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HS BBall Kid With Down Syndrome Scores 14 Points on Senior Night (Video)

by Simone Bridges | Posted on Sunday, February 9th, 2014
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Moments like this remind us why sports can be such a beautiful thing.

Kevin Grow, a high school senior with down syndrome has been the team manager of his high school basketball team in Pennsylvania for four years. ¬†Head coach John Mullin called him one of the Owl’s most committed team members, attending all games and practices for the last four years and decided to reward him for his dedication by playing him on senior night.

Grow shocked everybody by scoring 14 points including four three pointers in the last 90 seconds of the game. Check out the video provided by USA Today.

Awesome.

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