The 2013 Minnesota state baseball finals are taking shape, with a few upsets on this semi-final Friday.
In Class 3A play Friday, Mounds View eliminated top-seeded Coon Rapids, 9-4, to earn a trip to the title game.
The Mustangs will play Rocori in the championship game. The Spartans took advantage of five errors to beat Minnetonka, 4-1.
In 2A, Kasson-Mantorville defeated top seed St. Cloud Cathedral, 2-0. In the other 2A semi-final, Perham beat Watertown-Mayer, 5-3, to advance to Monday's final.
In 1A play, unranked BOLD of Olivia knocked off defending champion St. Agnes, 12-4, Friday. Osakis also advanced to the 1A title game, with a 3-0 victory over New York Mills.
All three championship games will be held Monday at Target Field.
In Class 1A, BOLD junior Logan Sandgren also pitched a no-hitter as his team buried top seed Wabasha-Kellogg, 13-0. The game went just six innings, however, due to the 10-run rule.
In Class 2A, top seed St. Cloud Cathedral downed Luverne, 4-1, to advance. Junior pitcher Jeff Fasching was one out away from throwing a no-hitter in that one. But Luverne's Gunnar Olson singled with two outs in the top of the seventh inning to stop Fasching's bid.