For those wishing for a white Christmas season, look no further than Charlie Dalton Gym on Tuesday night.
The Warren County High School teams will be holding their second “Whiteout” night against the Middle Tennessee Heat.
Fans are encouraged to throw toilet paper on the court following the first made basket by Warren County in the boys game.
The “Whiteout” tradition is nothing new to the Midstate as Tennessee Tech made it a staple at its home games throughout the 1980s and ’90s.
Lady Pioneer coach Erick Baird wanted to bring the tradition to Warren County ever since taking over three years ago and he got it put in place last season.
Toilet paper will be on sale at the game by members of the girls basketball team booster club. Toilet paper will cost $1 per roll.
Although the play will result in a technical foul, the money raised will go to a good cause.
All proceeds from the sales will go to the family of Alyson Caten. Caten is a sophomore member of the Lady Pioneer basketball team and has a younger sister who will be undergoing chemotherapy in the upcoming weeks.
Also, admission will be $1 for any Jaycee basketball player who wears their team shirt to the game on Tuesday night.
Tuesday’s games will begin at 6 p.m. with the Lady Pioneers taking the floor. The Pioneers will follow against the Heat and tip-off is tentatively scheduled for 7:30 p.m.