Touchdown Kid---- By: Tim Green------Genre: Realistic Fiction

Touchdown Kid---- By: Tim Green------Genre: Realistic Fiction
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  • I hope that you will always stay with me?
  • Cory and his mom always watch movies together at home. They lived on the westside of town.
  • I always will.
  • Cory's mom was disappointed when she heard that Cory would live with a different family at HBS.
  • Sorry, but I was offered a scholarship and I want to live there.
  • You said that you wouldn't leave me.
  • Cory had to stop practicing until his leg, back, and neck healed.
  • Cory, are you okay?
  • I hurt my leg, also my back and neck are hurting.
  • Cory's mom wishes that Cory wouldn't leave her. Cory says that he won't because he doesn't think that he would get a scholarship at a good school.
  • Cory had to tell the cops everything that he knew about the robber, but Cory didn't have anything to do with it. 
  • After Cory's friend and the second string running back got hurt, Cory went in and won the game for their team. That is how he got out of his town and to the scholarship school called, HBS.
  • It all worked out for Cory and his friend. Cory's mom got to take Cory's friend back home and he didn't have to go to Juvenal detention.  
  • We caught who robbed the Mullier's house and I am sorry for blaming you. 
  • Cory had an awful start at his new school. This one kid, Mike Chester, would pick on him. Mike Chester sprained Cory's ankle and hurt his back and neck in football practice.
  • Cory's life finally turned around for him. And all it took was determination and a little bit of luck.
  • Hooray for touchdown kid!
  • Nice job touchdown kid. 
  • great game touchdown kid.
  • He didn't do it mom!
  • After practice one day, Mr. and Mrs Mullier saw that their house was robbed. Mrs. Mullier thought that Cory had something to do with this, but Mr. Mullier didn't think Cory was involved with it.
  • I didn't do anything.
  • This is all your fault Cory.
  • I stole your stuff.
  • The police found who robbed the Mullier's house. Cory's friend was involved in it because one night Cory and his friend were talking about the pass code and his brother heard. 
  • Thank you.
  • Cory's team won their last game and they all called Cory, "Touchdown Kid." Cory's friend was also able to make it to the game. Cory and his friend knew that he would get better and would be able to play for HBS.
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