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Video: Montana High School Wrestler Loses on Purpose, Lets Special Needs Opponent Win

| by Alex Groberman

Clancy Ludvigson, a young high school wrestler out of Cascade (Mont.) High, might have recently come through with the most unselfish act we’ve seen so far this year in sports. In an effort to give Troy Spurlock -- a senior wrestler with special needs whose only prior varsity win came via forfeit -- his first legitimate victory, Ludvigson asked to wrestle him and then purposely lost the match. And if that wasn’t enough, he did the good deed on his opponent’s Senior Night.

Here is the full breakdown of what happened, via KRTV (via Yahoo! Sports):

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