High School Fastpitch Tournament Today In LaSalle

Michaela Rilett goes full out to knock down a Conestoga hit when the Condors visited the St Clair Saints in OCAA softball action at St Clair College in Windsor, Ontario, on 24 September 2016. Photo by Ian Shalapata.

Michaela Rilett goes full out to knock down a Conestoga hit when the Condors visited the St Clair Saints in OCAA softball action at St Clair College in Windsor, Ontario, on 24 September 2016.
Photo by Ian Shalapata.

(LaSALLE, ON) – The Windsor Lancers and the St Clair Saints fastpitch teams are hosting the first ever Windsor and Essex County High School Fastball Show Case Tournament today at the Turtle Club Park in LaSalle.

The increasingly popular Olympic sport of fastball is now being played at the high school level in Windsor and Essex County. The tournament, hosted by St Clair coach Doug Wiseman and Lancer coach Paul Scott, is being held to showcase the many talented female fastball athletes in this area.

Teams will play 7-inning games which will be capped at 1 hour and 10 minutes, and the international tie-breaker will be utilized in the event of a draw after regulation.

Games begin at 10:00am.

Women's Fastpitch between the Windsor Lancers and Laurier Golden Hawks at Turtle Club Park in Windsor, Ontario, on 8 October 2016. Leslee Ward hauls in a throw to 3rd to prevent the runner from advancing home.Photo by John Skinner.

Women’s Fastpitch between the Windsor Lancers and Laurier Golden Hawks at Turtle Club Park in Windsor, Ontario, on 8 October 2016. Leslee Ward hauls in a throw to 3rd to prevent the runner from advancing home.
Photo by John Skinner.

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