Big Blue Boys Basketball Important Spectator Information

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Hello Big Blue Fans!


The Hamilton High Boys Basketball season is upon us, with opening night being tomorrow, 12/3 versus conference opponent Lakota East. Listed below are some very important pieces of information for anyone coming out to cheer on the BIG BLUE in what promises to be a good season.


  • All single game tickets are $6 and must be purchased online at We will accept NO CASH  at the gates. Please make sure to purchase in advance. Ticketing is through Hometown Ticketing which does charge a nominal service fee for each ticket purchased. You can present your ticket at the gate from your phone or print out the ticket that will be sent to your email after purchasing. Children 6 and under do not need tickets!


  • We are offering a student pass that will allow students to attend all home high school winter events(Girls and Boys Basketball and wrestling). Cost of this pass is $25. This is a great deal for any student who plans to attend all home games. It’s like getting 7 games free! These must be purchased in advance by coming to the Athletic Office at HHS or calling our office and purchasing them over the phone. Our number is 887-4819.


  • WE are also offering Season Tickets for $65 each. These are in our reserved sections behind the home bench and score table. Again, these must be purchased in advance the same way our student passes can be purchased. These tickets allow you to make a 1 time payment and avoid the single ticket service charges. Single game tickets will cost you over $80. So, for our adults this is a great way to save some money!


  • ALL STUDENTS grades 7-12 must enter through our student gate located at the main entrance of the Athletic Center. All students will go through our metal detectors and NO bags will be permitted in the arena. This is a  precaution put in place to ensure the safety of all of our fans. Parents, if you are dropping your students off, make sure to drop them by this door. 


  • Hamilton City Schools no longer require masks, but we are still strongly recommending them. 


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