Lawrence had two hits (home run, double) with two runs and two RBIs; Greene had two hits (home run) with two runs and three RBIs; and Harkins delivered two hits as well and scored two runs for the Dodgers.
The game was called after five innings due to the curfew.
Adding to the Dodgers’ offensive output were Juan Guerrero (double, two RBIs) and Max Rohland, Keaun Thomas and Reggie Huskins, who each walked and scored a run. Clay Ross walked to reach base, too.
Austin Baker and Crawford Taylor were the top hitters for the Braves. Baker had two hits with a double, triple, walk and two runs. Taylor had two hits with a run. Byers Murray, Baylor Agan and John Walker Knowles added one hit apiece. Murray and Agan also walked and scored, and Jackson Lovette walked twice and Hayes Miller once, with Miller scoring after reaching the basepath. David Seanor, who was hit by a pitch, came around to score as well.
Harkins pitched five innings for the Dodgers, with 88 pitches and four strikeouts, and Greene (one inning, 20 pitches, two strikeouts), Ross (one inning, eight pitches) and Tyler Dover (one inning, one pitch) also took the mound.
Pitchers for the Braves were Taylor (three innings, 54 pitches, four strikeouts), Miller (three innings, 31 pitches, two strikeouts) and Murray (one inning, 16 pitches).
Below are the regular-season finales from Wednesday for the remaining Cartersville Little League teams as well as the final league standings.
Phillies 9, Colts 0
The Phillies got a strong pitching performance from Nick Root, who came up one out short of a complete-game, two-hit shutout in his team’s 9-0 win over the Colts. Root, who struck out 11 batters, gave way to Blane Belisario, who got the final out for the Phillies.
Belisario threw 11 pitches while Root tallied 86 in six innings.
Karson Hornberger and Bailey Ward led the Phillies at the plate. Hornberger had two hits (two doubles), a walk, two runs and two RBIs. Ward had two hits and two runs.
Other Phillies’ baserunners were Jordon Wells (double, walk, run), Root (hit, run, two RBIs), Josh Holmes (two walks, run), Belisario (two walks), Chanc Willis (run, RBI), William Fraser (walk, run) and Reece Thompson (walk).
Jake Richards and Connor Wall produced the Colts’ lone hits of the game, with Richards also reaching base on a walk. Kaison Williams drew a walk as well.
Chris Mills went five innings for the Colts with 86 pitches and six strikeouts, and Williams pitched two innings with 44 pitches and two strikeouts.
Indians 10, Tigers 6
The Indians outpaced the Tigers 10-6 behind a four-hit effort from Dylan Webb, who also scored four times.
Webb doubled in the first, Ian Inaba reached on an error and Dax Edwards drew a walk as the Indians got out to a 3-0 lead. Webb and Inaba scored on grounders by Peyton Willoughby and Dalton Southern, and Edwards scored when Brendon Walker reached on an error.
The Tigers grabbed the lead, 4-3, in the bottom of the first, with the key hits being Gage Morris’ RBI single and Dominique Williams’ two-run home run.
Edwards’ single in the second scored Webb to tie the game at 4-all, and the Indians added three more runs in the fourth, including Webb’s RBI single. Webb added another hit in the fifth and Edwards collected two RBI doubles as the Indians held a 10-4 advantage.
In the bottom of the fifth, the Tigers cut the lead to four on Jake Cooper’s two-run blast — which also scored John Reed Evans — but the Indians closed the game by retiring six out of the next seven Tiger batters.
Indians’ pitchers were Edwards, who went five innings with 73 pitches and seven strikeouts, and Webb, who pitched one inning with 11 pitches and one strikeout.
Offensive contributors for the Indians were Webb, Edwards (two runs), Willoughby (hit), Inaba and Southern.
Cooper had two hits, including a double, and added two runs and two RBIs for the Tigers; Williams scored a run and had two RBIs; Evans singled and scored once; Morris had an RBI; Grant Harris scored; and Brandon Hodge walked and scored.
Evans pitched two innings with 84 pitches and three strikeouts, and the Tigers’ other pitchers, Harris and Cooper, recorded three strikeouts each as well. Harris threw 54 pitches in three innings and Cooper recorded 13 pitches in one inning.
Padres 8, Crackers 4
The Padres needed just five hits to score an 8-4 victory over the Crackers in the regular-season finale for both teams. The game was called after five innings due to the curfew.
Joe Cave singled in the bottom of the first and later scored on Tristan Carlton’s double as the Crackers led 1-0 early.
The Padres went ahead 2-1 in the top of the second, scoring one run on a double by Jacob Frye and an RBI single by Emmanuel Jones. Another run came in when Jaylen Knowles scored on Garret Geros’ double after reaching base on a walk. The Padres stretched the lead to 7-1 with five runs in the top of third, which featured an RBI single by Jones.
Chris Davis singled in the bottom of the third and Joshua Mayo launched a three-run homer to pull the Crackers to within 7-4.
Walker Jones provided the final margin in the top of the fifth when the Padres player singled and then went on to score on an error.
Baserunners for the Padres were Emmanuel Jones, two hits, one run, two RBIs; Frye, double, one walk, two runs; Geros, double, RBI; Walker Jones, one hit, one run; Knowles, one walk, one run; Malik Watts, one walk, one run; Dadrian Dennis, one walk, one run; Kurtis Feanny, one run; and Brant Smith, hit by a pitch.
Pitching for the Padres were Walt Morris (one inning, 24 pitches, one strikeout), Emmanuel Jones (four innings, 87 pitches, eight strikeouts) and Frye (one inning, three pitches).
Cave (three innings, 53 pitches, two strikeouts) and Will Bentley (three innings, 52 pitches, one strikeout) took the hill for the Crackers.
Crackers’ baserunners included Cave, two hits, one run; Mayo, home run, one run, three RBIs; Carlton, double, RBI; Davis, one hit, one run; Levi Pickel, three walks; Will Noble, one walk, one run; Bentley, one walk; and Jacob Daniel, one walk.
Final Standings (Regular Season)