Colts turn offensive in beating Phillies 17-7 in LL play
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The Colts used a balanced offensive attack in their 17-7 win over the Phillies in Cartersville Little League play April 16. Eleven Colts scored at least one run, and 10 Colts had at least one hit.

Alex Freeman led the Colts with three hits with two runs, an RBI; Tate Smith, two hits with a base on balls, three runs; Jonah Gambill, two hits with a hit by pitch, two runs; Jackson Davenport, two hits with a base on balls, a run and an RBI; Logan Cagle, two hits with a base on balls, a run; Caz Smith, one hit with a base on balls, two runs; Chase Barger, one hit with a base on balls, two runs; Patrick Shelley, one hit with two bases on balls, a run; Kaison Williams, one hit with a hit by pitch, a run; and Trevor Montgomery, one hit with a base on balls, a run; and Ethan Wolfe, a base on balls and a run.

For the Colts, Montgomery pitched one inning and threw 22 pitches with one strikeout; Shelley, two innings and 53 pitches with five strikeouts; and Ethan Wolfe, one inning and 23 pitches with two strikeouts.

For the Phillies, Karson Hornsberger and Thomas Peters were the top hitters. Hornsberger had two hits with two runs; Peters had two hits with a run and an RBI; Matthew Surrett had one hit with an RBI; Camden Webb, one hit with a base on balls, two runs; and Lance Shields, one hit with a run; Tyler Putz, a base on balls and a run; and Dante Harris, a base on balls.

For the Phillies, Michael Abernathy threw 14 pitches; Putz, 2/3 innings and 49 pitches with one strikeout; Jake Woodall, 1 1/3 innings and 18 pitches with one strikeout; Harris, 1 1/3 innings and 38 pitches with two strikeouts; and Shields, nine pitches. The game was called in the bottom of the fifth due to the 10-run rule.

Indians 13, Crackers 8

Bailey Jacobs and Chris Davis led the Indians at the plate in their 13-8 victory over the Crackers.

Jacobs had three hits with a double, three RBI, three runs; Davis, two hits with a double, three RBI, one run; Peyton Willoughby, one hit with two RBI; Logan Quijano, one hit with a run; and Giles Turner, one hit with a run.

For the Indians Willoughby threw three innings, delivering 61 pitches with six strikeouts; Carter Owen, 1 1/3 inning and 23 pitches with three strikeouts; Davis, 1/3 inning and 20 pitches with one strikeout; and Jacobs, 1 1/3 inning and 11 pitches with one strikeout.

Titus Jones blasted a two-run home run for the Crackers; Jackson Norris had two hits with a base on balls, three runs; and Micah Earwood, two hits with two runs; Charlie Heidmann, one hit with a base on balls, an RBI, a run; Josh Nolan, one hit with a double, two RBI; TJ Jackson, one hit with a run; and Jaylen Adkins, one hit with an RBI.

Norris pitched 2 1/3 innings and 60 pitches with one strikeout, and Lane Hutson pitched 2 2/3 innings and 40 pitches with one strikeout.

The game was called after five innings due to the time limit.

Also contributing offensively for the Indians, Connor Clawson had a base on balls, two runs; Owen, hit by pitch, a run; Jackson Cline, a hit by pitch, a run; Dalton Henson, an RBI; Carson Gage, a base on balls, a run; Zach Dunn, a base on balls, a run; and Nick Bailey, a run.

Others contributing offensively for the Crackers were Hudson, an RBI; Marco Wilkey, a base on balls; Christian Gardner, a base on balls; and Jalen Thomas, a base on balls.



Tigers 10, Padres 0

Koby Jordan and Brady Craig combined for a two-hit shutout in the Tigers 10-0 win over the Padres.

Jordan threw three innings and 64 pitches with eight strikeouts, and Craig threw one inning and 17 pitches with one strikeout for the Tigers.

Micah Tart and Tyler Gamble powered the Tigers at the plate. Tart slammed a solo home run, an RBI double and a walk-off RBI single. Tart finished with three hits with a home run, a double, three RBIs, two runs; Gamble had three hits with two doubles, two RBIs, two runs; Jordan, two hits with an RBI, a run; Josh Quinney, two hits with a double; Brady Evans, one hit with a base on balls, a run; Khian Knox, one hit with a base on balls, a run; Jacob Evans, one hit with a run; and Brittney Henderson, one hit; Brady Craig, a base on balls, two runs; Jacob Desmond, a base on balls and an RBI.

Chanc Willis had two hits with a double for the Padres; Malik Watts, a base on balls; Xzavier Moore, hit by pitch; Logan Harrelson, a base on balls.

For the Padres, Malik Watts pitched one inning and 32 pitches with one strikeout; Dadrian Dennis, one inning and 29 pitches with one strikeout; Danny Fisher, one inning and 15 pitches; and Mack Morris, nine pitches.

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

Braves 6, Dodgers 3

The Braves edged the Dodgers 6-3 with strong pitching from Logan Martin, Trey Holstein and Byers Murray.

Martin pitched four innings and 75 pitches with five strikeouts for the Braves; Holstein, 1 1/3 innings and 20 pitches with one strikeout; and Murray, 2/3 innings and 12 pitches.

At the plate for the Braves, Hayden Cagle had one hit with a base on balls, a run; Holstein, one hit with a base on balls; Murray, one hit with a run; Eoin Neal, one hit; and John Robinson, one hit.

For the Dodgers, Cole Crump had one hit with a base on balls; Jaylen Benham, one hit with an RBI; Colin Eaton, one hit with a run; and Tanner Brumfield, one hit.

Six players threw for the Dodgers. Eaton pitched 2 1/3 innings and 59 pitches with five strikeouts; Kolbe Benham, 2/3 innings and six pitches with one strikeout; Brumfield, one inning and 29 pitches with two strikeouts; Clay Ross, one inning and 14 pitches with one strikeout; Crump, 2/3 innings and 20 pitches with two strikeouts; and Evan Crane, 1/3 innings and six pitches.

Others contributing offensively to the Braves effort were Riley Collier, a base on balls, a hit by pitch, two runs; Hunter Campbell, two bases on balls, a run; Logan Martin, a base on balls; Jesse Grogan, a run; JaQualyn Mayhall, a base on balls.

Other Dodgers contributing offensively were Kolbe Benham, a base on balls, a run; Ross, a base on balls; Crane, a base on balls; Austin Phillips, a base on balls; and Jaden Avalos, a run.