It's a 3-on-3 virtual foul shot competition! Get to dribbling!

 

Because of the continued health and safety protocols, this year’s 28th Annual CU Swish-Out Childhood Cancer Challenge is virtual. This year’s event will be a 3-on-3 'virtual' foul shot competition with coed teams of 3 competing.

C U Swish Out Childhood Cancer
C U Swish Out Childhood Cancer
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The fun starts April 10th, each participant will attempt 50 free throws (per week as long as the team remains in the competition) and the combined total of all 3 participants will be submitted by each Sunday at 5 p.m. The 25% of teams with the lowest overall total will be eliminated each week (percentage based on the final number of teams participating). There is no competition during the week of April vacation (April 18th-23rd). The top teams in all divisions each week get gift cards and everyone gets a free t-shirt, and every team is entered into a raffle for 20 Sea Dogs tickets.

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All teams remaining in the final week – the week of May 9th will compete in the finals. Winning first place adult team receives $100 GC (all 3 players); second place adult team receives $50 GC (all 3 players); Youth first place – High School $50 GC (all 3 players); 7th & 8th Grade $25 GC (all 3 players) and 5th & 6th Grade $15 GC (all 3 players).

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This is a great way to raise money and awareness for childhood cancers. Town and Country FCU has been doing its part for almost 30 years now! Free throw shots are the best! You've got this! You just need to register your team. Hot off March Madness and all the basketball you watched, now show them all just how easy it is to make a free throw shot!

 

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