of a student from another high school? This is the case with the protagonist, Jimmy. A private school tries to recruit him but treat him like crap. Soon, Jimmy decides to go to their rival school (Punahou), further fueling the animosity of the school he spurned. Jimmy's statement that the school who tried to recruit him (San Pedro) infuriates San Pedro football players prompts them to take action against Jimmy. These San Pedro athletes also hate Jimmy's ability to interact with pretty girls, believing that he shouldn't have the ability to do so. When they learn Jimmy is in a relationship with a girl who spurned him, they plot to ruin that relationship, succeeding. Jimmy threatens to expose San Pedro's recruitment of him (which would ruin San Pedro's reputation as they keep stating they don't recruit) but runs into blackmail from San Pedro kids. Soon, they find that Jimmy is in a relationship with another attractive lady and ruin that relationship as well. The beef cools after that since one San Pedro student almost tells the school that they've been harassing Jimmy's female friends. But when Jimmy taunts them in a basketball game he's part of, it sparks the battle. Further fueling the battle is Jimmy's role in ruining the plans of the San Pedro boys to stalk girls at a party. When Jimmy keeps them from stalking girls and threatening to report them, the beef intensifies. Yet, these are the kind of people who would blackmail Jimmy to hide that information. Would there be any motive for the San Pedro kids to keep battling Jimmy? And what are ways that the feud could keep going? What would inspire them to keep Jimmy at Punahou instead of getting him expelled? Remember, they hate Jimmy and they hate that Punahou was able to accept him and have him play for them. If they hate Punahou so much, they'd try and kick him out. Would making their attempts to kick Jimmy out of Punahou backfire be a good idea to keep the story going? If you need me to be more coherent, just ask.