Friday, May 21, 1999
Fairfield only local district softball champ
The Cincinnati Enquirer
Fairfield was the only Cincinnati fast-pitch softball team to claim a District championship on Thursday with five others eliminated from the tournament.
However, McNicholas battled Springfield South to a 5-5 tie in a game suspended after nine innings by darkness. It will be played to completion today starting at 4 p.m.
Fairfield 5, Clayton Northmont 4 (12), Division I District at Wright State University Kyla Chaney drew a walk and scored the winning run on a wild pitch in 12th inning.
This came after the Thun derbolts, aided by three Fairfield errors, scored four unearned runs in the seventh inning to force extra innings.
Springfield Kenton Ridge 7, Deer Park 0, Division II District at Rumpke Park Freshman Molly Binz limited Deer Park to one hit and struck out 14 to lead No. 3 Kenton Ridge to the district title.
Bellbrook 14, Hamilton Badin 3, Division II District at Rumpke Park Bellbrook took advantage of four walks and a hit batter to score five runs in the second inning.
Springfield Northwest ern 7, Little Miami 0, Division II District at Rumpke Park Undefeated in 12 previous outings, Northwestern pitcher Britney Nawman was too much, limiting Little Miami to two hits.
Southeastern 20, Williamsburg 0, Division III District at Dayton Delco Park Southeastern's Stephanie Campbell hit a three-run homer run to trigger a six-run second inning rally.
Triad 5, Waynesville 2, Division III District at Dayton Delco Park Jenna Burton homered and struck out nine for the complete-game victory. Triad rallied for two runs in the both the third and fourth in nings.
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