This week’s kickoff of high school football season brings its annual economic shot in the arm for school athletic budgets and - if the teams win - is counted on to add everything from community spirit to levy support.
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Revenue from each sport that goes to the Ohio High School Athletic Association
$13,085,000: Projected total revenues and expenses for 2013-14.
$4,508,000: Projected revenue from football.
$2,294,000: Projected revenue from boys basketball.
$6,283,000: Projected revenue from all other 18 sports combined.