March Mobility Madness allows disabled to play too
March Madness has more people wanting to take to the court and Dreams in Motion is giving them that chance with a tournament.
March mobility Madness helps players get in the game.
"I really like to be competitive, obviously when I was in high school you weren't allowed to play sports being in a wheel chair so Dreams in Motion is like our Big League. The highest level of athletic ability we can get to in North Dakota. So it's a real honor to play here," said Hunter Berreth, Captain of the Roughriders.
But it isn't just for the disabled. Players of all abilities can take part in the challenge.
"It's actually a lot of fun. It's one of those things that kind of makes you appreciate that you can run around and play basketball. You don't realize how hard this is until you actually go out and do it," said Tony Sarne, Player for the Finger Rollers.
Fourteen teams and almost a hundred players from across Montana, North Dakota, and Minnesota came to play in the event. Including the Campos family from East Grand Forks and their son.
"He is one of his brother's biggest supporters, and to get him from watching on the sidelines and get him participating is wonderful, and it makes me feel great that he can do so," said Jennifer Campos, Mother from East Grand Forks.
This is the second year of the tournament and it has nearly doubled in size since last year. For more information on Dreams in Motion you can go to: dreamsinmotioninc.com