At First Sight


Disclaimer: I know this has been done before, but I've always wanted to give this a try. You got to read to find out what it's about.

Chapter 1 The New Girl

The new girl at Angel Grove High was eyeing a young man in green. He was soon greeted by three other boys. One was in red; the others were wearing black and blue. The young girl in pink quickly turned to her locker.

"Honey, don't even try," a voice said.

The girl in pink turned to find a girl in yellow beside her.

"Why not," the new girl asked.

"First of all, they're all in football," the female voice said.

"And," the new girl asked.

"You have to be a cheerleader to even say a word to any of them," the girl laughed.

"You mean the one in glasses…" the new girl began.

"Oh, that's Billy Cranston. He may be a nerd, but damn he's fine underneath all those clothes," the girl said.

"And you know this…" the new girl laughed.

She hadn't even been in the school for an hour and already she had seemed to found a friend.

"He always takes off his shirt at the game if he isn't in a play," the girl informed her.

"I'm Kimberly Hart by the way," she said.

"Trini Kwan, nice to meet you," she smiled.

The two girls took one last glance at the four guys from across the hall.

"So, what's the scoop on the guy in green," Kim asked.

Trini eyed the young man in question and giggled a little.

"Ah, that'd be Tommy Oliver. The official hottie of Angel Grove High and star quarterback player of the football team," she said.

Kim took another glance at Tommy and smiled.

"Hey, I got to go. See you at school tomorrow," Trini said.

"Hey, is there anything to do after school," Kim asked.

"As a matter of fact, there is. Most of us hang out at the Youth Center," Trini said.

"Do they have a beam," Kim asked.

Trini gave her new friend a puzzled look.

"You know, for gymnasts," Kim laughed.

"I believe so," Trini told her after realizing what Kim was trying to say.

"I have a plan," Kim said.


Trini sighed as she and Kim walked through the parking lot of the Youth Center.

"Are you sure about this," she asked.

"Trust me, Trini. Do you or no you not want to get Billy's attention," Kim laughed.

Trini hadn't come out and told Kim yet, but she knew her friend had definite feelings for the guy.

"This better work," Trini sighed.

"Follow my lead," Kim said.

Trini walked behind Kim as they entered the building.

"Alright, there they are," Kim said.

The four guys were sitting at a table drinking soft drinks.

"All you have to do is stay at the beam and spot me. We'll get their attention easily," Kim told Trini.

"You mean you will," Trini said.

"Hey, you will too. Okay, I'm going to be warming up. Just do what I do," Kim replied.

"Okay," Trini sighed.

Kim smiled as she noticed Trini wasn't so bad in her splits.

"Hey, not bad," she said.

"You think so," Trini asked.

"I'm surprised you haven't taken up gymnastics," Kim said.


Tommy and Billy had been eyeing the pair on beam from time to time.

"Hey, did you see those two," Tommy asked as they left.

He looked up and down at their bodies and leaned back in his chair.

"The one in yellow… of my," Billy said.

"Jason," Tommy asked.

Jason Scott looked up from his book and rolled his eyes.

"Man, you know I have a girl," he said.

The guy next him covered his mouth to stop laughing.

"Yeah, that doesn't even notice you," Zack said under his breath.

"Zack," Billy asked.

Zack Taylor looked back from the entrance and acted uninterested.

"I have my eye on someone else," he simply said.

"They're all yours you two," Jason laughed.


Kim sighed as she shut her locker. She thought her and Trini did not get noticed.

"Hey, you're new around here, aren't you," a voice asked.

Kim gasped when she saw that it was Tommy talking to her.

"Um, yeah," she said.

"You thinking about going to the game on Friday," Tommy asked.

"That all depends," Kim told him. "Will your girlfriend be there?"

If he really was interested in her, she wasn't going to make it easy for him.

"Don't have one," Tommy admitted.

She had to pretend she knew nothing about him.

"So, are we going to the game together," Kim asked.

"Wish we were. I'll be in it," Tommy informed her.

"Oh, so you're a football player," Kim asked.

"Ah, yeah," Tommy said.

"A football player without a girlfriend," Kim laughed.

"Hey, I'm not the only one," Tommy protested.

"So, what position do you play," Kim asked.

"I'm the quarterback," Tommy announced.

"No kidding," Kim said.

"Yeah, well, it doesn't help when you can't even talk to girls' right," Tommy sighed.

There was a certain something about Tommy that Kim couldn't put her finger on. He wasn't like any of the other guys from her old school.

"You're doing pretty well to me," Kim said.

"Thank," Tommy smiled. "Well, I'll see you Friday."

"I'm Kimberly by the way," she said.

"Crap, forgot. I'm Tommy," he replied.

Kim smiled as he walked away.

"I saw that," Trini said.

"Isn't it great," Kim asked.

"Yeah, for one of us," Trini sighed.

"You mean Billy…" Kim began.

"Not yet," Trini said.

"Well, don't give up hope yet," Kim replied.

She then saw Billy walking up behind Trini.

"Trini, isn't it," Billy asked.

Trini's eyes grew she saw it was Billy behind her.

"Um, yes," she said.

"I'll see you after school," Kim whispered into her ear.

"So, are you taking that advanced test in science too," Billy asked. "I couldn't help but notice your name."

"I was a bit shocked to see your name too I must say," Trini said.

"People stereotype football players as being dumb jocks," Billy laughed.

"Well, it's refreshing that you aren't one," Trini smiled.

"Maybe I'll see you at the game Friday," Billy told her.

"Yeah, maybe," Trini said.

Billy looked a little nervous talking her. It was like he hadn't ever talked to a girl before.

"Well, I'll see you soon," he said.

"Bye," Trini smiled.


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