University (23-0) is the last team standing, bidding to become Volusia-Flagler's first state softball champion.
ORANGE CITY — University will have to wait another day to try and keep its perfect season alive.
The Titans' regional semifinal contest with Orange Park Oakleaf was suspended Tuesday due to weather after the completion of the first inning. The game resumed Wednesday afternoon with no score in the top of the second.
Grace Taylor struck out two Oakleaf hitters in a perfect opening frame, and Aminah Vega drew a walk but was stranded on second base.
University began the day with a 23-0 record and is aiming to become the first Volusia-Flagler program to win a state softball championship.
Windermere Prep 5, Taylor 0Gracie Wallace tossed a two-hitter with 10 strikeouts, sophomore star Mia Williams had three hits, a run scored and a stolen base and Windermere Prep (23-1) notched its 20th shutout of the season.
Deanna Cunningham and Ava Ramos provided the lone hits for the Wildcats, who end the season with a 19-4 record. Averi Harcus allowed nine hits and three earned runs, striking out two and walking one.
Middleburg 8, Matanzas 5Middleburg rallied from an early 2-0 hole by scoring three runs apiece in the second and third innings, ousting Matanzas in a Region 1-5A semifinal.
The host Broncos (15-14) will travel to either Gulf Breeze or Pace on Friday. They tallied eight hits and five walks against junior pitcher Emma Wood.
Embry-Riddle signee Lovie Haley went 3 for 4 with a double and three RBIs for the Pirates (12-10). Alyssa Payne added two hits, two runs scored and a stolen base.