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January 19, 2018

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high school basketball:

Tickets remain for sold-out Findlay-Gorman game on StubHub … for $201


Steve Marcus

Findlay Prep’s Christian Wood, center, is shown during practice at the Henderson International School in Henderson, Jan. 19, 2012. Teammate Amedeo Della Valle is at right. Findlay Prep plays Bishop Gorman at the Cox Pavilion Saturday.

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Breaking down the Bishop Gorman, Findlay Prep showdown

Las Vegas Sun reporters Case Keefer and Ray Brewer take a look at Saturday's high school basketball game between Bishop Gorman and Findlay Prep. They also break down the Palo Verde-Centennial game.

Fans without tickets to the sold-out high school basketball game today between Bishop Gorman and Findlay Prep at the 2,500-seat Cox Pavilion still had a shot at getting them, but not cheaply. had 12 tickets available for the 2 p.m. game, ranging from $90 to $201. They initially were sold at $15 to $30, but sold out in the first week of January after a few days.

It’s not every day a high school event draws this kind of pre-game excitement in the Las Vegas Valley. Then again, most contests don’t feature two nationally ranked teams loaded with Division I prospects and prized UNLV recruits.

Coronado High coach Jeff Kaufman, whose team will play Foothill at the Cox Pavilion prior to the Findlay-Gorman tilt, has been flooded all week with requests for tickets. He estimates more than 100 people reaching out.

Also, organizers expect ticket scalpers to be prominent outside the facility — practically unheard of for a high school game.

If you can’t get a ticket for the game, you’ll still be able to watch. It will be televised by ESPNU.

For more on the game, check out the Sun’s preview.

Ray Brewer can be reached at 990-2662 or [email protected]. Follow Ray on Twitter at

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