When the students of St. Orlok's Elementary School for Vampires face a cheating werewolf in a game of casketball, nine-year-old Lee Price asks his friend, Boris the bat, for help.
In 1976, Ivy must choose between participating in a gymnastics tournament and attending a family reunion.
When his older brother gets his picture in the paper for scoring three goals in a soccer game, Stookie tries to emulate his feat.
After winning a basketball reporting contest, eighth graders Stevie and Susan Carol are sent to cover the Final Four tournament, where they discover that a talented player is being blackmailed into throwing the final game.
A randomly chosen fan will get the chance to shoot a goal to win one million dollars. One shot for a million bucks! Could this be the beginning of a dream come true for Dawn and Dusk--or the biggest humiliation of their lives?
When ten-year-old "Scab" McNally takes swimming lessons, he is afraid he will be forced to reveal his secret fear of deep water.
When Mina discovers that she can run faster than her athlete friend, Ruth, she thinks she must choose between running and friendship.
Ty Taggart has always loved skating. But ever since his older brother, Nick, died in combat, Ty has been off his game. He skates recklessly and has lost all interest in the local skating tournament. But when Nick's best friend, Edwin, pays him a visit, Ty is able to reign in his anger and realize his true skating potential.
If anyone understands the phrase 'tough luck,' it's Harrison. As a foster kid in a cruel home, he knows his dream of one day playing for the NFL is a long shot.