need help finding a piece that someone did in a tournament.

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so i was in a tournament, and i saw this girl doing a piece that i'm wanting to do. i'm pretty sure i know the name of the piece, but not the author. I think the pieces name was "if only i had known". it's about a school shooting and it's a dramatic monologue of a housewife who got an alert that her sons school had an active shooter on campus, she went to the school and started searching for her son, she pulled out a picture of him and asked people "have you seen my son? his name is Andrew Simon and he's in the 6th grade". but then she found out that her son was the school shooter, and he went into the gym and shot the boys who had been bullying him, and she didn't know this was happening. I really really want to do this script, but I've tried so hard to find it and it seems almost impossible.

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