Basketball Finals Tickets On Sale

March 6, 2017

By Geoff Kimmerly
Second Half editor

Tickets for the Michigan High School Athletic Association Girls and Boys Basketball Finals are on sale from the Jenison Field House Ticket Office.

All-session tickets for both events can be ordered online by clicking hereAll-session tickets also can be ordered by calling (517) 355-1610 or by visiting Jenison Field House. Single-session tickets will go on sale March 8.

Girls Semifinals tickets cost $8 per session, with a $3 service charge then applied to each order. Finals tickets cost $10 per session with the $3 service charge then applied (only one service charge is applied if Semifinals and Finals tickets are purchased together). All girls basketball tickets are for general admission. The Girls Basketball Semifinals are March 16-17, with all four Finals on March 18.

 

Boys Semifinals tickets also cost $8 per session plus the $3 service charge and $10 per Finals session plus the service charge. Boys Basketball Semifinals and Finals tickets are reserved in Breslin Center’s lower bowl, with general admission for the upper deck. The Boys Basketball Semifinals are March 23-24, with all four Finals on March 25.

 

For both the Girls and Boys Semifinals, each session includes both games for one class. There are two Finals sessions; the Class D and A championship games are one session, and the second includes the Class C and B championship games.

State Champs! Michigan: Hangtime 2-3-23

February 3, 2023

Join Lorne Plant, TJ Kelley and Scott Burnstein for the fifth episode this season of STATE CHAMPS! Hangtime.

0:00 – Open
1:22 - Mr. Basketball talk
1:41 - TJ’s picks
3:49 - Scott’s picks
6:37 – Making it to the Breslin helps chances
7:25 – Parity in this year’s Mr. Basketball race
8:33 – Big time player matchups
9:52 – Recap of games previously on SC! Network
10:41 – Flint Carman-Ainsworth tops Detroit Loyola
11:53 – North Farmington is consistent
13:48 – BCAM Chalk Talk with Grand Blanc Head Coach Tory Jackson
16:41 – Biggest change since 2006, social media. Players from this era include David Kool, DeShawn Sims and Tory Jackson
19:21 – Scott gives insight on how to grind for that D-1 scholarship
21:42 – Big changes to TJ’s Top 20 Rankings
23:48 - Weekend Showcases
25:53 – TJ talks about Davion Goins from Cassopolis
26:52 – Scott talks about Dylan Grant from Warren Michigan Collegiate
27:11 – And Jayden Hardiman from Ferndale
28:18 – TJ talks about Wyatt Nausadis from T.C. St. Francis
29:03 – TJ on Warren Michigan Collegiate
29:45 - Close