Boiling Springs completed a dominant run through the postseason and 32-1 campaign in downing Summerville, 11-0, Tuesday night and claiming the 4A state softball championship.
The Lady Bulldogs rode the hitting and pitching of Taylor Cabe in registering their fifth shutout of the postseason in which they outscored their opponents, 68-6.
Boiling Springs got home runs from Katie Jacoby and Webber Roberts in addition to Cabe in wrapping-up the best-of-three series in two games.
Crescent did the same in its 2A state title series, winning 8-1 at Waccamaw, and wins the school's 19th softball state championship all time.
The Lady Tigers built an early 4-0 lead and rode the pitching of Brittany Hoskins to the triumph.
In other softball, Union County eliminated Seneca with a 13-8 win in the 3A upper state playoffs and now the Lady Yellow Jackets travel to Daniel Thursday evening where the Lady Lions need just one victory to get the upper state crown.
In 1A, Dixie extended its championship series to a third and deciding game with East Clarendon with an 8-1 win. Their deciding games will be played in the Columbia area Friday night.
Chesnee had its 2A state championship baseball series pushed to a third game as the Eagles fell at Bishop England, 3-1. The two will decide the title at Chapin Friday at 7pm.
St. Joe's stayed alive in its 1A series, downing Latta 8-0. Those two play the deciding game in their series Friday night at Spring Valley at 7:30.