Youngest is in a soccer class. It's not a league, it's a class for other 5 year olds to learn the techniques of how to play, and then they do some scrimmaging right before the end. The kids all look forward to this, and really get into it when they score a goal.
The place where Youngest goes to soccer is a big warehouse with inflatable dividers to divy up the 'fields.' One of the dividers on Youngest's field is next to a small bump-out on the wall (there is equipment on that section of wall, and they boxed it in with drywall to keep the kids from getting into it). It's in the corner of the field, and there is a tiny hiding spot between it and the divider.
Well, every day when we get to soccer, Youngest and another kid always go to hide in that spot, and then they try to scare the coaches when it's time for class to start. The coaches always pretend to be scared, and everyone is laughing and happy.
The other day, Youngest was in the middle of a scrimmage game, and he kept running back to that hiding spot. The coaches kept calling him back to the game, and he kept going back to the hiding spot. So, when it was time for a water break I asked him why he kept going to the corner instead of playing soccer.
Youngest: "Because it's a secret hiding spot!"
Me: "But why are you hiding instead of playing soccer?"
Youngest: "Because when the ball comes near the secret hiding spot, I can jump out and steal the ball, and then score a goal. It's a good sneak attack, Mommy!"
I laughed and hugged him, and told him he should just play soccer for now and try the sneak attack another day. He looked disappointed, but finished the scrimmage game without any more 'hiding.' :)