The seconds tick down. The QB calls a 37 Sweep. The ball is snapped. He hands it off. Number 10 rolls to the outside — literally — then into the end zone untouched.
And both sides of the field — athletes, coaches, fans — erupt in celebration.
The play, created by St. Charles’ Haines Middle School Coach Sean Masoncup — with the blessing of the visiting Batavia coaches — allowed Jack McGraw, in a wheelchair for his 13 years of life, to score his first touchdown.
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