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Monday, August 27, 2018

Hawaii's Champions, Korea scoreless in Little League World Series 2018.

Hawaii's Champions, South Korea scoreless in Little League World Series 2018.






The 72nd edition of 2018 Little League World Series is approaching to the End, it is scheduled from 16 to 26 August in South Williamsport, Pennsylvania, USA.
Eight teams from the United States and eight teams from around the world have competed for the LLWS world title.


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 Honolulu kept away South Korea from title & scoreless and scored on a Mana Lau Kong home solo home run and added two more on a wild pitch and error to secure a 3-0 win. It's the third time Hawaii has won the Little League World Series championship, and the first time in 10 years. It's also the first time the city of Honolulu has won it all.


 Honolulu, Hawaii, representing the West region and winners of the United States bracket, shut out South Korea, representing the Asia-Pacific, to take home the 2018 LLWS title.





Little League World Series,  2018, LLWS, LLBWS, Bracket, schedule, scores, Results, live stream, TV Info.





The Little league played at the aged 10-12 years old child just like the Seniors Baseball World Series.

Last year LLWS 2017, Tokyo Japan defeated Lufkin Little League, representing the Southwest Region out of Lufkin, Texas.



2018 Little League World Series Final Championship game will be played on August 26 – at Lamade Stadium between the U.S. champion and International champion.





Here is the full Breakdown of Little League World Series 2018 Bracket, Full Schedule, Scores Results, Quarter's, Semis & Championship game & also included When & where to watch the TV Schedule & Live Streaming info.




Thursday, Aug. 16 (Round 1)



Game 1: Asia-Pacific 4, Caribbean 2

Game 2: Mid-Atlantic 5, Midwest 2

Game 3: Mexico 3, Australia 2

Game 4: Southwest 3, New England 1



Friday, Aug. 17 (Round 1)


Game 5: Japan 11, Europe/Africa 1

Game 6: Great Lakes 5, Northwest 4

Game 7: Latin America 8, Canada 3

Game 8: West 2, Southeast 0 in 11 innings


Saturday, Aug. 18 (Round 2 -- loser's bracket)


Game 9: Caribbean 6, Australia 0

Game 10: Midwest 9, New England 5

Game 11: Canada 2, Europe/Africa 1

Game 12: Southeast 3, Northwest 0



Sunday, Aug. 19 (Round 2 -- winner's bracket)


Game 13: Asia-Pacific 5, Mexico 1

Game 14: Mid-Atlantic 2, Southwest 1

Game 15: Japan 4, Latin America 2

Game 16: West 8, Great Lakes 3



Monday, Aug. 20 (Round 3)


Game A New England 15, Australia 0

Game 17: Caribbean 3, Latin America 1

Game 18: Great Lakes 5, Midwest 4

Game 19: Canada 6, Mexico 4

Game 20: Southeast 7, Southwest 6



Wednesday, Aug. 22 (Quarter-Finals)



Game 21: Caribbean   9 - 4   Canada --

Game 22: Great Lakes   3  -  4   Southeast  --


Game 23: Asia-Pacific   10 - 0    Japan --

Game 24: Mid-Atlantic   0 - 10    West --



Thursday, Aug. 23 (Quarterfinals)




Game 25: Caribbean  0 - 1   Japan --

Game 26: Mid-Atlantic  3 - 7   Southeast --



Saturday, Aug. 25 (Semifinals)


Game 27: International Championship Game, Asia Pacific (South Korea)   2 - 1  Japan --

Game 28: U.S. Championship Game,  West (Hawaii)   3 - 0   Southeast (Georgia)



Sunday, Aug. 26 (Championship Final &  third-place game)



Game 29 (Third Place Game):    Japan  8  -  2  Georgia.



Game 30: Final Championship Game,   Hawaii   3   -  0   South Korea.

















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