ESPN Coaches' Challenge
THE ANNUAL INFINITI COACHES' CHARITY CHALLENGE IS UNDERWAY AND COACH BILLY DONOVAN IS LEADING THE PACK WITH 52 PERCENT OF THE VOTE.
IF HE WINS, ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS WILL BE DONATED BY INFINITI TO THE SEBASTIAN FERRERO FOUNDATION.
ONE NORTH CENTRAL FLORIDA MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENT HAS MADE IT HIS PERSONAL MISSION TO SEE THAT COACH DONOVAN WINS.
OAK HALL STUDENT WILLIAM BOYES SAID HE KNOWS THAT HE AND HIS FELLOW STUDENTS LIVE AND BREATHE THE INTERNET.
THAT'S WHY HE DECIDED TO SHARE THE COACHES CHARITY CHALLENGE WITH HIS FELLOW STUDENTS AND TEACH THEM HOW TO VOTE ONLINE.
FOR HIM THIS IS MORE THAN CHARITY... IT IS PERSONAL.
"I did know Sebastian well, he lived right next door to me, and i actually gave him my wooden train set table... And his brother still uses it now, so i used to know him very, very well," William Boyes said.
"This is not only an opportunity for William to show his leadership to the other students and to step forward, but also it's a personal journey for him; it's something that's important he try to accomplish," said Dave Richardson, Oak Hall Middle School principal
YOU CAN VOTE ONLINE BY GOING TO ESPN.COM/INFINITI.
VOTING ENDS MARCH 11TH.
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