This is the touching moment in which a child from Georgia with cerebral palsy achieves his dream of scoring a touchdown.
The crowd clapped when Hayes Hutto, 10, ran into the end zone in his wheelchair surrounded by his teammates on Saturday.
Hayes' mother, Jodi Hutto, of Commerce, posted the epic touchdown on Facebook, where the sweet video has gone viral with 6,7000 hits.
Georgia boy Hayes Hutto, 10, who has cerebral palsy, achieved his dream of scoring a touchdown on Saturday when he was invited to join his school's soccer game.
The opposing team was seen falling behind their wheelchair while descending 65 yards down the field to the end zone for an epic touchdown
The players crowded around Hutto after securing the ball at the Commerce Middle School football game against Jefferson Middle School on Saturday.
Hayes's mother shared a video of the touchdown on Facebook, where it has gone viral with more than 6,000 visits
Hayes was diagnosed with cerebral palsy when he was only 18 months old, according to WSBTV.
Hayes is also a massive soccer fan who applauds for Clemson University and the Falcons.
On Saturday he attended the long-awaited game between Commerce Middle School, where he attends fifth grade, and Jefferson Middle School.
He was surprised to get the Commerce team out of the tunnel at the start of the game and was even more surprised when he was invited to the field at the end.
Winner! Hayes, in the picture on the right, saw the game from the sidelines and was surprised when the players invited him to join a play and gave him a Commerce football shirt.
Part of the squad! As he ran across the field, the crowd chanted his name shouting & # 39; Hutt-o! Hutt-o & # 39;
His family says that after the game on Saturday he has not released the soccer ball that he took home as a souvenir. Hayes in the photo above in a 10K race
Hayes is also a great soccer fan who applauds Clemson University and the Falcons, and was very happy with the possibility of joining his school's soccer team. Hayes represented with his mother Jodi
After the game was over, the teams lined up on the 35-yard line for one final play and invited Hayes to join, according to AJC.com.
Then, the quarterback threw the ball to Hayes, who came down the field traveling 65 yards to the end zone where he nailed the ball.
Following the example of the announcer and the Director of Recipes of Commerce, Ricky Woodruff, the crowd sang his last name repeating & # 39; Hutt-o! Hutt-o! & # 39; how he made the play.
And Hayes could not be happier with his surprise moment of stardom.
"We did not expect anything to happen except to be on the sidelines with the team, the coach said he was going to try to put it on," said his father Jon Hutto.
The team not only invited him to participate in the game, he was also presented with his own shirt.
"It's great that both schools are great rivals, but they could put that aside yesterday, both grandstands were shouting and cheering," said Hutto.
"That ball has not gone away since he got home," he added.
Hayes' mother works at Commerce Middle School and her dad teaches at Jefferson Middle School.