OHSAA Basketball Championship Tickets
Governing Body: Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSSA)
OHSAA Headquarters Location: Columbus, Ohio
Year Organization Established: 1907
OHSAA Basketball Championship Established: 1922
Divisions of Play: Four based upon enrollment
Championship Competitions: Two: Girls and boys
OHSAA Basketball Championship TicketsThe Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) governs junior and senior high school athletic programs in Ohio, overseeing student athlete eligibility, organizing divisions of competition and conducting state championships in sports sanctioned by the organization. The OHSAA sponsors an annual basketball tournament, with both a boys' championship and a girls' championship typically taking place during March. The full tournament consists of sectionals, also known as districts, followed by a regional tournament. The winners of regionals battle it out in a playoff similar to that of the NBA tournament. Through the years, this playoff has produced some high-scoring games like 1953’s epic battle between Sedalia Midway and Canaan in which Sedalia Midway topped Canaan 137–46, and the similar 1961 fight between Glouster and Chauncey Dover where Glouster topped its rival 128–54. More recently, in 2006, fans saw one of the closest and highest-scoring games of the Ohio baseball championships when Upper Sandusky edged out Tiffin Columbian by a mere five points to win 105–100. Don’t miss a minute of this Ohio high school basketball action. Pick up your OHSAA Basketball Championship tickets at StubHub today.
What is the price range of tickets to OHSAA basketball games?The OHSAA keeps tickets to all levels of this competition affordable. You can pick up tickets to these events for less than $10 per person per game. You will find the best seats and the widest variety of seating options by purchasing your tickets at StubHub, the world’s largest online ticket marketplace.
Where does the OHSAA hold its championships games?The organization holds each championship separately. The OHSAA holds its boys' championship at the Schottenstein Center in Columbus, Ohio, while the girls' championship takes place at the St. John Arena at Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio.
What is the seating capacity of the hosting arenas?The two arenas, both located on the campus of Ohio State University, have different seating capacities. The Schottenstein Center has a seating capacity of about 20,000, and the St. John Arena has a seating capacity of just over 13,000.
What is the basketball team with the most OHSAA Basketball Championship wins?These high school championship games have historically produced fierce basketball battles with some schools winning in multiple years. St. Vincent-St. Mary has won the boys' championship eight times, making it the Ohio high school with the most wins overall. It is followed by Villa Angela-St. Joseph and Middletown, both with seven titles. Columbus East and Dayton Dunbar have both won the boys' title five times. Columbus Africentric Early College, Cincinnati Mt. Notre Dame, Pickerington and South Euclid Regina all have six wins for the girls title. It is also a three-way tie between Berlin Hiland, Delphos St. John’s and Hathaway Brown with five state title wins in the girls' division.
What basketball players have gone pro after completing high school in Ohio?The OHSAA Championship brings together some of the best basketball players in Ohio. Attending these championships provides you with the unique chance to watch these basketball players before they turn pro. Currently, 17 former high school players from Ohio play in the NBA. They include Darius Bazley, Trey Burke, Vince Edwards, Jaxson Hayes, Nigel Hayes, LeBron James, Luke Kennard, Kosta Koufos, Caris LeVert, CJ McCollum, Larry Nance, Adreian Payne, Brian Roberts, Jordan Sibert and Jared Sullinger. Ohio basketball programs have produced more than 100 professional basketball players over the years.
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