ment at the Inman Middle School gymnasium on Thursday night when Clarksville Christian School visited for girls’ and boys’ basketball games. The Centurions rallied late in the fourth quarter to pin a 30-27 loss on Inman’s Lady Bulldogs, but the Bulldogs answered with a 39-16 victory in the boys’ contest. It was Inman’s boys second straight win after beating Milan 29-18 on Monday to improve to 3-7 on the season. The Lady Bulldogs slip to 6-5. Inman’s teams will be back in action at 6 p.m. on Tuesday at Three Oaks in Dyersburg. The Lady Bulldogs and Bulldogs will remain on the road next Thursday with a game at long-time rival Martin Middle School. CENTURIONS 30, LADY BULLDOGS 27 Inman carried a five-point lead into the fourth quarter, but Clarksville Christian battled back to grab the lead at 28-27 on a drive by Mia Muiznicks. The Centruions added another basket before the fourth period ended to win by a 30-27 margin. Inman opened the game smoothly by taking a 10-5 first-quarter lead thanks to six points from Fayth England and four more from Na’Kiyah Moore. Clarksville Christian won the scoring battle in the second quarter by a 6-4 margin to trim Inman’s halftime lead to 14-11. Moore and Izyia Montgomery both had baskets for Inman in the second period. Both teams scored well in the third quarter with Inman managing a 13-11 edge to push their lead to 27-22. Olivia Kendall scored four points for the Lady Bulldogs in the third period. For the game, Moore paced Inman’s girls in scoring with nine points. England added eight and Kendall finished with four. Scoring two points each were Montgomery, Janna Harrod and Lily Morris. The Centurions’ leading scorer was Lauren Hassell with 14 points. She is the daughter of former Clarksville High School, Austin Peay State University and NBA standout Trenton Hassell. Trenton Hassell is the head coach for Clarksville Christian’s high school girls’ team. Clarksville Christian also got six points from Zoe White while both Muiznicks and Maddy Morgan scored four points. Marley Key chipped in two points. BULLDOGS 39, CENTURIONS 16 Inman’s boys ran out to a 15-2 lead on Clarksville Christian in the first period. Dalton Raymer hit a 3-point shot and scored five points for the first period while Martez Rack added four points. The Bulldogs followed up with an 8-2 scoring edge in the second frame to hold a 23-4 halftime advantage. Jacob Davis hit two 3-pointers and scored all eight of Inman’s points in the second period. The scoring pace stayed nearly the same in the third quarter with Inman’s 8-3 edge giving the Bulldogs a 31-7 lead. Bryce Raymer hit a 3-point shot for the Bulldogs while Carson Curd also scored three points. Clarksville Christian managed to outscore Inman 9-8 in the fourth quarter, but the Bulldogs easily won 39-16. Kendrick Moore hit a 3-pointer for Inman in the fourth period. Ten players scored points for the Bulldogs in the win. Davis led the way with eight points while both Curd and Dalton Raymer added five points. Rack and Kayden Kendall put in four points each. Both Moore and Bryce Raymer finished with three points. Scoring two points each were Ashton Kemp, Peyton Littleton and Levi Peale. Jathan Harper chipped in one point. Clarksville Christian got six points each from Caleb Lawton and Brody Cardwell. Luke Fugus added four points. INMAN 29, MILAN 18 In Monday’s boys’ game between two schools with the Bulldogs nickname, Inman got out to an 8-5 first-quarter lead. Curd hit a 3-point shot while Kemp also scored three points. A 6-2 scoring edge in the second period built Inman’s lead to 14-7 at halftime. Kemp, Dalton Raymer and Kendall all scored two points in the second frame. Inman battled for a 9-7 scoring edge in the third period to push their lead to 23-14. Davis hit for five points, including a 3-point shot. In the fourth quarter, Inman outscored Milan 6-4 to finish with a 29-18 victory. Curd hit four of six from the free throw line in the last period to seal the win for the Bulldogs. Dalton Raymer topped Inman’s scoring list with eight points while Curd tossed in seven. Both Kemp and Davis finished with five points. Kendall and Harper chipped in two points each. Milan got an 11-point performance from Dee Kelley while Sean Hunt scored four points and Nants Lickliter hit a 3-pointer.