MADISON, Wis. (WBAY) - The Oshkosh North High School softball team has finished the 2019 season with a perfect 31-0 record.
Oshkosh North defeated Sun Prairie 4-2 in nine innings in the WIAA Division 1 State Title game at Goodman Field in Madison, Wis.
Oshkosh North senior pitcher Sydney Supple, a Northwestern commit threw all nine innings while striking out 11 and giving four hits and 1 earned run.
Supple who was also named the Wisconsin Gatorade Player of the Year for the third straight season last week brought in a run in the fifth inning.
After going into extra innings tied 2-2, Sun Prairie dropped a pop up in center field allowing Mathena Higgins to score from third to take a 3-2 lead. Sophie Avercamp then brought in another run on a single to left center.
This marks Oshkosh North's first D1 softball state title in school history.
In a 9-inning thriller Oshkosh North defeats defending-champion Sun Prairie 4-2 to claim their first-ever Softball State Title in their first-ever Championship game appearance! Congratulations on your State Title & an undefeated season, Spartans! 🥎 🏆 #wiaasb #StateChamps pic.twitter.com/Mx4LXgiqzu— WIAA State Tournaments (@wiaawistate) June 9, 2019