Texas middle schooler with disability makes touchdown
Jose Cardoso is one of the biggest supporters of his Mesquite, Texas, middle school’s football team, and when the honorary player attended a recent game he got the surprise of his life when he was given a chance to get on the field.
Cardoso, who is in seventh grade, uses a wheelchair and cheers for his team at every practice and game, Fox 4 reported. On Monday, his coaches and AC New Middle School Knights teammates— with the blessing of the opposing team— planned for him the score the winning touchdown of the last home game of the season. Jose’s twin brother, Angel, wheeled him 60 yards for... read more
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