Play in the Division I district softball tournament May 11 included a trio of no-hitters.

Play in the Division I district softball tournament May 11 included a trio of no-hitters.

Westerville Central High School's Nicole Peak pitched a no-hitter in a 12-0 win in five innings against visiting Westland.

She struck out six and allowed just a walk in the fourth inning, which was followed by a double play as she faced the minimum of 15 batters.

The fifth-seeded Warhawks will play seventh-seeded Marysville or 45th-seeded Zanesville in a district semifinal May 16 at a neutral site to be determined.

Central Crossing's Emily Gant pitched a no-hitter in a 9-0 win against visiting Reynoldsburg. She struck out 17 and walked just one.

The 10th-seeded Comets will play ninth-seeded Hilliard Bradley in a district semifinal May 16 at a neutral site to be determined.

Delaware Hayes' Madison Huck threw a no-hitter with 13 strikeouts and homered as the top-seeded Pacers cruised past 36th-seeded Logan 11-0 in five innings.

Huck pitched to one batter over the minimum, finishing a hit batter away from a perfect game.

The Pacers will play 26th-seeded Olentangy Liberty in a district semifinal May 16 at a neutral site to be determined.