Indians score 3 in 6th to top Dodgers in LL play
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The Indians and Dodgers battled to a 9-9 tie after five innings, when their Little League Baseball game on March 25 was suspended due to the time limit. When the game was resumed later, the Indians scored three runs in the top of the sixth, and held on for a 12-9 victory.

Leading the offensive assault for the Indians were Logan Quijano, three hits with a base on balls, two runs; Bailey Jacobs, two hits with a triple, two runs; Jackson Cline, one hit with a run and two RBIs; and Dalton Henson, one hit with a base on balls and a run.

For the Dodgers, Clay Ross slammed a solo home run for the Dodgers; Braden Sutton, two hits; Jaden Avalos, one hit with two bases on ball, three runs; and Triston Berryhill, one hit with a base on balls.

Peyton Willoughby worked three innings and threw 77 pitches with three strikeouts for the Indians; Jacobs pitched two-thirds of an inning and threw 23 pitches with one strikeout; and Carter Owen pitched 2 1/3 innings and had 36 pitches with six strikeouts.

For the Dodgers, Kolbe Benham pitched two innings and had 41 pitches with two strikeouts; Ross, one inning and 30 pitches with two strikeouts; Evan Crane, one-third of an inning with 13 pitches; Cole Crump, two-thirds of an inning with 20 pitches and a strikeout; Avalos, 11 pitches; and Colin Eaton, worked two innings and threw 46 pitches with threw strikeouts.

Other Indian hitters were Zack Dunn, four bases on balls and a run; Nick Bailey, two bases on balls, hit by pitch, three runs; Carter Owen, two bases on balls, one run; Carson Gage, two bases on balls; Giles Turner, a base on balls, a run and an RBI.

Also hitting for the Dodgers were Crane, two bases on balls and a run; Benham, a base on balls, two runs; Crump, a run and an RBI; Austin Phillips, a run.



Tigers 15, Phillies 6

Brady Craig, Jacob Evans and Jacob Edwards combined for a three-hitter for the Tigers in their 15-6 victory over the Phillies.

Craig pitched three innings and delivered 46 pitches with five strikeouts; Evans, threw one inning with 33 pitches and three strikeouts; and Edwards, one inning and 16 pitches with one strikeout.

Wielding the offensive muscle for the Tigers were Tyler Gambill, three hits with an RBI, two runs; Brady Evans, two hits with two doubles, two runs; Koby Jordan, two hits with a double, three RBIs, two runs; and Khia Knox, two hits with two RBIs, two runs; Jacob Desmond a triple, a base on balls, a run, and two RBIs; Micah Tart, one hit with two bases on balls, three runs; and Craig, one hit with a base on balls, an RBI, two runs.

For the Phillies, Mike Abernathy had one hit with two runs; Thomas Peters, one hit with a run, and Dylan Childers, one hit.

Abernathy pitched two innings and 30 pitches with no strikeouts, Camden Webb, one inning and 45 pitches with one strikeout, and Karson Hornberger, one inning and 45 pitches with two strikeouts.

The game was called after 4 1/2 innings due to the time limit.

Others contributing offensively for the Tigers were: Jacob Evans, two bases on balls, a run; and LaShun Henderson, hit by pitch.

Other hitters for the Phillies were Dante Harris, two bases on balls and a run; Lane Shields, a base on balls, a run; Coy Cappelen, a base on balls, a run; and Tyler Puiz, a base on balls.

Colts 14, Padres 4

In the bottom of the fourth, Ethan Wolfe singled and then scored on a walk-off RBI single by Caz Smith to give the Colts a 14-4 victory over the Padres.

Also for the Colts, Smith had four hits with two runs and two RBIs; Alex Freeman had two hits with a double, three runs and three RBIs, Kaison Williams had two hits with a double, two runs, two RBIs; Jonah Gambill had one hit with a base on balls, a run; Trevor Montgomery, one hit with a base on balls and a run; Wolfe, one hit with a run; and Mason Brown, one hit with a run.

For the Padres, Trevor Pfiester blasted a solo home run. Padre hitters were Dadrian Dennis had two hits with a run; Pfiester, one hit with a home run, a base on balls, a run and an RBI; Malik Watts, one hit with a run and an RBI; Christian Martin, one hit with a run; and Logan Harrelson, one hit with a base on balls and an RBI.

Logan Cagle pitched a four-inning complete game for the Colts with 74 pitches and five strikeouts.

For the Padres, Pfiester pitched 2 1/3 innings and threw 78 pitches with five strikeouts, and Watts pitched 1 1/3 innings and 31 pitches with four strikeouts.

The game was called in the bottom of the fourth inning due to the 10-run rule.

Others contributing offensively for the Colts were Cagle, a base on balls, and a run; Patrick Shelley, a base on balls and a run; and Jackson Davenport, a run.

Braves 9, Crackers 4

Trey Holstein had three hits with a double and three RBIs to lead the Braves to a 9-4 victory over the Crackers.

Also, Riley Collier had one hit with a double, a base on balls, a hit by pitch and two runs while Jesse Grogan had a triple, a run and an RBI for the Braves.

Jackson Norris was the leading hitter for the Crackers with two hits and an RBI; Charlie Heidmann had one hit with a run and an RBI; Titus Jones, a triple and two runs; and TJ Jackson, one hit with a run.

For the Braves, Austin Baker, Holstein and Byers Murray each pitched two innings. Baker threw 37 pitches with six strikeouts; Holstein, 34 pitches with four strikeouts, and Murray, 27 pitches with two strikeouts.

For the Crackers, Josh Nolan pitched 1 1/3 innings and threw 50 pitches with two strikeouts, and Lane Hudson worked 3 2/3 innings and threw 59 pitches with five strikeouts.

Others contributing to the Braves’ offensive attack were Eoin Neal, a base on balls, two runs; Austin Baker, a base on balls, an RBI; Murray, a base on balls and a run; JaQualyn Mayhall, a base on balls and a run; Hayden Cagle, a base on balls and a run; John Robinson, a base on balls and a run.

Others helping the Crackers offensively were Norris, two hits with an RBI; Heidmann, one hit with a run and an RBI; Jones, one hit with a triple, two runs; Jackson, one hit with a run; Hudson, base on balls; Jaylen Adkins, base on balls; Jalen Thomas, base on balls; Caleb Jones, base on balls.