Team Does Something Incredible For Special Needs Teammate And The Crowd Goes Wild
December 7, 2013
It was a very special day for Noah VanVooren, a senior at Little Chute High School in Wisconsin. VanVooren has Down Syndrome, and for the first time ever, he suited up in pads and a helmet.
His teammates, with help from the opposing team, organized a play for VanVooren to score his first ever touchdown in a real game. The crowd went wild.
"To back him up and love him the way they do is breathtaking," Noah's father said after the game. "You can't put it in words. You really can't."
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