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Mattituck High School's Joe Tardif rounds the bases

Brothers Joe and John Tardif: Along with their family, a winning team

Twins John and Joe Tardif were born prematurely and their parents were not sure they would survive. Now, 18 years later, Joe is an accomplished athlete who is a star player in baseball, soccer and basketball at Mattituck Junior-Senior High School. John has cerebral palsy, uses a wheelchair and cannot speak, but he is Joe's biggest fan and never misses a game. In April 2016, the twins and their family talked about their special bond, their relationship with each other and the community, and about what the future holds. (Credit: Newsday / Thomas A. Ferrara / John Paraskevas)

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