When team manager Robert Lewis hit a game-ending 3-point basket for his school on Senior Night, fans from both sides went wild.

Robert, who has Down syndrome, got to suit up and play for the team he had managed throughout high school.

With five seconds left in the game a player passed the ball to Robert who sank the shot, as cheers filled the auditorium.

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Watch students rush the basketball court of Franklin Road Academy to congratulate Robert and hoist him into the air in a champion’s embrace.

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