Three pointer turns student into school hero Three pointer turns student into school heroThe most popular kid in school is reads: a mellow volunteer as a team manager the last week during a tournament, his classmates were chanting for him to be subbed in and when he was a boy did he ever deliver feeling good awesome does went viral, but you See it’s not because he’s internet famous now that everyone knows read like that feeling like is so empowering because he just always there to put a smile on your face, and that smile makes him very popular with the ladies she’s, giving me flowers numerous times for than Asking them back because he needed to give them to his other girlfriend. What sauce goes on and off the court always there to cheer you on like everyday comes in here. If I, if I don’t see, why am I still here right? Like he’s just one of those guys to know you’re handsome today, Disney Community friends and family Reid Demelo, a Port Moody, B.C. student, captured social media’s attention after sinking a three-pointer in a high school basketball game.
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