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"roll it alongside the gutter alright? Going to cheat. Roll it fast."

Brothers Zach and Josh are separated by a little more than three years and about a foot in height. Yet there's no doubt these two are cut from the same cloth.

 -high five each other-

It was the first time in more than a month they were able to spend time together and the folks at Sahoma Lanes along Highway 97 in Sapulpa, were glad to host us for the morning.

Zach is 16 athletic and very smart.....already working ahead in school where he's now a junior.

 "it was just determination, wanted to get ahead in school."

He needs a good role model who can help him continue to make good decisions and someone who likes sports.

 "I like to play catch a lot outside. Would that be football? Yea. Favorite team? College OU and NFL, Steelers. Steelers? This is Cowboy country! Not with Romo."

Zach also loves to cook and enjoys math. Josh also enjoys math but for different reasons.

 "i'm really wanting to be a video game designer. Your going to need math for that."

Josh is the kind of young man who stays out of trouble and is just as happy playing video games by himself or with his friends. If you can just get him to spend as much time on his homework as his games.

 "you know the ends and outs of how those things work? My mind craft game I make my own texture pads and change into things."

The biggest change for both.......a full time family. Zach says he would like for the two to be adopted together and Josh agrees.

 "more siblings besides just me and Zach, family that likes to play board games, pretty much that."

 IF YOU THINK YOU CAN OFFER ZACH AND JOSH THE FOREVER HOME THEY DESERVE, CALL800-376-9729. YOU CAN ALSO FIND INFORMATION ON OTHER KIDS WE'VE FEATURED ON WAITING CHILD BY GOING TO OUR WEBSITE, KTUL.COM.

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