Four games were on Sunday's Little League World Series slate, but only two of them were able to be completed because of inclement weather.
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🚨UPDATE🚨<br>Games 15 and 16, scheduled for today at 1 p.m. and 2 p.m., have been postponed. <br><br>We'll plan on resuming Game 14 (in progress in the top of the 6th Inning with 1 out and an 0-0 count on the batter). <br><br>A time will be announced as it is made available. <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/LLWS?src=hash&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#LLWS</a>
The first one featured the team representing Torrance (California) Little League took down the representatives from West Side Little League (Hamilton, Ohio) by a 9-0 score.
California scored one in the second before adding four runs apiece in the third and sixth frames.
Grant Hays smacked a pair of home runs, driving in five.
Gibson Turner contributed a pair of doubles alongside his two runs and three RBI. Andrew Nuruki also had two hits and two runs.
Starting pitcher Xavier Navarro allowed just one hit and one walk over 4.2 shutout innings for the win.
The other game saw Hawaii (Honolulu Little League) beat Nebraska (Hastings Baseball Little League) 11-3 in seven innings.
Lightning in the area initially paused that one with Hawaii batting up 3-0 in the top of the sixth. However, the game got back underway later in the afternoon.
Hawaii's three runs all came in the first inning courtesy of a Micah Bennett RBI single and a Pele Payanal two-RBI single.
Nebraska went scoreless until the sixth, when Hunter Nepple tied the game with a three-run homer.
Hawaii responded with eight in the seventh inning, with the big hit courtesy of Ryan Keanu and his inside-the-park two-run homer to put his team up 7-3. Nebraska did not score in the bottom of the frame, and the game was over.
The postponed games, which will now go down Monday, are between Texas and Michigan and Oregon and South Dakota. You can find an updated LLWS bracket and schedule on the tournament's official website.