Special Needs Basketball Player Hits Final Shot
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With enthusiastic chanting in the background, senior Lainy Fredrickson entered a basketball game for the Norman High School Lady Tigers. Fredrickson, who has special needs, entered the game in the final minutes against her school’s arch-rival, Norman North. Lainy Fredrickson Makes Final Bucket On Senior Night, Lainy checked into a game for the first time […] The post Special Needs Basketball Player Hits Final Shot appeared first on Sports Feel Good Stories.