Victory Day puts the spotlight on those with special needs

Those with special needs will get to experience the thrill of victory tomorrow night during Port Huron High School’s fourth annual Victory Day. Cognitively impaired individuals between the ages of 5 and 26 will be able to run across the field and score a touchdown at Memorial stadium along with all the fanfare that comes with it. Port Huron High School football Coach Ryan Mullins tells WPHM each participant is partnered with a Port Huron High School football player or cheerleader who serve as their mentor throughout the event. Victory takes place Friday 6pm at Memorial Stadium in Port Huron.