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High school basketball player passes ball to mentally challenged player on the other team
Good to see that in todays strange world, some kids are still raised with great morals.
That's awesome....thanks man
Goal in life is to make the Huskers Illustrated Hall Of Fame
Great find... sportsmanship is so important and seems to be dying away....maybe there is hope for the next generation
saw this today... amazing stuff. Cool of that kid.
Thanks STOOBIE for sharing this. WOW......Words just can't express how special that play was.
Wow, now that is a heart warming story. That's a kid who was raised the right way..
That truly brought a tear to my eye. Thank you so much for sharing this. I can only echo what so many of you said, that's just a fantastic example of sportsmanship. Here's another that I'm sure many of you have seen.
The footage was taken by Sue Wallin, a parent at the game. Sara Tucholsky of Western Oregon is up to bat against Central Washington. The video picks up as Tucholsky hits her first ever - in her life - home run. Just past 1st base, she tears a ligament in her knee and is unable to run any further. The umpires state that if her teammates or coaches assist her she will be declared out and if a pinch runner is substitued for her, her homer will be declared a single. Hearing this, Central Washington's Mallory Holtman and Liz Wallace offer to carry her around the bases. Thus ends Tucholsky's softball season and career.
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