New 2010 Little League World Series scores are in for day 4 of the tournament. The 2010 Little League World Series scores from day 4 include a couple more elimination games that spelled the end of the tournament for several teams. Both the United States and International pool play continued on Monday, August 23, with five games taking place between winners and losers from Friday’s games.
The first game of the day on Monday is between two teams that have already been eliminated from contention (Midwest vs. Europe) and serves as a consolation game for the two teams. They are both looking to emerge with their first win of the tournament, but hopefully both teams still have a lot of fun taking the field one last time to enjoy Williamsport, Pennsylvania.
The Great Lakes vs. Southeast game could be the most interesting on Monday, as the two teams are looking to win the top bracket of pool play for United States Pool A. Both teams have nice offenses as well, so this could be an epic battle between Georgia and Ohio. Look for Monday to be an exciting day, as two of the games still involve undefeated teams at the 2010 Little League World Series.
Here is a quick recap of where each of the teams represent:
2010 Little League World Series Teams
Mid-Atlantic: Toms River, New Jersey
West: Waipahu, Hawaii
Southeast: Columbus, Georgia
Great Lakes: Hamilton, Ohio
New England: Fairfield, Connecticut
Midwest: Plymouth, Minnesota
Southwest: Pearland, Texas
Northwest: Auburn, Washington
Caribbean: Manati, Puerto Rico
Japan: Tokyo, Japan
Mexico: Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas
Europe: Ramstein Air Base, Germany
MEA: Dhahran, Saudi Arabia
Latin America: Chitre, Panama
Canada: Vancouver, British Columbia
Asia-Pacific: Kaohsiung, Chinese Taipei
Sunday, August 22 Little League World Series scores
Europe 2 — Midwest 1
Asia-Pacific 23 — Canada 0
Mexico 4 — Caribbean 2
3 p.m. PST — Great Lakes vs. Southeast (Rain Delay)
5 p.m. PST — New England vs. Northwest (Rain Delay)
*Eliminated means they are out of contention.