The Braves scored two runs in the first inning on Crawford Taylor's two-run double and added another run in the third when Austin Baker, who reached base on a walk, touched home plate following back-to-back singles by Trey Holstein and Baylor Agan.
Brant Smith doubled in the fourth and later scored to pull the Padres to within 3-1. The Braves pushed the lead back to three after Taylor singled and then scored after singles by Holstein and Agan and a fielder's choice by David Seanor.
The Padres tied the score 4-4 in the fifth when Garrett Geros reached on an error, Jaylen Knowles drew a walk and Frye hit a two-RBI triple and then scored.
The go-ahead run came in the sixth when Walker Jones drew a walk and eventually rounded the bases on a single by Knowles and Frye's walkoff hit.
Leading the way for the Padres were: Frye, four hits (triple, double), run, three RBIs; Smith, one hit (double), two walks, run; Knowles, one hit, walk, run; Geros, walk, run; Jones, walk, run; and Kurtis Feanny, walk.
Offensive contributors for the Braves were: Taylor, three hits, run, two RBIs; Agan, two hits, walk, RBI; Byers Murray, two hits, run; Holstein, two hits; J.P. Martin, one hit, two walks, run; Jackson Lovette, one hit; Baker, two walks, run; and Hayes Miller, walk.
Frye pitched three innings with 56 pitches and four strikeouts and Smith went four innings with 64 pitches and four strikeouts. Braves' pitchers were Martin (four innings, 75 pitches, 10 strikeouts) and Miller (one inning, 10 pitches) and Murray (two innings, 36 pitches, two strikeouts).
Below are other Cartersville Little League games from last Monday.
Dodgers 4, Crackers 3
Several lead changes marked the Dodgers-Crackers game, with the Dodgers going on to nip their opponent, 4-3.
The Crackers took a 1-0 lead in the top of the first when Will Bentley singled and then scored on Joshua Mayo's hit. Trey Harkins' single in the bottom half of the inning tied the game for the Dodgers.
Logan Gates hit his way onto the basepaths in the second and later scored on a wild pitch to put the Dodgers ahead 2-1. Mayo factored into another of his team's runs in the fourth after reaching base on an error and then scoring on a pitch that squirted past the catcher.
The Crackers' regained the lead, 3-2, on Chris Davis' groundout, which plated Evan Dasher, who singled in the sixth.
Matthew Greene's double knotted the score at 3-all, and the Dodgers' final run came after Trevor Lawrence, who drew a walk, raced home on a wild pitch.
The Dodgers' offensive contributions came from: Mayo, two hits (triple), run, RBI; Bentley, one hit, run; Dasher, one hit, run; Davis, walk, hit by a pitch, RBI; and J.T. Mitchell, walk.
Max Rohland's three-hit day led the Padres; he also scored a run. Others who delivered while at the plate included: Lawrence, two hits, walk, run; Harkins, one hit, run, RBI; Greene, one hit (double), RBI; Gates, one hit, run; Reggie Huskins, one hit; Jon Guerrero, walk; Clay Ross, walk; Tyler Dover, walk; and Keaun Thomas, walk.
Lawrence pitched five innings with 87 pitches and 14 strikeouts for the Dodgers and Harkins pitched one inning with 10 pitches.
For the Crackers, Levi Pickel pitched four innings with 87 pitches and six strikeouts, Mitchell pitched two innings with 25 pitches and one strikeout and Bentley pitched one inning with four pitches.
Indians 4, Phillies 3
The Indians put two runs up on the scoreboard early and added another pair to regain the lead last week in their 4-3 victory over the Phillies.
After taking a 2-0 lead on Dalton Southern's two-run double in the top of the first, the Indians watched as the Phillies got those runs back and then some in the bottom half of the first for a one-run lead.
Khase Willis and Blane Belisario both singled for the Phillies, and both players came around to score on Jordon Wells' double. Wells scored as well, on Bailey Ward's groundout, as the team took a 3-2 lead.
Dax Edwards scored for the Indians after being hit by a pitch to pull the Indians into a 3-3 tie in the third, and Ian Inaba proved to be the game-winning run following a Phillies error that allowed him on base.
Reaching base for the Indians were: Dalton Southern, one hit (double), walk, two RBIs; Inaba, one hit, walk, run; Edwards, walk, hit by a pitch (twice), run; Peyton Willoughby, hit by a pitch (twice), run; and John Gulisano, walk.
Producing on offense for the Phillies were: Wells, one hit (double), run, two RBIs; Belisario, one hit, walk, run; Willis, one hit, run; Nick Root, one hit; Ward, RBI; Josh Holmes, walk; Reece Thompson, walk; and Jordan Blackmon, hit by a pitch.
Inaba pitched three innings with 57 pitches and three strikeouts for the Indians; Edwards went two innings with 23 pitches and one strikeout; and Dylan Webb struck out a couple in two innings as he tallied 29 pitches.
Pitchers for the Phillies were Blackmon (three innings, 48 pitches, three strikeouts) and Root (four innings, 50 pitches, six strikeouts).
Tigers 5, Colts 0
Jake Cooper and Grant Harris combined to pitch a one-hit shutout for the Tigers in their 5-0 win. Cooper pitched four innings and totaled 58 pitches, with 11 strikeouts, and Harris pitched two innings, totaling 14 pitches and two strikeouts.
Cooper and Harris also led the Tigers at the plate. Cooper had two hits (home run, triple), two runs and an RBI and Harris had two hits (double) as well, with a run and two RBIs to boot. Other hitters were: John Reed Evans, one hit, run, RBI; and Brandon Hodge, one hit. Micah Tart and Brady Evans each drew one walk for the Tigers.
Tyler Friedrich had the Colts' only hit while Jake Richards was the team's other base runner, reaching on a walk. Additionally, Richards pitched for the Colts, throwing five innings with 69 pitches and two strikeouts.