Haidyn Berry's strong performance in the circle led Webb City to a 10-0 runrule win over Branson in Central Ozark Conference action at Webb City High School.
Webb City improved to 9-1 on the season and 4-0 in the conference.
A junior, Berry struck out 12, walked none and scattered seven singles in a five-inning shutout. Berry (6-1) struck out the side in both the first and second innings.
Webb City took a 1-0 lead in the first inning on Stacy Tyndall's run-scoring triple to left field. After a weather delay, the Cardinals added two runs in the second, as pinch runner Morgan Brannon scored on an error before Peyton Hawkins smacked an RBI single to center.
After Branson stranded the bases loaded in the third, the Cardinals extended their lead in the bottom half, as Taylor Harris hit a three-run double to left and then charged home on an error.
Run-scoring doubles from Tyndall and Berry gave the Cardinals a 9-0 lead in the fourth. Webb City pushed across a single tally in the fifth to end the game early due to the runrule.
Tyndall had three hits for Webb City, while Hawkins, Berry and Kaylyn Gilbert added two hits apiece. Harris drove in three runs, while Hawkins and Tyndall had two RBI apiece.
Webb City begins play at the Winnetonka Tournament today.