A high school football team planned a sweet surprise for their teen manager, creating a moment no one will ever forget.
It was Riverside High School’s annual spring football game, but this would be Ross Jeffeaux’s night.
On May 27 in front of a packed Greenville, South Carolina
crowd, they pitched the ball to Jeffeaux, who has autism, and he carried the ball running 70 yards and scored the game ending touchdown.
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Extremely popular among the players and coaches, the enthusiastic boy was mobbed by his teammates and thrilled by the surprise.
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