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Ticket sales, team send-off information

All tickets to Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis are reserved seating.
Tickets cost $15 per session (North Harrison plays in the second session at 6 p.m.) per person.
North Harrison was allotted 1,500 tickets for pre-sale (schools can get more if sales demand). Two hundred of the tickets are for a designated student section.
Tickets went on sale at North Harrison Tuesday at noon to season ticket holders and North Harrison staff. Ticket sales to the general public started Wednesday at noon at the school.
When purchasing tickets, parents need to note that student section locations are different than adults (for example, when ordering for two adults and one student, specifically state one ticket needed for student section and others with North Harrison fans).
Due to reserved seating, those who want to sit together need to purchase tickets together.
There are also 26 handicap-seating tickets available. If needed, mention the desire for handicap seating when purchasing tickets.
Tournament restrictions include: balloons, banners and/or posters, etc. are not permitted; cowbells and other such noise devices, banners, shakers on sticks, signs, posters, etc., are not permitted; no live animal mascots are permitted; line-up lanes of fans shall not be permitted on the playing floor at any time; audio/video devices are not permitted on the playing floor; and the throwing of articles, including toilet tissue, is not allowed.
For more information, call North Harrison High School at 812-347-2741.
UPDATE: North Harrison girls’ basketball ‘Send off’ to state:
The North Harrison girls’ basketball team will depart from in front of North Harrison Middle School at approximately 10:10 a.m. Friday. The team bus will tour campus ‘ NHMS, North Harrison High School and North Harrison Elementary. After driving through the Ramsey schools, the bus will head to Morgan Elementary for a send off there as well.
Students from each of the four schools will line up along the bus’ pathway to support the team as they head to Indianapolis to play in the IHSAA state final on Saturday at 6 p.m.
The public is encouraged to attend and support the team said NHHS principal Steve Hatton. Posters and noisemakers are encouraged. Those wishing to participate are asked to not block the roads on campus so the bus can make its way through safely.