HAMILTON COUNTY-The 2011 National Softball Association Girls Fast Pitch "B" World

Series will be held in Hamilton County, Ind. from July 25 to July 30. The tournament will be

held at various sites including the following: Fishers High School, Olio fields, Noblesville

High School, Oaklandon Softball Complex, Hamilton South Eastern High School and Cherry Tree

Softball Complex. Nearly 4,000 athletes and 12,000 spectators are expected to attend this year's

tournament.

 

"The Hamilton County Sports Authority is very excited to assist Fishers Youth Softball in

hosting the 2011 NSA Fast Pitch "B" World Series," said William Knox, Directors

of Hamilton County Sports Authority. "Events like this allow Hamilton County to showcase

our first-class facilities and demonstrate organizers we can accommodate high caliber

events."

 

Over 265 teams will participate in the 8-16 age groups. With 16,000 visitors coming to Hamilton

County, the tournament is expected to produce an estimated $5.9 million in direct spending.

 

Opening ceremonies for the tournament will begin on Monday, July 25 with the championship game

scheduled for Friday, July 29. There is no cost of admission, and parking will be available at

all tournament site locations.

 

The National Softball Association was founded in 1982 and offers a division of play and

competition for both youth and adults. For more information on the tournament, please visit

HamiltonCountySports.com/nsa