As wild games go, Tuesday’s LNP Tournament Midget-Midget winner’s bracket contest between Warwick and Mountville was over the top.

The two top seeds entering the tourney traded runs, leads, and everything else until Aidan Hodge, the fourth Indians pitcher, slammed the door in Mountville’s 12-11 victory.

Mountville goes on to Friday’s potential championship game, while the Phillies will face Manheim Township in an elimination game set for 7 Wednesday night at Mount Joy’s Kunkle Field.

The Streaks survived with a 17-4 win vs. Manheim VFW in Tuesday’s opener at Kunkle.

Top-seeded Mountville opened an 8-7 lead after four innings, but Warwick scored four times in the top of the fifth, going up 11-8 on Ethan Zipko’s fourth hit and fourth RBI of the game.

However, as was the case all night, the Indians answered, tying the game on Levi Hackman’s two-run double. Hackman was bunted to third and scored on Josh Toole’s RBI groundout for the eventual winning run.

The wildness started out of the gate as Warwick scored twice in the top of the first, only to see the Indians come back with four in the home half of the inning.

Mountville went up 5-3 after two, before the Phillies’ Tyler Marley stroked a two-run, opposite-field double off the fence in right that made it 5-5 in the third.

Yet, in the bottom of the inning, Ethan Green reached on an error, stole second and scored on Logan Harelson’s single and the Indians took the lead right back. Hackman followed with a run-scoring double and it was 7-5.

Of course, 10 minutes later, it was tied again as Cody Lutz doubled, and scored on Sawyer Martin’s single. Trevor Evans reached on an error and came around on Zipko’s third hit of the game.

Toole, the Indians’ catcher, singled and two outs later, courtesy runner Anthony Dinardi dove around the tag at home plate on Logan “Joey” Waughtel’s single, and Mountville was back in front 8-7 after four.

Zipko was 4 for 4 with a double and the four driven in to lead the Phillies. Hackman went 3 for 3, all of which were doubles, and also drove in four runs for Mountville.

Trey Eckman led the way for Manheim Township in the first game, going 4-for-5, with two doubles and three runs batted in.

Township batted around twice, scoring six runs in both the third and sixth innings, plating at least one in all but the second frame.

VFW tied the game at 2-2 on Brody Groff’s second-inning single. Nolan Book followed by drilling one of the game’s hardest shots, but it went to Streaks shortstop Ben Connors, who turned it into a line-out double play, preventing more damage.

Township followed with six runs on four hits, taking advantage of five walks. Owen Marks, Josh Boll, Connors, Andrew Flury and Eckman all drove in runs during the pivotal third.

Courtesy of his five walks, Boll also drove in three runs, as did Flury.

Amauri Ramirez went 2 for 3 with two RBIs for Manheim VFW.