"And this will be the training facility." Our campus guide, Bryce, said to our small group.
"Where I can start to look even better for the ladies." Austin commented and winked at a few girls who just walked out of the training facility.
I rolled my eyes at Austin. "Get a grip, Austin. No one wants you." I snapped as I tried listening to Bryce.
Austin, Evan, and I along with my parents and Antonio we're currently at Texas A & M for a walk through. Austin and Evan had already been accepted here on football scholarships and I received a cheerleading scholarship right after. I was trying to stay away from cheerleading but if it helped me pay my tuition I'd suck it up for a couple more years.
Bryce continued walking our small group around campus, stopping to explain where certain buildings and amenities were. Of course Evan and Austin were checking out the girls while I paid attention. We were starting in the fall of this year and I didn't wanna become lost while trying to find my classes.
"Will you two pay attention?" Dad snapped at Evan and Austin.
I snorted at their expressions and hid my laugh when Austin glared at me. He gave me the middle finger and I stuck out my tongue at him in response.
"Oh, look at the library!" Mom exclaimed.
Evan, Austin, and I gave mom a look. "Really, mom?" I asked.
"What?" She asked as she pushed Antonio in his stroller.
"Who gets excited for a library?" Austin questioned as Bryce led us back into the main office where we met him.
"My mom was the same way." Bryce chuckled as he stepped behind the counter.
"See? And look at how good you seemed to turn out." mom grinned.
The three of us rolled our eyes as dad just looked on and shook his head. I loved mom but sometimes she could be such a dweeb.
"Thank you ma'am." Bryce politely answered. "Alright, so these are just some folders going over what we talked about today. The closer it gets for you guys to start school the more stuff you'll receive in the mail." He explained as he handed out the folders.
"Thank you so much for showing us around today." Mom said and shook his hand. I swear she was in love with that kid.
"Not a problem ma'am. It was nice to meet you guys."
Dad shook his hand and steered mom away before she could harass Bryce any further. While they took off in front of us the three of us stayed behind a bit to continue checking out our future school.
Evan sighed as he looked at two girls who went running by us in spandex shorts and sports bras. "I can't wait to start here." he stated as he continued looking at the girls.
I rolled my eyes. "You're such a pig." I answered as I pulled my hoodie tighter to my body.
He chuckled and smirked. "You're just jealous cause I don't hit on you like that."
"Why would I want you to check me out? I do have standards you know."
He scoffed. "No you don't. If you did you wouldn't have dated Jason."
At the mention of Jason's name my chest stung with a dull pain. I haven't received a text or any kind of communication attempts from Jason for nearly a month now. It's like he's fallen off the face of the earth. Well, maybe he disappeared given the fact that I never picked up the phone or made an effort to speak to him.
The secret he was keeping from me was too painful. He never cared about me at all. He was only using me to get to Austin and look at what happened, Austin's wrist had gotten broken and his football senior was over. How was I supposed to face him knowing that I didn't mean anything to him at all?
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She's One of the BoysTeen Fiction
Dallas Keller is the stereotypical ideal high school girl you see in the movies; tall, blond, pretty, cheerleader, popular and has a football boyfriend. All Dallas wants to do is enjoy her summer before she starts her senior year in high school, but...