Oh, say can you see!

The tune of the national anthem filled the stands – and the hearts – of the Iowa crowd at one high school girls’ basketball game, in a video clip that has since gone wildly viral on social media.

On Feb. 1, WHO TV Channel 13 News shared footage and a little backstory on the all-American scene to Facebook, in a clip that has since been viewed over 81,000 times.

“Here’s something that made for a cool start to senior night at North Polk. Due to technical issues, the recording of the national anthem wasn’t able to play before North Polk and Roland-Story tipped off,” reps for the station wrote. “But that didn’t faze anyone in the gym.”

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Though a musical recording of the beloved song failed to start, players, referees and fans supporting both the North Polk and Roland-Story teams joined together for a rousing rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner” that hit all the right notes, before the athletes jumped into action on the court.

So the recording of the national anthem didn’t work at the @npgirlsbb game tonight. So the entire room sang the national anthem and no one missed a single beat. @SoundOFF13

“So the recording of the national anthem didn’t work at the game tonight. So the entire room sang the national anthem and no one missed a single beat,” Sam Lozada, a photojournalist for WHO-HD, divulged of the emotional moment on Twitter.

Source:foxnews

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