LHSAA State Baseball Tournament starts Tuesday in Sulphur

SULPHUR — The Louisiana High School Athletic Association State Baseball Tournament will be held at McMurry Park, 300 S Hazel St., with semifinals occurring Tuesday-Thursday and state championships for all classes and divisions beginning Friday and ending Saturday. All semi-final and final games will be held at 10 a.m., 2 p.m., and 6 p.m.

McMurry Park has been home to LHSAA State Baseball Tournament since 2012, marking 2021 as the ninth consecutive year the event has been held in Southwest Louisiana.   

Tickets will only be available through online purchase and will not be sold at the gate. Tickets are $13 each plus a $1.65 convenience fee, and they can be purchased at GoFan found here: gofan.co/app/school/LHSAA. Tickets are only good for the session/game selected, and you must present your mobile device to redeem your tickets. Please note that the park will be cleared after each session for sanitization, and there will be no re-entry to the park once you exit.””

Final setup for the LHSAA Baseball Tournament takes place Monday at McMurray Park in Sulphur.

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