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Somewhere between Chinese takeout and robotics competitions, Peter deals with cabin fever of the crime-fighting variety and the ceiling not actually coming down on his head - and continues to search for the answer to what it means to be fifteen.
- Part 2 of caught between ten and twenty
A new school law passed segregating Omega and Alpha's in sports, instead putting teams to male and female. This causes some hard feelings and some parents pull their children off the volleyball team to play on more traditional teams. Can the Karasuno high crows make this their year or will politics and sexism affect them as it does the adults around them.
Kageyama doesnt care about anything but Volleyball, until he's forced to team up with a bouncing ball of orange energy. What is this feeling he has, why does he growl when other Alpha's get to close to Hinata? How can the Omega smile so easily at everyone even him, until he doesn't. Kageyama finds himself intrigued when he notices an old scar on his teammates right forearm. Who had done that, and why does Hinata suddenly freeze up when a group of Alphas start to cat call? It never bothered the Omega at school however when they are at a game or the subway Kageyama finds that his own protective instincts come roaring to the surface. Why is it when he doubts himself just one word from his orange haired teammate calms his nerves?
Love Olympics by XOs for Chumunga64
20 Jul 2018
Tenya Iida is good at school work, good at organisation, good at being a Hero in training, good at learning, good at following directions and rules, and most importantly, good at improvisation. When a sudden Athletics Day is thrown upon him and his classmates, however, he learns there is definitely one thing is abysmally bad at.