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Role in the film
He sits behind Jess in Ms. Myers' fifth grade class and teases him behind his back. During the first day of school, he tilts to Jess and taunts him for wearing pink shoes. When Ms. Myers rebukes them, Scott blames Jess for hitting him, but she, luckily, doesn't believe him.
During recess, Scott and Gary participate in the race. At the scratch-line, Gary stands on Jess' left side while Scott is on his right. When Leslie Burke wants to join in, Scott tells her it is only for boys, but Jess upholds her who is then allowed to run. She eventually beats them all, including Scott.
Scott soon starts make fun of Leslie, too. He laughs loudly when she mistakenly drops her bag, causing all her things to fall out. He also taunts her because her parents don't have a TV at home. Since she and Jess become friends, Scott and Gary decide to wait for them in front of the school, but have no chance to bully them, as they enter the building alongside their music teacher, Miss Edmunds.
After Leslie's death, Scott and Gary bully Jess even worse. In class, Scott taunts him about it by jokingly calling him the fastest kid in the class now, leading him to turn and punch Scott in the face, making him surprised. He later appears with Gary where the latter pushes Jess to the floor, implying that they haven't shifted their attitudes since Scott got punched by Jess, while a sympathetic Janice Avery watches. Scott makes no further appearances in the film.