Last year, before O.J.Mayo came to Huntington High School, the school's basketball team earned $25,000.
That's no longer the case.
The high school phenomenon is the top-ranked player in the country and signed a letter of intent to go to the University of Southern California next year.
Mayo has dazzled sports fans all across the country with his slam-dunks and no-look passes, helping increase revenue.
Before last week's game against nationally ranked Artesia, the team's net revenue for the season was about $125,000.
Huntington High School Principal Greg Webb says income from the Veterans Memorial Field House, Charleston Civic Center and Cam Henderson Center could push profits to more than $500,000.
Teams that have gone up against Huntington have also benefited financially, with a combined profit of $120,000.