A seventh grader hit the biggest jackpot of his life when he won $10,000 after a flawless shooting challenge at a high school basketball game.
JJ Frank of Minot, ND made a layup, free throw, 3-pointer and half-court jumper in 25 seconds to win the grand prix at Bishop Ryan Catholic School last week.
CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM
Frank had to make the shots and catch the ball himself, and he took down all four in a row.
After making the first three without much effort, he finished and threw a Hail Mary that was nothing more than a net. He was immediately harassed by players and spectators alike.
ST JOHN’S CHEERLEADERS REFUSES TO PERFORM AT AFTER SCHOOL GAME DOES NOT RECOGNIZE THEM ON WOMEN IN SPORTS DAY
«You only get one chance for that, so if you miss, you miss,» he said. Valley News Live.
«I was thinking, ‘I probably won’t make it, but I have to try and hope I get in.'»
A Bishop Ryan player compared Clark to the GOAT.
“Tom Brady just throws it, he signs up. It’s like, ‘No way.’ Everybody bursts onto the court and it was great,» said Ramsey Walz.
Frank knew his chances were slim, but with a little faith, he lived the dream of every child and many adults.
CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP
«That was one in a million, and by the power of God, he went in,» Clark said.
«The first three, I thought he had some basketball talent, but the last shot, really, I think maybe it was more of a gift from God than natural talent,» said his mother, Marie.
Frank is a player for the K-12 school’s high school team. He said the cash will go directly to his college fund.