“That should do it.” Sam moved his hand away from the tripline, trying not to breathe too hard.
“Think she’ll fall for it?” Tim asked, glancing around.
“She should. She rarely looks where she’s walking. Besides, she’s a girl.”
With their trap set, they stood and turned as a hooded figure jumped out of the bushes.
Both boys screamed, turned to run, and collided. Tim stepped on the tripline, sending them both sprawling on the ground as a bucket of water emptied on them from its perch.
Laughing, Susan pulled her hood back. “Guess I’m two up, eh, boys.”