Fairfield Senior Girls Varsity Softball

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We dubbed our 2020 season the SEASON OF QUARENTINE.  Although we had to say goodbye to our seniors Maiah Hodge and Lauren Lackey, we look forward to 2021 with anticipation to get back on our field on Nilles Rd.

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HANNAH MILLER – Softball “The senior threw a five-inning perfect game against Princeton April 8 at Fairfield and followed it up April 30 with a 4 2/3 perfect inning effort before hitting a batter. She then got the next girl to ground out to complete a no-hitter. She retired 29 straight Vikings before the HBP.” Voting

Athlete of the Week Apr 22 – Apr 28 – NATALIE ELLIOTT (SR) – Softball

    “Natalie is a 3-year starter and has caught 5 different pitchers over her years behind the plate.  Natalie hit her first career home run in the Hamilton game.  She is 2nd on the team in batting average with a .429, 3rd on the team in total hits with 21.  She is solid behind the

Softball blanks Oak Hills 6-0 to complete the season sweep, team now 13-4

The varsity softball team defeated Oak Hills yesterday 6-0. Leading hitters were Seniors Lindsey Mitchell 2 for 4 with a triple, Jordan Shotwell 3 for 4 with a triple, Kayla Wooton 2 for 3 with a double . Freshman Breiley Proffitt was 2 for 3. Mitchell got the win in the circle striking out 6

Athlete of the Week Apr 8 – Apr 14 – HANNAH MILLER (SR) – Softball  

  “Hannah achieved what only 2 other pitchers in our program history have achieved by pitching a Perfect Game on April 8, 2019 versus Princeton.  A perfect game is defined as where no player reached base the entire game.  Hannah also pitched in our win against Mason.  She has a .444 batting average, has 16 hits

Softball downs Sycamore 13-0 in 5 innings, Miller K’s 5, Hodge leads offense

The varsity softball team racked up their 11th win defeating Sycamore 13-0 in 5 innings.  Hannah Miller took the win on the mound striking out 5.  Junior Maiah Hodge led the offense going 2 for 2 with a double and 4 RBi’s.  Senior Maddie Schaeffer doubled and Senior Lindsey Mitchell went 2 for 2.  Freshman