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6 touchdowns for high school quarterback with one arm

In a high school football game in Iowa last Friday, Washington High School Quarterback Trashaun Willis had an impressive night with 6 touchdowns.

What's more impressive? Trashaun Willis did that with one arm.

He has amniotic band syndrome which caused him to be born with a left arm that only goes to where his elbow would be - something that he has never let stop him.

A senior this year, Willis gained national attention as an 8th grader after a video of him dunking in a middle school basketball game went viral. Now, he's being celebrated for his success on the gridiron.

In interviews Willis is quoted saying that he doesn't consider himself disabled and he's just playing the sports he loves. His ultimate goal is to play either football or basketball at the college level.

What an inspiration.

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