Open Division

2014 Open2

U19 Division

2014 U19

During June’s monthly event, we had visitors from the Move Along organization. This group focuses on enhancing the abilities of individuals with medically documented limitations through athletics. They provided our players with a unique opportunity to experience what it would be like to play basketball in a wheelchair. We are thankful for the perspective our players gained from this experience.  IMG_2979IMG_2982

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Jaden got to experience the joy of clearing the shelves to replenish our supply for the next giveaway. #carryingonthelegacy


Shout out to Neal & Karen Carr, Jamie Jarmacz, and Bruce & Jin Eagan for making May’s monthly event happen. They blessed 70 kids and with just a few slices to spare. Thanks again.

Summer is near, which means things are about to get busy. First, we are partnering with FCA to take a handful of Pass Da ROCK kids down to Kutztown University for their Summer Sports Camp. Second, The “1&Done” Tournament will be underway July 26 & 27. Lastly, Pass Da ROCK’s 3rd Annual Golf Tournament is September 14th at The Pompey Club. We are excited about each of these events and look forward to seeing what God is going to do in and through them.

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Thanks to our friends at Lamar I was able to take a couple of our boys to the game.

The Winning Foursome
David Eilers, Peter Derrenbacker, Jim Shields, Johnathan Snow

Men’s Longest Drive
Don Doerr

Men’s Closest to Pin
David Eilers

Women’s Longest Drive
Lisa McKenney

Women’s Closest to Pin
Kathy Schreiber

The One & Done Tournament is always one of the most challenging feats for any Pass ‘Da R.O.C.K. baller to conquer, but this year’s tournament provide an additional obstacle in dealing with a slippery court surface caused by the intense humidity. That humid August air was also thick with tension as by the end of the day players fought like heavy weights picking themselves up from the canvas following daring drives to the basket. In the end two new Champions claimed their place among the One & Done’s enshrined survivors.

Utica Select, from the Young Gun division, escaped a double overtime opening round thrill ride with Ball for Your Life (Harlem). Then in the semifinals they again spent most the game going back and forth with T.N.T. before pulling away and protecting their slim lead. Against Bless Ballers they showed great endurance and execution to defeat a very evenly matched opponent.

The Elite division saw equally competitive play. T.N.T. began the day with first round battle royal with Prestige Elite that was decided in the last minute by free throws and key rebounds. T.N.T. then controlled their semifinal match against Monie All Stars. T.N.T. also benefited from the hardest fought game and biggest upset of the tournament as Bless Ballers defeated Top of the Line in a contest marked by slips and falls with intense play all around. Blessed Ballers came close to reenacting their scrappy end game magic, but T.N.T. prevailed with a two point victory to claim their place as well on the pedestal of endurance.

2011 marked another year of growth for PDR’s One and Done Tournament that promises to bring much more drama and excitement with next years installment.

See all the pictures. Part 1 is here and Part 2 is here.

4th Annual Golf Tournament

for the fourth annual charity golf tournament at the Pompey Club on Sept. 13.

  • -Captain and Crew Format
  • -Lunch/Registration at 11:30a
  • -Shotgun Start at 12:45p-
  • Open Bar/Dinner immediately following golf

There will be contests

  • -Hole in One
  • -Longest Drive
  • -Closest to the Pin
  • Free Throw Challenge
  • -Raffles

Entry fee of $125 per individual includes lunch, cart, green fees, open bar and steak dinner.
If you prefer you can download the registration and send in with your payment.