This is the kind of story they make movies about.
A Lancaster, Ohio, teenager who suffers from muscular dystrophy and has been in a wheelchair for the past decade has lived out his dream. Trent Graze not only suited up in his high school football team's uniform for the first time, he got into the end zone.
Graze, a senior at Fairfield Union High School, has loved football his entire life. He's been around the varsity football program at practice every day, helping coach Tom McCurdy, doing as much as he possibly can to help the team succeed. He's such a big part of the football program that he was elected team captain this year.
Then, in the team's last game of the season, Graze heard his number called.
After the Falcons had lost to Teays Valley, both teams came back onto the field for one last play. Glaze broke the huddle in his wheelchair and from his running back slot, he ran a sweep play around the left tackle for a touchdown.
"I still get butterflies thinking about it," Glaze told WBNS10TV.com
Coach McCurdy said watching the touchdown was one of the greatest moments of his 33 years in football.
Trent hopes to coach someday and is so popular at his school, he was recently selected its homecoming king.
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