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Local Boy Meets Dallas Cowboys Thanks To Make-A-Wish

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Christopher with the Game Ball Christopher with the Game Ball
Christopher with DeMarcus Ware Christopher with DeMarcus Ware
Christopher with his family at the game Christopher with his family at the game
Christopher with the NFL refs Christopher with the NFL refs
Christopher with brother, Alexander on the field Christopher with brother, Alexander on the field

As many spent the weekend watching their favorite football team play on TV, one Valley boy got to see the action up close and personal.

10-year-old Christopher Cazares is a huge Dallas Cowboys fan, and this weekend, the Central California Make-A-Wish Foundation helped make his wish come true by sending him to Texas to watch his favorite team take on the St. Louis Rams.

Christopher also got to meet his favorite Cowboy player, defensive end DeMarcus Ware.

Christopher was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia and undergoes weekly chemo treatments.

His family also got to go with him on this great trip and to top it off; the Cowboys beat the Rams 31-7.

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