Sipsey Valley Student Scores Amazing, Special Touchdown (Tuscaloosa & Buhl, AL)

21 Oct 2016 Staff

Sipsey Valley Middle School student Paul Frazer doesn’t let having autism ever stop him from doing anything, including expressing his school pride. Earlier this week, Frazer, who serves as Sipsey Valley’s mascot, took to the field during a game against American Christian Academy in Tuscaloosa.

Frazer scored his first touchdown on Tuesday night, Oct. 19, running down the field with help from all the players – as the cheerleaders chanted “Let’s Go Paul!,” urging him on.

“Touchdownnnnnnnnnnnnnn Sipsey Valley!”

Frazer's mom posted the video shortly after the big event. She wants to raise more awareness for autism.


Congratulations on the TD, Paul Frazer! You are amazing!

And a very special "thanks" to Coach Kenny Crowe for letting us know about this incredible story - and to Derek Osborn for the technical help!

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