Evans helps muscle Tigers over Colts, 10-8, in LL play
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Brady Evans powered the Tigers to a 10-8 victory over the Colts in Cartersville Little League baseball play May 5.

Evans had four hits with a double, two runs, three RBIs; Tyler Gamble had two hits with two doubles, a base on balls, two runs, an RBI; Micah Tart had one hit with a double, a hit by pitch, three runs; Josh Quinney, one hit with a triple, a run, two RBls; Koby Jordan, one hit with a run, an RBI; Brady Craig, one hit with two RBIs; and Jacob Desmond, one hit with a base on balls; CJ Loyal, a run.

Jonah Gambill blasted two home runs for the Colts, a grand slam home run in the first inning and a solo home run in the sixth. Gambill also had a hit by pitch, five RBIs, two runs. Kaison Williams had two hits with a double, a base on balls, three runs; Alex Freeman, two hits; and Logan Cagle, one hit with a double, two bases on balls, a run. Also contributing offensively were Tate Smith, two bases on balls; Caz Smith, a base on balls, a run; Trevor Montgomery, a run.

For the Tigers, Desmond threw 17 pitches, and Tart worked six innings and tossed 87 pitches with seven strikeouts.

Gambill pitched the first four innings for the Colts, throwing 83 pitches with seven strikeouts; Cagle pitched the final two innings, throwing 32 pitches with three strikeouts.

Crackers 15, Dodgers 14

The Crackers and the Dodgers battled to a 14-14 tie after six innings, when the game was suspended due to the time limit. When the game was resumed, the Crackers scored one run in the bottom of the seventh to edge the Dodgers, 15-14.

Titus Jones and Jackson Norris were the top hitters for the Crackers. Jones had two hits with a double, a triple, a base on balls, three runs, two RBIs; and Norris had two hits with a hit by pitch, a base on balls, three runs, two RBIs; Charlie Heidmann had one hit with a double, three bases on balls, three runs; Josh Nolan, one hit with a run, two RBIs; Lane Hudson, one hit with two runs; and TJ Jackson, one hit with a run. Other Crackers contributing at the plate were Jaylen Adkins, two bases on balls, an RBI; Christian Gardner, two bases on balls, a run; Marco Wilkey, a base on balls.

The Dodgers used a balanced offensive attack, with nine players getting a total of 12 hits.

Jaylen Benham had two hits with a double, a hit by pitch, three runs; Kolbe Benham, two hits with a base on balls, two runs; and Tanner Wall, two hits with a run. Clay Ross had one hit with a double, two runs, an RBI; Evan Crane, one hit with two hit by pitches, two runs, an RBI; Tanner Brumfield, one hit with a hit by pitch, a run; Braden Sutton, one hit with an RBI; Colin Eaton, one hit with a double; and Tristan Brumfield, one hit. Also, Jaden Analos had a hit by pitch, a run.

For the Crackers, Heidmann worked three innings and threw 77 pitches with four strikeouts; Hutson, three innings and 38 pitches; and Jones, one inning and 20 pitches with one strikeout.

For the Dodgers, Eaton worked two innings and threw 67 pitches with five strikeouts; Kolbe Benham, two innings and 40 pitches with three strikeouts; Brumfield, 1 2/3 innings and 46 pitches with two strikeouts; and Crane, 1 1/3 innings and 26 pitches with one strikeout.



Padres 26, Phillies 16

In the highest scoring game of the season so far, the Padres outlasted the Phillies, 26-16.

Dadrian Dennis, Chanc Willis and Mack Morris led the Padres at the plate. Dennis had two hits with a double, three bases on balls, four runs, three RBIs; Willis, two hits with a double, two runs, two RBIs; and Morris, two hits with two bases on balls, two runs. Christian Martin had one hit with two runs, two RBIs; Trevor Pfiester, one hit with a double, a run, four RBIs; and Danny Fisher, one hit with a run. Others contributing offensively were Zach Fisher, four bases on balls, four runs, an RBI; Cason Vogelsang, four bases on balls, three runs, an RBI; Logan Harrelson, three bases on balls, three runs; Xzavier Moore, two bases on balls, two runs, an RBI; Malik Watts, a hit by pitch, two runs.

For the Phillies, Karson Hornberger, one hit with a base on balls, two runs, an RBI; Mike Abernathy, one hit, a double and a base on balls; Thomas Peters, a run, two RBIs; Matthew Surrett, three bases on balls, two runs; Lance Shields, two bases on balls, two runs; Dante Harris, two bases on balls, two runs; Tyler Putz, two bases on balls, two runs; Camden Webb, two bases on balls, two runs; Jake Woodall, a base on balls, two runs, two RBIs; Coy Cappelen, a base on balls, a run; Dylan Childers, an RBI.

Five players shared mound duties for the Padres. Trevor Pfiester worked 1/3 inning and threw 24 pitches with one strikeout; Danny Fisher, 1 2/3 innings and 40 pitches with three strikeouts; Xzavier Moore, one inning and 25 pitches with one strikeout; Cason Vogelsang, 1/3 inning and 31 pitches; and Zach Fisher, 2/3 inning and 15 pitches with one strikeout.

Six players pitched for the Phillies. Hornberger pitched 1/3 inning and threw 37 pitches with one strikeout; Jake Woodall, 2 1/3 innings and 74 pitches with three strikeouts; Dante Harris 1/3 inning and 12 pitches; Thomas Peters, 1/3 inning, 16 pitches; Amarion Stenzel, 13 pitches; and Matthew Surrett, 2/3 inning and 11 pitches with one strikeout.

The game was suspended after three innings due to the time limit and resumed later.

Braves 19, Indians 11

Tied 11-11 after six innings, the Braves exploded for eight runs in the top of the seventh and then shut down the Indians in the bottom of the frame to earn a 19-11 win.

Preston Welchel slammed two three-run home runs and a two-run triple for the Braves, finishing also with a base on balls, four runs, seven RBIs. Logan Martin had two hits with two bases on balls, four runs; Austin Baker, two hits with a hit by pitch, a base on balls, two runs, an RBI; and Trey Holstein, two hits with a base on balls, a run. Byers Murray had one hit with four bases on balls, five runs; and Hunter Campbell had one hit with a run. Also contributing offensively were Riley Collier, a base on balls; Hayden Cagle, a base on balls; Eoin Neal, a run.

Martin pitched 1 1/3 innings and delivered 35 pitches with three strikeouts; Murray, 1 2/3 innings and 27 pitches with three strikeouts; Welchel, three innings and 64 pitches with three strikeouts; and Baker, one inning and 16 pitches with two strikeouts.

Carter Owen and Bailey Jacobs were the top hitters for the Indians. Owen had two hits with a double, two runs, three RBIs; and Jacobs had two hits with a base on balls, three runs. Dalton Hensor had one hit with a double, a run, two RBIs; Chris Davis, one hit with a base on balls, two runs, an RBI; and Nick Bailey, one hit with a base on balls. Also, Payton Willoughby drew a base on balls, scored three runs and had an RBI.

Davis pitched 3 2/3 innings and 75 pitches with five strikeouts; Willoughby, 1 2/3 innings and 36 pitches with two strikeouts; and Owen, 1 2/3 innings and 64 pitches with three strikeouts.