Little League World Series Regionals 2013: Tournament Results and Standings

Ethan GrantAnalyst IAugust 2, 2013

Little League World Series Regionals 2013: Tournament Results and Standings

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    Baseball is a game for the young at heart, and each year the Little League World Series does its best to remind us how joyful life can be when nothing but the game matters. 

    Sixteen teams will travel to Pennsylvania for this year's worldwide tournament. But before the action can begin on August 15, those teams are being decided through regional tournaments over the next few days. 

    Representatives from the Europe & Africa, Australia, Caribbean, Latin America, Mexico, Asia-Pacific and Japan divisions have already been decided, while the other nine participants (Canada and the eight United States divisions) will have their representative by Aug. 11. 

    In preparation for what's sure to be an outstanding trip to Williamsport for some lucky young men and their families, continue to check back for the latest results from the remaining regional tournaments.

Updated Look at LLWS Field

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    DivisionRepresentative
    Great LakesGrosse Pointe Woods-Shores LL
    MidwestUrbandale LL
    Mid-AtlanticNewark National LL
    New EnglandLincoln LL
    SoutheastSouth Nashville LL
    SouthwestUniversal LL
    NorthwestEastlake LL
    WestEastlake LL
    CanadaEast Nepean LL
    Europe & AfricaSouth Moravia LL
    AustraliaPerth Metro Central LL
    CaribbeanSamaritana LL
    Latin AmericaAguadulce Cabezera LL
    MexicoMunicipal De Tijuana LL
    Asia-PacificChung-Ping LL
    JapanMusashi Fuchu LL

    *via LittleLeague.org

     

Regional Schedules/Teams

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    Regional Schedule

    DivisionLocationDates
    Great LakesIndianapolis, Ind.Aug. 3-10
    MidwestIndianapolis, Ind. Aug. 2-9
    Mid-AtlanticBristol, Conn.Aug. 2-11
    New EnglandBristol, Conn.Aug. 2-10
    SoutheastWarner Robbins, Ga.Aug. 2-9
    SouthwestWaco, Tex.Aug. 2-7
    NorthwestSan Bernardino, Calif. Aug. 2-10
    WestSan Bernardino, Calif. Aug. 2-10
    CanadaGlace Bay, Nova Scotia Aug. 2-11

    *via LittleLeague.org.

     

    Teams

    DivisionTeams
    Great LakesJackie Robinson LL (Ill.)
    Hagerstown LL (Ind.)
    Knox County LL (Kent.)
    Grosse Pointe Woods-Shores LL (Mich.)
    West Side LL (Ohio)
    Burlington LL (Wisc.)
    MidwestUrbandale LL (Iowa)
    Girard LL (Kan.)
    Webb City LL (Mo.)
    Kearney LL (Neb.)
    Coon Rapids Andover American LL (Minn.)
    Timberline LL (S.D.)
    Mid-AtlanticCapitol City LL (Washington, D.C.)
    Newark National LL (Del.)
    Berlin LL (Md.)
    East Greenwich LL (N.J.)
    Burnt Hills Balston Lake LL (N.Y.)
    Lionville LL (Penn.)
    New EnglandSaco-Maremont LL (Maine)
    Lincoln LL (R.I.)
    Westport LL (Conn.)
    South Burlington LL (Va.)
    Newton South East LL (Mass.)
    Rye LL (N.H.)
    SoutheastMartin County North LL (Fla.)
    Columbus Northern LL (Ga.)
    Myers Park Trinity LL (N.C.)
    Northwood LL (S.C.)
    Jackson LL (Ala.)
    South Nashville LL (Tenn.)
    Tuckahoe American LL (Va.)
    Barboursville LL (W.Va.)

    SouthwestBossier LL (La.)
    Pearland Maroon LL (Tex.)
    Ocean Springs LL (Miss.)
    Universal LL (Tex.)
    Malvern LL (Ark.)
    North Boulder LL (Colo.)
    Tulsa National LL (Okla.)
    Fairacres LL (N.M.)
    NorthwestAbbott-O-Rabbit LL (Alaska)
    Coeur d’Alene LL (Idaho)
    Billings Big Sky LL (Mont.)
    Lake Oswego LL (Ore.)
    Eastlake LL (Wash.)
    Cody LL (Wyo.)
    WestChandler National LL (Ariz.)
    Central East Maui LL (Hawaii)
    Mountain Ridge LL (Nev.)
    Belmont-Redwood Shores LL (Calif.)
    Eastlake LL (Calif.)
    Dixie LL (Utah)
    Canada

    Medicine Hat LL (Alberta)
    Saint John LL (Maritimes)
    East Nepean LL (Ontario)
    NDG LL (Quebec)
    Glace Bay LL (Host)
    North Regina LL (Saskatchewan)
    White Rock South Surrey LL (British Colombia)

    *via LittleLeague.org. 

Results and Standings for Aug. 10

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    Great Lakes

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Jackie Robinson West LL5-1
    Grosse Pointe Woods-Shores LL4-2
    Burlington LL 2-3
    Westside LL2-3
    Hagerstown1-3
    Knox County LL1-3

    Grosse Pointe Woods-Shores 10, Jackie Robinson West 3

    Buoyed by a dominant performance at the plate and on the mound from Chad Lorkowski, the kids from Grosse Point Woods-Shores in Michigan will represent the Great Lakes Region at the 2013 Little League World Series.

    Lorkowski, who has gained notoriety due to his 6'2", adult-like frame, certainly looked wise beyond his years Saturday. He belted home runs in the first and second innings, driving in three runs early as Grosse Pointe started the contest with nine unanswered runs before Jackie Robinson got on the board. He also started and pitched five innings on the mound, mowing down 10 Illinois hitters and allowing only three runs.

    Jackie Robinson's effort was done in largely thanks to errors on the field. The scrappy bunch, which had gone undefeated until the championship game, had four errors and made mistakes at critical points in the contest. Starting pitcher Jalen Lemons was ran from the game after only two innings, giving up nine runs. 

     

    Mid-Atlantic

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Newark National LL4-1
    Berlin LL2-2
    Burnt Hills Ballston Lake LL1-3
    Lionville LL4-0
    East Greenwich LL0-4
    Capitol City LL2-3

    Newark National LL 15, Capitol City LL 4

    Continuing their impressive play throughout the Mid-Atlantic tournament, Newark National advanced to Sunday's finale in a four-inning romp over Capitol City. 

    Nathan Hardcastle continued his excellent tournament, going 3-for-3 with two home runs, six RBI and four runs scored. Hardcastle, who hits in the No. 2 hole for Newark National, is now hitting .533 for the tournament.

    Joe Davis also hit his third home run in five games, and Ryan Miller belted his first of the event over the fence in the win. Newark National scored no fewer than two runs in any inning, getting out to a 13-run head start before putting the game away in the fourth.

    Davis went 2.2 innings on the mound, giving up four runs and walking seven. He was replaced by David Hawtof.

     

     

    Midwest Regional

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Urbandale LL4-1
    Kearny LL 3-2
    Coon Rapids Andover American LL 5-0
    Timberline LL2-3
    Webb City LL0-4
    Girard LL0-4

     

    Urbandale advanced to the Little League World Series on Friday.

     

    New England

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Westport LL5-1
    Lincoln LL5-1
    South Burlington LL3-2
    Saco/Maremont LL1-3
    Newton Southeast1-3
    Rye LL0-4

     

    Lincoln LL 1, Westport LL 0

    If the kids at Lincoln are looking for someone to thank for their Little League World Series berth, they won't have to look long. Pitcher Chad Knight went the distance, striking out 14 opposing batters and allowing just one hit to lead his team to a New England Region championship in a thrilling pitching duel.

    He also drove in the game's only run, sending Ricky Offenberg to the plate in the bottom of the fifth inning. That would mark the only run of the game given up by Westport's Dominic Cunha, who matched Knight pitch-for-pitch throughout en route to allowing only one run and two hits over 4.1 innings.

    Lincoln and Westport both rampaged through their region to make it to the finale. Westport had been undefeated before allowing just the one run when they needed to score the most. 

     

     

    Northwest

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Eastlake LL6-0
    Big Sky LL3-3
    Lake Oswego LL3-2
    Coeur d'Alene LL2-3
    Abbot-O-Rabbit LL1-3
    Cody LL0-4

     

    Eastlake LL 13, Big Sky LL 1

    Eastlake's dominance through the Northwest Region reached its proper conclusion Saturday, as the undefeated bunch got out to an 8-0 lead to dispatch of Big Sky in a four-inning rout.

    Cleanup hitter Jacob Dahlstrom sent a two-run home run over the fence, his fourth of the tournament. Dahlstrom should be a formidable foe for every team in the United States in Williamsport. While Will Armbruester doesn't possess as high of power, he went 3-for-3 with two runs scored to bring his average for the Northwest Region event to .529.

    Jack Matheson made slight work of the opposition, going the four-inning distance and striking out seven while allowing just four hits. Eastlake finishes their run through the Northwest Region with a 6-0 record.

     

    Southeast

    STANDINGS
    POOL APOOL B
    TeamRecordTeamRecord
    Martin County North LL 2-2 Barboursville LL1-3
    Northwood LL2-1 Tuckahoe American LL4-1
    Myers Park Trinity LL2-2South Nashville LL4-1
    Columbus North LL2-2Jackson LL0-4

     

    South Nashville LL advanced to the Little League World Series on Friday.

     

    Southwest

    STANDINGS
    POOL APOOL B
    TeamRecordTeam Record
    Universal LL 5-0 Fairacres LL4-1
    Bossier LL2-2North Boulder LL1-2
    Pearland Maroon1-2Tulsa National LL0-3
    Ocean Springs0-3Malvern LL2-2

     

    Universal moved on to the Little League World Series on Wednesday. 

     

    West

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Mountain Ridge LL1-1
    Chandler National LL2-2
    Belmont-Redwood Shores LL4-0
    Eastlake LL3-0
    Central East Maui LL0-3
    Dixie LL0-4

    Eastlake LL 9, Belmont-Redwood Shores LL 0

    The Eastlake team in the Northwest region wasn't the only one that put on a dominant display on Saturday. The Southern California verion remained undefeated in tournament play by blanking Northern California representative Belmont-Redwood Shores, 9-0. 

    Eastlake was led by pitcher Grant Holman who went all six inning with nine punchouts to lead his team to victory. Of course, the bats were hot too as they put up nine runs. Nick Mora led the way offensively with three hits and a walk on the day. 

Results and Standings for Aug. 9

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    Great Lakes

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Jackie Robinson West LL5-0
    Grosse Point Woods-Shores3-2
    Burlington LL 2-3
    Westside LL2-3
    Hagerstown1-3
    Knox County LL1-3

     

    There were no games scheduled for Friday. Jackie Robinson West and Grosse Point Woods-Shores will meet in the championship game on Saturday. 

     

    Mid-Atlantic

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Newark National LL3-1
    Berlin LL2-2
    Burnt Hills Ballston Lake LL1-3
    Lionville LL4-0
    East Greenwich LL0-4
    Capitol City LL2-2

     

    Friday's games (Newark National LL vs. Capitol City LL/Lionville LL vs. Berlin LL) were rescheduled to Saturday because of inclement weather. The championship game in this region will still take place on Sunday. 

     

    Midwest Regional

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Urbandale LL4-1
    Kearny LL 3-2
    Coon Rapids Andover American LL 5-0
    Timberline LL2-3
    Webb City LL0-4
    Girard LL0-4

     

    Urbandale LL 3, Coon Rapids Andover American LL 2

    After taking down Coon Rapids Andover American in walk-off fashion, Urbandale will now move on to the 2013 Little League World Series. 

    The strongest team in the Midwest region by record, the Iowa representatives got all they could handle from the representatives from Minnesota. Tied heading into the bottom half of the last inning, Urbandale managed to pull out the victory on a wild pitch with the bases loaded. 

    Brady Roberts had seven strikeouts and pitched into the sixth inning for Urbandale. 

     

    New England

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Westport LL5-0
    Lincoln LL4-1
    South Burlington LL3-2
    Saco/Maremont LL1-3
    Newton Southeast1-3
    Rye LL0-4

     

    There were no games scheduled for Friday. Lincoln and Westport will meet in the final on Saturday. 

     

    Northwest

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Eastlake LL5-0
    Big Sky LL3-2
    Lake Oswego LL3-2
    Coeur d'Alene LL2-3
    Abbot-O-Rabbit LL1-3
    Cody LL0-4

     

    There were no games scheduled for Friday. Eastlake and Big Sky will meet in the final on Saturday. 

     

    Southeast

    STANDINGS
    POOL APOOL B
    TeamRecordTeamRecord
    Martin County North LL 2-2Barboursville LL1-3
    Northwood LL2-1Tuckahoe American LL3-0
    Myers Park Trinity LL2-2South Nashville LL3-1
    Columbus North LL2-2Jackson LL0-4

     

    Tuckahoe American LL vs. South Nashville LL (Friday at 6 p.m. ET)

     

    Southwest

    STANDINGS
    POOL APOOL B
    TeamRecordTeam Record
    Universal LL 5-0Fairacres LL4-1
    Bossier LL2-2North Boulder LL1-2
    Pearland Maroon1-2Tulsa National LL0-3
    Ocean Springs0-3Malvern LL2-2

     

    Universal moved on to the Little League World Series on Wednesday. 

     

    West

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Mountain Ridge LL1-1
    Chandler National LL2-2
    Belmont-Redwood Shores LL4-0
    Eastlake LL3-0
    Central East Maui LL0-3
    Dixie LL0-4

     

    Eastlake LL 12, Mountain Ridge LL 0 

    Eastlake was relatively quiet at the plate through the first four innings, but used outputs of four and six runs over the final two frames to eliminate Mountain Ridge from contention. 

    Nick Mora pitched a complete-game, two-hit shutout for Eastlake, striking out eight batters in the process. The representatives from South California will battle the winner of Friday's other semifinal in the region. 

     

    Belmont-Redwood Shores LL 8, Chandler National LL 1

    Belmont-Redwood continued to impress with an 8-1 win over Chandler National. The Northern California representative rode a tremendous pitching performance from Nicolas Lopez, he went 5.2 innings with nine strikeouts before moving to first base after exceeding his maximum pitch count. 

    Belmont-Redwood paced themselves offensive with a run in the second, third and fourth innings before putting five runs on the board in the fifth inning. Chandler National was able to score a run in the final inning, but couldn't parlay that success into a rally. 

    The victory sets up a highly anticipated semifinal matchup with Eastlake LL. 

Results and Standings for Aug. 8

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    Great Lakes

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Jackie Robinson West LL5-0
    Grosse Point Woods-Shores3-2
    Burlington LL 2-3
    Westside LL2-3
    Hagerstown1-3
    Knox County LL1-3

     

    Grosse Pointe Woods-Shores LL 5, West Side LL 4

    It was a back-and-forth affair between Grosse Pointe Woods-Shores and West Side on Thursday. The Michigan team posted the first run, only for the Ohio club to answer in the fourth inning. When West Side scored again in the fifth inning, Woods-Shores countered with a run of its own in the same frame. And when the Ohio team posted two runs in the sixth, the Michigan club scored a stunning three runs in the bottom of the frame to come away with a one-run victory.

    John Lizza and Tommy Maxey had home runs for Grosse Pointe Woods-Shores. 

     

    Jackie Robinson West LL 12, Burlington LL 2

    Jackie Robinson West used a 10-run second inning to take down Burlington on Thursday night. 

    The win moved the Illinois representatives to 5-0 in the Great Lakes division, allowing them to take a perfect record into the group final on Saturday. Marcus Wright finished a double away from the cycle for Jackie Robinson West, who needed only five innings to best Burlington. 

     

    Mid-Atlantic

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Newark National LL3-1
    Berlin LL2-2
    Burnt Hills Ballston Lake LL1-3
    Lionville LL3-0
    East Greenwich LL0-3
    Capitol City LL2-2

     

    There were no games scheduled for Thursday. 

     

    Midwest Regional

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Urbandale LL4-1
    Kearny LL 3-2
    Coon Rapids Andover American LL 5-0
    Timberline LL2-3
    Webb City LL0-4
    Girard LL0-4

     

    There were no games scheduled for Thursday.

     

    New England

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Westport LL5-0
    Lincoln LL4-1
    South Burlington LL3-2
    Saco/Maremont LL1-3
    Newton Southeast1-3
    Rye LL0-4

     

    Lincoln LL 5, South Burlington LL 2

    South Burlington got off to a 2-0 lead on Thursday, but Lincoln bounced back, scoring one run in the fourth inning, three runs in the fifth and one run in the sixth. Stephen Andrews hit a home run in the victory, as well as drilling a double.

     

    Westport LL 3, Saco/Maremont LL 0

    Westport scored three runs in the first two innings and never looked back on Thursday. Harry Azadian and Chad Knight combined to hold Saco/Maremont scoreless. Max Stone had a double and Max Popken hit a home run in the win.

     

    Northwest

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Eastlake LL5-0
    Big Sky LL3-2
    Lake Oswego LL3-2
    Coeur d'Alene LL2-3
    Abbot-O-Rabbit LL1-3
    Cody LL0-4

     

    Blue Sky LL 3, Lake Oswego LL 0

    Big Sky scored three runs in the top of the first inning on Thursday and that was all it would need, as Jack Leuthold pitched six scoreless innings for the victory. Hayden Gall, Jayden Kay and Karsen Binstock each had RBI for the Montana club.

     

    Eastlake LL 5, Coeur d'Alene LL 4

    Coeur d'Alene jumped out to a three-run lead after putting up all four of their runs in the second inning against Eastlake, but the team from Washington stormed back with four runs of their own over the final three innings of the game to pick up the close victory. 

    Eastlake will represent the reach in one-half of the final. Jack Carper, Dalton Chandler and Jack Titus each had two hits in the win. 

     

    Southeast

    STANDINGS
    POOL APOOL B
    TeamRecordTeamRecord
    Martin County North LL 2-2Barboursville LL1-3
    Northwood LL2-1Tuckahoe American LL3-0
    Myers Park Trinity LL2-2South Nashville LL3-1
    Columbus North LL2-2Jackson LL0-4

     

    There were no games scheduled for Thursday.

     

    Southwest

    STANDINGS
    POOL APOOL B
    TeamRecordTeam Record
    Universal LL 5-0Fairacres LL4-1
    Bossier LL2-2North Boulder LL1-2
    Pearland Maroon1-2Tulsa National LL0-3
    Ocean Springs0-3Malvern LL2-2

     

    Universal moved on to the Little League World Series on Wednesday. 

     

    West

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Mountain Ridge LL1-0
    Chandler National LL2-1
    Belmont-Redwood Shores LL3-0
    Eastlake LL2-0
    Central East Maui LL0-3
    Dixie LL0-4

     

    There were no games scheduled for Thursday.

Results and Standings for Aug. 7

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    Great Lakes

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Jackie Robinson West LL4-0
    Hagerstown LL1-3
    Grosse Point Woods-Shores2-2
    West Side LL 2-2
    Burlington LL2-2
    Knox County LL1-3

    There were no games scheduled for Wednesday. 

     

    Mid-Atlantic

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Newark National LL3-1
    Berlin LL2-2
    Burnt Hills Ballston Lake LL1-3
    Lionville LL3-0
    East Greenwich LL0-3
    Capitol City LL2-2

     

    Capitol City LL 12, Burnt Hills Ballston Lake LL 3

    Entering the top of the third locked at zero, Capitol City plated two in the inning and then eight in the next. Burnt Hills was able to tack on a run in the fourth to keep the game alive, but it wasn't able to launch a serious comeback. 

     

    Lionville LL vs. East Greenwich LL at 7 p.m. ET

     

    Midwest Regional

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Urbandale LL4-1
    Kearny LL 3-2
    Coon Rapids Andover American LL 5-0
    Timberline LL2-3
    Webb City LL0-4
    Girard LL0-4

     

    Urbandale LL 4, Kearny LL 3 (11 innings)

    In one of the more exciting games of this tournament, Urbandale battled back from an early 3-0 deficit to tie the game at 3 and force extra innings. 

    Sam Young put in an outstanding effort on the hill going seven strong innings for Urbandale and notching eight strikeouts. 

     

    Coon Rapids Andover American LL 4, Timberline LL 0

    Nick Dainty went six shutout innings for Coon Rapids to pave the way to a victory. He finished with nine strikeouts and a WHIP of 0.33. 

     

    New England

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Lincoln LL3-1
    Westport LL4-0
    Rye LL0-4
    Newton South East LL1-3
    South Burlington LL3-1
    Saco/Maremont LL1-2

     

    Lincoln LL 9, Rye LL 1

    After scoring four runs in the first, Lincoln was in full control of this game from start to finish. With its pitchers allowing just five hits on the day, Lincoln never allowed Rye to get close. 

     

    Westport LL 10, Newton South East 4

    Both of these teams started off strong by scoring two runs in the opening inning. Newton scored one in the top of the third to take a 3-2 lead. However, Westport answered big by posting eight runs in the bottom half of the inning. 

     

    Northwest

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Eastlake LL3-0
    Lake Oswego LL2-1
    Coeur d'Alene LL1-2
    Big Sky LL2-0
    Cody LL0-4
    Abbot-O-Rabbit LL1-2

     

    Coeur d'Alene LL 10, Cody LL 0

    After a scoreless first inning, the bats of the youngsters from Coeur d'Alene came alive. They plated six in the second, one each in the third and fourth and then two in the fifth to send this one to an early conclusion. 

     

    Big Sky LL vs. Lake Oswego LL at 8:00 p.m. ET

     

     

    Southeast

    STANDINGS
    POOL APOOL B
    TeamRecordTeamRecord
    Martin County North LL 2-2Barboursville LL1-3
    Northwood LL2-1Tuckahoe American LL3-0
    Myers Park Trinity LL2-2South Nashville LL3-1
    Columbus North LL2-2Jackson LL0-4

     

    South Nashiville LL 5, Martin County North LL 1

    Martin County took a 1-0 lead into the second inning of this semifinal tilt. However, that would be the total of its scoring on the day. South Nashville two runs in the second and never looked back. 

     

    Northwood LL vs. Tuckahoe American LL at 7 p.m. ET

     

    Southwest

    STANDINGS
    POOL APOOL B
    TeamRecordTeam Record
    Universal LL 3-0Fairacres LL4-0
    Bossier LL2-2North Boulder LL1-2
    Pearland Maroon1-1Tulsa National LL0-3
    Ocean Springs0-3Malvern LL2-2

     

    Championship Game: Fairacres LL vs. Universal LL at 8 p.m. ET

     

    West

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Mountain Ridge LL1-0
    Chandler National LL2-1
    Belmont-Redwood Shores LL3-0
    Eastlake LL2-0
    Central East Maui LL0-3
    Dixie LL0-4

     

    Chandler National LL 5, Central East Maui LL 3

    Chandler National took an early 3-0 lead in the first inning and hung on. Central East Maui hung two in the bottom of the fourth to make things interesting, but they could never get closer than one run. 

     

    Belmont-Redwood Shores vs. Eastlake LL at 8 p.m. ET

Results and Standings for Aug. 6

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    Great Lakes

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Jackie Robinson West LL4-0
    Hagerstown LL1-3
    Grosse Point Woods-Shores2-2
    West Side LL 2-2
    Burlington LL2-2
    Knox County LL1-3

     

    Burlington LL (WI) 7, Knox County LL (KY) 3

    Sean Safar knocked in two runs for Burlington, who won the all-important affair against Knox County as both teams looked to avoid a 1-3 start in regionals. 

     

    Jackie Robinson West LL (IL) 16, Hagerstown LL (IN) 2

    No team has dominated through their region more than Jackie Robinson West, who improved to 4-0 with a dominating 16-2 win over Hagerstown. They nearly ended things early with a seven-run first inning, but their nine runs in the fifth were the killer. 

     

    Grosse Point Woods-Shores (MI) 7, West Side LL (OH) 6

    Grosse Point got out to a 4-1 lead early on and nearly gave it up in the sixth before putting away West Side, 7-6. After the tilt, both teams are at 2-2. 

     

     

    Mid-Atlantic

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Newark National LL3-1
    Berlin LL2-2
    Burnt Hills Ballston Lake LL1-2
    Lionville LL3-0
    East Greenwich LL0-3
    Capitol City LL1-2

     

    Lionville LL (PA) 2, Berlin LL (MD) 0

    It was a pitchers' duel between Berlin and Lionville in Tuesday's Mid-Atlantic affair, which meant Connor Kalten's two RBI were enough to put Lionville up for good and improve their record to 3-0. 

     

    Newark National LL (DE) 11, East Greenwich LL (NJ) 0

    What the pitchers in Lionville-Berlin did paled in comparison to the joint no-hitter from Newark National in their 11-0 victory over East Greenwich. Newark seems to be in control at 3-1 while Greenwich's hopes are dwindling at 0-3. 

     

    Midwest Regional

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Urbandale LL3-1
    Kearny LL 3-1
    Coon Rapids Andover American LL 4-0
    Timberline LL2-2
    Webb City LL0-4
    Girard LL0-4

     

     

    New England

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Lincoln LL2-1
    Westport LL3-0
    Rye LL0-3
    Newton South East LL1-2
    South Burlington LL3-1
    Saco/Maremont LL1-2

     

    South Burlington LL (VT) 3, Saco/Maremount LL (ME), 2

    South Burlington and Saco/Maremount were tied up in a 2-2 game late, before Ryan Sargent came up big and put the Vermont squad up for good in the top of the sixth.

     

    Newton South East LL (MA) 9, Rye LL (NH) 2

    Rye LL kept Newton's bats at bay for much of the contest, except for the third inning, that is. The six-run third was too much to keep Rye from falling to a 0-3 hole in regionals. 

     

     

    Northwest

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Eastlake LL3-0
    Lake Oswego LL2-1
    Coeur d'Alene LL0-2
    Big Sky LL2-0
    Cody LL0-3
    Abbot-O-Rabbit LL1-2

     

    Eastlake LL (WA) 9, Lake Oswego LL (OR) 5

    Lake Oswego started off with a commanding 5-0 lead before six runs in the sixth inning put Eastlake up too far ahead for a final-inning rally. 

     

     

     

    Southeast

    STANDINGS
    POOL APOOL B
    TeamRecordTeamRecord
    Martin County North LL 2-1Barboursville LL1-3
    Northwood LL2-1Tuckahoe American LL3-0
    Myers Park Trinity LL2-2South Nashville LL2-1
    Columbus North LL2-2Jackson LL0-4

     

    Myers Park Trinity LL (NC) 12, Jackson LL (AL) 2

    After three innings of play, Jackson was well within striking distance but that was quickly put to an end after a seven-run fourth inning that ended the game via mercy rule. Jackson drops to 0-4 in the Southeast regionals. 

     

    Columbus North LL (GA) 10, Barboursville LL (WV) 9 

    The Southeast region picked up a bit competitively in the second matchup, which saw Columbus North gut out a 10-9 victory over West Virginia's Barboursville LL. 

     

    Southwest

    STANDINGS
    POOL APOOL B
    TeamRecordTeam Record
    Universal LL 3-0Fairacres LL4-0
    Bossier LL2-2North Boulder LL1-2
    Pearland Maroon1-1Tulsa National LL0-3
    Ocean Springs0-3Malvern LL2-2

     

    Universal LL (TX-W) 10, Malvern LL (AR) 6

    Jesus Ortiz notched three hits for Universal and that was a main difference in their 10-6 victory over Malvern, who fell to 2-2 as Universal saw their record rocket to 3-0.  

     

    Fairacres LL (NM) 9, Bossier LL (LA) 3

    A home run from Justin Lopez helped fuel a big offensive day for Fairacres, who topped Louisana's Bossier LL by the score of 9-3. Fairacres are now 4-0 and on a roll. 

     

    West

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Mountain Ridge LL1-0
    Chandler National LL1-1
    Belmont-Redwood Shores LL3-0
    Eastlake LL2-0
    Central East Maui LL0-2
    Dixie LL0-4

     

    Eastlake LL (SCA) 11, Dixie LL (UT) 3

    Eastlake continued their undefeated streak in the regionals, while Dixie of Utah kept on with their struggles and fell to 0-4 in the 11-3 defeat. 

     

Results and Standings for Aug. 5

8 of 11

    Great Lakes

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Jackie Robinson LL3-0
    Hagerstown LL1-2
    Grosse Point Woods-Shores1-2
    West Side LL 2-1
    Burlington LL1-2
    Knox County LL1-2

     

    Knox County LL (KY) 2, Grosse Pointe Woods-Shores LL (MI) 1

    Kentucky's Tucker Holland gave up one early run in the third inning but that would be all. The pitcher went 5.2 innings before turning it over to Thomas Jackson for the save.

     

    Jackie Robinson LL (IL) 15, Burlington LL (WI) 5

    Illinois jumped out to an early 6-0 lead in the first inning and never looked back. Jalen Lemons cranked a grand slam in a game that was never close against the 1-2 Wisconsin team.

     

    West Side LL (OH) 7, Hagerstown LL (IN) 1

    Caleb Owens drove in three runs for Ohio as the neighbor state trounced Indiana easily in six innings on Monday. Matthew Myers pitched a complete game, allowing just one run on the afternoon.

     

    Mid-Atlantic

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Newark National LL2-1
    Berlin LL2-1
    Burnt Hills Ballston Lake LL1-2
    Lionville LL2-0
    East Greenwich LL0-2
    Capitol City LL1-2

     

    Capitol City LL (DC) 11, Berlin LL (MD) 10

    D.C. broke out to an early 10-3 lead heading into the bottom of the fourth inning. Maryland bounced back with five runs but couldn't catch their opponents despite plating two runs in the bottom of the ninth. Robert Reynolds smacked four hits and drove in four runs for the winners.

     

    Newark National LL (DE) 10, Burnt Hills Ballston Lake LL (NY) 7

    Ryan Miller struggled late on the mound for Delaware, but his team was able to hold on after building a commanding 10-2 lead heading into the fifth inning. New York was able to plate five runs in the final two innings but it wasn't enough to make up the difference.

     

    Midwest Regional

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Urbandale LL3-1
    Kearny LL 3-1
    Coon Rapids Andover American LL 4-0
    Timberline LL2-2
    Webb City LL0-4
    Girard LL0-4

     

    Urbandale LL (IA) 6, Web City LL (MO) 2

    Iowa improved to 3-1 for the tournament on the heels of a grand slam by Sam Petrillo. Leading 1-0 heading into the fifth, Petrillo unloaded to put his team on top for good.

     

    Timberline LL (SD) 10, Girard LL (KS) 3

    Payton Phares pitched five quality innings, allowing just three runs, to give his team their second victory. He had some help from the offense, though, as Timberline plated four runs in the first inning. They never looked back.

     

    Coon Rapids Andover (MN) 7, Kearny LL (NE) 5

    Luke Medved drove in the winning run in the seventh inning to help keep Minnesota unbeaten as the they prepare to move onto the semifinals.

     

    New England

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Lincoln LL2-1
    Westport LL3-0
    Rye LL0-2
    Newton South East LL0-2
    South Burlington LL2-1
    Saco/Maremont LL1-2

     

    South Burlington LL (VT) 8, Lincoln LL (RI) 1

    Sammy Premsagar pitched a gem for Vermont, going 5.2 innings and allowing just one run against a Rhode Island team that dropped its first game. 

     

    Westport LL (CT) 12, Rye LL (NH) 2

    Connecticut was too much for New Hampshire in this rout. Big innings were the story of this one, as Westport plated six runs in the first and another five in the third to squash any hopes of a comeback.

     

    Northwest

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Eastlake LL2-0
    Lake Oswego LL2-0
    Coeur d'Alene LL0-2
    Big Sky LL2-0
    Cody LL0-3
    Abbot-O-Rabbit LL1-2

     

    Abbot-O-Rabbit LL (AK) 11, Cody LL (WY) 1

    In a battle of struggling teams, Alaska's Abbot-O-Rabbit put a hurting on Cody to get in the win column. Alaska's Brody Jessee clubbed three hits and drove in two to lead his team to victory.

     

    Southeast

    STANDINGS
    POOL APOOL B
    TeamRecordTeamRecord
    Martin County North LL 2-1Barboursville LL1-2
    Northwood LL2-1Tuckahoe American LL3-0
    Myers Park Trinity1-2South Nashville LL2-1
    Columbus North LL1-2Jackson LL0-3

     

    Northwood LL (SC) 13, Myers Park Trinity LL (NC) 6

    Northwood led 8-1 after two innings, including a five-run first inning, and never looked back en route to a 13-6 victory on Monday. Jacob Johnson homered, drove in three and had three total hits for the South Carolina team.

     

    South Nashville LL (TN) 6, Barboursville LL (WV) 4

    Trailing 6-0, West Virginia stormed back to lower the margin to 6-4 heading into the sixth inning. Tennessee held on, though, to improve to 2-1. Tennesee's Trae McLemore struckout eight West Virginia hitters and pitched three scoreless innings before turning it over to the bullpen.

     

    Columbus North LL (GA) 3, Martin County North LL (FL) 0

    Georgia secured its first win thanks to six scoreless innings by starting pitcher Trent Grantham. With the loss Florida drops its first game and falls to 2-1.

     

    Tuckahoe American LL (VA) 13, Jackson LL (AL) 3

    Virginia poured it on Alabama to easily secure its third victory at Southeast Park. Meanwhile, the Alabama team remains winless in the competition.

     

    Southwest

    STANDINGS
    POOL APOOL B
    TeamRecordTeam Record
    Universal LL 2-0Fairacres LL3-0
    Bossier LL2-1North Boulder LL1-2
    Pearland Maroon1-1Tulsa National LL0-3
    Ocean Springs0-3Malvern LL2-1

     

    Universal LL (TX-W) 4, Pearland Maroon (TX-E) 3

    After three lead changes, Texas East and West went into the final in a closely contested 4-2 ballgame. The East managed to plate another run, but couldn't find a way to even the score. Christian Servantes hit a home run and drove in all four runs for the West.

     

    Fairacres LL (NM) 2, North Boulder LL (FL) 1

    Trailing 1-0 heading into the sixth inning, New Mexico got a boost from Fernando Loera. After his team tied the game, Loera blasted a two-out shot over the right fielder's head to give his team the game and a semifinals birth.

     

    Malvern LL (AR) 11, Tulsa Natioinal LL (OK) 5

    Despite getting rocked for five runs in the top of the first, Arkansas pitcher Hunter Dickey stayed in the game and pitched scoreless baseball from there on out. His team responded with 11 runs, seven coming in the final two innings.

     

    West

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Mountain Ridge LL1-0
    Chandler National LL1-1
    Belmont-Redwood Shores LL3-0
    Eastlake LL1-0
    Central East Maui LL0-2
    Dixie LL0-3

     

    Belmont-Redwood Shores LL (NCA) 13, Dixie LL (UT) 3

    Northern California blasted winless Utah to remain unbeaten en route to the semifinals later this week. Noah Marcelo blasted a home run and drove in four runs to lead his team to the next round.

     

     

     

     

     

     

Results and Standings for Aug. 4

9 of 11

    Great Lakes

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Jackie Robinson LL2-0
    Hagerstown LL1-1
    Grosse Point Woods-Shores1-1
    West Side LL 1-1
    Burlington LL1-1
    Burlington LL0-2

     

    Jackie Robinson West LL (IL), 11 Knox County LL (KY)) 0

    Jackie Robinson West dominated from start to finish, and this game was over after the fourth inning. 

     

    Grosse Pointe Woods-Shores LL (MI) 6, Hagerstown LL (IN) 1

    Michigan's Jimmy Mazzola turned in an excellent 4.1 innings of work on the rubber for Gross Pointe, and the bats added two runs in each in the first two innings to make sure they were in complete control. 

     

    West Side LL (OH) 13, Burlington LL (WI) 2

    Entering the third inning locked at two, the bats for West Side put this game away. They scored four in the third and seven in the fifth to earn the early victory. 

     

    Mid-Atlantic

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Newark National LL1-1
    Berlin LL2-0
    Burnt Hills Ballston Lake LL1-1
    Lionville LL2-0
    East Greenwich LL0-2
    Capitol City LL0-2

     

    Lionville LL (PA) 8, Capitol City LL (DC) 4

    After posting three runs in the top of the first, Capitol City could do little else right the rest of the day. Capitol City added a fourth run in the top of the third before Lionville got on the board, but the Pennsylvania youngsters notched two in the third and exploded for five in the fourth.

     

    Burnt Hills Ballston Lake LL (NY) 5, East Greenwich LL (NJ) 4

    With the score locked at four in the top of the sixth, Burnt Hill plated the go-ahead run, and then shut the door in the bottom of the final frame to secure the win. 

     

    Midwest Regional

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Urbandale LL2-1
    Kearny LL 3-0
    Coon Rapids Andover American LL 3-0
    Timberline LL1-2
    Webb City LL0-3
    Girard LL0-3

     

    Coon Rapids Andover American LL (MN) 31, Girard LL (KS) 0

    No, that is not a typo. With a 14-0 lead entering the fourth, the boys from Minnesota tacked on 17 more to roll to a lopsided win. 

     

    Kearney LL (NE) 6, Urbandale LL (IA) 4

    Kearney plated two runs in the bottom of the fifth to break a 4-4 tie, and then closed the door in the top of the sixth to earn the win. 

     

    Timberline LL (SD) 4, Webb City LL (MO) 3

    Webb City led 3-0 at the end of three innings. However, Urbandale was able to score at least one run in each of the next three innings to pull off the comeback win. 

     

    New England

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Lincoln LL2-0
    Westport LL2-0
    Rye LL0-1
    Newton South East LL0-2
    South Burlington LL1-1
    Saco/Maremont LL1-2

     

    Lincoln LL (RI) 14, Newton South East LL (MA) 8

    Newton South East scored at least one run in each of the final five innings, but that still wasn't enough to overcome Lincoln, as the youngsters from Rhode Island plated six runs in the first. 

     

    Westport LL (CT) 8, Saco/Maremont LL (ME) 0

    Six runs in the first and four strong innings from starter Chad Knight was more than enough for Westport to end this game in five innings. Westport pitchers went onto combine for a no hitter. 

     

    Northwest

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Eastlake LL2-0
    Lake Oswego LL2-0
    Coeur d'Alene LL0-1
    Big Sky LL1-0
    Cody LL0-1
    Abbot-O-Rabbit LL0-2

     

    Lake Oswego LL (OR) 11, Cody LL (WY) 1

    Cody took a 1-0 lead into the second inning, but Lake Oswega added one in the second, two in the third and then eight in the fourth to earn the early victory. 

     

    Big Sky LL (MT) 9, Coeur d'Alene LL (ID) 5

    Coeur d'Alene looked like it was going to put this game away early with five runs in the first. However, the boys from Big Sky seized control and scored seven runs over the last two innings to complete the comeback. 

     

    Southeast

    STANDINGS
    POOL APOOL B
    TeamRecordTeamRecord
    Martin County North LL 1-0Barboursville LL1-1
    Northwood LL1-0Tuckahoe American LL2-0
    Myers Park Trinity1-1South Nashville LL1-1
    Columbus North LL0-2Jackson LL0-2

    There were no games scheduled on Sunday. 

     

    Southwest

    STANDINGS
    POOL APOOL B
    TeamRecordTeam Record
    Universal LL 2-0Fairacres LL2-0
    Bossier LL1-1North Boulder LL1-1
    Pearland Maroon1-1Tulsa National LL0-2
    Ocean Springs0-2Malvern LL1-1

     

    Malvern LL (AR) 13 North Boulder LL (CO) 3

    Malvern scored 13 runs off just six hits, as they cruised to this easy victory. 

     

    Fairacres LL (OK) 12, Tulsa National LL (NM) 2

    Fairacres plated nine runs over the first two innings, and then notched three more in the fifth to pull out the early victory. 

     

    Bossier LL (LA) 21 Ocean Springs LL (MS) 0

    Scoring 10 runs in the first inning, Bossier took firm control of this game right from the start. They never looked back—needing just four innings to earn the win. 

     

    West

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Mountain Ridge LL1-0
    Chandler National LL1-1
    Belmont-Redwood Shores LL2-0
    Eastlake LL1-0
    Central East Maui LL0-2
    Dixie LL0-2

     

    Belmont-Redwood Shores LL (NCA) 3, Central East Maui LL (HI) 0

    Nicolas Lopez fired nine strikeouts and Central East Maui had just one hit as they won this low-scoring affair. 

     

    Eastlake LL (SCA) 15, Mountain Ridge LL (NV) 0

    Eastlakes' hurlers allowed just two hits as their offense pounded out 15 runs. That allowed them to end this one in four innings. 

Results and Standings for Aug. 3

10 of 11

    Great Lakes

    Action in the Great Lakes region got underway with three games on Saturday. 

     

    Jackie Robinson (IL) 4 vs. West Side (OH) 4

    In the first contest featuring Jackie Robinson (IL) and West Side (OH), the game was suspended in the bottom of the sixth inning with the score tied at four.

    Jackie Robinson's Kendall Pettis was the early star. He struck out nine on the mound and had three hits of his own. He was touched up for four runs, but he did his share of damage as well.

    This one will be finished later in the schedule.

     

    Burlington (WI) 3 vs. Gross Pointe Woods-Shores 2

    Tucker Strommen led the squad from Burlington, Wisc. to a close win with two hits and all three RBI. Burlington also got a solid outing from Drew Pesick.

     

    Hagerstown (IN) 2 vs. Knox County (KY)

    Drew Pyle threw 2.2 innings, struck out four and drove in a run. Hagerstown's pitching was dominant and Pyle helped to provide just enough offense to push his team to the win.

     

    Intermediate 50/70 World Series

    Juan A. Bibiloni (PR) 7 vs. C Unidas Miraflores (ECU) 6

    The Puerto Rican team came out on top in this slugfest in the 50/70 group. Yadier Medina Sanchez drove in three runs and the Puerto Ricans shook off 12 strikeouts from Christopher Bohrer Guzman to take the win.

     

    Collier Townships Cartier Valley (PA) 3 vs. Pleasanton National (CA) 1

    Ian Hess drove in two runs and Zachary Rohaley struck out nine to lead the Pennsylvania team past Pleasanton in a pitcher's duel.

     

    Mid-Atlantic

    Lionville (PA) 7 vs. Burnt Hills Ballston Lake (NY) 

    Connor Kalten's four RBIs paced the team from Lionville as they joined Berlin as the only undefeated teams in Mid-Atlantic group.

     

    Berlin (MD) 6 vs. Newark National (DE) 2

    On the strength of just six hits, Berlin moved their record to 2-0. Tristan McDonough drove in three runs a day after driving in two in the team's first game.

     

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Newark National LL1-1
    Berlin LL2-0
    Burnt Hills Ballston Lake LL0-1
    Lionville LL1-0
    East Greenwich LL0-1
    Capitol City LL0-1

     

    Midwest 

    Coons Rapids Andover American (MN) 13 vs. Webb City (IL) 0

    The youngsters from Minnesota served up a beatdown against Webb City on Saturday. Nick Dainty had four hits and also struck out seven over three innings to key to rout.

     

    Urbandale (IA) 6 vs. Timberline (SD) 1

    Grant Garwood was nasty on the mound Saturday. He went 4.2 innings and struck out nine batters to lead his team to the win. Urbandale moved to 2-0 to start group play.

     

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Urbandale LL2-0
    Kearny LL 1-0
    Coon Rapids Andover American LL 2-0
    Timberline LL0-2
    Webb City LL0-2
    Girard LL0-1

     

    New England

    Saco/Maremont (ME) 12 vs. Newton South East (MA) 1

    Saco/Maremont responded from an opening day loss. Behind four RBI from Brogan Searle-Belanger, the team from Maine destroyed Newton South 12-1 on Saturday.

     

    South Burlington (VT) 12 vs. Rye (NH) 2

    Joining Saco/Maremont at the .500 mark is South Burlington. Ben Tate made his mark with his arm and his bat. He drove in two runs and struck out six.

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Lincoln LL1-0
    Westport LL1-0
    Rye LL0-1
    Newton South East LL0-1
    South Burlington LL1-1
    Saco/Maremont LL1-1

     

    Northwest

    Big Sky (MT) 3 vs. Abbot-O-Rabbit (AK) 0

    Jack Leuthold pitched 5.2 scoreless innings to push Big Sky past the the Alaskan team. Abbot-O-Rabbit drops to 0-2 after the three-hit shutout.

     

    Eastlake (WA) 16 vs. Cody (WY) 2

    Behind three hits and three RBI from Dallas Chandler, Eastlake improved to 2-0 after thrashing Cody 16-2 on Saturday. The team from Washington looks like one of the best in the Little League World Series.

     

    Lake Oswego (OR) 3 vs. Couer d'Alene (ID) 2

    Josh Angle came up with the big hit in the bottom of the sixth inning to break the 2-2 tie and give Lake Oswego the 3-2 win. It was a thrilling end to a long day of baseball as the Oregon team grabbed their first win of the group round.

    Each team only had four hits and both made three errors, in the end, Lake Oswego was just little bit better.

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Eastlake LL2-0
    Lake Oswego LL1-0
    Coeur d'Alene LL0-1
    Big Sky LL1-0
    Cody LL0-1
    Abbot-O-Rabbit LL0-2

     

    Southeast

    Tuckahoe (VA) 6 vs. Barboursville (WV) 5

    Tuckahoe rallied to erase a 5-0 deficit to win their second-straight game with four runs in the bottom of the sixth inning.

    Connor Schnupp had three RBIs to lead the charge.

     

    Martin County (FL) 4 vs. Northwood (SC) 3

    Dominick Thompson drove in three runs as Martin County held on for the win after taking a 4-0 early lead.

     

    South Nashville (TN) 17 vs. Jackson (AL) 5

    Ben Pickman was a machine on Saturday. He had five hits and five RBI to power an offensive explosion against the team from Alabama. South Nashville rebounded nicely after losing on Friday.

     

    Myers Park Trinity (NC) 4 vs. Columbus North (GA) 2

    Myers Park won a thrilling game with timely hitting. They fought off the danger of falling to 0-2 to grab their first win.

    STANDINGS
    POOL APOOL B
    TeamRecordTeamRecord
    Martin County North LL 1-0Barboursville LL1-1
    Northwood LL1-0Tuckahoe American LL2-0
    Myers Park Trinity1-1South Nashville LL1-1
    Columbus North LL0-2Jackson LL0-2

     

    Southwest

    Pearland Maroon (TX-E) 11 vs. Ocean Springs (MS) 1

    The team from Texas jumped all over their opponent on Saturday. They scored six runs in in the first inning and never looked back. Caleb Cadriel has three hits and four RBI to key the win.

     

    Universal (TW-W) 11 vs. Bossier (LA) 4

    It was a great day for Texas on Saturday. Eric Brown drove in three runs as Universal notched their own six-run inning to pull away from Bossier en route to a big win and a 2-0 record.

     

    North Boulder (CO) 15 vs. Tulsa National (OK) 3

    In yet another blowout, Jackson Wyatt drove in three runs as North Boulder easily handled Tulsa National on Saturday.

    STANDINGS
    POOL APOOL B
    TeamRecordTeam Record
    Universal LL 2-0Fairacres LL1-0
    Bossier LL1-1North Boulder LL1-0
    Pearland Maroon1-1Tulsa National LL0-1
    Ocean Springs0-2Malvern LL0-1

     

    West

    Chandler (AZ) 11 vs. Dixie (UT) 7

    Wyatt Woodland had three RBI to lead Chandler to the Arizona team to the win. The team scored eight runs in the first inning, but had to hold on to secure the win down the stretch against the pesky Dixie team from Utah.

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Mountain Ridge LL1-0
    Chandler National LL1-0
    Belmont-Redwood Shores LLTBA
    Eastlake LLTBA
    Central East Maui LLTBA
    Dixie LL0-2

     

     

Results and Standings for Aug. 2

11 of 11

    Great Lakes

    Games for this region will begin on Saturday. All six teams from the Great Lakes will be in action.  

     

    Mid-Atlantic

    Newark National LL 8, Capitol City LL 4

    Berlin LL 5, East Greenwich LL 4


    Joe Davis hit a home run and had two RBI for Newark National in its win over Capitol City, while Berlin pulled out a late 5-4 win over East Greenwich. Tristan McDonough led Berlin both at the plate (triple, two RBI) and on the mound (save). 

    The two winners from Friday's games will battle each other on Saturday, while Burnt Hills Ballston Lake and Lionville will get their first taste of regional action. 

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Newark National LL1-0
    Berlin LL1-0
    Burnt Hills Ballston Lake LL0-0
    Lionville LL0-0
    East Greenwich LL0-1
    Capitol City LL0-1

     

    Midwest

    Urbandale LL 17, Girard LL 5

    Kearny LL 10, Webb City LL 2

    Coon Rapids Andover American LL 16, Timberline LL 5


    Urbandale stomped on Girard in the first Midwest game, while Kearny scored four runs in the fourth inning en route to a big victory over Webb City. Coon Rapids Andover American almost equaled Urbandale's run differential with a big win of its own. 

    All six teams will be back in action again in Indianapolis on Saturday. 

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Urbandale LL1-0
    Kearny LL 1-0
    Coon Rapids Andover American LL 1-0
    Timberline LL0-1
    Webb City LL0-1
    Girard LL0-1

     

    New England

    Lincoln LL 11, Saco/Maremont LL 2

    Westport LL 9, South Burlington LL 2


    The youngsters from Rhode Island (Lincoln) used a five-run third inning to propel themselves to victory over a counterpart from Maine (Saco/Maremont). Lincoln leadoff hitter Aaron DeSousa had four hits, two of which were doubles. Westport closed out South Burlington rather easily in the nightcap. 

    Bristol will host two more games from the New England division on Saturday, when Newton South East and Rye will both play in their first games.

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Lincoln LL1-0
    Westport LL1-0
    Rye LL0-0
    Newton South East LL0-0
    South Burlington LL0-1
    Saco/Maremont LL0-1

     

    Northwest

    Eastlake LL 10, Abbot-O-Rabbit LL 2


    Eastlake (Washington) jumped out to a 6-2 lead after the first two innings of play, and cruised to an eight-run victory over the only team from Alaska still in contention. 

    Three different Eastlake hitters had multi-RBI games in the victory. On Saturday, Eastlake and Abbot-O-Rabbit will return to the field, while the other four teams in this region will play their first regional games. 

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Eastlake LL1-0
    Lake Oswego LL0-0
    Coeur d'Alene LL0-0
    Big Sky LL0-0
    Cody LL0-0
    Abbot-O-Rabbit LL0-1

     

    Southeast

    Martin County North LL 4, Myers Park Trinity LL 3

    Barboursville LL 10, Jackson LL 0

    Northwood LL 3, Columbus North LL 2

    Tuckahoe American LL 3, South Nashville LL 1


    Martin County North (Florida) and Northwood (South Carolina) picked up narrow wins over the opposition on Friday, while Barboursville (West Virginia) was impressive in picking up a run-rule victory over Jackson (Alabama). 

    In later action, Tuckahoe American managed to outlast South Nashville behind the bat and arm of Justin Wood. 

    All eight teams will return to action in Warner Robbins on Saturday. 

    STANDINGS
    POOL APOOL B
    TeamRecordTeamRecord
    Martin County North LL 1-0Barboursville LL1-0
    Northwood LL1-0Tuckahoe American LL1-0
    Myers Park Trinity0-1South Nashville LL0-1
    Columbus North LL0-1Jackson LL0-1

     

    Southwest

    Bossier LL 5, Pearland Maroon LL 0

    Universal LL 10, Ocean Springs LL 2

    Fairacres LL 11, Malvern LL 1

     
    Bossier blanked Pearland Maroon in the first Southwest matchup of the afternoon, but another Texas team (Universal) did well enough to pick up a big win over Ocean Springs. In the last division game on Friday, Fairacres needed only five innings to take down Malvern. 

    Both Texas teams will be in action again on Saturday, and we'll also catch a first glimpse at Oklahoma (Tulsa National LL) and Colorado (North Boulder LL). 

    STANDINGS
    POOL APOOL B
    TeamRecordTeam Record
    Universal LL 1-0Fairacres LL1-0
    Bossier LL1-0North Boulder LL0-0
    Pearland Maroon0-1Tulsa National LL0-0
    Ocean Springs0-1Malvern LL0-1

     

    West

    Mountain Ridge LL 11, Dixie LL 1

    Belmont-Redwood Shores LL 8, Chandler National LL 0

    Eastlake LL 16 vs. Central East Maui LL 2

     
    Jaret Godman had two hits and pitched four innings of one-hit baseball as Mountain Ridge run-ruled Dixie LL in the opening game of the West region. Belmont-Redwood Shores and Eastlake both cruised to impressive victories later on, with the team from Southern California picking up the most lopsided victory in an American regional so far.

    Only one game (Chandler National and Dixie) is scheduled for Saturday in California. 

    STANDINGS
    TeamRecord
    Mountain Ridge LL1-0
    Chandler National LLTBA
    Belmont-Redwood Shores LLTBA
    Eastlake LLTBA
    Central East Maui LLTBA
    Dixie LL0-1

     

    Canada

    Information for this division is not yet available. 

     

    *All information via LittleLeague.org.