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Heart-warming moment 8-year-old boy with Sina Bifida scores touchdown while in a wheelchair

Heartwarming moment an 8-year-old boy with Spina Bifida scores a touchdown in his wheelchair with help from both teams

  • A video shows when 8-year-old Karter Gardshire, who cannot walk because he suffers from Spina Bifida, scores a touch down in his Kansas hometown
  • Little Karter gets help from players on his hometown team from Clearwater, and kids playing on the opposing squad from Newton, to score a touchdown
  • The winning play in a championship game for first- and second-graders has the crowd cheering when he crosses the goal line during the November 2 skirmish
  • His mom Chelsea, 30, watches from the sidelines and says Karter cannot stop talking about his winning moment for days

An 8-year-old boy, who is wheelchair bound, scored a touchdown in a championship game for first- and second-graders in his Kansas hometown.

Karter Gardenhire, who cannot walk because he suffers from Spina Bifida, had help from players on his hometown team from Clearwater, and from kids on the opposing squad from nearby Newton in the November 2 skirmish.

A video of the proud moment shows little Karter as he entered the field with a fellow teammate pushing his wheelchair from behind.

 

Karter Gardenhire, who cannot walk because he suffers from Spina Bifida, scored a touchdown in a championship game for first- and second-graders in his Kansas hometown

Little Karter, had help from players on his hometown team from Clearwater and from kids on the opposing squad from nearby Newton in the November 2 skirmish

Little Karter, had help from players on his hometown team from Clearwater and from kids on the opposing squad from nearby Newton in the November 2 skirmish

A video of the proud moment shows little Karter as he entered the field with a fellow teammate pushing his wheelchair from behind. The ball is snapped and is handed the ball, charging through the line. Karter is seen crossing into Newton's end zone, scoring a touchdown

A video of the proud moment shows little Karter as he entered the field with a fellow teammate pushing his wheelchair from behind. The ball is snapped and is handed the ball, charging through the line. Karter is seen crossing into Newton’s end zone, scoring a touchdown

The ball is snapped and is handed the ball, charging through the line. 

Karter is seen crossing into Newton’s end zone, scoring a touchdown.

The crowd cheers as Karter’s tearful mom, Chelsea, 30, watches from the sidelines.

She says afterwards that Karter couldn’t stop talking about the amazing play for days. 

She adds that the family had no idea both teams would help Karter become the star of the game. 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk



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