Schiltz fans 12, allows 2 hits in LL victory, 9-1
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Luke Schiltz struck out 12 and gave up two hits over five innings as the Phillies defeated the Tigers, 9-1, in Cartersville Little League games played May 10.

Schiltz pitched five innings for the Phillies with 88 pitches, allowing two hits and one run. Jordon Wells pitched a scoreless final inning with 14 pitches and one strikeout.

Wells led the Phillies at the plate with four hits, two of them doubles, a home run (grand slam), four runs and four RBIs; Schiltz had a double, a walk, an RBI; Blane Belisario had one hit, a walk and two runs; Matthew Surrett had a hit with a run.

For the Tigers, Garrett Shelton had a home run, two walks, a run and an RBI; Micah Tart and Brady Craig each had a hit.

Shelton pitched 2 2/3 innings with 54 pitches and six strikeouts, Gage Morris, 2 1/3 innings with 42 pitches and six strikeouts, and Tart, one inning with 33 pitches and a strikeout.

Other Phillies hitters were Karson Hornberger, two walks and a run; Derrick Pearson, a run.

Other Tiger hitters included Morris, a walk, and Jacob Edwards, a walk.



Indians 11, Padres 4

Carter Owen, Ian Inaba and Noah Davis led the Indians over the Padres, 11-4.

Owen had three hits with a double, two runs; Inaba, a double, a triple, two runs, two hits and two RBIs; and Davis, two hits with a triple, a double and two runs; Peyton Willoughby, a hit, a walk, a run with a walk; Brendon Walker, a hit with a walk and two RBIs, and Dalton Henson, a hit; Chris Davis, a walk, a run; Logan Quijano, a walk and a run; Seth McFarland, a run.

Inaba pitched 2 2/3 innings with 50 pitches and two strikeouts; Dalton Southern, one-third of an inning with 12 pitches and a strikeout, and Noah Davis, three innings with 50 pitches and six strikeouts.

For the Padres, Dadrian Dennis had two hits with a triple, Malik Watts, a double, a walk and two runs; Blake Stover, one hit with a run.

Seth Porter pitched 1 2/3 innings with 54 pitches, Stover, 3 1/3 innings with 53 pitches and five strikeouts, and Trevor Pfiester, one inning with 14 pitches and one strikeout.

Other Indian hitters were Davis, a triple, a double and two runs; Peyton Willoughby, one hit with a walk and a run; Sabien Lindo, sacrifice fly, RBI; Brant Smith, a walk and a run; Kurtis Feanny, a walk; Mack Morris, hit by pitch.

Crackers 10, Braves 3

Chase Horn and Ben Ammons combined in a four-hitter for the Crackers and throwing 11 strikeouts as they defeated the Braves, 10-3.

Horn threw 3 2/3 innings with 50 pitches and seven strikeouts, and Ammons worked 2 1/3 innings with 27 pitches and four strikeouts.

Titus Jones had two hits with a double, a walk, an RBI, a run; Josh Nolan, two hits with a double, two RBIs, and a run; Horn added a triple, a walk and a run; Ammons, a double, a walk and a run; Will Noble, a hit with an RBI, and Jackson Norris, a hit with a run; Caleb Henson, a walk and an RBI; Jacob Daniel, a run; Charlie Hiedmann, a walk, two runs; Aiden Shea, hit by pitch and a run; TJ Jackson, a walk and a run.

Preston Welchel led the way for the Braves with two hits, including a home run, two RBIs and two runs; Byers Murray and Eoin Neal, one hit each; Austin Baker, hit by pitch and a run.

Donovan Harrison threw 1 2/3 innings with 49 pitches and a strikeout; Trey Holstien, one-third of an inning with 14 pitches; Murray 1 2/3 innings with 29 pitches, and Welchel, 1 1/3 innings with 18 pitches, two strikeouts.

Colts 15, Dodgers 3

Kaison Williams and Jonah Gambill led the Colts with three hits each as they overpowered the Dodgers, 15-3.

Williams tripled, walked and scored three runs; Gambill doubled, hit two RBIs and scored two runs; Kaleb Chatmon had two hits with a triple, a walk, two RBIs and two runs; Davis Nelson, two hits with two RBIs and a run; LaDarius Winburn, a home run, a walk, two hit by pitches, four RBIs and two runs; and Caz Smith, one hit, a walk, an RBI and three runs, Alan Thacker, hit by pitch, a walk and a run; Cagle, a run; and Josh Robbins, hit by pitch.

Logan Cagle pitched two innings with 28 pitches, three strikeouts; Chatmon, two-thirds of an inning with 26 pitches; Winburn, 1 1/3 innings with 29 pitches, two strikes; and Smith, one inning with nine pitches and a strikeout;

For the Dodgers, Crawford Taylor had a double and a run; Tyler Dilcher, one hit with a walk, two runs; Cole Crump, one hit with hit by pitch and an RBI, and Tyler Dover, one hit; Kaleb Chance, a walk; Clay Ross, a walk; and Kolbe Benham, hit by pitch.

Dilcher pitched 4 1/3 innings with 90 pitches, six strikeouts; Kaleb Chance, one-third of an inning with 19 pitches; and Kolbe Benham, one-third of an inning with six pitches.