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Little League World Series Regionals 2022: Tuesday Scores and Bracket Results

Erin WalshAugust 10, 2022

Hamilton, Ohio, lines the third base line and Taylor, Mich., line up on the first base line during player introductions before the Little League World Series Championship baseball game at Lamade Stadium in South Williamsport, Pa., Sunday, Aug. 29, 2021. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)
AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar

The 2022 Little League World Series regionals are in full swing, and this week is the last opportunity for teams across the United States to prove they have what it takes to compete on the big stage at the World Series in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, later this month.

With regionals beginning to wind down, only a handful of teams were in action Tuesday, including those from the Mid-Atlantic, Midwest, Mountain, Southeast and Southwest regions.

Tuesday's action was highlighted by a championship game in the Southwest region between Texas East and Oklahoma. Texas East defeated Oklahoma 9-4 to earn a spot in the 2022 Little League World Series.

Here's a look at Tuesday's scores, team records and further information about the upcoming World Series tournament:


Mid-Atlantic Regionals

Delaware 5, Pennsylvania 4


Midwest Regionals

North Dakota 12, Minnesota 3


Mountain Regionals

Utah 5, Nevada 4


Southeast Regionals

Tennessee 5, Virginia 2


Southwest Regionals

Texas East 9, Oklahoma 4

Texas East clinched a spot in the 2022 Little League World Series with its win over Oklahoma on Tuesday in the Southwest Region Championship.


Records/Standings


Great Lakes

Kentucky: 2-0

Ohio: 1-1

Indiana: 1-0

Michigan: 1-2

Illinois: 0-2


Metro

New York: 2-0

Connecticut: 1-1

New Jersey: 1-1

Rhode Island: 0-2


Mid-Atlantic

Delaware: 2-0

Pennsylvania: 1-1

Washington D.C.: 1-1

Maryland: 0-2


Midwest

North Dakota: 3-1

Iowa: 2-0

Missouri: 2-0

Minnesota: 2-2

Kansas: 1-2

Wisconsin: 1-2

South Dakota: 0-2


Mountain

Utah: 2-0

Montana: 1-1

Nevada: 1-1

Wyoming: 0-2


New England

Maine: 2-0

Massachusetts: 1-1

New Hampshire: 1-1

Vermont: 0-2


Northwest

Washington: 2-0

Oregon: 1-1

Idaho: 1-1

Alaska: 0-2


Southeast

Virginia: 4-1

Tennessee: 3-0

Georgia: 2-2

North Carolina: 2-2

South Carolina: 1-2

Florida: 1-2

Alabama: 0-2

West Virginia: 0-2


Southwest

Texas East: 4-0 (clinched spot in LLWS)

Oklahoma: 4-2

Mississippi: 2-2

Texas West: 2-2

Arkansas: 1-2

Louisiana: 1-2

Colorado: 0-2

New Mexico: 0-2


West

Hawaii: 2-0

Arizona: 1-1

Northern California: 1-1

Southern California: 0-2


The United States regional tournament will wrap up Sunday, and teams that qualify will report to Williamsport by Aug. 17 for the World Series, which is set to run Aug. 17-28.

The 2022 LLWS will feature teams from 10 different regions of the United States—Great Lakes, Metro, Mid-Atlantic, Midwest, Mountain, New England, Northwest, Southeast, Southwest and West.

Previously, the Little League World Series featured teams from just eight regions of the United States. The Metro and Mountain regions are new to the tournament this year.

Ten teams from around the world will also be competing in Williamsport later this month. The international regional system features teams from Asia-Pacific, Australia, Canada, the Caribbean, Europe-Africa, Japan, Latin America, Mexico, Panama and Puerto Rico.

Only eight teams from around the world used to compete in the Little League World Series. Puerto Rico and Panama are new this year.

Here's a look at the international teams that have already earned a spot to play in Williamsport:

Asia-Pacific: Taipei City, Chinese Taipei

Australia: Queensland, Australia

Caribbean: Willemstad, Curacao

Europe-Africa: Bologna, Italy

Japan: Takarazuka, Hyogo

Latin America: Managua, Nicaragua

Mexico: Matamoros, Tamaulipas

Panama: Aguadulce, Panama

Puerto Rico: Guaynabo, Puerto Rico

Canada: TBD, tournament runs Aug. 4-12


Regional action will continue Wednesday beginning at 11 a.m. ET with a game between Missouri and Iowa.

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