“Thought we finally found a replacement on the volleyball team,” Keighton wrote, “but alas, this young buck apparently had been watching too much of the World Cup and had another sport in mind. Impressive talent nonetheless!”
The deer pawed and pushed at the ball with its nose before taking off and running in a circle or jumping playfully into the air, much like dogs do when playing with large balls.
“This one either came from a farm or maybe lost its mother at a young age and immediately found friendly people to feed it (and play soccer with it!),” Keighton theorized.
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