Owen powers Indians over Phillies, 18-6, in LL play
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Carter Owen slammed a solo home run, an RBI triple and an RBI double to power the Indians to an 18-6 victory over the Phillies in Cartersville Little League Baseball play May 1. Owens finished with three hits with a home run, a triple, a double, a base on ball, four runs and three RBIs.

Owens had plenty of help at the plate from Chris Davis, Dalton Henson, Peyton Willoughby, Connor Clawson and Carson Gage, who each had two hits. Davis had two hits with a double, two runs, three RBIs; Henson, two hits with a base on balls, three runs, two RBIs; Willoughby, two hits with a double, two runs, two RBIs; Clawson, two hits with a double, a base on balls, a run, three RBIs; and Gage, two hits with a base on balls, a run. Bailey Jacobs added one hit with a triple, three runs. Also contributing at the plate were Giles Turner, hit by pitch, a run; Nick Bailey, a run; and Zach Dunn, a base on balls.

Davis and Willoughby combined to pitch a two-hitter with eight strikeouts. Davis pitched one inning and delivered 42 pitches with two strikeouts, and Willoughby pitched three innings and delivered 61 pitches with six strikeouts.

For the Phillies, Thomas Peters had one hit with a base on balls, two RBIs; and Jake Woodall had one hit with an RBI. Also contributing offensively were Tyler Putz, a base on balls, two runs, an RBI; Karson Hornberger, a base on balls, a run; Lance Shield, a base on balls, a run; Matthew Surrett, a run; Camden Webb, a run.

Coy Cappelen pitched 1/3 inning and threw 37 pitches; Camden Webb, 2 2/3 innings and 63 pitches with six strikeouts; and Micheal Abernathy, one inning and 35 pitches with three strikeouts.

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

Colts 11, Crackers 3

Jonah Gambill and Kaison Williams combined for a four-hitter with 13 strikeouts in the Colts’ 11-3 victory over the Crackers.

Gambill pitched four innings with 68 pitches and six strikeouts, and Williams pitched two innings and threw 33 pitches with seven strikeouts.

Williams also led the Colts at the plate with two hits with a double, a base on balls, four runs, two RBIs; Logan Cagle had one hit with two bases on balls, two runs, two RBIs; and Tate Smith had one hit with a base on balls. Other offensive contributors were Gambill, two bases on balls, three runs; Ethan Wolfe, a base on balls, an RBI; Caz Smith, a base on balls, a run; Patrick Shelley, a base on balls, a run; Alex Freeman, an RBI; Mason Brown, a base on balls.

For the Crackers, Titus Jones had one hit with a base on ball, two RBIs; Jackson Norris, one hit with a base on balls; TJ Jackson, one hit with two runs; and Jaylen Akins, one hit; Micah Earwood, a run; Marco Wilkey, a base on balls.

Norris pitched two innings and threw 35 pitches with one strikeout; Micah Earwood, two innings and 58 pitches with five strikeouts; and Jackson, two innings and 42 pitches with two strikeouts.

Padres 12, Braves 9

Trevor Pfiester blasted a three-run home run to lead the Padres to a 12-9 defeat of the Braves.

Pfiester finished with three hits with two runs and three RBIs.

Malik Watts had two hits with a double, a base on balls, two runs, two RBIs; and Danny Fisher, two hits with a run, an RBI; Chanc Willis one hit with two bases on balls, two runs, an RBI; Dadrian Dennis, one hit with a base on balls, three runs; Jesse Martin, one hit with a base on balls, a run; and Mack Morris, one hit with a run. Others contributing at the plate were Zach Fisher, a base on balls, an RBI; Cason Vogelsang, a base on balls.

Pfiester pitched 4 1/3 innings and threw 83 pitches with five strikeouts, and Fisher pitched 2/3 innings, threw 11 pitches with one strikeout.

For the Braves, Logan Martin had two hits with a double, two RBIs; Hayden Cagle, two hits with a base on balls, two runs, an RBI; Jesse Grogan, two hits with two runs; Trey Holstein, one hit with a double, a run, three RBIs; Hunter Campbell, one hit with two runs; Eoin Neal, one hit with a run; Riley Collier, one hit; and JaQualyn Mayhall, one hit. Also contributing at the plate was Austin Baker, a run.

Campbell pitched 2 1/3 innings and threw 46 pitches with one strikeout; Austin Baker, one inning with 43 pitches and two strikeouts; and Byers Murray, 1 2/3 innings and 29 pitches with two strikeouts.

The game was called in the bottom of the fifth inning due to the curfew.

Tigers 11, Dodgers 10

Trailing 10-9, the Tigers rallied for two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to edge the Dodgers, 11-10.

Brady Evans singled and scored on a pitch that got past the Dodgers’ catcher. Tyler Gamble singled and then scored the winning run on a walk-off RBI single by Brady Craig.

Josh Quinney and Micah Tart hammered home runs for the Tigers. Quinney finished with three hits, a double, a triple and a home run, and drew a base on balls, scored three runs and hit two RBIs; and Tart finished with two hits with a home run, two runs, one RBI. Craig had two hits with a run, four RBIs; Jacob Desmond, two hits with a double and an RBI. Gamble had one hit with a hit by pitch, two runs; Evans, one hit with a run; Khian Knox, one hit with a run; and Jacob Evans, one hit with an RBI. Also contributing at the plate were CJ Loyal, an RBI; and Koby Jordan, a run.

Tart pitched three innings and delivered 62 pitches with two strikeouts, and Craig pitched three innings and offered up 53 pitches with five strikeouts.

Clay Ross led the Dodgers at the plate with two hits with a double, a run, two RBIs; Cole Crump, one hit with a run; Evan Crane, one hit with an RBI; Colin Eaton, one hit with two runs; and Triston Berryhill, one hit. Others contributing at the plate were Kolbe Benham, a base on balls, two runs, an RBI; Tanner Wall, two runs, an RBI; Jaiden Avalos, a run, an RBI; Tanner Brumfield, a base on balls; Braden Sutton, a base on balls.

Ross pitched 4 2/3 innings and delivered 88 pitches with six strikeouts, and Kolbe Benham pitched 2/3 innings and threw 23 pitches with two strikeouts.