By: Kristin Mazur
NEWVILLE, Pa. -- Haley Wickard and Gage Gsell attend Big Spring High School and say their senior year has been special would be an understatement.
Saying they're in love is even more of an understatement. The two teens both have Down syndrome and say they plan to get married someday.
"It's a wonderful feeling to know that my daughter has somebody out there that is going to love her," Haley's mom Kim said.
The couple has been together since kindergarten, so it's only fitting they'd be together on Friday as they were announced the 2015 Big Spring High School Prom King Queen.
"It's just a good memory for them and I'm very proud," Gage's mom, Kim, said.
Prom night is something Gage, Haley and their families say they won't soon forget.
"This whole weekend has been overwhelming," Kim Wickard said. "A big shout out to the Big Spring Bulldog class of 2015 for nominating Haley and Gage as prom king and queen. You have really made this a special year for them."
And this year is just the beginning. With graduation around the corner, the two are destined to have a special life together.
Haley's goal is to be a cook. Gage would like to be a firefighter if the NFL doesn't call.
This is so awesome and may they have a long nd happy life together.
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