Play It Forward Winner: Homecoming King Crowns Unsuspecting Friend

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Some of our LHSAA/Fox 44 “Play It Forward” winners earn recognition for their sportsmanship on the field, but our December winner garnered attention for what he did during football season off the field.

Terrence Gray, a senior defensive end at Ellender High School, decided his Homecoming King crown should go to one of his fellow students with cerebral palsy.

Gray crowned Tate Billiot simply because, “I just wanted to do something meaninful and special, have him be a king too.”

For more on this incredible story & our LHSAA/Fox 44 Play It Forward Winner for the month of December, click the video provided.

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Each month, FOX 44 and the LHSAA presents the #DoRight4LA award to an athlete, team, or coach to someone who best personifies sportsmanship.