A fluid schedule allowed the Henry County High School baseball team to squeeze in a game Friday with South Gibson at Huntingdon.

The Patriots dropped a 4-2 decision to the South Gibson Hornets to slip to 2-2 on the season. Henry County will be out of action for the next two weeks after the school system announced Friday that it would suspend all athletic events for the next two weeks.

The suspension of games includes middle school sports in Henry County. The Paris Special School District followed suit on Sunday in announcing school would be closed and all school activities were suspended during that time.

The Inman Middle School Bulldogs baseball team did get in four games during the weekend in the Hulmes Classic at McNeill Park. On Friday, the Bulldogs beat Huntingdon 7-5 and blanked Obion County 4-0. Inman scored an 11-1 victory over Union City on Saturday before falling 6-0 to South Gibson. Inman heads into its break with a 6-2-1 record.


               HORNETS 4, PATRIOTS 2

Henry County got only two hits in the contest but one was a two-run double by Owen Webb. John Carter Olive hit a single and scored a run for the Patriots.

Dillon Chico and Paul D. Atkins did the pitching for Henry County.



Ben Puckett delivered two hits, including a double, and drove in three runs. Javion Boyd, Micah Coumbe and JB Klutts drove in runs.

Carter Hedges, Klutts and Jackson Mosley did the pitching.



Puckett, Brock Archie, Martez Rack and Mason Shankel all had hits and RBIs against Obion County. Hedges and Truitt Webb added hits.

Shankel, Puckett and Hedges all pitched for Inman.



Ashton Kemp scored three runs while Puckett banged out three hits and drove in two runs. Hedges blasted a home run and added a hit to go with three RBIs. Rack contributed two hits.

Webb and Carter Thompson were the Bulldogs’ pitchers.



Hedges drilled a double and Puckett added a base hit for Inman in the loss to South Gibson.

Kemp and Coumbe were the Bulldogs’ pitchers.

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