The high school state tournaments wrapped up this weekend. Not one, but two local teams were crowned state champions.
The sixth seeded Genesee softball team was named the 1A softball state champions.
The bulldogs pulled off a come from behind win against the top seeded Potlatch Loggers, and then rallied once again to beat the Kendrick Tigers 10-5.
Their offense exploded, putting up a combined 28 runs. Then on the mound, Kendra Meyer pitched back to back complete games.
This is Genesee's first state title under seventh year head coach Brian Malcom.
Meanwhile, the Troy trojans baseball team are now back to back state champions. The trojans defeated the Clearwater Valley rams 10-0 in five innings.
It was Eli Stoner's RBI double into the left field gap that put the game away. He also stepped up big time on the mound, getting the trojans out of a bases loaded jam.
Even more remarkable, the trojans won it all this year, but with a different head coach than last season.
The trojans finished the season with a 16-4 overall record, and capped off the year with another state title.