Disabled Teen Wins High-School Wrestling Match

A disabled teenager has achieve his lifetime dream by fighting in a wrestling match in front of his family and friends.

Jake Maister, 17, from Bradford, PA, has won an emotional game against friend and teammate Dillon Keane, 18, by bringing his opponent to the ground and immobilising him with a hold.

Spectators at the Bradford Area High School encouraged Jake in his heroic effort, shouting: “Get him Jake!”, as the two fighters rolled on the floor.

Everyone erupted in cheers as Jake finally secured his hold on Dillon, and even the latter was happy in having his long-time teammate beat him.