The York Suburban boys' volleyball program is planning its fourth annual White Out Night on Thursday in memory of Clark Fisher.
The event is being held in conjunction with Thursday's York-Adams League match against Northeastern. Both teams are currently unbeaten in league action.The varsity match should start at approximately 7:30 p.m. at Suburban.
Fisher's sons played volleyball for Suburban and he volunteered numerous hours to the program as a parent, coach and line judge. Fisher died from lung cancer 2 1/2 years ago.
The event is used to raise funds for the Cancer Patient Help Fund.
This year, Northeastern has a returning varsity player who has been benched for the season because of a recently diagnosed heart condition. This year, the Suburban boys' volleyball program has decided to split the donations from the White Out Night with the American Heart Association.
Both teams are collecting donations, and donations will be accepted the night of the White Out event. Last year, just more than $1,000 was raised.