Regular season baseball action came to a close for the Henry County Patriots middle school team during a 13-4 victory at Camden on Tuesday.
The Patriots are now 15-2 on the season and are waiting to learn the pairings for a postseason tournament that is set for this weekend.
On Tuesday, the Patriots scored one run in the second inning, while adding one run in both the fourth and fifth innings. A 10-run outburst in the sixth inning provided the winning margin.
Camden’s Lions scored one first-inning run before getting two runs in the second stanza and one in the fifth frame.
Henry County’s offense was paced by Chase Cameron with two hits, including a double. He drove in two runs. Colby Stallings also belted a double and knocked in two runs. Jack Todd contributed two hits with Austin Gasper driving in three runs with a hit.
The Patriots aided their scoring ability by stealing 10 bases in the game. Cameron, Brock Beddies and Dylan Farris all stole two bases in the contest.
Evan Keatts pitched the first 1 1/3 innings, allowing three earned runs on two hits and three walks. He had three strikeouts. Todd pitched three innings, giving up an unearned run on one hit and a walk. He fanned six.
Cameron finished the win by pitching 1 2/3 innings. He had five strikeouts and walked two.