Scioto Softball

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Ohio Governor Mike DeWine extended the current closure of our school buildings through the end of the school year due to COVID-19. We know these are challenging and unprecedented times in our country, and around the world. One of the components of the Dublin Difference is teaching students how to become great citizens, to give back, and to be kind to others. Our district has donated 3,360 N95 masks to Ohio Health. We are working on rounding up any and all supplies remaining in our schools that may have use in the medical community. On weekdays, we are delivering an average of 500 breakfasts and lunches to students in need of them and that service will continue.

Our Mission and Vision

Our Vision – At Dublin Scioto, we want to be the standard of excellence in high school softball.

Our Mission – Our main goal is to develop, administer and promote the sport of softball to provide opportunities for participation and the best possible experience for those involved.

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MEET THE COACHESlearn about the scioto softball coaches

New coach details coming soon!

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Varsity Assistant Coach

Coach Ott is entering her 4th season as Coach at Dublin Scioto High School, and this year will take over as Head Varsity Coach. She has previously served as pitching coach for all 3 years and has been the JV Head Coach, as well.

Brooke Ott

Brooke Ott

Varsity Head Coach

2019 will be the 34th season that Jim Amato has been coaching fast pitch softball. During that time he has coached at Bishop Watterson, Upper Arlington, Grandview Heights and Dublin Scioto. He has worked as JV Coach, Varsity Assistant and Varsity Head Coach.

Jim Amato

Jim Amato

Junior Varsity Head Coach

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GAME SUMMARIESread our most recent updates

Scioto Drops Both Ends Of The Triad

Saturday, May 5th / Really Far West Dublin ~ The Irish had a rough week, dropping 3 games by a combined score of 45-5.  They didn’t hit, they couldn’t field, and the pitching was less than stellar.  Saturday, the team turned a page.  In the two games they combined for 19 hits, score...

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Kilbourne Trounces Irish, To Split Battle Of Hard Road

Thursday, May 4th / East Dublin ~ Again, rain in the forecast made the game doubtful.  And again, the rains came while the host team Irish was warming up.  Kilbourne never got off the bus.  They sat on the bus and in fact were getting on another bus in anticipation of returning home when the rains stopped.  They dismounted, and promptly put a 13-3 butt-whooping on the Irish, getting a little revenge for the 12-4 thumping the Irish dealt back on April at the Wolves home field.  Again, maybe it should have kept raining… After a quick 1-2-3 top of the 1st, the Irish came to bat looking to ...

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Pacers Pound Out 19 Runs, Clobber Irish

Thursday, May 3rd / East Dublin ~ It didn’t even look like the game would take place with thunderstorms in the forecast all day.  The rains finally did come while both teams were warming up, but ended just as quickly as they started, and was just enough to knock the dust down and make t...

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