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Picture of homeplate and the press booth at Johnson-O'Brien Stadium

This Memorial Day Weekend, Johnson-O’Brien Stadium at Ephrata High School (EHS) will host the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) State Baseball Championships for 1B and 2B schools. It is the first time EHS has hosted a state championship event.

Semifinal games are scheduled to begin Friday, May 26 and state championship games will be held Saturday, May 27. The full schedule of play is as follows:

Friday, May 26

10:00 a.m.

1:00 p.m.*

4:00 p.m.*

7:00 p.m.*

Game 1: Mount Vernon Christian vs. Liberty Christian (1B Competition)

Game 2: Naselle vs. Desales (1B Competition)

Game 3: Adna vs. Toutle Lake (2B Competition)

Game 4: Tri-Cities Prep vs. Brewster (2B Competition






Saturday, May 27

10:00 a.m.

1:00 p.m.*

4:00 p.m.*

7:00 p.m.*

1B 3rd/4th Place Game - Loser of Game 1 vs. Loser of Game 2

2B 3rd/4th Place Game - Loser of Game 3 vs. Loser of Game 4

Championship Game - Winner of Game 1 vs. Winner of Game 2

Championship Game - Winner of Game 3 vs. Winner of Game 4





* Games will start as scheduled of 45 minutes after conclusion of the previous game

Tickets for all games are available online. Tickets sold at the door must be purchased with a credit/debit card.

All Tournament Tickets:
Single Day Pass, Friday, May 26:
Single Day Pass, Saturday, May 27: 

Johnson-O’Brien Stadium was selected by WIAA officials based on its reputation as one of the best high school baseball venues in the Pacific Northwest and for the staff’s experience hosting quality tournaments. New stadium grandstands were installed in the fall of 2021, and the infield was redone in August 2022 with laser leveling, new soil, a new pitching mound and a redone home plate area.


About Ephrata High School: Ephrata High School sponsors nearly 50 athletic and activity programs throughout the academic year.  Located in Ephrata, WA, EHS has an enrollment of 900 students in grades 9-12. For more information about Tiger Athletics, please visit

About Ephrata Schools: Since 1909, Ephrata Schools have provided a quality public education to all students, regardless of ability, race, wealth, language, religion or country of origin. At Ephrata Schools, we exist for kids and learning. We are deeply committed to every child's journey and work hard to ensure that every student graduates ready for career and life. For more information about the Ephrata School District, please visit

Media Contact:
Sarah Morford, Communications Director
Office: (509) 754-7235 |