Padres beat Phillies in Cartersville little league
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Eight players had hits and the Padres overpowered the Phillies 13-3 in Cartersville Little League baseball play on March 18.

Contributing offensively for the Padres were Malik Watts, two hits with a base on balls, three runs; Trevor Pfiester, two hits with a triple, two RBIs, two runs; Mack Morris, two hits with a double, two bases on balls, two runs, two RBIs; Chanc Willis, one hit with a double, a base on balls, three runs; Jesse Martin, one hit with a double, an RBI, a run; Dadrian Dennis, one hit with a run, an RBI; Christian Martin, a double; and Danny Fisher, one hit with an RBI, Logan Harrelson, a base on balls with a run.

For the Phillies, Tyler Putz had two hits with a triple and a run; Michael Abernathy, one hit with a double, an RBI, a run; Camden Webb, one hit with a double, Karson Hornberger, one hit with a base on balls; Coy Cappelen, an RBI; Jake Woodall, a run; Matthew Surrett, a base on balls; Thomas Peters, a base on balls; and Amarion Stenzel, a base on balls.

On the mound for the Padres, Jesse Martin, Danny Fisher and Willis combined for 10 strikeouts. Martin pitched 2 2/3 innings and threw 55 pitches with six strikeouts; Fisher worked 2 1/3 innings and threw 33 pitches with two strikeouts, and Willis, one inning and 15 pitches with two strikeouts.

For the Phillies, Webb threw two innings and 36 pitches with three strikeouts, Abernathy, three innings and 52 pitches with two strikeouts, and Lance Shields, one inning and 39 pitches with two strikeouts.

Braves 8, Indians 4

The Braves scored three runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to pull away from the Indians, earning an 8-4 victory.

Powering the Braves were Preston Welchel, two hits with a double and a run; and Austin Baker, two hits. Byers Murray had one hit with a base on balls and a run; Jesse Grogan, one hit with a run and two RBIs, and Riley Collier, one hit.

Chris Davis led the Indians at the plate with two hits and a run; Carter Owen, one hit with a double and a run; Bailey Jacobs, one hit; Connor Clawson, one hit; Logan Quijano, one hit; Peyton Willoughby, one hit with a double, two runs; Nick Bailey, a base on balls.

Murray pitched 1 2/3 innings for the Braves with 35 pitches and two strikeouts; Holstein, 2 1/3 innings with 35 pitches and three strikeouts, and Jesse Grogan, two innings with 23 pitches and three strikeouts.

For the Dodgers, Willoughby pitched 3 2/3 innings with 87 pitches and four strikeouts, Quijano, 2/3 innings with 17 pitches, and Bailey Jacobs, 2/3 inning with 17 pitches and one strikeout.

Others contributing offensively for the Braves were Trey Holstein, two bases on balls, hit by pitch and a run; Eoin Neal, base on balls and a run; JaQualyn Mayhall, base on balls and a run; Haydewn Cagle, base on balls and a run; John Robinson, base on balls and a run.

Tigers 9, Colts 8

Trailing 8-6 after 5 1/2 innings, the Tigers nipped the Colts 9-8 with a three-run rally in the bottom of the sixth inning.

Tyler Gamble had three hits for the Tigers with two doubles, two runs and three RBI, and Koby Jordan had two hits including a triple, two runs and an RBI. Micah Tart had one hit with two runs and an RBI; Brady Evans, one hit with a run, and Brady Craig, one hit.

For the Colts, Caz Smith had one hit with a triple, a run and two RBIs; Alex Freeman, 1 hit with HP; and Kaison Williams, one hit with a run.

Jacob Desmond worked 1 1/3 innings and threw 27 pitches for the Tigers, and Jordan, 4 2/3 innings and 75 pitches with nine strikeouts.

Montgomery pitched three innings for the Colts with 63 pitches and five strikeouts. Danny Fisher added three innings and 51 pitches with two strikeouts.

Other helping the Tigers offensively were Jacob Edwards, two bases on ball, a run; Josh Quinney, a base on balls, a run; Jacob Evans, a base on balls.

Also helping the Colts at the plate were Jonah Gambill, hit by pitch, two runs; Trevor Montgomery, base on balls, a run; Patrick Shelley, base on balls, a run; Tate Smith, hit by pitch, a run; Jackson Davenport, a base on balls, a run; Ethan Wolfe, a base on balls.

Crackers 8, Dodgers 5

Titus Jones and Jackson Norris both had three hits and scored one run as the Crackers defeated the Dodgers, 8-5.

Also for the Crackers, Charlie Heidmann added two hits with a double and a run, while Micah Earwood contributed two hits with a run. Lane Hutson and Josh Nolan each had one hit.

For the Dodgers, Clay Ross had two hits with a run, and Cole Crump had two hits. Also, Kolbe Benham had one hit with two runs; Colin Eaton tallied one hit with a triple, a base on balls, a run; Tanner Brumfield and Austin Phillips punched in one hit each.

For the Crackers, Heidmann worked two innings and threw 40 pitches with two strikeouts; Earwood, two innings and 53 pitches with four strikeouts; and Norris, one inning and 23 pitches with two strikeouts.

For the Dodgers, Ross pitched four innings with 75 pitches and seven strikeouts; Colin Eaton added 1/3 inning with 14 pitches and one strikeout.

The game was called after five innings due to the curfew.

Other offensive contributors for the Crackers were T.J. Jackson, two hits with a triple and two runs; Jalen Thomas, a base on balls and a run; Christian Gardner, hit by pitch, a run.

Also hitting for the Dodgers were Jaden Avalos, a base on balls and a run; Braden Sutton, a base on balls, Triston Berryhill, a base on balls.