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Five high school baseball and softball teams from the First Coast make it to state

Bishop Kenny and St. Johns Country Day compete for state titles Saturday, while Baldwin and University Christian are playing in the softball state semis next week.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — They made their runs through the postseason and now they're ready to bring hardware back to the 904.

Five high school baseball and softball teams from the First Coast made it all the way to state.

St. Johns Country Day Baseball beat Westminster Academy 8-3 Thursday to advance to Saturday's 2A state title game versus Lakeland Christian. First pitch is set for 11am Saturday, May 20 in Fort Myers.

Bishop Kenny Baseball took down Tampa Jefferson 4-1 in Friday's 4A state semifinals and the Crusaders will face North Marion in Saturday's 4A state championship. First pitch is set for 5pm Saturday, May 20 in Fort Myers.

Providence Baseball lost 5-4 to Clearwater Calvary Christian in 10 innings in Friday's 3A state semifinals. The Stallions finish the season 25-5 overall.

In softball, Baldwin beat Episcopal 9-2 in Friday night's 1-3A regional final and the Indians punched their ticket back to the 3A final four for the second straight year.

The Indians play in the 3A state semifinals Tuesday, May 23 in Clermont.

University Christian got past Providence 8-3 in the 1-2A regional final and the Christians are headed to the 2A final four.

University Christian plays Foundation Academy out of Winter Garden Monday, May 22 at 4:30pm in the 2A state semifinals.

Baker County lost 2-0 at Wakulla in the 1-4A regional final, while Ridgeview's season ended with an 11-3 loss at Deltona in the 1-5A regional final.

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