Lucy didn't remember much of the ride to the hospital, other than a few times when she was conscious when she saw the paramedics hovering over her. She blacked out halfway there and when she woke again, her mom was sitting beside her bed asleep.
"Mom?" Lucy weakly mumbled, glancing around the room. She reached a hand up to her head, feeling the bandages on her forehead and her cheek. Her mother woke up then, smiling at Lucy.
"Hi sweetheart, how are you feeling?" she asked, sitting up in her chair.
"My head's a little sore, how long have I been out?" Lucy asked, tilting her head to the side.
"A couple hours, the team's been in the waiting room since they got here," Lucy's mom said, pointing towards the door. "Want me to go get them?"
"Maybe just send in on at a time? I don't know if my head can handle more than one duck right now," Lucy said with a slight smile. Her mom nodded, leaving the room.
"Lucy!" Charlie yelled a few moments later. Lucy cringed, her head ringing. "Oh, sorry Luc forgot about the head thing," he said, pointing to her head as he got closer to her.
"It's alright, how was the rest of the game? Did we win?" Lucy asked and Charlie sat down, nodding rapidly.
"Yeah it was great! Fulton totally took McGill out of the game for you Lucy," Charlie said, smiling down at his friend. "Lucy, I…I need to tell you something," Charlie mumbled, gently touching Lucy's cheek.
"Charlie?" Lucy asked, confused of what was happening.
"I…really," he started before leaning down and pecking her lips softly.
"Like you," he finished with a smile, pulling away from her.
"Charlie I," but he interrupted her.
"No, you don't have to say anything right now Lu," Charlie said, smiling at her. "Wait until you are better, then we can talk about you and I," he said, pecking his forehead before leaving the room.
A few moments later, the door reopened and Banks walked in. "Banks?" Lucy mumbled, smiling gently at him.
"Hey Lu," Banks said, walking over to her bed, still in his uniform from the game.
"I heard we won," Lucy stated, glancing up at him. "We did, I scored three goals, just for you Lucy," Adam exclaimed, an excited expression on his face.
"Adam, you didn't have to do that," Lucy said, frowning at him.
"But I wanted to," Banks said, grinning as he sat down next to her. "Lucy, I really like you," Banks said as he bent down, pressing his lips to hers gently. They held the kiss for a few moments before pulling away from each other.
"Banks I," he shushed her quietly for a moment, pecking her lips again.
"We can talk when you're out of the hospital," Banks said, squeezing her hand before leaving the room.