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Entering Thursday night, Findlay Prep (Henderson, Nev.) had compiled a remarkable 205-9 record over the past seven seasons.

Make that 205-10.
Future College Prep (Harbor City, Calif.), a post-graduate program that lists 27 players on its roster, knocked off the Pilots 73-71 in a shocker that will mix things up in next week's national rankings.

Braian Angola, who spent last season in Findlay Prep's program, provided the game-winning bucket as Future College Prep improved to 27-6. FCP's schedule includes junior colleges and other West Coast post-graduate teams.

The loss was the first at home in Findlay Prep's short history dating back to 2006. Future College Prep played the Pilots (13-1) tough in two previous meetings, including a 76-72 loss last month a one-point setback in November of 2012.

Findlay Prep – ranked No. 2 nationally by MaxPreps – played the game without recent UCLA commitment Jonah Bolden, a 6-foot-8 Australian forward.

The Pilots will participate in next week's highly-anticipated Tarkanian Classic in Las Vegas, where they are scheduled to meet No. 4 Prime Prep (Dallas) in one of the event's featured matchups.