Front Row:   Josh Lenz, Cole Peters (Batboys)
Middle Row: Drew Gulden, Neil Vos, Mike Mueller, Brian Eggers, Rob Hart, Sean Engel, Matt Schwichtenberg
Back Row:   Jeff Lenz (Mgr.), Jeff Selander (St. Boni), Tim Stuewe, Jason Fritz, Aron Peters, Larry Heckmann, Jeff
Stuewe, Andy Larson, Craig Allison (Norwood)
The 2004 Minnesota State Amateur Baseball Tournament was held in Belle Plaine and Jordan.
Hamburg entered the tourney as the Region 7C runner-up. The Hawks lost their first game 2 - 1 in
an epic,
17 inning battle against Melrose.  Stand-outs for the Hawks were Tim Stuewe, with an
early home run, and Mike Mueller who pitched 11 strong innings in a no decision.
The 2000 Minnesota State Amateur Baseball Tournament was held in Sleepy Eye and Fairfax.  
Hamburg entered the tourney as the Region 7C runner-up. Unfortunately, the Hawks came up short
in their first game, losing to Elko by a score of 5 to 4 in a 10 inning battle.
Front Row:   Pete Hilgers, Chuck Monroe (YA), Chris Dammann, Brian Eggers, Matt Schug (bat boy), Mike
Mueller, Dan LaMott (Winsted), Pat Kohls (YA), Rob Hart
Back Row:   Jeff Lenz (Mgr.), Brian Droege, Tim Stuewe, Joel Wiegert, Aron Peters, Jeff Stuewe, Larry
Heckmann, Craig Peterson, B.J. Oswall
The 1997 Minnesota State Amateur Baseball Tournament was held in Maple Lake and Delano. This
was Hamburg's first visit to the state tourney since 1975. Hamburg entered the tourney as the
Region 7C Champion but were defeated in their first game by Avon.
Front Row:   Jeff Selander, Pete Hilgers, Brian Jeneke (Glencoe), Craig Droege, Ryan Dammann, Taylor Peters
(bat boy), Mike Mueller, Brian Droege, Jeremy Rice, Joey Herrmann
Back Row:   Jeff Lenz (Mgr.), Adam Oelfke, Chris Dammann, Daryl Schulz, Tim Stuewe, Joel Wiegert, Luke
Wolter, Robert Rutt (YA), Sean Peters, Dave Barrett (YA), Jeff Stuewe, Larry Heckmann
The 1975 Minnesota State Amateur Baseball Tournament was held in Delano. Despite their
hair-do's, the Hawks won their first three games before losing to Dundas in the semi-finals.
Front Row:   Pete Panning, Gary Harms, Jeff Mueller, Scott Karels (BB), Jeff Tanke (BB), Darv Rolf, Mike
Stuewe, Russ Heckmann, Jerry Stuewe
Back Row:  Jim Stuewe, Dale Stuewe, Lefty Graupmann (Mgr.), Bob "Schpitz" Mueller, Curt Stuewe, Brad
Droege, Brad Mueller, David Stuewe, Mark WIllemsen, Tom Kloempken, Don Sauter (GI), Wolf Hoberg, Ace
Phifer (Plato), Scott Scheele, Joe Krueger (GI)
The 1974 Minnesota State Amateur Baseball Tournament was held in St. Cloud. The Hawks won
their first two games before losing to Cyrus in the quarter-finals.
Front Row:   Russ Heckmann, Steve Stoterau, Jeff Mueller, Jerry Stuewe, Gary Harms, Bill Kloempken, Mike
Stuewe, Eugene Panning, Tom Kloempken, Curt Stuewe, Matt Dammann (BB), Dean Scheele (BB)
Back Row:  Lefty Graupmann, Wolf Hoberg, Darv Rolf, Brad Mueller, Dale Stuewe, Bob "Schpitz" Mueller,
Mark Willemsen, David Stuewe, Scott Scheele, Dean Panning, Don Sauter (GI), Joe Krueger (GI), Larry
Bachmann (Norwood)
The 1969 Minnesota State Amateur Baseball Tournament was held in Jordan. This was Hamburg's
first appearance in the State Tourney. The Hawks defeated Windom in their first game, but lost to
Alexandria by one run in the second game..
Front Row:   Lefty Graupmann (Mgr.), Jerry Stuewe, Mike Stuewe, Jerry Mueller, Darv Rolf, Jeff Mueller,
Richard Heckmann, Doug Will, Bruce Schepers (BB), Mike Dammann (BB)
Back Row:  Jim Stuewe, Weldon Baumann (New Germany), Ron Lehrke (New Germany), Randy Wroge (Plato),
Rick Graupmann, Roger Thalmann, Robert "Schpitz" Mueller, Bill Kloempken, Wendell Stuewe, Dennis Versmann