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Skill and speed and brains are everything. Doesn’t matter whether you’re big or small. If you’re quick and smart, and fairly well coordinated…that should be enough. ” “A certain elegance of execution,” Catie said. ” Her brother looked at her with some surprise. ” Catie said mildly. “Well, that’s okay. ” He poked her in the ribs…or started to. Abruptly Catie wasn’t there anymore, having neatly sidestepped him as soon as he moved. A moment later she was sitting at the kitchen table, giving him an amused look.

Another mad scramble for position began, players “swimming” or cannonballing themselves through the space to get at the walls, where there would be purchase for a good hard push, or contenting themselves with a less vigorous push off other players. Here and there several players gathered together and braced to give a single teammate more mass to push against. The ball was in free fall, no one in possession for the moment, but that was about to change, for the players in yellow had so coordinated their launches that four of them were now converging on the ball from different directions.

What planet have you been living on? We get twenty minutes of commercials first. But they’re interviewing Brickner. ” That made Catie pause for a moment. Insight into another athlete’s head was always welcome, especially after a game like that. But after a second’s thought she shook her head. “Naah,” Catie said. “Look, save it for me, okay? ” She smiled sweetly. “Which just proves you’ve been trying to again. ” Hal gave her a rather cheesy but completely unrepentant grin. ” Then Catie grinned.

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