Boy with Down Syndrome Wins Basketball Game for his High School

Feb 11, 2016 at 5:45 pm |
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He’ll remember this night forever

Robert Lewis is the manager of Franklin Road Academy’s basketball team, but during their senior night game, he became a hero. The 19-year-old has Down Syndrome and has managed the academy’s soccer, football and basketball teams throughout his high school career.

On game night, the coach called Robert up to play. The score was tied at 64-64 when the ball was thrown to him at the 3-point line. Thinking fast, Robert made the winning shot with no time on the clock for the opponents to score.

Boy with Down Syndrome Wins Basketball Game for his High School

Source: YouTube/Jeffrey Malkofsky-Berger

Witness his amazing moment

There wasn’t a dry eye in the room. Watch now!

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