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The 2024 Minnesota High School Baseball State Championships (MSHSL) will begin Friday, June 21. Class 1A and Class 2A will conclude Friday after several rain-related delays.

All games will be played at Target Field in Minneapolis.

This page is updated with results, summaries and live updates from each game. Refresh page for the latest update.

Minnesota High School Baseball Brackets

Game time is 11am


No. 4 Springfield 5, No. 2 Parkers Prairie 1


Springfield senior Jakob Nachreiner threw a one-run shutout to defeat Parkers Prairie 5-1 in the Class 1A championship game.

Parkers Prairie had all bases loaded in the first and fourth innings, but Nachreiner and the Tigers were able to prevent the Panthers from scoring.

Nachreiner also scored two runs in the game, while Russell Beers had two RBIs and Jackson Ludewig, Aiden Moriarty and Kaden Nachreiner each had one RBI.

For Springfield, it is the second state baseball title in school history.


Jakob Nachreiner: “I can trust every single one of my shots. (Ludewig) has had an incredible year behind the plate and helped me in every situation. The defense stood behind me and made the plays.”

Aiden Moriarty: “I think we knew we could do it with the guys we have. We’re pretty solid in the lineup. We’re good on the field. I think that was definitely the goal in getting here. We’ve seen a few silver medals in football over the last few years, so I think it’s been a big effort to get here and be champions.”

Derek Denny, Parkers Prairie head coach: “These guys rose to the challenge. We had high expectations for ourselves, but I think our fans and our community did, too. These kids rose to the challenge. They fought through what we consider to be one of the toughest stretches in the state to get here.

“We came here to Target Field and fought. We would love to have blue around our necks, but we will not be disappointed with anything about our season.”

Game time is scheduled for 45 minutes after the conclusion of the Class 1A game.


No. 2 Rockford 6, No. 4 Foley 0


Rockford junior pitcher Will Haas threw a one-hit shutout for a 6-0 victory over the Foley Falcons in the Class 2A championship game. He pitched a perfect game for 5.2 innings before Foley’s Alex Jennison hit an infield single. Haas finished the game with 13 strikeouts.

Rockford scored three runs in the third inning on a two-RBI triple to center field by Aiden Smith. Harrison Edwards followed with an RBI single to give the Rockets a 3-0 lead.

In the fourth inning, Edwards and Smith combined to score more runs. Edwards hit a single with two RBIs and Smith added two more with a triple.

It is the first national baseball title in Rockford history.


Will Haas: “For a program that hasn’t been particularly successful in the past, it means a lot to me that we were able to change the culture and bring a title back to Rockford.”

Rockford head coach Cody Hallahan: “When (Haas) is as mixed as he has been, when he’s in good form and has his speed, we know he’s going to get us into the game every game. Today, when we had the first few runs, it relaxed him. … He did his job, like he has all year.”

Hallahan: “After we scored a few goals and broke through, the whole team relaxed and we had fun again.”

Harrison Edwards: “We just play for each other. We just believe that everyone is doing their job. From one to nine, they will do their best to go out there, compete and win games. That’s the most important thing for us, even though we have no experience playing on a field like that.”

Josiah Peterson of Foley: “It’s great that we made it. It didn’t end the way we wanted, but it was definitely a great season.”

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– Jack Butler | [email protected] | @Butler917 on X