From Project Strikeout: The story starts in Okinawa, in a training camp-- the ace batter of the Lycaons, a notoriously weak professional baseball team with a record of losses, Hiromichi Kojima, is trying to find out just why his team can never make it to the championships. During his training, he discovers the game of One Outs, a gambling derivative of baseball, and the game's champion, Toua Toku More.
[based on chapter one] Lou Jie is a legendary street basketball player. His Uncle, a shady character, desperately wants him to go to the best sports college in China so that one day Lou Jie can play in the NBA. Lou Jie has plans that don't include basketball, however fate may have something else in mind... Note: A couple of chinese sites has up to chapter 7. More.
Tsubasa Nonomiya transfered to a new school because she wanted to be the manager of the boy's basketball team. When asked, she claims to hate basketball. So why did she transfer schools? The answer: Takaya Misaki. Who happens to be on the school's soccer team, not on the basketball team. *From: Baka Updates* More.
From Wikipedia: The story is about Kozue Ayuhara, the new girl who transferred to Fujimi College, who tried out for the school volleyball team. Her friendship with Midori would develop, and her talents would impress coach Honga more and more each day. Though she showcased extraordinary volleyball skills, she would make enemies with Yoshimura, the star of the current team. Kozue would discover t More.
Minori is the manager of her high school's baseball club, which has been defunct up until five years ago. Even now, it's a little rough, since there currently are no seniors in the club at all! None of the second year players know why the club closed so many years ago, or about the baseball history all their fathers share... More.
"You, want to join the track and field club?" Kourin-senpai's words decided the outlook of Fuuko's adolescence. Discovering the joy of running, with Takeo and Kiichi who joined the track and field club together with her, under vigorous training they sweat on the track everyday. Before long, her feelings towards Kourin-senpai's changes from admiration to love... Becoming a sparkling light and runni More.
After establishing contact with extraterrestrial civilizations, it was found that humans were the only race to develop various sports. The number of alien sports fans grew dramatically, and the most fanatic of them regularly harass stadiums for taking part in a game, or demanding a good show, etc. Finally a treaty was settled, ruling all interferences towards other planets' cultures illegal. Rabbi More.
Nine is the number of the best striker in soccer. Given the number 9 in the Megumi High soccer team, Fujiyama Kazuya, is a striker with a parallel belief that a draw in a game has no meaning. To him, if you don't win then there's no sense at playing at all. Despite that kind of mentality, their team has never won a game as of yet. How far forward will the boy who has never been victorious but even More.
A soccer loving boy Takasugi Kazuya dreams of playing soccer with his Japan League star father at the National Yoyogi Stadium. The story follows Kazuya's life as he travels to Argentina, plays for Yamaki, and goes to the 1998 World Cup in France. More.
From Tokyopop: Anya, the new girl at Lucrece High, just isn't fitting in. Her dream is to join one of the school's elite sports teams, but when she tries out, she's instantly rejected! Anya doesn't get mad, though--she gets even. When she meets other "misfits" who've been similarly written off, they form their own soccer team, complete with cool, edgy uniforms. They may not be the most experience More.
Persistent mediocrity hasn't dissuaded Fukutsu Toshi, captain of a lame high school baseball team, from his love of the game. But when the principal, dissatisfied with their winless performances, threatens to take away their playing field, Toshis is forced into action to turn things around with all out efforts. But facing him at every turn is endless adversity. Nothing is ever easy for him, but lu More.
Chinmi, an orphan who lost his parents in a tidal wave, is a promising sumo wrestler. Even though he did very well in the junior championships none of the sumo scouts were interested in signing him because of his body, which is unsuitable for sumo wrestling, and also his weird sumo style. But luck goes his way when a small sumo school owner shows an interest in him and decides to take Chinmi into More.
- Gender bender
- Martial arts
- One shot
- School life
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- Shoujo ai
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