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8 Responses to “Cortland Hale – Autism & Football”
  1. JohnFordDanceTroupe says:

    I went to Annistown Elementary with this guy.

  2. misschrome says:

    Cortland you are an inspiration to all of us. Good luck on your future football career!

  3. 805Bruin says:

    Nice story. Hope he gets to continue playing at the next level.

  4. vttbi says:

    Excellent.

  5. WeAreUofL says:

    He looks completely normal. It’s amazing what this kid has accomplished.

  6. sawilson005 says:

    What an incredible story. Cortland, you are truly an inspiration. Your parents have every right to be very proud of you and be singing your praises throughout. Really shows what caring, loving and guiding parents can do. Would love to see you get a ride through a college of your choice. Any college team would be lucky to have you. Would love to see you wearing orange and white in the near future. God Bless…

  7. gr8flone says:

    Courtland We are very very proud of your accomplishments both on and off the field!

  8. Kathy says:

    My 12 year old with autism wants to play football. He is 5′ 9″, 230 lb., and extremely strong. I’m so glad to see this video and have the encouragement to let him play in junior high. Thank you, Courtland!

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