Gaels' State Championships (9)
(Scores, summaries)
NOTE: Gorman is 27-1 in state tournament games.

2006
Bishop Gorman 5, Galena 3
Bishop Gorman 9, Silverado 8 (9)
Bishop Gorman 2, Silverado 1 (championship)
(Gorman's first state baseball title in the school's 52-year history.)

2007
Bishop Gorman 6, Galena 2
Bishop Gorman 10, Arbor View 1
Bishop Gorman 4, Galena 3 (8) (championship)


2008
Bishop Gorman 7, Bishop Manogue 6
(Gorman scored three in b7 to walk-off)
Bishop Gorman 13, Reno 0 (5)
Bishop Gorman 8, Green Valley 3 (championship)
(Gorman scored five in b6 to break tie)


2009
Bishop Gorman 2, Green Valley 1 (8)
Bishop Gorman 8, Douglas 0
Bishop Gorman 3, Cimarron-Memorial 1 (championship)
(Gorman won 35 straight at one time, a state record. The Gaels were declared national champion)


2010
Bishop Gorman 14, Reno 1 (5)
Bishop Gorman 24, Galena 22
(Gorman, trailing 22-10 in b5 with one out, scored 10, then plated four in sixth to win. Senior
Johnny Field and freshman Kenny Meimerstorf had seven RBIs each with both hitting a pair of three-run homers.)
Rancho 4, Bishop Gorman 2
(Sophomore
Joey Gallo, despite allowing just two earned runs and having a seven-inning CG, was the losing pitcher.)
Bishop Gorman 13, Rancho 0 (5) (championship)
(
Johnny Field hit a "home run" that hit high on a light pole over the fence and bounced back. The umps got confused and said the ball hit the fence. Field was awarded a double.)

2011
Bishop Gorman 9, Green Valley 7
Bishop Gorman 13, Rancho 2 (5)
Bishop Gorman 10, Green Valley 0 (5) (championship)
(Gorman was declared national champion.)


2012
Bishop Gorman 9, McQueen 7
Bishop Gorman 7, Reno 6
Bishop Gorman 11, Coronado 1 (championship)

(Gaels' seventh straight title. Gorman was declared the national champion.)

2015
Bishop Gorman 7, Arbor View 4
Bishop Gorman 10, Reno 2
Bishop Gorman 6, Green Valley 5 (championship)


2023
Bishop Gorman 10, Damonte Ranch 0 (6)
Bishop Gorman 12, Desert Oasis 2 (5)
Bishop Gorman 10, Desert Oasis 1 (championship)
(Gorman finished 35-2, losing the two games by one run each. 24 straight wins to end the season. The Gaels placed third in the nation.)