It seems like we get bombarded with stories about spoiled, privileged teenagers making bad choices and exhibiting embarrassing and despicable behavior.
Of course, they all aren't like that.
So here's a nice story to underscore that last point, and maybe lift your spirits a bit...
A high school wrestling star gave up a shot at going undefeated this year, but some people think he had the perfect season.Norton High School co-captain Devin Schuko had a 27-0 record when he faced off against Andy Howland, a wrestler at neighboring Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School in Massachusetts, who has Down syndrome.
The match went quickly, with Howland forcing Schuko to the mat and pinning him for the win. They shook hands and Schuko went back to his bench, while Howland celebrated with his coaches and teammates.
Schuko, the top-ranked Division III wrestler in his weight class, gave Andy all the credit in an interview with CNN affiliate WBZ in Boston.
"We locked up and he was a tough kid," Schuko said. "He just snapped me down and put in a front headlock and bulldogged me over to my back."
He says the experience has been humbling.
"It's pretty cool that all this attention has been drawn for a simple act of kindness."
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