Honesty puts $50,000.00 Prize in Jeopardy

August 15, 2011 9:58 pm 0 comments Views: 74

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An 11-year-old boy who won $50,000 for a miracle hockey shot may lose the prize because he switched with his identical twin before going on the ice.
Nate Smith stunned a crowd in Faribault, Minnesota, Thursday night when he fired a puck 89 feet down the rink into a tiny three-and-a-half-inch goal.
Great to see parents instilling the importance of honesty in their children.

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