There is nothing more heartwarming than watching people support one another. If there's one thing that always makes us emotional, it's when young people come together to boost each other up. Recently, a video emerged that really hit us in the feels. The video of a B.C. student with down syndrome scoring a three-pointer is a remarkable show of athleticism from a high school student. But beyond the epic basket, the legendary reaction from all the other students is indescribably special.\nHigh school isn't always easy, and everyone can benefit from a little support from their peers. The immense support in this video is exactly why it's so emotional to watch.\nThe video came from Port Moody, B.C., where the Heritage Woods Secondary basketball team, called the Kodiaks, were playing a game. The stands were full of fans, and people can even be seen watching through windows above the court.\nWhen the ball is passed to Reid Demelo, a grade 12 student with Down syndrome, he quickly squares up at the three-point line and makes the shot.\nHis team, the other team, and students from the stands spill out around him, screaming and jumping in celebration. The group forms a giant group hug, jumping up and down around Reid.\nView this post on Instagram Feel good story of the day: grade 12 student Reid Demelo who has down syndrome, sunk this 3 pointer from DEEP after winning a school award for attitude and spirit. Amazing to see the schools reaction for this fine young man! A post shared by Barstool Vancouver (@barstoolvan) on Nov 29, 2019 at 9:28am PST\n3-pointer by student w/down syndrome redefines “determination”! 📷@houseofhighlights/IG@sd43bc @PortMoodyPD @KitsilanoSS @Tclerkson @CityofPOMo @SpecialNeedsLA @PortMoodyFR @MomsTEAM#MondayMotivation #sportsmanship #WeAreKodiaks #WontStop #KSNN #ItBeginsHere #success pic.twitter.com/KrElrQJcT7— KSNN (@OfficialKSNN) December 2, 2019\nThe video immediately gained traction, getting over 6,000 likes on Instagram. Noticing that the video had gone viral, the school's principal, Todd Clerkson, spoke out about the reaction shown in the video.\n"Reid’s story is getting an incredible amount of attention and Down’s Syndrom is obviously key to the story, but I have to say that isn’t the reason the kids were so pumped for him; it is because they love him for who he is! Period. #WeAreKodiaks" he wrote.\nReid’s story is getting an incredible amount of attention and Down’s Syndrom is obviously key to the story, but I have to say that isn’t the reason the kids were so pumped for him; it is because they love him for who he is! Period. #WeAreKodiaks— Todd Clerkson (@TClerkson) December 1, 2019\nAs Clerkson put it, the video is special because of the overwhelming positivity and support these high school students demonstrate. Not just for their own team, either. Everyone got involved in the celebration and that's exactly what team sports are all about.\nWith news such as racist allegations and brawls coming out of the sports world lately, this is the exact sort of content the world needs.\nThe shot, the reaction, and the school spirit are enough to bring a tear to our eye.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.