Lawrence, who also walked and scored three runs, turned in a memorable performance with a grand slam, a triple and a single. Trey Harkins (double, two runs), Tyler Dover (two runs, two RBIs) and Matthew Greene added two hits each for the Dodgers, and the game was called after four innings due to the 10-run rule.
Clay Ross contributed a hit (double), two walks and three runs to the Dodgers' efforts; Jonathan Guerrero had a hit, a walk and a run; Max Rohland added a hit; Logan Gates walked and scored three runs; Cole Crump walked and scored a run; and Juan Guerrero added a run.
Pitchers for the Dodgers were Lawrence (two innings, 33 pitches), Dover (one inning, 25 pitches) and Greene (two innings, 41 pitches, three strikeouts).
The Braves were led on the mound by Byers Murray, two innings, 62 pitches, strikeout; Jackson Lovette, two innings, 37 pitches, strikeout; and Donavan Harrison, two innings, strikeout.
Five Braves hitters each had one hit; they were Lovette (triple); Garrett Cornett (walk, hit by a pitch, three runs); David Seanor (walk); Austin Baker; and Murray (walk, two runs). Other base runners included Hayes Miller, two walks, and Baylor Agan, hit by a pitch.
Below are other Cartersville Little League games from last Thursday.
Crackers 15, Padres 3
Joshua Mayo powered the Crackers (3-0) to a big win, 15-3, over the Padres (2-1) as he went 4 for 4 with four doubles, three runs and five RBIs.
The game ended after five innings due to the 10-run rule.
Helping out the Crackers offensively were Levi Pickel, hit, two walks, RBI; Will Bentley, hit, walk, three runs; Ben Ammons, hit, walk, two runs; JT Mitchell, hit, walk, run; Joe Cave, hit, run; Aiden Shea, hit, run; Jacob Daniel, two walks, two runs; Evan Dasher, walk, run; Chris Davis, walk, run; and Will Noble, walk.
Mayo saw time on the mound, throwing 17 pitches and striking out two in one inning. Bentley pitched three innings with 40 pitches and five strikeouts.
The Padres utilized four pitchers -- Emanuel Jones (two innings, 40 pitches, two strikeouts); Jacob Frye (two innings, 60 pitches, three strikeouts); Kurtis Feanny (two innings, 20 pitches) and Walt Morris (one inning, 16 pitches).
Jones, Brant Smith and Morris had a hit apiece for the Padres, with Jones adding a run and Smith an RBI. Dadrian Dennis drew a walk and scored a run, and Malik Watts scored once as well.
Tigers 15, Indians 3
A towering three-run homer from Grant Harris in the top of the third inning gave the Tigers (3-0) a 5-0 lead, and they never relented in a 15-3 victory against the Indians (0-3).
It was the only hit of the day for Harris, who also scored three runs, but other Tigers had a say in how the day went for their team. Jake Cooper led the team with three hits, two doubles, three runs and four RBIs; John Reed Evans also had a double among his two hits and scored three times, adding an RBI as well; Koby Jordan finished with two hits, a walk, a run and three RBIs; Brady Craig had a hit and a run; Brady Evans had a hit; Dominique Williams walked once, was hit by a pitch and scored twice; Tyler Gamble drew a walk and scored; and Brandon Hodge scored a run.
Cooper pitched five innings with 10 strikeouts on 64 pitches, and Harris went an inning with two strikeouts on 11 pitches.
Contributing for the Indians were Dax Edwards, two hits, double, two RBIs; Garrett Hite, two hits, double, run; Dylan Webb, hit, run; Brendon Walker, hit; and Peyton Willoughby, run.
Hite (three innings, 50 pitches, six strikeouts) and Webb (three innings, 63 pitches, two strikeouts) pitched for the Indians.
Colts 8, Phillies 0
Zach Hall and Tyler Bird combined to throw a three-hit shutout for the Colts (2-1) as they defeated the Phillies (1-2) by a score of 8-0.
Hall (26 pitches) and Bird (48 pitches) each went three innings, with Bird recording three strikeouts along the way.
The two got help from their teammates, including Tyler Friedrich (two hits, two runs); Jake Richards (two hits); Logan Cagle (hit, double, walk, run); Caz Smith (hit, run); Chris Mills (walk, two runs); Jonah Gambill (walk, run); Connor Wall (walk); Clay Derrick (walk); and Kaison Williams (run). Bird helped out his own cause as well with two hits and a walk.
Offensive contributors for the Phillies were Bailey Ward, hit, walk; Josh Holmes, hit; Jordon Wells, hit; Khase Willis, two walks; Nick Root, walk; and Jordan Blackmon, walk.
Root pitched two innings with three strikeouts on 39 pitches; Holmes pitched one inning with 19 pitches; Wells pitched two innings with one strikeout on 28 pitches; and Ward pitched two innings with 21 pitches.