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The Iowa high school state baseball tournament will be held at Principal Park through the 2020 season. Tentative dates:
2017 — July 21-29
2018 — July 20-28
2019 — July 26-August 3
2020 — July 24-August 1

High school teams have the opportunity to play regular-season games at Principal Park. The schedule is filled for 2017.

Monday, June 19
Van Meter 5, Pleasantville 1 (eight innings)
Wednesday, June 21
Council Bluffs St. Albert 12, Bedford 1 (five innings)
Gilbert 13, Knoxville 12
Des Moines Lincoln 10, Des Moines North 1
Wednesday, June 28
11 a.m. — Central Decatur vs. Des Moines Christian

The Iowa high school state baseball tournament has been held at Principal Park the past 12 years. This might have been the best. Great games. Great team efforts. Great individual performances. Read more for news and notes about the 2016 state tournament.

War Eagle Conference rivals West Sioux and Remsen St. Mary's are about 50 miles apart, but they each will travel 200-plus miles to Des Moines to decide the 1A state championship. Read more for news and notes about the Class 1A teams.

Friday’s quarterfinals

Remsen St. Mary’s 10, Highland 5
Newman Catholic 12, Nodaway Valley 2 (six innings)
Saturday’s quarterfinals
West Sioux 3, Edgewood-Colesburg 2
Don Bosco 11, Tri-Center 1 (six innings)
Thursday's semifinals
Remsen St. Mary's 5, Newman Catholic 3
West Sioux 2, Don Bosco 1
Saturday's championship
Remsen St. Mary's 8, West Sioux 5
RANKED TEAMS: #1 Newman; #2 Don Bosco; #3 West Sioux
TOP SEEDS: 1. Newman; 2. West Sioux; 3. Don Bosco; 4. St.Mary’s

Class 1A state tournament brackets

Final Class 1A stat leaders

Final Overall stat leaders

Top-seeded Clear Lake won the Class 3A state in 2013, and the 2A title last year. The Lions are back in the title game again this year. They will meet Kuemper Catholic on Saturday for the championship. Read more for news and notes about the Class 2A teams.

Monday’s quarterfinals

Clear Lake 10, Denver 5
Hinton 9, Van Buren 1
Pleasantville 3, Beckman Catholic 1
Kuemper Catholic 3, Collins-Maxwell/Baxter 2 (eight innings)
Thursday's semifinals
Clear Lake 10, Hinton 7
Kuemper Catholic 7, Pleasantville 1
Saturday's championship
Clear Lake 8, Kuemper Catholic 1
RANKED TEAMS: #2 Clear Lake; #8 Hinton
TOP SEEDS: 1. Clear Lake; 2. Beckman; 3. Kuemper; 4. Van Buren

Class 2A state tournament brackets

Final Class 2A stat leaders

Final Overall stat leaders

Only three ranked teams qualified for the Class 3A state tournament, but two of them — #2 Harlan and #7 Carlisle — will meet for the title. Both teams won state titles in 2003 — Harlan in 3A and Carlisle in 2A. (Harlan also won in 1996.) Read more for news and notes about the Class 3A teams.

Tuesday's quarterfinals

Harlan 8, Bishop Heelan Catholic 6
Solon 12, Wahlert Catholic 2 (six innings)
Carlisle 8, Central DeWitt 7
Pella 6, Humboldt 0
Friday's semifinals
Carlisle 5, Pella 3
Harlan 7, Solon 5
Saturday's championship
Harlan 12, Carlisle 4
RANKED TEAMS: #2 Harlan; #5 Pella; #7 Carlisle
TOP SEEDS: 1. Wahlert; 2. Pella; 3. Carlisle; 4. Harlan

Class 3A state tournament brackets

Final Class 3A stat leaders

Final Overall stat leaders

Mississippi Valley Conference teams Cedar Rapids Prairie and Iowa City West will meet for the Class 4A state title. Read more for news and notes about the Class 4A teams.

Wednesday's quarterfinals

Waukee 3, Johnston 2
Cedar Rapids Prairie 1, Davenport West 0
Iowa City West 4, Cedar Rapids Jefferson 3
Des Moines Roosevelt 11, Urbandale 3
Friday's semifinals
Cedar Rapids Prairie 4, Waukee 3
Iowa City West 6, Des Moines Roosevelt 5
Saturday's championship
Cedar Rapids Prairie 12, Iowa City West 3
RANKED TEAMS: #1 Prairie; #2 West; #6 Jefferson; #7 Johnston; #9 Urbandale; #10 Waukee
TOP SEEDS: 1. Prairie; 2. West; 3. Roosevelt; 4. Waukee

Class 4A state tournament brackets

Final Class 4A stat leaders

Final Overall stat leaders

Fans can keep foul balls hit into the stands during state tournament games. The Iowa Association of Independent Colleges and Universities is the official foul ball sponsor of the tournament. Their support of high school baseball makes it possible for fans to keep a great souvenir of the state tournament. There are an average of 750 baseballs used each year during the state tournament. And most of them go home with fans.

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At The Yard

Jake Hilmer and the seventh-seeded North Linn Lynx upset second-seeded Van Buren in the 1A quarterfinals Saturday night.
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