Hodge pitched the first inning with 11 pitches and 2 strikeouts, and Evans pitched the final 3 innings with 39 pitches and 7 strikeouts in a game that was called in the bottom of the fourth due to the 10-run rule.
The Tigers took a 2-0 lead in the bottom of the first on singles by Evans and Grant Harris. They stretched the lead to 4-0 in the third on a single by Jake Cooper and a 2-RBI single by Gage Morris. In the fourth, the Tigers went ahead 10-0 on a single by Brady Evans, an RBI-single by John Reed Evans, RBI-doubles by Cooper and Harris, and a walk-off 2-RBI single by Koby Jordan.
For the Braves, Austin Baker reached on an error in the first, and Hayes Miller drew a walk in the third.
For the Tigers offensively, Harris had 2 hits with a double, a walk, 3 runs and 2 RBIs; Cooper, 2 hits with a double, 2 runs and an RBI; Evans, 2 hits with 2 runs and an RBI; Morris, 1 hit with a walk, a run and 3 RBIs; Koby Jordan, 1 hit with 2 RBIs; Hodge, 1 hit with a walk and a run; Brady Evans, 1 hit with a run.
The Braves were led on the mound by J.P. Martin, who threw 4 innings and 74 pitches with 6 strikeouts, and Miller, 1 inning and 19 pitches with 1 strikeout.
Phillies 9, Dodgers 6
Khase Willis hit a two-run homer in the first inning to help power the Phillies to a 9-6 victory over the Dodgers in Little League play Monday.
The Phillies also were led by Jordon Wells, with 3 doubles and 3 RBIs, and Blane Belisario, who had 2 hits with 2 runs. Five other Phillies had a hit each.
Trevor Lawrence, Matthew Greene and Trey Harkins led the Dodgers at the plate. Lawrence had 2 hits with 2 runs and an RBI; Greene singled and doubled and Harkins had 2 hits with a double, a walk and a run. Five other Dodgers had a hit each.
The Phillies also got contributions at the plate from Willis, 2 walks, 2 runs and 2 RBIs; Josh Holmes, 1 hit with 2 walks, 2 runs; Nick Root, 1 hit with a walk, a hit by pitch, a run and an RBI; Bailey Ward, a double; Will Fraser, 1 hit with a run; Reece Thompson, a walk and a run; Karson Hornberger, hit by pitch. On the mound, Jordan Blackmon worked 2 innings with 46 pitches; Belisario, 4 innings, 49 pitches with 3 strikeouts; Nick Root, 1 inning, 18 pitches with 1 strikeout; Willis, 1 inning, 14 pitches, 3 strikeouts.
The Dodgers received offensive help from Trevor Lawrence, 2 hits with 2 runs and an RBI; Matthew Greene, a double and a single; Trey Harkins, 2 hits with a double, a walk and a run; Keaun Thomas, 1 hit with a double and a run; Reggie Huskins, 1 hit with a run and an RBI; John Guerrero, 1 hit with an RBI; Juan Guerrero, 1 hit; Cole Crump, 1 hit; Max Rohland, a walk, a hit by pitch and a run.
Pitching for the Dogers were Juan Guerrero, 4 innings, 53 pitches, 2 strikeouts; Trevor Lawrence, 1 inning, 18 pitches; Tyler Dover, 2 innings, 19 pitches with 2 strikeouts; Logan Gates, 1 inning, 27 pitches, 1 strikeout.
Padres 17, Colts 1
Four Padres pitchers combined for a one-hitter and defeated the Colts, 17-1, in Little League play Monday.
Offensively for the Padres, Emmanuel Jones had 3 hits with a home run, a double, a walk, 3 runs and 5 RBIs. Jacob Frye had 2 hits with a triple, a walk, 3 runs and 2 RBIs. Dadrian Dennis had 2 hits with 2 runs.
For the Colts, Tyler Friedrich had a hit.
Also helping the Padres at the plate were Brant Smith, 1 hit with 2 runs; Garrett Geros, 1 hit with 2 walks and a run; Malik Watts, 1 hit with 3 runs; Walker Jones, 2 walks; Jaylen Knowles, a walk, 2 runs; Kurtis Feanny, a walk; Tyler Perry, a walk; and Sabien Lindo, a walk.
Pitching for the Padres were Emmanuel Jones, 2 innings, 20 pitches, 2 strikeouts; Geros, 2 innings, 39 pitches with 2 strikeouts; Smith, 2 innings, 20 pitches with 2 strikeouts; Jacob Frye, 1 inning, 8 pitches with 2 strikeouts.
For the Colts, Connor Wall drew a walk and scored a run; Tyler Bird, a walk; Jake Richards, a walk; Zach Hall, hit by pitch; Jonah Gambill, a walk; Kaleb Chatmon, a walk.
Pitchers were Jake Richards, 2 innings, 49 pitches; Chris Mills, 2 innings, 20 pitches; Zach Hall, 1 inning, 20 pitches, 1 strikeout; Kaison Williams, 2 innings, 20 pitches; Tyler Bird, 1 inning, 19 pitches with 1 strikeout; Kaleb Chatmon, 1 inning, 14 pitches.
Indians 10, Colts 3
Ian Inaba hit two doubles and an RBI while scoring a run to help the Indians past the Colts, 10-3.
The Indians got offensive contributions also from Dax Edwards, 1 hit with a double, 2 walks, 2 runs and 2 RBIs; Peyton Willoughby, 1 hit with 2 runs and an RBI; Brendon Walker, 1 hit with a hit by pitch, 2 runs; Seth McFarland, 1 hit with a walk; Garrett Hite, a walk; Dylan Webb, a walk and a run; Malcom Cooley, a walk, 2 runs; Dalton Southern, a walk and 2 runs.
Pitching for the Indians were Garrett Hite, 1 inning, 20 pitches with 2 strikeouts; Webb, 3 innings, 19 pitches with 3 strikeouts; Inaba, 3 innings, 48 pitches with 4 strikeouts; Edwards, 1 inning, 10 pitches with 1 strikeout; Peyton Willoughby, 1 inning, 1 pitch.
Helping the Crackers at the plate were Joshua Mayo, 1 hit with a double and a run; J.T. Mitchell, 1 hit; Will Bentley, a walk and a run; Levi Pickel, a walk.
Bentley went 2 innings, threw 41 pitches and struck out 2; Benjamin Ammons, 2 innings, 32 pitches with 2 strikeouts; Pickel, 1 inning, 18 pitches and 3 strikeouts; Chris Davis, 1 inning, 20 pitches; Aiden Shea, 2 innings, 20 pitches; Joe Cave, 1 inning, 3 pitches.