Evans powers Tigers to victory with 2-run home run
by Little League Reports
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Brady Evans blasted a two-run home run in the top of the first inning, and the Tigers roared to a 17-3 victory over the Indians in Cartersville Little League baseball play on April 1.

Koby Jordan followed with a triple and scored on an RBI-single by Tyler Gamble. Josh Quinney cleared the bases with a two-run home run.

Evans had two hits with a home run, a base on balls, three runs and three RBIs; Jordan, two hits with a triple, two runs and two RBIs; Quinney, two hits with a home run, three runs, three RBIs; and Gamble, one hit with a bases on ball, two runs and two RBIs. Jacob Edwards had two hits with a run; Micah Tart, one hit with a double, a base on balls, four runs and an RBI; and Jacob Desmond, one hit with a base on balls, a run and an RBI.

Carter Owen slammed a two-run home run for the Indians. Peyton Willoughby had one hit with a triple, a run and an RBI; Chris Davis, one hit; and Jackson Cline, one hit.

For the Tigers, Jordan pitched 3 1/3 innings and 58 pitches with six strikeouts, and Tart worked 2/3 of an inning and threw 19 pitches with two strikeouts.

Dalton Henson pitched 1/3 of an inning and threw 45 pitches with one strikeout for the Indians. Bailey Jacobs followed with 2/3 of an inning, throwing 39 pitches with two strikeouts; Logan Quijano worked one inning and threw 35 pitches with two strikeouts; and Chris Davis worked one inning and threw 12 pitches with two strikeouts.

The game was called after 3 1/2 innings due to the 10-run rule.

Other Tigers contributing at the plate were CJ Loyal, two bases on balls, and LaShun Henderson, one base on balls and one run.

Other Indians contributing at the plate were Jackson Cline, one hit; and Zack Dunn, a base on balls and a run.

Dodgers 18, Phillies 7

With a narrow lead of 9-7 after three innings, the Dodgers erupted for nine runs in the top of the fourth and held on for an 18-7 win over the Phillies.

Clay Ross and Kolbe Benham led the Dodgers at the plate. Ross had two hits with a double, three RBIs and two runs; and Benham had two hits with a double, two RBIs and two runs. Braden Sutton had one hit with a home run, three RBIs and two runs; Evan Crane had one hit with a triple, a base on balls, a hit by pitch and a run; Tanner Wall, one hit with a base on balls, two RBIs, two runs; and Jaylen Benham, one hit with an RBI.

Michael Abernathy hammered a three-run home run for the Phillies, finishing with two hits with a home run, a run and three RBIs. Tyler Putz had one hit with a base on balls and a run, and Coy Cappelen had one hit with a run.

For the Dodgers, Crane pitched 1/3 of an inning and 27 pitches; Cole Crump, 2/3 of an inning and 14 pitches with two strikeouts; Ross, two innings and 34 pitches with four strikeouts; and Colin Eaton, one inning and 15 pitches with two strikeouts.

Karson Hornberger pitched two innings and 51 pitches with one strikeout for the Phillies; Camden Webb, one inning and 36 pitches with two strikeouts, and Cappelen, one inning and 26 pitches.

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

Other Dodgers contributing at the plate were Jaden Avalos, two bases on balls, a hit by pitch and two runs; Crump, base on balls; Tanner Brumfield, a base on balls and a run; Tristan Berryhill, two runs; Austin Phillips, two runs; and Colin Eaton, a run and an RBI.

Other Phillies contributing offensively were Thomas Peters, a base on balls and a run; Karson Hornberger, a base on balls and a run; Camden Webb, a run; and Dante Harris, a run.



Crackers 15, Padres 9

Trailing 9-6 after 4 1/2 innings, the Crackers rallied for nine runs in the bottom of the fifth to defeat the Padres, 15-9.

Nine players had hits for the Crackers. Titus Jones led the way with three hits with a double, four runs and an RBI; Jackson Norris had two hits with two runs; Jaylen Akins, two hits with a base on balls, two runs; and Josh Nolan, two hits with a run, three RBIs; TJ Jackson, one hit with two RBIs; Marco Wilkey, one hit with a base on balls, two runs; Lane Hutson, one hit with an RBI, two runs; Micah Earwood, one hit with a base on balls and a run; and Charlie Heidmann, one hit with a run.

Malik Watts powered the Padres with three hits with a home run, a double, two runs and six RBIs; Christian Martin, one hit with a hit by pitch, two runs; Trevor Pfiester, one hit with a base on balls, an RBI; Mack Morris, one hit with a hit by pitch, a run; Dadrian Dennis, one hit with a run and an RBI; and Logan Harrelson, one hit.

Jones and Heidmann teamed up on the mound for the Crackers with Jones pitching three innings and throwing 55 pitches with two strikeouts, and Heidmann pitching two innings and throwing 36 pitches with three strikeouts.

For the Padres, Pfiester pitched two innings and 34 pitches with two strikeouts; Watts, two innings and 50 pitches with one strikeout; Willis, 2/3 of an inning and 37 pitches; and Jesse Martin, 1/3 of an inning and 12 pitches with one strikeout.

The game was called after five innings due to the curfew.

Other Padres contributing at the plate were Chanc Willis, a hit by pitch, a base on balls, two runs; Danny Fisher, a run.

Colts 15, Braves 3

Jonah Gambill and Kaison Williams powered the Colts to a 15-3 victory over the Braves.

Gambill blasted a grand slam home run and a double with three runs, four RBIs, and Williams slammed a two-run home run. Mason Brown had two hits with a double, a run and two RBIs, and Caz Smith had two hits with an RBI, two runs. Patrick Shelley had one hit with a base on balls, a run; and Tate Smith had one hit with a run and an RBI.

Brown worked three innings and threw 60 pitches with four strikeouts.

For the Braves, Hunter Campbell had one hit with a triple, a run; Jesse Grogan, one hit with a double, an RBI; and Austin Baker, one hit with a run and an RBI.

Baker pitched one inning and threw 40 pitches with one strikeout; Grogan, worked 1 1/3 innings and threw 28 pitches, and Campbell threw 20 pitches.

Others contributing to the Colts offensive attack were Trevor Montgomery, two bases on balls, two runs; Alex Freeman, a base on balls, two runs and an RBI; Logan Cagle, a base on balls, an RBI and a run; Jackson Davenport, hit by pitch and a run.

Also helping the Braves offensively were Riley Collier, two bases on balls; Eoin Neal, a base on balls; JaQualyn Mayhall, a base on balls; and Byers Murray, a run.