One-Handed HS Football Player Breaks His School’s Record For Recieving—The Good News
This is an incredible story. I can't help but wonder how many of us have ever listened to the people who are always telling us what we can't do. Thank the Lord we have people in this world who remind us not to ever listen to naysayers. Kris Silbaugh, a high school senior in Cambridge Springs, Pennsylvania, is one of those people.
Kris was born with only one hand and had the guts to try out for his high school football team. Now this may not be completely unheard of, but Kris wanted to be a wide receiver. Heck, there are kids out there who have two hands and can't play that position. Kris made the team.
I'm not going to lie, Kris is loaded in talent and physical abilities in every other aspect of being a good wide receiver. Kris is 6-foot-3 and runs a 40-yard dash in 4.4 seconds. Those are great stats for an NFL receiver.
The really amazing thing is that not only did he make the team and start as a wide receiver, but now he has broke his school's record for receiving and is still inspiring people every week.
Well done Kris!