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 > Little League Online > Media > Little League News Archive > 2010 > May - August > Setting the Field: Region Champions Are Currently Qualifying for Each of Little League's Eight 2010 World Series Tournaments

Setting the Field: Region Champions Are Currently Qualifying for Each of Little League's Eight 2010 World Series Tournaments

Setting the Field: Region Champions Are Currently Qualifying for Each of Little League's Eight 2010 World Series Tournaments

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Each summer, Little League Baseball and Softball culminates its tournament season with eight World Series played at different locations throughout the United States. Teams from various regions have already qualified with several more to punch their tickets in the coming days and weeks.

A current listing of qualifiers for each World Series are listed here be division of play: http://www.littleleague.org/series/2010divisions/index.htm

The championship games for each World Series will be televised live this summer on the ESPN family of networks or ABC television. Throughout July and August, approximately 70 Little League International Tournament games will be televised. Check the Little League website – www.LittleLeague.org – or your local listings for game times and networks.

To date, the leagues that have won a region championship and qualified for World Series competition are listed below by division of play. This listing will be updated as teams advance into the World Series.

Regional Champions qualifying for the Little League Baseball World Series in South Williamsport, Pa (Aug. 20-29) are:

International Pool:

Edogawa Minami Little League
Tokyo, Japan – Japan Region Champion

Jose M Rodriguez Little League
Manati, Puerto Rico – Caribbean Region Champion

Fu-Hsing Little League
Kaohsiung, Chinese Taipei – Asia-Pacific Region Champion

Arabian American Little League
Dhahran, Saudi Arabia – Middle East and Africa Region Champion

Oriente Little League
Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas
– Mexico Region Champion

Chitre Little League
Chitre Panama – Latin America Region Champion

KMC American Little League
Ramstein Air Base, Germany – Europe Region Champion

Little Mountain Little League
Vancouver, British Columbia – Canada Region Champion

United States Pool:

West Side American Little League
Hamilton, Ohio – Great Lakes Region Champion

Plymouth/New Hope Little League
Plymouth, Minnesota – Midwestern Region Champion

Fairfield American Little League
Fairfield, Connecticut – New England Region Champion

Auburn Little League
Auburn, Washington – Northwestern Region Champion

Columbus Northern Little League
Columbus, Georgia – Southeastern Region Champion

Pearland White Little League
Pearland, Texas – Southwestern Region Champion

The 16-team field for the 2010 Little League Baseball World Series will be set by Monday, Aug. 16

Regional Champions qualifying for the Little League Softball World Series in Portland, Ore. (Aug. 12-18) are:

Robbinsville Little League
Robbinsville, New Jersey – Eastern Region Champion

Warner Robins American Little League
Warner Robins, Georgia – Southeastern Region Champion

Burbank Little League
Burbank, Calif. – Western Region Champion

Poland Community Little League
Poland, Ohio – Central Region Champion

Washington County Little League
Brebham, Texas – Southwestern Region Champion

ASOFEM Little League
Maunabo, Puerto Rico – Latin America Region Champion

Bacolod West Little League
Bacolod City, Philippines – Asia-Pacific Region Champion

UKS Softball Club Wroclaw Little League
Wroclaw, Poland - Europe, Middle East and Africa Region Champion

Tigard Little League
Tigard, Oregon - Oregon District 4 - Host Team

Regional Champions qualifying for the Junior League Baseball World Series in Taylor, Mich. (Aug. 15-21) are:

Freehold Township Little League
Freehold Township, New Jersey  

Chung-Ching Junior Little League
Taipei City, Chinese Taipei – Asia-Pacific Region Champion

Kirovograd/Rivne Little League  
Kirovograd Center/Rivne, Ukraine - Europe, Middle East and Africa Region Champion

Javier Little League
Guatemala City, Guatemala – Latin America Champion

Regional Champions qualifying for the Junior League Softball World Series in Kirkland, Wash. (Aug. 15-21) are:

West Tampa Little League
Tampa, Florida – Southeastern Region Champion

Friuli Venezia Giulia Little League
Friuli V G, Italy – Europe, Middle East and Africa Region Champion

ASOFEM Little League
Maunabo, Puerto Rico – Latin America Region Champion

Guam District 1 Little League
Guam – Asia-Pacific Region Champion

Windsor South Canadien Little League
Windsor, Ontario – Canada Region Champion

Regional Champions qualifying for the Senior League Baseball World Series in Bangor, Maine (Aug. 15-21) are:

Saipan Little League
Saipan, CNMI – Asia-Pacific Region Champion

Lazio Little League
Lazio, Italy – Europe, Middle East and Africa Region Champion

Aruba South Little League
San Nicolas, Aruba – Latin America Region Champion

Bangor East/West Little League
Bangor, Maine
– Host team

Regional Champions qualifying for the Senior League Softball World Series in Lower Sussex, Del. (Aug. 8-14) are:

Guam District 1 Little League
Guam - Asia-Pacific Region Champion

ASOFEM Little League
Maunabo, Puerto Rico – Latin America Champion

KMC American LL
Ramstein, Germany – Europe, Middle East and Africa Region Champion

Turtle Club Little League
Windsor,Ontario - Canada Region Champion

Olive Branch Little League
Portsmouth, Virginia – Southeastern Region Champion

Northside Suburban Little League
San Antonio, Texas – Southwestern Region Champion

Sunnyside Little League
Tucson, Arizona – Western Region Champion

District 11 Little League
South Bend, Indiana – Central Region Champion

Laurel Little League
Laurel, Delaware – Host Team

Haverstraw Little League
Haverstraw, New York – Eastern Region Champion

Regional Champions qualifying for the Big League Baseball World Series in Easley, S.C. (July 28-Aug.4) are:

District 2
Cocle, Panama – Latin America Region Champion

District 1
Philippines – Asia-Pacific Region Champion

District 1
South Carolina – Host Team

Netherlands – Europe, Middle East and Africa Region Champion

District 1
San Juan, Puerto Rico – Puerto Rico Region Champion

District 7
South Carolina - Southeastern Region Champion

District 5
Ruston, Louisiana - Southwestern Region Champion

District 13
Thousand Oaks, Calif. - West Region Champion

District 15
Illinois - Central Region Champion

District 3
North Cumberland, N.J. - East Region Champion

District 1
Cape Breton, Nova Scotia - Canada Region Champion

On Aug. 4 Puerto Rico District 1 defeated California District 13, 3-2, to win 2010 Big League Baseball World Series Championship

Regional Champions qualifying for the Big League Softball World Series in Kalamazoo, Mich. (Aug. 5-11) are:

District 1
San Juan, Puerto Rico – Latin America Region Champion

City of Manila Little League
Manila, Philippines – Asia-Pacific Region Champion

District 51
Antelope Valley, Calif.
– Western Region Champion

District 3
Delaware
 – Eastern Region Champion

District 5
Windsor, Ontario
– Canada Region Champion

District 9
Michigan
 – Central Region Champion

District 12
Florida
 – Southeastern Region Champion

District 5
Calhoun, La.
 – Southwestern Region Champion

District 2
Kalamazoo, Mich.
 – Host Team