PITTSFIELD-- Nick Hubel has two goals for this football season at Maine Central Institute (MCI).
He reached one of those goals on Monday afternoon, when he threw a touchdown pass in a junior varsity game against Dexter.
Hubel is a sophomore at MCI who has a passion for football.
Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers are two of his favorites.
Another one of his favorite quarterbacks is Greg Vigue.
Vigue is his classmate and the quarterback on the high powered MCI varsity football team.
Hubel gave a call to his teammate after throwing his touchdown pass on Monday.
When Hubel's mother Kimberly Thayer Mayhew came out of the store, Hubel told her that he called Vigue.
Hubel told his mother that he told Vigue, "I did his plays and did his moves."
MCI coaches Eric Day and Lincoln Robinson helped organize the Hubel touchdown pass.
The community of Pittsfield remembers when Hubel was using a walker to get around.
He now has a walking stick that he rarely needs to use.
His other goal for the 2013 football season is to win a state championship.
Huskies coach Tom Bertrand took Hubel to Fitzpatrick stadium in Portland for state championship Saturday last November.
Hubel told Bertrand while at the games that he wanted the gold ball.
That dream seemed far fetched since the Huskies were coming off an 0-8 season.
Just a year later, the Huskies are going into the class D playoffs with a 7-1 record and as the number two seed.
"He thinks we are going to the states," Mayhew said. "He (Hubel) says, 'Mom we are going all the way. We are in the zone."
Mayhew credits Hubel's teammates, coaches, and the community for being so supportive to Nick.
Hubel is also a junior firefighter on the Pittsfield fire department.
The Huskies open the playoffs on November 8th.