This past Friday and Saturday was a continuation of the regular season from last year, as the Fairfield Lions won twice in as many nights by defeating the Manchester Greyhounds and the East Clinton Astros.
From start to finish, the Adena Lady Warriors controlled every aspect of the 2023-24 season opener Wednesday night, as the host Fairfield Lady Lions fell to the visitors from the Scioto Valley Conference, 53-19 at Grandle Gymnasium.
Fairfield hired a head coach this offseason, that being Jennifer Blue, and there is a lot to look forward to for the upcoming 2023-24 season as the new-look Lady Lions want to gain valuable experience this season with their new head coach.
Fairfield Athletic Director James Barnett announced Thursday the official signing of Fairfield Lady Lions softball senior Caitlyn Quickle to play Division I college softball for the Valparaiso University Beacons of the Missouri Valley Conference in Valparaiso, Ind.
It wasn’t easy for the Lynchburg-Clay Lady Mustangs and Fairfield Lady Lions, who battled cold and windy conditions, plus a quick sprinkle of snow on Halloween night, Tuesday, Oct. 31, in their Division III Regional Final game.
Following 80 minutes of regulation soccer, including a 40-minute scoreless second half, all it took for the Fairfield Lady Lions was one final goal — though it took a little long for the officials to make a ruling — by Fairfield senior Kennedy Zink to crown the Lady Lions champions of the Southeast District for the first time in program history, defeating Minford, 2-1 at Valley High School.
With the busy and stressful times of harvest, Fairfield FFA members wanted to do something to help thank our local farmers for all they do. Fairfield FFA held their second annual Feed a Farmer event Oct. 18.
It took only one goal and a lot of aggressive defense, but the Fairfield Lions overcame their past in district semifinal games with a one-goal win over the No. 7 seeded Eastern Lady Warriors in their Division III SE District Semifinal game Monday night at Hillsboro High School.
The No. 2 seeded Fairfield Lady Lions are sectional champions in Division III of the SE District, and they did so by defeating the visiting No. 15 seeded Piketon Redstreaks, 10-0 in one half of soccer at FHS.
The Fairfield Lady Lions are champions of the Division II Southern Hills Athletic Conference, as they finished the regular season with a 12-1 SHAC record after defeating the Whiteoak Lady Wildcats Thursday night.