Other Tigers swinging the big bat were Jake Cooper, who hit a homer; John Reed Evans, a double and a triple, and Gage Morris, 2 hits with a double.
Cooper, Harris and Evans combined to pitch a 3-hitter.
The Padres scored a run in the second inning, when Emmanuel Jones hit a double and scored later on a wild pitch. The Padres added 2 runs in the fourth. Jacob Frye reached on an error and scored on a double by Brant Smith. Smith scored later on a single by Malik Watts.
Evans also scored 2 runs for the Tigers; Cooper drew a walk, scored 2 runs and was credited with 2 RBIs; Harris, 4 runs and 4 RBIs; Morris, a run; Brandon Hodge, 1 hit, a hit by pitch and a run; Brady Evans, a walk; Micah Tart, a walk; Dominique Williams, 2 walks and a hit by pitch. Pitchers were Cooper, 3 innings, 34 pitches, 3 strikeouts; Harris, 3 innings, 34 pitches, 5 strikeouts; Evans, 2 innings, 11 pitches, 1 strikeout.
Also helping the Padres offensively were Malik Watts, 1 hit with an RBI; Kurtis Feanny, a walk. Pitchers were Dadrian Dennis, 1 inning, 25 pitches; Smith, 3 innings, 31 pitches, 3 strikeouts; Garrett Geros, 3 innings, 60 pitches, 3 strikeouts; Walt Morris, 1 inning, 6 pitches, 1 strikeout.
Dodgers 11, Phillies 6
Six Dodgers had two or more hits as they forged an 11-6 win over the Phillies in a Cartersville Little League game suspended Monday after four innings due to time limits required during CRCT testing.
Max Rohland had 3 hits and Trevor Lawrence, Trey Harkins, Juan Guerrero, Matthew Greene and Jonathan Guerrero had 2 hits each in the game that will be completed later.
Rohland also had a double, a run and an RBI; Lawrence, a triple, a walk, 3 runs and an RBI; Harkins, a triple, 2 runs and an RBI; Guerrero, a walk, 2 runs and an RBI; Greene, 2 runs; Guerrero, a run; Clay Ross, 2 walks; Cole Crump, a walk, an RBI; Logan Gates, a walk and an RBI; Tyler Dover, hit by pitch. Pitchers were Gates, who worked 3 innings, threw 50 pitches and struck out one; Guerrero, 2 innings, 34 pitches.
For the Phillies, Jordan Blackmon had 2 hits with a run; Reece Thompson, 1 hit with a double and 2 RBIs; Derrick Pearson, 1 hit with a double, a walk and an RBI; Chanc Willis, a double with an RBI; Jordon Wells, 1 hit with a run; Blane Belisario, a hit with a run; Karson Hornberger, a hit with a run; Nick Root, an RBI; Josh Holmes, 2 walks; Bailey Ward, a walk; Khase Willis, a walk; William Fraser, a walk. Pitchers were Belisario, 1 inning, 26 pitches; Thomp-son, 2 innings, 38 pitches, 1 strikeout; Khase Willis, 3 innings, 51 pitches, 3 strikeouts; Ward, 1 inning, 3 pitches.
Colts 8, Braves 5
Eight players had hits and the Colts brushed past the Braves, 8-5, in Cartersville Little League play Tuesday.
Connor Wall and Clay Derrick had 2 hits each and Tyler Bird, Tyler Friedrich, Chris Mills, Zach Hall, Kaison Williams and Kaleb Chatmon had 1 hit each.
Hall, Richards, Chatmon, and Bird combined to pitch a 5-hitter for the Colts.
For the Braves, Crawford Taylor had 2 hits, and Austin Baker, Byers Murray and Trey Holstein each had 1 hit.
Also contributing to the offensive play for the Colts, Wall, a run; Derrick, an RBI; Bird, a double, a hit by pitch, 2 runs and an RBI; Friedrich, a walk and a run; Mills, 2 runs and an RBI; Hall, a run; Williams, a run. Pitchers were Hall, 2 innings, 44 pitches, 1 strikeout; Jake Richards, 1 inning, 14 pitches, 1 strikeout; Chatmon, 2 innings, 15 pitches, 1 strikeout; Bird, 3 innings, 27 pitches, 4 strikeouts.
For the Braves, Taylor also scored a run; Austin Baker, a walk, a run and an RBI; Murray, a hit by pitch and a run; Garrett Cornett, 2 walks; David Seanor, 2 walks; John Walker Knowles, 2 walks; Hayes Miller, a walk and a run; Jackson Lovette, a walk. Pitchers were Garett Cornett, 3 innings, 38 pitches, 3 walks; Murray, 4 innings, 43 pitches, 2 strikeouts.
Crackers 6, Indians 4
The lead changed five times before the Crackers finally beat the Indians, 6-4, in Little League play Tuesday.
The Crackers took a 1-0 lead in the top of the first, when Will Bentley singled and then scored on a single by JT Mitchell.
The Indians took their first lead -- 2-1 -- in the bottom of the second on hits by Malcom Cooley and Dylan Webb singled and then scored on singles by Ian Inaba and Dax Edwards.
The Crackers retook the lead -- 3-2 -- in the top of the fourth. Levi Pickel led off with a triple and scored on a single by Joshua Mayo, who scored later when a pitch got past the Indians' catcher.
The Indians took a 4-3 lead in the bottom of the fourth. Webb doubled and then scored on a single by Inaba, and Inaba scored on a triple by Edwards.
The Crackers took the lead for good 6-4 in the top of the sixth on hits by Bentley, Mayo and Mitchell.
Hitting for the Crackers were Mayo, 2 hits with a triple, a walk, 2 runs and 2 RBIs; Mitchell, 2 hits with a walk, 2 RBIs; Bentley, 2 hits with 2 runs; Pickel, a triple, 2 runs and an RBI; Aiden Shea, 1 hit; Will Noble, a walk; Tristan Carlton, a walk. Pitchers were Bentley, 4 innings, 75 pitches, 3 strikeouts; Pickel, 2 innings, 14 pitches, 3 strikeouts; Benjamin Ammons, 1 inning, 8 pitches, 1 strikeout.
Other offensive contributions for the Indians were Edwards, 2 hits with a triple, a walk and 2 RBIs; Inaba, 2 hits with a run, 2 RBIs; Webb, 2 hits with a double, 2 runs; Dalton Southern, 1 hit with a double and a walk; Malcom Cooley, 1 hit with a run; John Gulisano, 1 hit with a triple; Peyton Willoughby, a walk. Pitchers were Webb, 3 innings, 55 pitches, 4 strikeouts; Edwards, 2 innings, 32 pitches, 3 strikeouts; Inaba, 2 innings, 34 pitches, 4 strikeouts.