On Wednesday's Tell Me Something Good segment on the Bobby Bones Show, the crew talked about a special high school football game in Missoula, Montana.

Tristin Edwards brought an unforgettable moment for all coaches, players, and fans in attendance of their football game.

The team Billings Skyview was trailing Missoula Sentinel 45-0 early in the 4th quarter, but that didn't stop either team from allowing something special to happen. Edwards is a senior with arthrogryposis multiplex congenita, a condition that causes his joints to improperly contract and expand.

Skyview put Edwards in the game and both teams allowed Edwards to run down the turf at Missoula Country Stadium. Not only was he cheered on by his Skyview teammates and coaches, but by Sentinel's as well.

After Edwards reached the end zone, Edwards was lifted by his teammates and everyone celebrated. The Skyview players even went further by going up to Sentinel players thanking them for their kind deed in allowing the moment to happen.

Thankfully for everyone else, the awesome moment was captured on video and posted online.

Source: Bobby Bones Show

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