Updated:MYRTLE BEACH, S.C.,None - One South Carolina high school football team exhibited one of the best displays of sportsmanship recently that you will ever see.
The Myrtle Beach Seahawks were leading Hilton Head 64-10 late in the fourth quarter with just a few seconds on the clock. On Hilton Head's roster is a young man with Down's Syndrome by the name of Chip Mullen.
With the game well in hand, Myrtle Beach Head Coach Mickey Wilson gave a signal to the Hilton Head sideline that it was time to allow Mullen the chance to score.
On the final play of the game, Mullen, a senior, scored on a 75-yard touchdown run on the final play of his high school career.
Myrtle Beach joined the Hilton Head players in the end zone to celebrate Mullen's score.
Myrtle Beach is a nationally ranked team, but the team's defining moment might be a play that will be remembered by players and fans forever.
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