At 5:30 a.m. Saturday morning, the Greenville High School wrestling team was heading to an all day tournament when they performed an act of kindness.
The team was driving to a tournament in Fenton when they stopped to help a driver who was stuck in the snow.
Parent of a wrestler, Michelle Brown, posted about the moment on Facebook saying, "the goal of HS sports is to learn how to be a better person, better teammate, better communicate and to enjoy being a teenager."
The wrestling team manager, Molly Vanhorn, captured video of the team pushing the car out of the snow:
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