An Idaho youth football team proved they are champions on and off the field.

Incredible video shows the 13-and-under Boise Black Knights working together to rescue a pair of car crash victims just hours after the team won the Bay Area Spring Football League (BASFL) Tournament of Champions in San Jose.

As the team was driving back to Boise on Wednesday evening, they came across a vehicle that had rolled over on a highway near the Oregon border, trapping a man and a woman inside.

The boys worked together to free the man and then lift the car so the woman could be pulled to safety.


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"We had to stop and become heroes. It was just a little adversity. ... It's almost an unreal story," head coach Rudy Jackson said.

"I'm more than proud. I'm at a loss for words," Jackson added. "They got out of the car like they were supposed to do that. ... it's a great bunch of kids."

Watch some of the incredible footage above.


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