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Playing Hurt by Chelsea Keyes, a high school basketball star whose promising career has been cut short by a terrible accident on the court, and Clint Morgan, a nineteen-year-old ex-hockey player who gave up his sport following a game-related tragedy, meet at a Minnesota lake resort and find themselves drawn together by the losses they have suffered.
Call Number: F SCH
Publication Date: 2011-03-08
Gracie Faltrain takes control by To win a little you have to risk something. To win big, you have to risk it all. Gracie Faltrain is back and she couldnt be happier. Her team won the Championships, she scored a few goals and a boyfriend, as well. Just as she's settling down to a new season of soccer, the stakes are raised. Coach has entered the team in the Firsts - a boys only league. To prove herself, Gracie has to fight harder than ever before. The other teams will do anything to keep her out of the game, and if she makes it, they'll do anything to see her lose. But Gracie is sick of losing. Shes sick of seeing friends, like Martin and Alyce, unhappy. Gracie decides its time to take control and even the score for everyone, on and off the field.
Call Number: F CRO
Publication Date: 2006
Starfish sisters by Georgie, Kia, Micki and Ace are thrown together at an elite girls surfing camp. They're not friends straight away there's jealousy, insecurity, secrets and lies to deal with first. Yet they soon realise that they need to stick together, because their friendship brings out the best in each of them. But will they all make the grade?
Call Number: F BUR
Publication Date: 2007
Up to This Pointe by Harper had a plan. It went south. Hand this utterly unique contemporary YA to anyone who loves ballet or is a little too wrapped up in their Plan A. (It's okay to fail, people!) Harper Scott is a dancer. She and her best friend, Kate, have one goal: becoming professional ballerinas. And Harper won't let anything--or anyone--get in the way of The Plan, not even the boy she and Kate are both drawn to. Harper is a Scott. She's related to Robert Falcon Scott, the explorer who died racing Amundsen and Shackleton to the South Pole. Amundsen won because he had a plan, and Harper has always followed his model. So when Harper's life takes an unexpected turn, she finagles (read: lies) her way to the icy dark of McMurdo Station . . . in Antarctica. Extreme, but somehow fitting--apparently she has always been in the dark, dancing on ice this whole time.
Call Number: F LON
Publication Date: 2016
Bend it like Becckham by The daughter of orthodox Sikh rebels against her parents' traditionalism by running off to Germany with a football team (soccer in America).
Call Number: F NAR
Publication Date: 2002
Specky Magee by Specky Magee is 12 years old and mad about Australian Rules Football, though no-one ever comes to watch him play. When he finds a photograph of himself as a baby in footy gear he suspects he might be adopted and sets off to find his real footy-loving father.
Publication Date: 2002-03-27
Queen of Secrets by This year, Essie Green's life is going to be different. She's made the cheerleading squad and caught the eye of the captain of the football team. However, she didn't expect her estranged cousin to join the football team. Micah is instantly branded a freak for praying during games, and Essie doesn't want anything to do with him. As the football team's teasing of Micah shifts into hazing, Essie is forced to make a choice between the boyshe might love and the cousin she barely knows.
Call Number: F MEY
Publication Date: 2010