The Braves and the Yankees (City) both earned double-digit wins Tuesday night in 11-to-12-year-old Cal Ripken action at Johnson Park.
The Braves beat the A’s 24-12, and the Yankees (City) defeated the Indians 15-4.
Braves 24, A’s 12
Charlton and Whitman scored five runs each to help lead the Braves to a 12-run victory over the A’s Tuesday night.
Charlton scored one run each in the second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth innings.
Whitman scored one run each in the first, second, third, fifth and sixth innings.
The Braves scored one run in the first inning, six runs in the second inning, three runs in the third inning, six runs in the fourth inning, four runs in the fifth inning and four runs in the sixth inning for the win.
In the second inning, Charlton, Whitman, Allred, Whatley and Haymons scored on four singles and two walks.
In the fifth and sixth innings, Charlton, Whitman, Allred, Whatley, Odom and Pinkard scored on 13 hits combined in both innings.
The A’s scored three runs in the first inning, three runs in the second inning, two runs in the third inning, three runs in the fourth inning and one run in the sixth inning in the loss.
Allred scored three runs; Whatley scored four runs; Haymons scored one run; Odom scored three runs; Pinkard scored two runs; and Parker scored one run for the Braves.
Yankees (City) 15, Indians 4
The Yankees scored seven runs in the second inning to claim the mercy rule over the Indians Tuesday night.
Diamond Crittenden, Will Jones, Rex Butler Jr., Taylor Griffin, William Riley, Clayton Stephens and Bolton Davis scored in the second inning on three hits by Crittenden, Jones and Butler.
The Indians scored three runs in the second inning and one run in the fourth inning in the loss.
Torres scored one run; Wiggins scored one run; and Douglas scored two runs for the Indians.
In the third inning, the Yankees added two runs on two singles and one triple; and then in the fifth inning four runs came across the plate to seal the win on two singles and one triple.
Jones scored two runs; Butler and Griffin scored four runs each; Stephens scored two runs; and Riley, Davis and Crittenden scored one run each for the Yankees.
Editor’s note: Complete names of players were not available when the Star-News went to press Wednesday evening.