Little League World Series 2010 scores are getting tighter. Soon, the Little League World Series 2010 scores will set up the schedule for the medal rounds. 23-0 and 18-0 scores may be less likely for these later stages, as even Chinese Taipei didn’t get a blowout yesterday. In fact, one team won yesterday with six runs and only one hit, proving that mistakes are getting more and more costly. Today, the Little League World Series 2010 scores could complete the final four schedule, after the international final was determined yesterday.
Chinese Taipei had rampaged through their first two games, yet they got a much stiffer challenge against Chitre, Panama. The representatives from Taiwan only got five runs this time, although it was enough to eliminate Panama 5-1. Four runs in the fifth inning finally set Chinese Taipei on their way.
Thus far, the Little League World Series 2010 scores have yielded only two 3-0 teams on the schedule. Those two squads will meet for the international title, as Chinese Taipei will take on Tokyo on Saturday. However, the U.S. championship still doesn’t have its two participants.
Yesterday’s schedule gave Pearland, Texas a chance to make the final if they could defeat Auburn, Wash.. The very first of the Little League World Series 2010 scores had Auburn losing, as they have been against the wall from the beginning. Yet for the third straight time, Auburn survived to fight another day.
In this case, Auburn stayed alive with a 7-4 win, giving Pearland its first loss on their schedule. But in this stage, Auburn needs to beat Pearland twice in a row to advance. As such, today’s Little League World Series 2010 scores are guaranteed to fill at least one spot for the U.S final.
Auburn and Pearland will have their rematch at 4 p.m. today, with the other U.S. semifinal beginning at 7. Columbus, Georgia, is now the only undefeated American team on the schedule, and has two chances to advance. They will face Waipahu, Hawaii, which advanced under very unconventional circumstances.
The most bizarre of the Little League World Series 2010 scores had Waipahu defeat Hamilton, Ohio, 6-4 — with just one hit. Thanks to various errors by Hamilton in the fourth inning, Waipahu had enough runs to support Matthew Campos’ three-run homer.
Now Waipahu must hope for more luck and errors in two straight games against Columbus. However, if Columbus wins, there will be no Little League World Series 2010 scores tomorrow, as the schedule would be blank on Friday. Chinese Taipei and Tokyo are already set to play on Saturday, while Columbus and the Auburn-Pearland winner could be set to face off as well after tonight.
Little League Baseball- “2010 Little League World Series”
Yahoo Sports- “Hawaii, Taiwan, Wash. win at LLWS”