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The old motor to the old activity bus rumbled all the way to Garner The ten mile trip seemed to take forever Whoosh Whoosh was the only sound that could be heard as the wheels ran through the new puddles that were created earlier that day It was dead silent you could have heard a pin drop We all knew what was at stake For each of us it was a different thing but on both sides of the ball we all knew that in order to have bragging rights for the rest of our lives this would be the game that we would have to win Every other game didnt matter as long as we had won this game Every hit would be remembered on those days when we are sitting down as old men drinking beer or coffee There would be talk about when we flew around the field with each other who hit who and who knocked who on their can The bus was not a sleeping silence it was more a tense silence The type of silent there is when a group of civilians enter the surrounding of another expecting to leave with something they shouldnt The main thing we were expecting to leave with was respect Its all about respect This was the type of game that every hit and every block counted We knew that we will be partying with them the next spring and we wanted bragging rights That was the type of silence that it was all the way to GarnerThe misty dump air gave us the impression that our game could be postponed or at least maybe a game where we would drenched with other liquids than sweat The building where we spent time before the game was filled with the smell of hot dogs and hamburgers The other people preparing them watched us in the thought that we would feel defeat It put an awkward
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