The Richmond Register


June 21, 2013

LITTLE LEAGUE: Tigers take title

RICHMOND — The Davis Law Tigers battled through the loser’s bracket of the Richmond Little League’s Minor League American Division Tournament to claim a title.

The Tigers defeated the Madison Pediatrics Indians 5-0 Friday at Lake Reba in the championship game.

Luke Coleman pitched a complete-game, two-hit shutout. Dylan Witt walked twice and scored twice, Coleman also scored twice and Colton Perkins had a single, double and scored a run.

The Tigers scored three times in the third and two more runs in the fourth.

Zachary Holbrook had both hits for the Indians.

Holbrook and Nathan Haskins pitched for the Indians.

The Tigers defeated the Indians, 18-5, on Wednesday to set up a one-game showdown for the title.

Following the game, the 2013 Richmond 9-10 year-old American Division All-Stars were announced.

The team includes: Sean Lyle (84 Lumber Angels), Colton Perkins and Dylan Witt (Davis Law Tigers), Kaden Carr-White, Dawson Hall and Blake Raider (Madison Dental Yankees), Nathan Haskins and Zachary Holbrook (Madison Pediatrics Indians) and Keaton Rice, Canon Scenters and Brady Vaughn (Renfo’s Collision Rangers).

Dodgers stay alive

The Roberts Insurance Dodgers needed a late rally to keep their season alive.

Hayden Wasch delivered a two-run walk-off single in the fifth inning Friday at Lake Reba that gave the Dodgers a 6-5 win over the Total Comfort Reds in the Richmond Little League’s Minor League National Division Tournament.

The win sets up a one-game showdown between the teams for the title. That game is scheduled for Sunday at Lake Reba.

The Dodgers scored four times in the bottom of the first to take a 4-1 lead. The Reds scored a run in the second and took the lead with three runs in the top of the fifth.

In the bottom of the fifth, Aiden Carter and Braeden Ray got on base and scored on a single to right field by Wasch.

Ray scored two runs for the Dodgers, while Carter, Selicity Broaddus, Zach Hess and Landen Broaddus each scored a run.

Selicity Broaddus, Carter and Ray all pitched for the Dodgers.

Bryce Snapp, Carter Ruffner, Austin Bowen, Thomas Luxon and Will Brockman each scored a run for the Reds. Bowen and Snapp pitched the Reds.

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