High school wrestler with cerebral palsy and autism has made his dream come true when he gets on the ground and wins against his good-hearted teammate
- A high school wrestler in Pennsylvania became the pinnacle of sportsmanship
- Heart-warming video shows Dillon Keane in a match against Jacob Meister
- Jacob, who suffers from a physical handicap, won the wrestling match
- The match took place at Bradford Area High School last Thursday evening
Jessa Schroeder for Dailymail.com
A high school wrestler in Pennsylvania became the pinnacle of sportsmanship after he hit the ground to compete in a game against a younger teenager with physical disabilities.
Heart-warming video of the game against Jacob Meister and Dillon Keane at Bradford Area High School was shared last Thursday by student Brooke McGriff.
McGriff wrote in the viral videopost: "Jake, a member of the wrestling team of my old high school suffers from a physical disability.
"Tonight, my friend offered to have a wrestling match with him, making his dream come true … great to see the joy he brought to his family and the community."
A high school wrestler in Pennsylvania became the pinnacle of sportsmanship last Thursday
Dillon Keane took the floor for a game against Jacob Meister at Bradford Area High School. Jacob, who suffers from a physical handicap, won the competition
She added: & # 39; My heart is so full. & # 39;
Jacob is beaming with joy after winning the match against Dillon while the crowd cheers and applauds from the stands.
Dillon then shakes Jacobs hand after the game before escorting him off the floor.
The sweet video received more than 20,000 likes and 3,500 retweets from Monday night.
The video received more than 20,000 likes and 3,500 retweets from the end of Monday
Dillon sees Jacob's hand shaking after the game
Jacob jets with joy after winning the match against Dillon as the crowd cheers
Dillon Keane is shown with his girlfriend, Brooke McGriff, on this Twitter photo