The Boys and Girls Clubs of York County has enlisted a group of prominent locals to shoot it out on the basketball court to raise money.
South Pointe High School football phenom Jadeveon Clowney will compete. As will Winthrop University President Anthony DiGiorgio. Rock Hill schools Superintendent Lynn Moody will face Fort Mill Superintendent Chuck Epps.
Moody plans to wear a jersey.
"Basketball is not my game, I'm going to be honest," Moody said. "But I figure I can beat Chuck no matter what ... I'm going to beat Chuck badly. I hope he brings his A-game."
Epps said he will do just that.
"It would be embarrassing to lose to a girl," he joked, "so I will be sure that doesn't happen."
Anyone can attend the shootout, which starts at 6 p.m. Friday at Sullivan Middle School in Rock Hill.
Admission is $5 for adults and $3 for high school students. Ages 13 and younger get in for free.
Other shooters scheduled to compete include Rock Hill Police Chief John Gregory, York Technical College President Greg Rutherford, Fort Mill Mayor Danny Funderburk and York County Council members William "Bump" Roddey and David Bowman.
The Boys and Girls Clubs, with three locations in Rock Hill and one in Fort Mill, is linked to the national nonprofit of the same name and offers after-school and summer programs for children and teens.
The after-school program - for elementary and middle school-age children - serves 150 children.
For details on the club, go to bgcyc.org