manages to break off a board, creating a hole for them to escape out of, discovering they were in the basement of some old, abandoned warehouse. Finally free, they decide to head to the nearest sheriff's department for help.
How can we escape?
Conclusion - Dylan ends up behind bars, and although the police were very vague about reasons, they do say it was a result of a psychological issue mixed with pressure from his father to be on the lacrosse team. He thought if he kidnapped enough players, coach would give him a chance to prove himself. Things go back to normal, and most of the town acts like it never happened. As for the chemistry test, Holland will definitely need some extra credit.
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