During halftime of the Iola High Mustangs game on Tuesday at Osawatomie, the Unified Sports basketball teams of Iola and Osawatomie took to the hardwood.
Special Olympics Unified Sports is an inclusive sports program that combines students with and without intellectual disabilities. Students of different abilities train and compete together as a team.
The two teams played two three-minute halves. Those competing for Iola were Dakota Fry, Ty Johnson, Ian Webber, Coury Sager, Kaden Priddy, Alex Morris, Paige Riley, and Mark McCullough.
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