ALBANY, LA- A longtime Louisiana Middle School football coach saved his best playcall for his final game Thursday night.
Bobby Hill, the head coach of Albany Middle's football team had a few twists for Thursday's game in what would be his final game in 35 years.
His first big decision was naming Kyle Stewart, bound to a motorized wheelchair, team captain.
Stewart, an 8th grader is the Hornets' biggest fan, having only missed one or two games in three years.
With Stewart on the sidelines and the game tied in overtime, Hill made his second big call.
Let Stewart take the ball in for the winning score.
Next year, Kyle already has plans to be on the sideline during high school games- saying he may take a crack at baseball as well.