Jordan’s 4 runs help Colts past Crackers, 12-7, in LL play
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Koby Jordan powered the Tigers to a 12-7 win over the Crackers in Cartersville Little League baseball play on March 20.

Jordan hit a run and an RBI and scored four runs while drawing a base on balls. Other offensive leaders were Brady Craig, two hits with a double and three runs; Brady Evans, one hit with a base on balls and a run; Khian Knox, one hit with a run; Jacob Evans, one hit.

Charlie Heidmann had three hits with a run to lead the Crackers. Also powering the Crackers were Lane Hutson, two hits, a run and an RBI; Jackson Norris, one hit with a triple, a run and two RBIs; and Micah Earwood, one hit with two runs.

For the Tigers, Brady Evans pitched three innings and threw 44 pitches with five strikeouts, and Micah Tart pitched three innings and delivered 59 pitches with five strikeouts.

For the Crackers, T.J. Jackson threw 32 pitches; Norris, three innings and 44 pitches with three strikeouts; Christian Gardner, 14 pitches; and Charlie Heidmann, two innings and 34 pitches with three strikeouts.

Also contributing at the plate for the Tigers were Jacob Desmond, two bases on balls, two runs and an RBI; Josh Quinney, two bases on balls, a hit by pitch and an RBI; Tart, a base on balls and a run; C.J. Loyal, hit by pitch and RBI; and LaShun Henderson, an RBI.

Other hitters for the Crackers were Titus Jones, hit by pitch, base on balls and two runs; Jackson, base on balls; and Jalen Thomas, base on balls.

Colts 18, Dodgers 6

Kaison Williams hit a walk-off grand slam home run in the bottom of the fourth inning to help the Colts defeat the Dodgers, 18-6.

Williams had three hits with the grand slam home run, an inside-the-park home run, a triple, three runs and six RBIs. Others who contributed in a big way offensively were Logan Cagle, three hits with a base on balls and three runs; Alex Freeman, two hits with a double, a triple, a base on balls and three runs; Jonah Gambill, two hits with a double, a base on balls and two runs; Ethan Wolfe, two hits with a double and a run; Mason Brown, two hits with a double and a run; Caz Smith, two hits with a base on balls and three runs; Tate Smith, one hit with a run; Jackson Davenport, a base on balls and a run; and Chase Barger, a base on balls.

Hitting for the Dodgers were Braden Sutton, two hits with an inside-the-park home run, a base on balls, and a run; Tanner Brumfield, two hits with a triple, a base on balls and two runs; Clay Ross, two hits with two runs; Triston Berryhill, one hit with a triple and a base on balls; Jaden Avalos, one hit; Colin Eaton, one hit; Kolbe Benham, base on balls; Evan Crane, base on balls; Austin Phillips, base on balls, a run.

For the Colts, Mason Brown pitched two innings and delivered 53 pitches with four strikeouts; Cagle, two-thirds of an inning and 33 pitches; and Danny Fisher, 1 1/3 innings and 11 pitches.

For the Dodgers, Evan Crane worked two innings with 53 pitches and one strikeout; Brumfield, 1 2/3 innings with 52 pitches and two strikeouts; and Phillips, five pitches.

The game was called after four innings due to the 10-run rule.

Braves 14, Phillies 0

Austin Baker and Trey Holstein combined to pitch a one-hit shutout for the Braves as they defeated the Phillies, 14-0.

Baker pitched three innings and threw 46 pitches with seven strikeouts, and Holstein pitched one inning and delivered 15 pitches with one strikeout.

Holstein also led the Braves at the plate with two hits, including a double, a run and three RBIs; Riley Collier had one hit with a double, a run, two RBIs; Byers Murray, one hit with a double, a base on balls, three runs and an RBI; and Jesse Grogan, one hit with a double, a base on balls, two runs and an RBI. Also, Brady Evans played as a pool player for the Braves and had two hits, including a double, a run and three RBIs. Also contributing offensively for the Braves were Eoin Neal, a base on balls and three runs; Austin Baker, a base on balls, a run and an RBI; Hayden Cagle, two runs.

Camden Webb had the lone hit for the Phillies and Dante Harris was credited with a base on balls.

For the Phillies, Webb pitched two innings and threw 59 pitches with five strikeouts, and Coy Cappelen worked two innings and delivered 55 pitches with four strikeouts.

The game was called after four innings due to the 10-run rule.

Padres 8, Indians 5

Chanc Willis led the Padres at the plate and on the mound in their 8-5 victory against the Indians.

Willis had four hits with three doubles and a run, and he pitched four innings, throwing 71 pitches with six strikeouts.

For the Padres, Jesse Martin had three hits; Christian Martin had two hits with two runs; Mack Morris, two hits; Dadrian Dennis, one hit with a base on balls and a run; Xzavier Moore, one hit; Malik Watts, two bases on balls, two runs; Trevor Pfiester, two bases on balls; Logan Harrelson, a base on balls and a run.

Pfiester pitched one inning and delivered 39 pitches with two strikeouts for the Padres.

For the Indians, Peyton Willoughby had two hits with a double and a run; Logan Quijano had two hits with a double and a base on balls; Bailey Jacobs and Dalton Henson each had one hit with a home run, a run and an RBI; Chris Davis had one hit with a run; Connor Clawson, one hit; Carter Owen, hit by pitch, base on balls and a run; Nick Bailey, a base on balls.

For the Indians, Henson pitched four innings with 68 pitches and seven strikeouts; Jacobs, 17 pitches; and Carter Owen, one inning with 22 pitches and one strikeout.