At the end of the first quarter of Centralia High School’s basketball game, the class of 2016 graduate and US Army infantryman Taylor Burton gave his brother, Skylar, an astonishing surprise. Unable to make to Skylar’s graduation, Taylor came home to show his little brother how much he cares by showing up for Senior Night. Nearly falling to his knees, Skylar was overwhelmed to see his brother for the first time in over six months
Soldier’s Senior Night surprise sends his brother to his knees
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