Hawaii brings home the 2018 Little League World Series title thanks to a 3-0 over South Korea

Hawaii brings home the 2018 Little League World Series title thanks to a 3-0 over South Korea

Sixteen Baseball teams entered Williamsport, Penn. looking for a Little League World Series title, and on Sunday a champion was delegated. Honolulu, Hawaii, speaking to the West area and champs of the United States section, close out South Korea, speaking to the Asia-Pacific, to bring home the 2018 LLWS title.

Honolulu kept South Korea scoreless and scored on a Mana Lau Kong home solo grand slam and included two increasingly a wild pitch and blunder to anchor a 3-0 win. It’s the third time Hawaii has won the Little League World Series title, and the first run through in 10 years. It’s additionally the first run through the city of Honolulu has won it all Yeah. DJ Hustle

HustleTV.tv Hawaii brings home the 2018 Little League World Series title thanks to a 3-0 over South Korea
HustleTV.tv Hawaii brings home the 2018 Little League World Series title thanks to a 3-0 over South Korea

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 (Quarterfinals)

  • Game 21: Caribbean 9, Canada 4
  • Game 22: Southeast 4, Great Lakes 3
  • Game 23: Asia-Pacific 10, Japan 0
  • Game 24: West 10, Mid-Atlantic 0

Thursday, Aug. 23 (Quarterfinals)

  • Game 25: Japan 1, Caribbean 0
  • Game 26: Southeast 7, Mid-Atlantic 3

Saturday, Aug. 25 (Semifinals)

  • Game 27: Asia-Pacific 2, Japan 1
  • Game 28: U.S. Championship Game: West 3, Southeast 0

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

  • Game 29 (Consolation): Japan 8, Southeast 2
  • Championship Game: West 3, Asia-Pacific 0