Josh and Chad have been using the same place as a paintball field forever. But now, someone's attacking them, and it isn't someone they know. Who is out to stop their paintballing fun? It's going to take all their skills and teamwork to stop the sinister invasion.
Hannah is thrilled when she earns a spot on her school's dance team, but she knows she'll have to work extra hard if she wants a solo. The only problem is her best friend, Caitlin, would rather hang out with boys than practice. Hannah has to decide what's more important: keeping her spot on the team or keeping her friend.
Max is excited for the end of the school year; not only will he get a break from Alex, the school bully, but he'll also get to spend the summer playing paintball. But when Alex joins the paintball league too, things go from bad to worse. The bully has Max firmly in his sights, and Max has to find a solution for his paintball problems before it's too late.
Grace is thrilled when her figure skating coach enters her in a local competition. But when she sees another skater practicing, Grace realizes she'll have some difficult competition. She psyches herself out so much that she starts messing up the moves she already knows. Can Grace remember why she loved skating before the skating showdown?
Kayla is the best gymnast on her team. When she misses her vault at an important gymnastics meet, no one sees her mistake except her best friend, Chandra. When Chandra pressures her to tell the truth, Kayla must decide if keeping her trophy is worth losing her friend.
Every player on the Wildcats football team is an important part of the team. Carlos, the quarterback, has talent and guts. Logan, a linebacker, has strength and smarts. Noah, a running back, knows the game better than anyone. And Andrew, a receiver, has learned a lot from his superstar brother. In these four stories, the players' skills result in touchdowns! But if they want to win, they'll have to work as a team . . .
Anton loves playing football until Malik, the talented quarterback, starts acting strange. Instead of working with the team, Malik is just showing off. Anton has to fix the problem fast, before the quarterback ruins everything!
When Kenny's anger problem gets out of control, his father signs him up for karate lessons. But even in karate class, Kenny can't get a grip on his temper. He's getting a reputation for being angry. With help from his karate teacher, will Kenny be able to calm down long enough to focus and win? .
It takes each player on the Wildcats basketball team to win. Their captain, Trey, plays with speed and smarts. Isaac, a point guard, knows how to lead the team. PJ, a center, is tall and quick. And Daniel, a forward, has guts and power. In these four stories, players score basket after basket. But if they want to take it all the way, they'll have to work together.
Austin may be new to town, but he's not new to go-kart racing. Unfortunately, he had to leave his kart behind when he moved. When he races against Ryan Stone, Austin quickly learns that Ryan's the guy to beat. But how can Austin's rental kart compete with Ryan's shiny red kart? Austin will have to learn that the driver, not the kart, wins the race.
They were supposed to be attending a volunteer dinner in their honor, but instead, Owen and Gray have been stranded in the middle of a raging blizzard. Once the storm subsides, the boys decide to try to find their way back to civilization. But with no food or water, freezing temperatures, and no help in sight, both boys begin to lose hope. Can they make it safely home, or will the frozen elements become too much for them to handle?
Amanda has always dreamed of being captain of a cheerleading squad, and this year, she is! But she soon realizes that being captain is harder than she thought. Not only does she have to lead the squad, she has to inspire them, and that's hard work.
Jeff has an anger problem. He doesn't know how to control his temper. One day, when his anger has almost gotten out of hand, he meets Logan, one of the captains of his school's wrestling team. Logan thinks Jeff would be a great wrestler. But can Jeff control his anger long enough to win a match?
After Evan's older brother breaks his leg skateboarding, their parents ban skateboarding for the whole family. But Evan loves skateboarding too much to quit. When his grandmother catches him practicing for a competition, Evan knows his secret is out. He has to decide what's more important: doing what he loves or telling his parents the truth.
Juan was a track star at his old school, so he's not sure what to expect when he's asked to join the football team in his new town. Right away, Juan thinks he's made the wrong choice. He can't catch, he can't throw, and one of the members of the team hasn't been making it easy for Juan to feel at home. Can the ex-track star learn his new sport in time for the biggest game of the season?
Because of an injury, Nadia couldn't practice her balance beam routines all summer. Her ankle is healed now, but she's nervous about being back in competition. It seems like every time she sees her rival, Blaire, her ankle starts to hurt again. Will Nadia find her balance, or will she let Blaire's mean comments keep her from winning?
Dylan has been looking forward to the Midwinter Meltdown Tournament for months. He knows this will be the year his hockey team wins. Then a pre-season injury takes him out of the game. Even though his wrist is healing, he's too weak to play. Can Dylan be part of the team if he's stuck on the bench?
At Top Speed Race Camp, Dylan meets his new partner, Jo. He's shocked. Jo is not at all what he expected. How can Dylan build the best race car and beat Robby when his partner is a girl?
Jamal's been asked to try out for the super-elite youth basketball team. His dad makes him a deal: If Jamal makes the team, he gets new shoes. But will the fancy new shoes really improve Jamal's game?
When bullies mess with Riley at the skate park one night, Bernie Chu, the best skater in town, saves his board. But the next day, Bernie pretends like he never saw Riley before. The biggest contest of the year is coming up, and Riley knows that Bernie is his chief competition. When Bernie's board breaks during the final round of the contest, will Riley help him, or will he use the accident to win?
For as long as he can remember, Ethan has envied his dad's hunting trips. His dad has always promised to bring Ethan along when he's old enough, and finally, this year is the year! But on their hunt, Ethan discovers some dead deer left in the woods. A poacher is killing the animals for fun. Ethan knows that's against the Hunter's Code, after all, he broke that rule himself.
Tanner Ryan hates everything about his new town. All of his friends are back in his old city, and the only thing he likes in Woodville is his family's pool. That is until he discovers the Curves, the most amazing place ever to skateboard. Unfortunately, on the same day he finds the Curves, he meets Bennett Parsons III, the resident bully. And the locals aren't happy that Tanner's been skateboarding all over town. Can Tanner make friends and still have fun doing what he likes to do? Or has he been doomed to a life without skateboarding?
The Huskies are the biggest and best team in the conference. The Wildcats lose to them every year. Coach thinks they have a chance this year. Can Carlos make it happen?
When Colleen's best friend and co-captain changes schools, she's devastated. The cheerleading squad won't be the same without Meredith. But when Colleen learns that Meredith is teaching her new squad the routine they created together for an upcoming competition, she's hurt. Colleen has to decide what's more important - keeping her friend or coming in first.
Peter made the varsity lacrosse team, just like his best friends said he would. In fact, the coach thinks he's one of the best on the team. But Hurley Johnson, the team's captain, doesn't want Peter to take his spot. He'll stop at nothing to make Peter quit. Will Peter give up?
Ramona loves sand volleyball but has a hard team being a team player. When she learns that the court will be destroyed by a plastic company, she must learn the importance of being part of a team.
Dana and the rest of the Raiders gymnastics team must learn how to deal with their biggest rivals, the Superiors. When the Superiors don't play fair, the Raiders learn a valuable lesson in sportsmanship.
Molly has always dreamed of taking horseback riding lessons, but the lessons were too expensive. Until now! A new stable has opened up in town, and Molly convinces her parents to let her sign up for classes. Everything is great, except that two girls at school keep making fun of Molly. She'll need to figure out a way to keep her confidence both in and out of the saddle.
Wildcats center PJ Harris is the tallest player on the team. Everyone expects him to be a natural on the court. He's an all-star, except for one thing. He's horrible at free throws. When a game comes down to PJ's free throws making the difference between win or lose, he freaks! Can he solve his problem in time to earn back the respect of his coach and teammates and himself?
Danny Mason's brother, "Clean" Cole Mason, is famous on the stock-car circuit for being a good guy. So Danny can't believe it when he starts to see signs that someone on his brother's team is sabotaging his opponents. Danny has to figure out what's going on before someone gets seriously hurt.
A girl on the JV basketball team was injured, and Mel has been asked to take her place. Mel is thrilled. But the girls on the freshman team aren't happy for her. In fact, they're being downright mean. How can Mel play to win when she doesn't have teammates on her side?
It was supposed to be a fun camping trip. Tom and Kevin had been looking forward to it all summer. Kevin had never camped before, and Tom couldn't wait to show his friend how to fish and survive in the wilderness. But when the long-dormant volcano erupts, their fun trip vanishes, replaced by a mad dash for survival. Tom and Kevin have to use their smarts to outrun the lava spilling madly from the volcano's peak.
Since Derek is the tallest kid on his basketball team, his coach decides to have him play center instead of Jason. Derek thinks this is a lucky break, until Jason stops passing the ball to him.
Trey Smith, the captain of the Wildcats, knows he's one of the best players on the team. He doesn't worry about anything when he's on the court. But then he finds out that he knows someone on a rival team. It's his cousin, Pete. And to make matters worse, they're assigned to guard each other. How can Trey play when he'll have to beat his cousin to win?
Max and Tyler have been paintball partners for a long time when they realize that something's strange at the paintball field. A new player in town, Ryan, has just started playing and winning. At first, Max chalks it up to beginner's luck. But then he starts to notice weird things about Ryan and his team: They always use the same yellow paintballs, for example, even though each team is supposed to get a new color each match. And the marks the paintballs leave behind don't match up to the number of times the players shoot. Can Max and Tyler figure out what's going on before the biggest tournament of the year?
Every summer, Eva and Becca play softball. But this year, something strange is going on. One day at practice, the bag of equipment is missing. The next day, it's been returned. When the bag goes missing again, Eva and Becca decide to try to catch the crook. But the person they find is not at all what they expect!
Jake is the best bull rider in his division. He's never been thrown from a bull and doesn't see that changing anytime soon. But when he takes a bad spill during competition, he hurts more than just his arm. His confidence takes a hit, as well. Jake has to learn to cowboy up and overcome his fear before he can ride again.
Caleb has always batted with the same wood bat until the other team accuses Caleb of cheating by tampering with the bat! Now Caleb is forced to use the aluminum bat. How is he supposed to help his team win when he keeps striking out?
Jason never turns down a dare, which has gotten him in trouble more than once. After he gives some classmates a hard time, they challenge him to a BMX competition. Jason can't say no. But BMX is way harder than he thought. If he can't learn to ride before the competition, this dare will be his last.
Andrew\u2019s been working overtime on improving his speed with his older brother. Can he pull it out and help his team win?
Shawn gets to be a junior team member on Johnny Pride's stock car team. But when he arrives at the racetrack, it turns out he'll be helping Johnny's biggest competition, "Mean" Gene Pederson. Shawn realizes that appearances aren't everything. Maybe there's more to Mean Gene than a bad reputation.
Jill never expected her week at surf camp to be interrupted by a hurricane, but one is heading for the North Carolina coast. Abby and Sara think surfing in a hurricane will be amazing. Then the waves get out of control. Time is running out, and the storm is coming.
Jamie thought everything was perfect on his hockey team. But when the goalie is injured, Jamie has to step in to play the unfamiliar position. With the state championship at stake, can Jamie help his team skate to victory or are they all on thin ice?