Olson Construction wins Major League title with shutout

MIKE CARROLL/PLAINSMAN The Olson Construction Braves won the Major League championship on Thursday. Front row, from left: Noah Koops, Jayden Ryman, Ethan Huehl, Uriah Cardona and Kasen Armstrong. Back row: coach Jeff Gilbert, Ben Cardona, Quincy Rashaad, JJ Gilbert, Colt Culver, Carter Porisch and coach Kyle Porisch.

HURON — A four-run rally in the third inning helped the Olson Construction Braves claim the Major League Championship of the 2022 Little League season with a 5-0 win against the Carr Chiropractic Phillies on Thursday at Roger Kasa Little League Complex.

Four of the eight hits in the game for the Braves came in the fourth inning. Quincy Rashaad, JJ Gilbert,  and Carter Porisch all had singles and score, while Colt Culver also had a single and Kasen Armstrong also scored.

Colt Culver of the Olson Construction Braves connects during an at-bat in the Major League championship game Thursday at the Roger Kasa Little League Complex.

The other run for Olson Construction cam in the fifth inning. Gilbert reached base after being hit by a pitch and was able to score on a double by Culver to make it 5-0.

Mason Tipton of the Carr Chiropractic Phillies swings at a pitch during the Major League title game Thursday. Both games were played at Roger Kasa Little League Complex.

Culver finished the game with three hits, including a pair of doubles for the Braves, while Rashaad also had a double. Also recording hits were Uriah Cardon and Jayden Rymen.

Tucker Lien highlighted the offensive effort for Carr Chiropractic with a triple, while Mason Tipton also had a hit.


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