The Lids 2023 MIAA Baseball Championships to be Held May 21 at Joe Cannon Stadium
Fivestar presents the A, B and C Championship Games
For Immediate Release - April 17, 2023
ANNAPOLIS, MD. – The Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) has announced the schedule and locations of the 2023 MIAA Baseball Championships, title sponsored by Lids, the official headwear of the MIAA, worn and celebrated by all MIAA champions. This event features the A, B and C Conference finals on May 21 at Joe Cannon Stadium in Hanover, MD.
Championship tickets will go on sale May 8th at MIAAChampionships.com. Fans will have the opportunity to purchase tickets with access to all three games for $20, and $15 with valid student ID. Fans who cannot attend in person can view the games live on MIAAChampionships.com and Fivestar Events’ YouTube channel.
2023 Baseball Championship Schedule
Sunday, May 21, 2023
C Conference Championship – 12:00PM
B Conference Championship – 2:30PM
A Conference Championship – 5:00PM
Archbishop Spalding is the defending A Conference champion, Indian Creek holds the title for the B Conference; and Key School led C Conference.
“Fivestar is excited to showcase the best prep baseball teams and players in the region while providing the teams, schools and communities a fantastic fan experience,” said Mark Burdett, VP of Business Development for Fivestar. “The Fivestar App will have exclusive MIAA baseball highlights captured by Fivestar’s content creators at Joe Cannon Stadium for each championship. We encourage fans to download the free Fivestar app to gain access to this exclusive content.”
“This year will mark the first time all three conferences have competed for the championship title at the same venue—on the same day,” said MIAA Executive Director Paul Bernstorf. “We are excited to offer our students, families and fans a full day of baseball action as we elevate the exposure of all three championships.”
For more information on the 2023 MIAA Baseball Championships, visit https:/www.miaachampionships.com/baseball.
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ABOUT THE MIAA
The Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) is an independent organization comprised of 29
private high schools located in and around the Baltimore Metro area. Founded in 1994, MIAA schools
have a combined enrollment in excess of 17,000 students. More than 60% of these students participate in
at least one of 17 MIAA sanctioned sports. In addition, more than 97% of all graduates from MIAA schools
go on to college, including many who enroll in some of our nation’s most prestigious universities. MIAA
schools are located in eight Maryland counties and Baltimore City. For more information on the MIAA,
ABOUT JOE CANNON STADIUM
Joe Cannon Stadium, owned and operated by Anne Arundel County Department of Rec and Parks, was
named after former pro-baseball player Joe Cannon, who grew up and played his high school baseball in
Anne Arundel County. Joe Cannon Stadium boasts a well-manicured, lighted, 90' diamond measuring
310' down the lines, 410' to center, and 380' in the power alleys. The stadium amenities include:
concession stand, covered bleachers with a capacity for 1500 spectators, press box, electronic
scoreboard, batting cages, dugouts, and adjoining locker rooms with showers.