This story from Vandegrift high school in Texas, reminds us what high school football is all about. The team’s manager Tommy Hartman, who has autism, scored a 49 yard touchdown during Friday’s senior night game.
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Tommy Hartman, a Vandegrift team manager with autism, scored a 49 yard touchdown (and added a great celebration) on senior night.
— Jeff Jones (@JeffJonesSports) November 14, 2020
In a post game interview, Tommy thanked his parents, his teammates and the Detroit Lions. The stadium was filled with signs and cheers supporting Tommy.
All class from the opposing Hutto Hippos as they celebrated with Tommy and the rest of the Vandegrift team after the touchdown.
Stories like these just simply never get old.
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