>>SOUTHERN INDIANA —
Clarksville’s Amber Wingler continued her torrid pitching this week, fanning 14 batters on Friday in a 5-0 win over Madison at Tim Hauber Field.
Wingler, who had a no-hitter on Monday and struck out 13 batters on Thursday, allowed four hits in the win over the Cubs.
“She pitched four in a row this week coming back from strep throat and she wasn’t as sharp as she has been, but she was still obviously very effective,” said Clarksville coach Tim Hauber.
Alex Conklin went 2-for-3 with a run for the Generals (7-6).
• Hornets edge Eastern: Henryville smacked three doubles as it defeated visiting Pekin Eastern on Friday, 5-3.
Ashley Dickerson, Amanda Embry and Sarah Richey all had doubles for the Hornets, who overcame five errors in the field to improve to 11-4.
The Hornets have a split doubleheader on Saturday against Class 4A No. 1 Castle and Jasper in Jasper.
• Cville takes down CAI: Deahna Welcher, Jackie Slaten and Jamie WIlkerson swept the three singles matches, helping Clarksville to a 4-1 victory over Christian Academy of Indiana.
Welcher, Slaten and Wilkerson lost a combined six games in sweeping the singles positions in straight sets. The Generals also won No. 2 doubles, with Jessica Riley and Dom Hart beating Katie Myers and Emily Thompson, 6-1, 6-0.
The Warriors’ lone win was by Emily Hoffer and Abbigail Uhl at No. 1 singles
• Borden sweeps Hornets: The Braves didn’t drop a single set as they managed a 5-0 win over Henryville.
Erin Mikel, Allison Rademacher and Erika Frascella took victories in the singles spots for Borden. In double, Jordan Cook and Kelli Holtshouser won at No. 1 while Morgan Mast and Paige Kruer were winners at No. 2.
Borden improved to a perfet 4-0 on the season with the victory, including a 3-0 mark in the Southern Athletic Conference.
• Eastern beats New Wash: New Washington’s Lindsey Krohn scored an impressive 6-1, 6-0 victory over India Heady at No. 1 singles, but Eastern claimed the remaining four spots in the match for a 4-1 victory.
“Lindsay came out and dominated her spot today,” said New Wash coach Wayne Davis, who also lauded No. 2 singles player Kala Dieterlen, who lost in three sets. “I’m really proud of Kala because she fought hard in losing her three set match. She could have easily withdrew because early in the third set she strained a leg muscle but she told me matter of factly that she wasn't coming off the court She’s a competitor.