Is there anything better than kids stepping up?
We think not.
Over in Kenosha, Wisconsin, Miles Rodriguez, Scooter Terrien and Chase Vazquez were in the middle of a basketball game when they, noticed a commotion on the sideline.
They realized one of their team’s cheerleaders, Desiree Andrews, was being picked on. Desiree has Down syndrome.
Upon realizing what was happening, the three players walked off the court and confronted the bullies, getting them to stop.
Good stuff, kids. Really good stuff.
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- Raymond S. Kellis sophomore Chase Weaver balances leadership roles in sports, church
- Westwood's Brianna Anderson makes big differences with little actions
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- Arcadia High School's Grant Loftin leads in lacrosse and beyond
- Williams Field High School junior Lindsay O'Driscoll finds time to help others
- Scottsdale Christian's Christina Clark has dreams, reality of helping others
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