Three Vernon Parish teams will make the trip to Sulphur to compete for a state title this weekend.
Evans and Simpson will compete for the Class C Championship, and Rosepine is aiming for the Class 2A Championship.
No. 1 Evans takes on Summerfield at 5 p.m. on Thursday at Field 17 following a 19-4 regular season.
Summerfield went 6-17 en route to its No. 9 seeding but is making back-to-back playoff appearances.
This is the first time Evans has been to state since 1998, but head coach Floyd Stark will have his squad ready to play.
The Lady Eagles led by Kaitlyn Jeane, Anna Martinez, Paige Boyd and Jewel Sharbeno in the top of the order.
Kristi Jeane picked up the win in the circle in the district round and could pitch again in the quarterfinal round.
No. 3 Simpson takes on No. 6 Saline in the quarterfinals at 5 p.m. Thursday at Field 19.
The Lady Broncos are led by Emily Collins on the mound, who has pitched a perfect game this season against Hicks earlier this season.
Simpson made it to state last season, falling in the quarterfinal round 3-1 to eventual state champion Plainview, and in 2010 before last season.
Saline went 14-7 this season, according to the Louisiana High School Athletic Association Power Rankings.
No. 7 Rosepine will have to pull of some upsets to take the Class 2A crown.
The Lady Eagles take on No. 2 Kinder in the first round at 5 p.m. on Friday on Field 20.
Rosepine fell 7-5 to No. 4 and eventual state champion Mangham last season in the state semifinals.
The senior-led Lady Eagles have the ability to score in bunches using power and putting pressure on the defenses by putting the ball into play.
Leading the offense for Rosepine is led by Haylee Brinlee, Kelsey Gill and Desiree Squires, while Chloe Bennet is the teams go-to pitcher in the circle.
Kinder went 23-4 in the regular season to claim to the No. 2 seed in 2A.