Last Friday marked a special touchdown for a high school football player with a rare joint disorder in his last game.
Tristin Edwards, who has arthrogryposis multiplex congenita, ran for an 89-yard touchdown and got cheers from both sidelines the entire way. After scoring, Edwards' teammates came out to the end zone to celebrate with him.
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Edwards, a 5-foot-3, 83-pound senior, scored the first points of the night for Billings Skyview High School against Missoula Sentinel High. It was a first-round playoff game.
Missoula won 45-7.
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Small player with rare condition shows big heart in 89-yard touchdown run