Come out to Clinton High School this Saturday and watch former Maroons take the hardwood in volleyball and men's basketball.
Rotarian Terry Ijams organizes the game each year as a benefit for the local chapter of Habitat for Humanity. He says they are againg starting with a women's volleyball game and then a men's basketball game.
Ijams indicates the game originates back to the early 80s and then took off from there. He says they started with players that were out of high school for at least ten years but have since wanted to attract players of all ages.
Last year the alumni game turned to a women's volleyball game and Ijams says that has been well received and feels it increased interest in the event.
Ijams says Habitat runs the concessions as part of the fundraiser and while funds from admissions go back to Habitat, there's also a 50/50 during the event and a raffle as well.
The women's volleyball game starts at 6:30 pm and doors open for the event at 5:30 pm.