The Coach's Daughter

(by Smokehut, 02 January 2007)


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The Coach's Daughter 
By SmokeHut 

When I was playing football in high school, my coach's name was Henry 
Thompson. He was a decent coach. We won more than we lost my junior and 
senior years and made the playoffs once. That was pretty much Coach 
Thompson's speed. He didn't have enough attention to detail to make us 
great, but we could've done worse than had him for a coach. He was a decent 
man and a decent coach. 

The coach had a daughter who was my age. She had very little to do with her 
father, and she seemed to have very little interest in anyone who played 
for him, which seemed to me a shame since she was beautiful. She never 
tried out for cheerleader, and though she made decent grades, she seemed to 
be devoid of much in the way of ambition. She also avoided football 
players. She wouldn't give me the time of day, which wasn't to say she had 
no interest in boys. She hung out with the "wrong crowd." She liked the 
boys who rode motorcycles and wanted to drive stock cars. Half of them 
never even finished high school. I used to wonder how her dad put up with 
it, but there were never any public displays of friction between them. 

I became a bit obsessed with Sherry Thompson. I was kind of a bad boy 
myself. I played football because (1.) I was good at it and (2.) it pleased 
my old man and kept him off my back. I tried my best to endear myself to 
Coach Thompson's daughter. I sat in front of her in classes, but she 
remained distant. I got the distinct impression that she didn't like me, 
but that was just a challenge I had to overcome. I came to love her mainly 
because she didn't even like me. 

Gradually I began to break through her frosty demeanor. In Miss Brewster's 
English class, I got her to laugh a few times. I made a conscious effort to 
make fun of both myself and all the other jocks. Sometimes, under my 
breath, I'd say something like "fuck that" or "what bullshit." I could tell 
she liked it. I even got myself in trouble a few times -- not enough 
trouble to get sent to the principal's office, but enough to be called down 
in class -- and, from monitoring her expressions, I knew she liked that 
shit. She could see I was a little different. 

I wasn't concerned about appearances as much as all the other ass-kissing 
hypocrites who put up with me because I was a free spirit. They thought I 
was cool even thought they didn't quite want to be that cool themselves. 
Most of them were spirits -- not free ones, but spirits nonetheless -- but 
they didn't take it to heart that freedom was "just another word for 
nothing left to lose." They worked harder -- a lot harder -- at putting up 
the right front. On the side, we were all going out drinking after the 
games, and most of us were getting high, if for no other reason because 
marijuana was easier to get than beer. We didn't get "carded" for 
marijuana. We didn't have to find a convenience store in the next town that 
would sell us beer, and even when we found just that kind of convenience 
store -- a convenient one -- we were already in the right neighborhood to 
pick up a dime bag of weed. I didn't hide it near as well. I was smart 
enough to stay out of trouble: at home, at school, among my teammates and 
with the coaches. Shit, they didn't want to know. That edge of reckless 
abandon made me better on the field. I enjoyed knocking the hell out of 
people. An occasional joint just contributed to a "don't give a shit" 
attitude that was functional on the field. I gained way more than I lost 
from getting baked every now and then. It's fucking ridiculous that it's 
illegal. 

One day in class, Sherry reached into her purse to get a pen or something, 
and I saw it, man. She had a pack of cigarettes. Marlboro Lights. I got a 
hard-on, even while I wasn't letting on that I saw the smokes. She knew. 
She had to know. 

I had kind of started smoking, too. Not much. Almost every time, it was 
after I got high. During the summer before my senior year, I had started 
playing guitar in a band. People think marijuana leads to other drugs. It 
certainly didn't in my case. For me, playing guitar led to marijuana, and 
that led to cigarettes, and that's where it ended. I didn't have any 
interest in drugs that turned people into assholes. I liked that mellow 
edge. I liked something that made me funny and irreverent. It removed the 
inhibitions and made me want to hang it all out on the guitar. Stoned I'd 
hit notes I wouldn't try sober, and that was the guitar and voice both. 

I was cool about it, but I started monitoring Sherry. I saw her smoking on 
the school grounds a couple of times, back in the woods beyond the parking 
lot, early in the morning. Or outside the mall after the 9 o'clock show. 
Most of the time, though, she was with one of her lowlife boyfriends. I 
never could find the right moment. Football season was over before I even 
got a chance to try to move in and break all the way through that barrier 
that existed between us. Goddamn, though, I used to wake up in the middle 
of the night, thinking about her. With hard-on. Three o'clock in the 
morning and I'd go jack off in the bathroom. I had it for her bad. I'd 
close my eyes and imagine her smoking. 

So, man, I was desperate. No way I could get up my nerve straight. Too many 
inhibitions. It was shortly after the end of the holiday vacation. I got up 
really early, before my parents even thought about getting up, and blazed 
in the bathroom. Then I filled the bathroom with air freshener and turned 
on the fan. Then I shaved, put on my headphones and listened to some tunes. 
I went back in the bathroom, made sure the smell was gone, took a shower 
and felt fairly straight when I went downstairs and had breakfast with my 
mom. My dad was already gone. I bummed one of Mom's cigarettes. She was 
cool to it. We had coffee and enjoyed a stimulating conversation. Then I 
drove off, rode around in the country for a while and smoked a joint. 
Chewed some gum, let the windows down and froze my ass off the rest of the 
way to school. When I got to school, it was still early, and I was somewhat 
fucked up, which was quite pleasing. I went down in the woods and sat on 
the bank of the little creek that ran through. 

Sure enough, Sherry strolled down, and my timing was perfect. I let her 
catch me smoking a Marlboro Red. 

"Oh, shit," I said. "I'm so fucking busted." 

She knew I was kidding, though. 

"I'll let you slide, Mr. Linebacker," she said. 

"I play end, Miss Coach's Daughter," I replied. "Want one?" 

"Sure. Why the fuck not?" 

Ooh, she cussed. Nice message. 

We sat there, and we talked like we had never talked before. I asked if she 
got high. She said she might. She asked me how I became such a hellraiser. 
I told her it was all the guitar's fault. I told her I let her catch me, 
and that I was stoned as a quarry because there was no way I could've 
pulled it off without a nice, cool buzz. I told her she was going to have 
to help me out in first period but that I could probably make it if I could 
just shut up and manage not to laugh my ass off at everything the dumb-fuck 
teacher said. 

"So," I said, "how did you get to be such a wild child? You got to be 
really good at this shit, or else this would, like, blow up. It can't be 
easy being a football coach's little girl." 

"Well," she said, "it helps when you don't have ballplayers around to make 
him double suspicious. I don't hang out with anybody he cares about." 

"Until me," I said. 

"Until you." 

"But I'm, like, done with football," I said. "I'd say there's an excellent 
chance I'm done with sports. I might shoot some hoop at the Y or something, 
but I ain't playing no more goddamned spring sports. I just want to get 
high and play guitar. Maybe go to college. You know, I'm actually pretty 
fuckin' smart most of the time." 

"You're actually pretty cool," she said, blowing smoke rings and making my 
dick hard. 

"Yeah," I said, "I am." 

And she started laughing like hell, even though, as best I knew, she wasn't 
stoned. 

I was so aroused. I know I was squirming a little. I wanted to fuck her 
right then and there. One thing I didn't have, though, was a rubber. 

"You don't reckon you can get loose after while, do you?" I asked. 

"By after while, do you mean, like, after school?" 

"How about during school. How about if, between the two of us, we think 
long and hard about this, and we figure out some lame-ass excuse to sneak 
away from these fucking grounds at, like, fourth period. Get sick. Tell 
your old man you're going to the doctor. Figure something out ... for God's 
sake." 

"All right," she said, and she was smoldering, too. "My mom teaches at the 
middle school. If we go during school, there won't be anybody at home." 

"Oh, God," I whimpered. 

We went to class together. We each came up with separate excuses to leave. 
She got sick. I faked a letter from my old man, and since I was big fucking 
football hero and all, no one called him. I knew the drill: Act like you 
know what you're doing, and you can get away with murder. Or at least 
fucking the coach's daughter. 

We went to her house. We got high. I fucked her in her dad's office, on the 
couch. I "gave her a gun" with a joint. She sucked my cock with a mouth 
full of Marlboro smoke. We cleaned up and left, leaving quite the aroma of 
Lysol, before her parents got home. Best I know, they never suspected a 
thing. 

The spring of my senior year was the best time of my life. God, she was 
wonderful. She was independent, too, though, and damn her, I think she went 
off to another college just because she was not going to go to the same 
school as me, and that was mainly because I wanted her to. I never 
recovered from that woman, and I'm still single today. I get laid by women 
I meet drunk and fucked up, late at night, in bars, and nothing ever lasts. 
I don't even care about any relationship other than the one that somehow 
slipped away. 

Fifteen years have passed, and goddamn her, I don't even know where Sherry 
is. 

But I'd still like to find her. She's the only one that ever mattered, and 
somehow I managed to let her get away. 

Maybe she'll buy one of my CDs. Everything on it is about her in one way or 
another. 


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