The Padres scored four runs in the ninth inning to break an 8-8 tie and take the extra-inning victory.
Rodrick Winburn, Sean Holton and Zach Taylor powered the Padres. Winburn had three hits with two home runs, a double, three runs and five RBIs; Holton had three hits with a home run, three runs, and an RBI; and Taylor had three hits with a double, a run and two RBIs.
Jacob Frye (walk, two runs, RBI) and Jaylen Knowles (walk, three runs) added a hit each for the Padres while Dawson Dysart had two walks.
Frye struck out 11 batters in five innings, and Brant Smith (three innings) and Dysart (one) both had a strikeout each.
Jake Hacker, Jake Norris and Josh Holmes led the way for the Phillies. Hacker had three hits with two doubles, two runs, three RBIs; Norris had two hits with a double and two runs; and Holmes had two hits with a double, a hit by pitch, a run and two RBIs.
Nick Root (triple, run), Dayne Roberts (hit, two walks, hit by pitch, run), Blane Belisario (RBI), Khase Willis (hit by pitch) and Jordan Blackmon (hit by pitch) also contributed for the Phillies.
Hacker pitched five innings with nine strikeouts. Norris had six Ks in five innings, and Willis had two in one inning.
Below are other Little League games from Saturday.
Tigers 12, Colts 1
The game between the Tigers and Colts lasted just to the middle of the third as the former picked up a shortened win due to the 10-run rule.
Gage Morris drove in four RBIs and had three hits with a home run. Other hitters for the Tigers included Grant Harris, two hits (three runs, three RBIs); Jake Cooper, two hits (sacrifice fly, run, three RBIs); Garrett Garside, two hits (run, RBI); JP Pritchett, hit (two runs, RBI); and Noah Davis, hit (run). Tate Mathis walked twice and scored both times, and John Reed Evans walked twice and scored once.
Cooper pitched four innings with five strikeouts, and Mathis had one K in one inning.
Hitters for the Colts were Britton Rice (triple), Parker Cagle and Tyler Friedrich each collected one hit.
Rice also pitched three innings, striking out four, and Chris Mills took the mound for two innings, striking out one.
Dodgers 7, Indians 4
Spencer Dickey performed admirably Saturday as he struck out 11 batters in five innings to help the Dodgers get past the Indians.
Dickey also was among five batters with one hit for the Dodgers. He walked and scored once. Thomas Jolly (triple, run), Curtis Wilkes (run), Juan Guerrero (triple, run, two RBIs) and Reese Brideau (RBI) provided the team's other hits. Austin Clark scored two runs, and Justin Zalonis scored a run and had an RBI.
Clark also pitched an inning for the Dodgers.
The Indians' hitters were Noah Daniel, two hits (two runs); Dax Edwards, hit (double, run); Hunter James, hit (run, two RBIs); and Ian Inaba, hit (walk). Jacob Gambill walked, and Jordan Vinall was hit by a pitch.
Edwards pitched five innings with five strikeouts.
Crackers 11, Braves 1
The Crackers cruised to a 10-run win over the Braves, a victory that played out in 3 1/2 innings.
Leading the way for the Crackers' offense were Gabriel Gridley, two hits (double, triple, run, two RBIs); Levi Pickel, two hits (walk, run, RBI); Will Bentley, two hits (two runs); Josh Mayo, hit (double, walk, two runs, RBI); Blake Adams, hit (double, run, two RBIs); Thomas Watkins, two walks, two runs; Austin Lunde, two walks, two runs; Ben Ammons, walk, run; and Kaleb Waters, walk.
Blake Adams pitched four innings with eight Ks for the win.
Braves hitters were Landen Woods (hit, run), Bradley Sutton (hit, walk) and Crawford Taylor (hit).
Taylor McDaniel (three innings, 6 Ks), Woods (one inning) and Brody Faulk (one inning) pitched for the Braves.