St. Michael Albertville Boys Varsity Baseball

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Baseball Information

If you missed the baseball parent/player meeting last night, please contact Coach Hackenmueller for the information you missed. The apparel store is open until noon today (2-11-2020) and can be found at: https://www.bsnteamsports.com/shop/stma20202 Baseball Apparel Store

Knights Baseball Apparel Store

The STMA Baseball Store is open. https://www.bsnteamsports.com/shop/stma20202 STMA Baseball Apparel Store Estimated delivery is 5 weeks. The store closes on 2/11/2020 at noon. Youth sizes now available on some items. The white pants are game pants and the grey pants can be used for practice. Please contact MTS Customer Service with any questions. They can

Season Ends for STMA

The STMA Knights fell to the Maple Grove Crimson in the Section 8AAAA Playoffs on Saturday evening in Cold Spring 8-4. The Knights finish their season with a 19-5 record. We would like to thank all of the parents and fans that supported us throughout the season. Also, thank you to our senior managers and

Knights Defeat Elks

The Knights took on Elk River in Cold Spring in the Section 8AAAA Playoffs on Saturday afternoon. STMA came out swinging and put up eight runs in the first four innings. Cody Kelly, Will Anderson, and Luc Laylin combined to go 7-10 with sevens run batted in. Kale Hoselton came off the bench with a

Bison Blank STMA

The STMA Knights hosted the Buffalo Bison on Thursday afternoon in the second round of the Section 8AAAA Playoffs. Buffalo came out ready to play from the get go scoring two runs in the first inning and didn’t look. Michael Weber pitched a complete game no hitter for the Bison. Weber had the Knights off

Knights Win Playoff Opener

The STMA Knights hosted the St. Cloud Tech Tigers in the opening round of the Section 8AAAA Playoffs on Wednesday afternoon. The Knights jumped out to a 2-0 early in the game, but Tech came back with one run in the third to cut the lead in half. STMA exploded for six runs in the