High Schooler With Cerebral Palsy Scores Touchdown At Homecoming Game

High schooler with cerebral palsy scores touchdown at homecoming game

NBC News published this video item, entitled “High Schooler With Cerebral Palsy Scores Touchdown At Homecoming Game” – below is their description.

NBC News’ Maggie Vespa has the story of a Minnesota high school senior with cerebral palsy who suited up with the school’s football team and scored a touchdown at their homecoming game.

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