GREENVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) — Of the high school baseball and softball teams still in the state playoffs, only eight from Eastern North Carolina remained going into Thursday.

Now, that list is down to six.

The teams still alive going into the fourth round of the playoffs included

Baseball: Greene Central (Class 2-A), Camden County (2-A), J.H. Rose (3-A), Northern Nash (3-A)

Softball: Northside (1-A), Pamlico County (1-A), North Duplin (1-A), Camden County (2-A)

Rose, Greene Central baseball win, Conley, South Central softball fall

Teams still playing are halfway toward winning a state championship. After the fourth round, teams advance to regional round play that ends with the state championships.

Three area teams played Thursday to avoid the threat of bad weather on Friday. Greene Central, the Class 2-A No. 2 seed, hosted No. 3 seed South Granville. Pamlico County’s softball team hosted its Class 1-A game Thursday against No. 4 North Duplin.

Greene Central saw its season end at 22-4 with a 15-0 loss to South Granville. The Vikings got four runs in the first inning then sealed it with a nine-run sixth inning. The game was called after six innings due to the 10-run mercy rule.

North Duplin, the No. 4 seed, went to Pamlico County and won a 13-5 decision. The Rebels (23-4) also used a big inning to end it, scoring eight runs in the top of the seventh to top Pamlico County (21-2).

Keep up with the schedule and scores here. WNCT will be providing round-by-round coverage and highlights leading up to the June 3-4 state championships. You can find the schedules and results below.

NCHSAA baseball playoff brackets, results

Class 1A | Class 2A | Class 3A | Class 4A

NCHSAA softball playoff brackets, results

Class 1A Class 2A Class 3A Class 4A