High School Varsity
February 16, 1 AS
A Test Session took place for Jessenia Cruz along with A in hopes of Making it to the West Coast Swing beginning at Las Vegas may be decided in atticipation for Spring Training for Baseball however she will be joined with Pieper and the Serenas (Chew & Pitt respectively) in a 4 Car Test Session in anticipation for the event.
The Green Flag went out as Jessenia led the field to the Green Flag in a 25 Lap Sprint in hopes that she will make the cut for this main event.
But in the End Serena Chew won beating out Jessenia in a Close Call.
Meanwhile Back at The House, Rachael puts on her glasses and speculates Jessenia will be racing in the West Coast Swing to go along with Minor League Camp.
Rachael: I'm Sitting Here, Just Keep Thinking About, Abigail and Kit are in camp, I'm Just think that the squad is going to start out even more.
I think that's probably gonna roll into Jessenia's Fate that she will be probably getting a Chance to reach the Bigs later this spring.
It could be either or like, they had a great day and maybe Jessenia could make as a Part Time Ride for all West Coast Events but we think we need futures as amazing as you are.
MEANWHILE IN JAYS HOUSE AT ALAMEDA
Jay Jianoran: I Do Not Know what the Future May Hold for this Season and many other seasons to come, but Mom What?
Nimfa: I Don't Know
Jay: Oh Dear, Joshua
Joshua: I Don't Know
BACK AT THE MANSION IN SAN JOSE
Rachael: If Jessenia could be staying here in Spring Training she will make the cut in the Majors which means first and foremost, like a lot of confusion for me.
I have not seen how will the roster shape up, I haven't physically seen the roster in which it will turn out.
Doesn't necessarilly mean that it's ot there.
The hardest part about this entire thing is just never truly knowing where the Manager's Head is at.
BACK IN ALAMEDA
Jay: I Think What Jessenia did that I will hopefully will look forward to a Great West Coast Swing before we go dirt racing in Bristol, I Think you're going to agree on it, Daddy
Eleno: Yes, Now We will hope that this weekend my clone of this son is in the Daytona Road Course for the O'Reilly 253
Jay: Can't Wait for It.
Eleno: I Think We are getting things rolling.
Jay: But Can't Wait for that as well.
But in the end Jessenia is sent to the Minor League Camp before Spring Training begins followed by an epic 32-Week Regular Season and so does Pieper.
LATER THAT NIGHT WHEN JAY RETURNED TO THE MANSION
Rachael: Do You Know How to Crack Backs?
Michelle: I Do; You want me to crack your back?
Rachael: Yes, Please
Michelle: OK, Breath In
Rachael: If you crack my--, If you crack my sternum
Everyone Just Chattered that Serena or Rachael needed help and Rachael might be cracking the sternum button as Michelle is ready to Backcrack the Backtalk and Michelle was hilarious
Everyone watched on including Jay and a few other boys who are probably are on the roster
Michelle: Now, Before I Wanna make my toast using Bottled Coke Zeros, I Just Do wanna make sure that I look good for the camera, so I'm gonna knock out a few push-ups real quick.
And So Everyone Laughed as Michelle starts doing pushups and Jay said "There you go, Those were good, Michelle Keep Rollin!" and then Jay said "Here's to Spring Training, Y'All and Probably Opening Day, Let's Do It and Great Work with the Pushups, Miss Young."
Michelle: You just spit that all over my back, Bri
Jay: Holy Cow, Where Did the Splatter Go?..
A FEW SECONDS LATER
Jay: Can anyone get Bri a Napkin, please Marissa?
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As "I Hope" by Gabby Barrett plays, It's now 9:05 PM and we are getting ready for a Cup Series Race in San Jose in 2 weeks before we go Dirt Track Racing in Bristol however Jessenia is hoping to make the field for this race in Santa Clarita's new Super Speedway
Jessenia Cruz: Apparently with a Test Session being successful, I Just got entered to run 2 Races beginning in the Santa Clarita, CA's new Super Speedway that has 2 Miles before we go to San Jose after that but anyhow we are getting ready for a Short Track Race later this weekend and it will take place at the Crashiteria
Serena Chew: However, I Will be Getting Excited to go along with my Spring Training Schedule because we are getting ready to run a Short Track Race later this weekend.
Jessenia: But I Can't Tell What Happens but well it will be calling for Rain later in Wednesday and there's a Flood Warning.
Serena C.: What
Jessenia: Affecting, Sacramento County?
Serena C.: Possibly
Jessenia: Okay, I'll Take That.
Steve Schill: Yes, We Have the Rain, but more impressively, the wind, That rain's going to be coming in sideways just take a look at how the wind increases as we progress throughout the day. So this afternoon we're talking about 50 mile per hour gusts as possible
Lea Dialio: Sorry, For Crashing, Radiology doesn't have a TV
Shaun Murphy: You Like The San Jose News Channel
Lea Dilalio: I Find It Soothing, Would you like to Join Me?
Steve (on TV): And we have more intense rainfall coming through and that's going to also lead to some flood potential. All of us are going to get into the action, You got the Mountains
Lea Dilailo: Would you mind If I lowered the volume by four output levels?
Shaun Murphy: Oh, That would be perfect
Steve (on TV): All the areas around here in Northern California, Modesto, Stockton, Sacramento
Lea: I find the reflection on the screen so distracting.
Shaun: So Do I
Lea: Could I...do this?
WHEN THE NEXT DAY COMES THE BELL HAS RUNG
Katie Thurston: Attention Members, We Had an announcement it will be a Big Storm Coming so there will be no program today at Santa Teresa High we will all stay here in be safe from Inclement Weather
Michelle: Okay, I Think I Got That but Bri didn't want to know why It will Rain.
Abigail: However I will not tell you It's Still Raining Now but anyhow with Today's Practice before Spring Training might be cancelled.
Michelle: Oh No
Abigail: Looks Like we could solve our problems for this.
Michelle: But Apparently we can do that.
MEANWHILE IN THE AFTERNOON
Rachael Kirkconnell: I Can't Believe we Delivered Pizza for This
Jay Jianoran: Oh My Gosh we got the Soda because we got it for lunch because It's really raining outside because the wind speed is about 33 Miles that were watching on The Weather Channel, Now.
Rachael: Appearently, I Will Agree On It.
Jade Aganus: Hey, Jay
Jay: What Jade, As you know we are in San Jose, But to a Big Rainstorm we will stay home in San Jose until tomorrow do you already packed your clothes?
Jade: Apparently we think we got that.
Jay: Of Course we are see San Jose just picked up 35 Miles
Bri: I Didn't Now if we can get 35 Miles for Sure
Serena C.: I Think we will deal with it, because it's still raining.