We have something to tell you two. Don't be alarmed!
Don't just stand there! Start practicing!
Written by: Leslie Valdovinos, Theresa Pham, and Danny Garcia
If you want to become the best football player, you have to kill coach Duncan!
I'm not too sure about this idea.
After an exhilarating day of school, Macbeth and his best friend Banquo were making their way home, when they were suddenly stopped at a park and were approached by three football recruiters. Macbeth had spent all of his life devoted to football. These football recruiters claimed that Macbeth would successfully make it out of South Crenshaw High, be a very skilled quarterback, and become a professional football player.
Thank you for having us over! We'll be sure to have fun!
Oh you will be having fun...
The following day, Duncan, a very famous NFL football player, now coach of Beverly High gave Macbeth an opportunity to escape a place of poverty to pursue his football dream. The thought of leaving his hometown seemed absurd. He was already known for being an amazing football player at his high school. However, he desired to be more successful so he took the opportunity at Beverly, only to be benched. He had now made it out of Crenshaw, but it was nearly impossible to steal the starting position from the brilliant quarterback Malcolm, the son of his coach.
There can only be one of us!
On his way back to Crenshaw, Macbeth told his girlfriend about the strange encounters with the football recruiters. Lady Macbeth seeked to be known in all of Crenshaw by being the girlfriend of a successful football player, so she suggested that they kill Duncan. Killing Duncan, would result in a new coach, therefore a new lineup.
Lady Macbeth initiated a plan to murder Duncan, by having Macbeth host a barbeque at his home showing gratitude to Duncan for giving him a life changing opportunity. Duncan brought his entire family and two of his close friends. Everyone was having so much fun that they became excessively drunk and couldn’t go home. It’s very dangerous to drive drunk so Macbeth’s mother let Macbeth’s friends spend the night.
Macbeth and Lady Macbeth’s plan worked perfectly, they had drugged Duncan’s friends and planned on framing them. After much thought, Macbeth was pressured by Lady Macbeth, and ended up killing Duncan by shooting him. A gun was the best weapon as he grew up in a horrid environment and already knew how it functioned. Macbeth and his girlfriend planted the gun on Duncan’s friends and covered them both in blood. Macbeth consumed with guilt whereas Lady Macbeth had no remorse. Out of desperation and fear, they both decided to move to different high schools where they would be star players and still get playing time.