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Zeeland school district has a basketball league for those with disabilities and late last week one of the players made Sportscenter!

She is known as Jules as plays for Zeelands unified basketball team. Last week almost 3,000 people cheered her on as she made her first basket of the season.

The whole gym was quiet so she could hear the basket

This was amazing ❤️🙏 The crowd went silent so she could hear the hoop! (via zeelandschools/TW | SportsCenter Next, ESPN)

Posted by SportsCenter on Thursday, March 24, 2022

Jules has worked so hard over the years at getting the feel for that shot,” said Nate VandeGutche, a teacher at Zeeland West High School.

The video of her shot racked up more than 2.3 million views by Friday.

It’s the fifth year the district is participating in Special Olympics’ Unified Sports program, according to Zeeland Public Schools.