The Tri-City Diamonds went 6-0 to win the NSA 12B girls state softball championship this weekend in the Tri-Cities.
The Diamonds took the title Sunday afternoon at Columbia Playfield in Richland, beating the Spokane Crash 10-1 in the championship.
The Tri-City Thunder also won a state title, when it defeated the Washington Speed 13-5 at TRAC in Pasco to take the 10B championship.
The Thunder went 4-0.
In the 18U tournament, the Snohomish County Express took the state tile with a 9-1 win over the Spartans of Vancouver.
The Tri-City Fillies finished third, going 3-2.
In the 16A tournament, the Capitol Lady Outlaws of Olympia beat the Washington Havoc 5-1 in the title game.
It took the Skagit Valley Vipers two tries to beat the Kent Bulldogs in the championship of the 16B tournament, winning the4 deciding game by an 8-7 score.
In the 14A tournament, the Vancouver Attack edged the Edmonds Starz 97 by a 5-4 score in the title game.
The Skagit Valley Thunder beat the Washington Hurricanes Roberts 4-3 to take the title in the 29-team 14 B tournament.
In the 12 A tournament, the Olympia Bulldogs pounded the Washington Phoenix 97 11-1 in the title game.
The Blaze Intensity became the state 10A champs when they beat the Everett Express 2-1 in the title game.