The goal of Project Continuously Helping Uplift Community Kids, better known as Project C.H.U.C.K., is to provide our youth with the resources they need in order to give their best efforts in all they do, both now and in the future. Boys and girls 7-18 years old play a total of 20 basketball games during seven weeks with the ultimate goal of advancing in the playoffs to the championship game on Championship Day. In addition to providing children with something to do, Project C.H.U.C.K. teaches them discipline, self-confidence, team orientation, and the fundamental skills of basketball, all while having a great time!
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Charlie Batch was the first professional athlete to promote the D&R Sportsman Program, which encourages teams, students, families, and friends to participate in pre-game dignity and respect activities intended to set the tone for game day.
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Each week of WPIAL regular season high school football features a game of the week (Panera Bread Bowl Match Up) between two high schools. The Football Boosters and schools from each of the teams participate in a fundraising program in which Panera Bread prepares a "Bagel Batch" (pack of 16 bagels in honor of Charlie Batch) to be sold. A percentage of the sales are donated back to the schools' football boosters and the rest of the proceeds are donated to the Panera Bread & Best of the Batch Foundation Scholar Athlete Award.
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Next Level Athletics Track Club provides quality Track and Field training to inner city youth between the ages of 7 to 18 who are not exposed to the sport due to economic reasons. Next Level emphasizes the importance of maintaining a healthy lifestyle through health and wellness programs for scholar athletes.
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Learn more about Best of the Batch All-WPIAL Football Team