Holy Family Catholic High School Baseball consistently fields one of the most competitive and highly ranked high school programs in Minnesota. In the past ten years, seventeen Fire alumni have gone on to play college baseball including D1 schools such as Indiana, Mercer and Creighton Universities.
Varsity Fire Baseball’s home field is Lions Park in Victoria, and, junior varsity and freshman teams play at Diethelm Park in Victoria, just blocks from the school campus.
The program has multiple conference and section championships, All-Metro players and All-State academic honors. Holy Family Baseball’s first athlete to be signed with a professional team is pitcher Rollie Lacy ’13. Rollie was a pitcher for Holy Family’s 2012 MSHSL State Championship team.
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Bryan played college baseball at MSU-Mankato for Dean Bowyer. He started his high school coaching career after college at Mankato East High School as the Varsity pitching coach. His first year coaching at Holy Family was the 2004 season. In his second year, 2005, the baseball team won the Section 4AA tournament and advanced to the state tournament in St. Cloud. The team ended up with a 6th place finish. Holy Family won the Minnesota River Conference Championship and the Section 2AA championship in 2008, which was the first year of being in that section. Bryan earned Minnesota River Conference baseball Coach of the Year honors in 2008, 2010 and 2011 and Class AA State Coach of the Year in 2012 after the program won its first State Championship.