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[Image via Splash News.]
Get your tissues out people, because this is a tearjerker!!
Noah VanVoreen is a senior at Little Chute High School in Clintonville, Wisconsin, and although he has down syndrome his love for football is unmatched by any of his classmates!
As the team manager and water boy for the Mustangs, he always showed his support for the team from the sidelines, but he had no idea that his football team had something up their sleeve to show him just how much they appreciated his hard work!
With the Mustangs winning 62-0, coach Brian Ryczkowski called a timeout with 1.2 seconds left in the game and put Noah in for one last play!
With a little help from his teammates, he ran the ball 35 yards for his very first touchdown to cap off the huge win, and needless to say, there wasn't a dry eye in the house!
Ch-ch-check out the inspiring moment (above)!
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