Trailing 7-2 after three innings, the Tigers battled back to tie the Dodgers in the fifth inning before going down, 13-7, as the Dodgers scored six unanswered runs in Cartersville Little League postseason play.
Spencer Dickey, Joseph Conway and Hunter Gates had eighth-inning hits to provide the Dodgers with the six-run win as they held the Tigers scoreless in the bottom of the eighth.
That sequence of events followed a five-run Tigers' rally that began in the fourth inning when they scored three runs on hits by John Reed Evans and Parker Tidwell.
In the fifth inning, the Tigers tallied two runs on a hit by Trenton Frazier and a home run by Bret Phinney.
Frazier and Tidwell had two hits each for the Tigers, while Phinney, Evans and Nathan Colston had a hit apiece.
Gates and Caleb Gridley led the Dodgers with three hits each. Conway and Joseph Jolly (triple) added two hits each, and Dickey, Parker Roberson, Alex Hassinger and Thomas Jolly all had a hit.
Joseph Jolly (three strikeouts in five innings), Roberson and Conway (four strikeouts in four innings) each pitched for the Dodgers.
The Tigers used six pitchers. They were: Tidwell (three strikeouts in four innings), Grant Harris (one strikeout in two innings), Phinney (three strikeouts in two innings), Evans, Anthony Seigler (four strikeouts in four innings), and Harrison Osborn.
Below are other postseason games from Tuesday.
Padres 9, Crackers 8
Max McGinnis led the Padres to a come-from-behind win over the Crackers with four hits, including two home runs.
Tied 6-6 after five innings, the Crackers went ahead, 8-6, in the top of the sixth inning, but the Padres rallied for the 9-8 win in the bottom of the sixth.
Other hitters for the Padres included Brandon Reaves and Rodrick Winburn (two hits each), and Chaz Edmonson, Sean Holt, Zack Taylor and Jacob Frye.
Padres' pitchers Frye, McGinnis and Reaves combined for 11 strikeouts in six innings.
Israel Dover led the Crackers with three hits, and Colin Shea (two), Joshua Mayo (two), Brandon Allen, Will Bentley and Cameron Simpson had the Crackers' other hits.
Chet Taylor struck out five in five innings, and Allen (two strikeouts in two innings) and Shea also pitched for the Crackers.
Braves 8, Colts 6
The Braves defeated the Colts, 8-6, as Dustin Hanks got two hits and Hayden Siniard came up with six strikeouts on the mound.
Hanks led a group of Braves' hits, which also included contributions from Corey Brown, Colbie Clark, Grant Tidwell, Bradley Sutton and Garett Cornett.
Robby Earick, Siniard (four innings) and Brown (two strikeouts in one inning) pitched in the Braves' win.
Jacob Woods, who struck out seven in four innings, and Sam Martin pitched for the Colts.
The Colts got six hits total from Darius Huskins, Boo Reed, Parker Cagle, Levi Ayers, Zachary Woods and Jacob Woods.
Phillies 11, Indians 8
Jake Hacker provided some offense and Zach Blackmon, who added two hits, pitched a complete game for the Phillies in their 11-8 win against the Indians.
Hacker, who had two hits and a home run, was among Phillies' batters who got hits. Collin Sapp, who also had two hits, Blackmon, Logan Ledford, Drew Adsit, Dax Edwards and Jake Norris were the others.
Blackmon struck out eight Indians in six innings.
Indians' pitchers Josh Bruce and Bailey Campbell combined for seven strikeouts in six innings in their team's loss.
Campbell had three hits, and Tyler Darnell added three hits, plus a home run. Bruce (two hits), Jordan Amason, Blake Adams, Noah Daniel and Jacob Gambill had the Indians' other hits.