8th grade football team worked to make one of its players feel extra special

Players at an Ohio middle school help team's manager with spina bifida score touchdown.
1:06 | 10/11/19

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He's part of the team he's one of our players love the fact that the team has made him a party today. You know that he can't walk and regulate they ill he is wheeled. But demanded a poll found that can get to run the football in the game. And death or touchdown. Like the whole team came together in a practice and is playing. And really want to get that touchdown we're gonna run one of our normal running plays we're gonna hand ball off to him and one of the kids kind of stick when there. Guard and her good friend so he's gonna put him down the field as they take them into the attempts actually help. Shop played at another delay. And that's my adult life. Is my profound and analyzing Dennis home. The other watered other equipment for earth and these and every game home and away and supports the players so they really put this to support him. A good eight. Yeah. Pull your us.

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