Lively, who hit a 3-run homer, and Campbell, who had two hits with a walk, hit by pitch and three runs, paced the winners offensively. Also, Hunter James added two hits with a double, a sacrifice fly and five RBIs, and Dax Edwards had two hits with a walk and two runs.
Also contributing to the Indians’ cause were Jacob Gambill, a triple and an RBI; Dylan Webb, one hit with a run; Harrison Heath, one hit with a run; Noah Daniel, a walk, three runs and an RBI and Alan Thacker, a walk and a run.
Campbell pitched six innings and fanned nine while Lively finished the final inning and registered two strikeouts.
The Phillies were led offensively by Jake Hacker and Jordan Blackmon, one hit each.
Austin Davis threw four innings and struck out six; Nick Root was on the mound two innings and Bailey Belisario got in an inning of work.
Colts 7, Braves 2
Jake Richards, Devin Stanley and Zach Hall combined for a one-hitter while striking out five as the Colts beat the Braves, 7-2.
The Colts were led at the plate by Trenton Lowery, two hits with a double, a run and two RBIs; Seth Smith, two hits with a double and a run; Parker Cagle, two hits with a run; Tyler Friedrich, two hits with a double; Britton Rice, one hit with a double and a run; Zach Hall, one hit with a double and a run; Chris Mills, one hit with a run; Jake Richards, one hit; and Devin Stanley, a run.
Jake Richards worked four innings and struck out four; Devin Stanley, two innings with a strikeout; and Zach Hall, one inning.
The Braves were led by Bradley Sutton, one hit with a walk; Landen Woods, two walks and a run; Tanner Jordan, an RBI; Brody Faulk, a walk and a run; Crawford Taylor, a walk; Mitch Brown, a walk; Garett Cornett, a walk; and Braden Shultz, a walk.
Sutton threw for three innings and struck out four while Cornett went two innings and fanned two.
Dodgers 11, Padres 4
Spencer Dickey stuck out 12 and allowed one run and four hits over 4 1/3 innings as the Dodgers whipped the Padres, 11-4, on April 21.
The Dodgers got offensive help from Curtis Wilkes, three hits with a double, two runs and three RBIs; Spencer Dickey, two hits with a triple, two runs and an RBI; Austin Clark, two hits with two runs and three RBIs; Thomas Jolly, two hits with two runs; Trevor Lawrence, one hit with a double, a walk and two runs; Preston Welchel, one hit with a double, a walk, a run and two RBIs; Max Rohland, one hit, hit by pitch and an RBI; Justin Zalonis, one hit; and Trey Harkins, hit by pitch.
Spencer Dickey threw five innings with 12 strikeouts and Thomas Jolly worked two innings.
The Padres were powered by Brycen Jones, two hits with a triple, a run and two RBIs; Jacob Frye, two hits with a walk and two runs; Sean Holton, one hit with a run; Roderick Winburn, one hit; Zackery Taylor, one hit; and Brant Smith, one hit with a double.
Brycen Jones threw three innings and whiffed five; Brant Smith worked four innings and collected three strikeouts; and Frye worked one inning.
Tigers 5, Crackers 0
Grant Harris threw a two-hit complete game shutout with nine strikeouts as the Tigers defeated the Crackers, 5-0. Harris also had a solo home run in the first inning.
Thomas Watkins and Joshua Mayo combined for a three-hitter and struck out 11.
The Tigers were paced offensively by Grant Harris, who had two hits with a home run, a walk and a run; Gage Morris, one hit with a run; John Reed Evans, a walk and a run; Jordan Wells, a walk and a run; JP Pritchett, a walk and a run; Tate Mathis, a walk; Ant McNair-Seigler, a walk; Jake Cooper, a walk. Grant Harris pitched six innings with 9 strikeouts.
The Crackers were led at the plate by Preston Martin, one hit with a double; and Levi Pickel, one hit.
Thomas Watkins worked two innings and recorded three strikeouts, and Joshua Mayo threw three innings and fanned eight.