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Panthers edge Bobcats 4-3 to open series

May 1, 2014

Cole Henson pitches for French Camp against Bogue Chitto on Thursday. (Photo by Paige Rabun)

FRENCH CAMP – Cole Henson wasn't going to let a little soreness in his pitching hand force him out of the game.
After a hard hit baseball hit his hand in the fourth inning, Henson went to the dugout for a little bit of treatment.
He didn't stay in the dugout.
Henson returned to the mound and went the distance to help the French Camp Panthers win a 4-3 decision at Charles A Rich Field over the Bogue Chitto Bobcats in the first game of the Class A second round series.

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