By GREG MENGELT
> SOUTHERN INDIANA —
Alli Webster threw a one-hit shutoutand went 3 for 4 with a pair of home runs in Charlestown’s 8-0 win over Henryville on Wednesday.
Webster struck out five Hornets and had four RBIs.
Alyssa Price also went 3 for 4. She had two doubles, a home run and three runs knocked in.
“We hit the ball very well against a talented Henryville team,” Charlestown coach Kevin Zollman said.
NEXT: Charlestown (16-3) hosts Southwestern, tonight; Henryville at Austin, tonight.
• Clarksville rallies past Rebels: Trailing 1-0 in the fourth, Alli Sparkman tripled and scored on a Brooke Lucas sacrifice fly to put host Clarksville even with South Central.
One inning later, the Generals scored three times and went on to a 4-1 victory.
Bailey Sharp held the Rebels to one run on one hit and struck out 10.
“She pitched pretty well,” Clarksville coach Tim Hauber said. “She was in command pretty much the whole game.”
Sparkman went 2 for 3 and Sharp had a double for the Generals.
NEXT: Clarksville (9-13) hosts New Albany, Thursday.
• Pioneers drop Madison: Providence scored five times in the third inning to take a 7-3 lead over Madison en route to a 9-5 victory.
Lillian Hughes went 2 for 3 with three runs batted in and Morgan Boone and Meredith Endris each with 2 for 3 with a pair of runs. Jordyn Stingel had a double for the Pioneers.
Kristan Markland picked up the win without surrendering an earned run in three innings.
NEXT: Providence (18-8) hosts Salem, Friday.
• Generals second in three way: Clarksville shot a 201 to finish second at a three-way meet with North Harrison and Austin at Wooded View on Wednesday.
North Harrison won the meet with 165. Nick Cappola led the Generals with a 39.
NEXT: Clarksville at Mid-Southern Conference, Saturday at Wooded View.
• Pioneers whip Scottsburg: Providence scored 17 runs in the first two innings and beat Scottsburgh 19-1 on Wednesday. George Knott and Cristian Ensley each had triples for the Pioneers. Nick Campbell and Jon Davis had a double apiece. Austin Dickey earned the victory on the mound.
On Tuesday, Davis was the winning pitcher and helped his cause with a home run in Providence’s 7-2 win at Austin. Davis and teammates Justin Starr and Dickey each collected two hits.
NEXT: Providence vs. Corydon Central at New Albany Stan Sajko Invitational, 7:30 p.m.