2011 Little League World Series qualification

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2011 Little League World Series qualification
United States
Great Lakes Winner Kentucky La Grange, Kentucky
Mid-Atlantic Winner Pennsylvania Clinton County, Pennsylvania
Midwest Winner South Dakota Rapid City, South Dakota
New England Winner Rhode Island Cumberland, Rhode Island
Northwest Winner Montana Billings, Montana
Southeast Winner Georgia (U.S. state) Warner Robins, Georgia
Southwest Winner Louisiana Lafayette, Louisiana
West Winner California Huntington Beach, California
International
Asia-Pacific Winner Chinese Taipei Kaohsiung, Chinese Taipei (Taiwan)
Canada Winner Canada Langley, British Columbia
Caribbean Winner Aruba Oranjestad, Aruba
Europe Winner Netherlands Rotterdam, Netherlands
Japan Winner Japan Hamamatsu, Shizuoka
Latin America Winner Venezuela Maracay, Venezuela
Mexico Winner Mexico Mexicali, Baja California
Middle East-Africa Winner Saudi Arabia Dhahran, Saudi Arabia
Tournaments
← 2010
2012 →

Qualification for the 2011 Little League World Series took place in eight United States regions and eight international regions from June through August 2011.

United States[edit]

Great Lakes[edit]

The tournament took place in Indianapolis on August 5–13.[1]

State City LL Organization Record
 Indiana Evansville Golfmoor 4–0
 Kentucky La Grange North Oldham 3–1
 Michigan Grosse Pointe Grosse Pointe Park 2–2
 Ohio Hamilton Westside 2–2
 Wisconsin Burlington Burlington 1–3
 Illinois Rock Falls Rock Falls 0–4
Semi-finals Final
August 10 – Indianapolis
 1  Indiana 3  
 4  Ohio 4  
 
August 13 – Indianapolis
     4  Ohio 0
   2  Kentucky 3
August 10 – Indianapolis
 2  Kentucky 8
 3  Michigan 0  

Mid-Atlantic[edit]

The tournament took place in Bristol, Connecticut on August 5–15.[2]

State City LL Organization Record
 Pennsylvania Clinton County Keystone 4–0
 Delaware Newark Newark National 4–0
 New Jersey Paramus Paramus 2–2
 New York Staten Island Great Kills American 1–3
 Maryland Williamsport Conocoheague 1–3
 Washington, D.C. Washington, D.C. Northwest Washington 0–4
Semi-finals Final
August 12 – Bristol
 1  Pennsylvania 3  
 4  New York 0  
 
August 15 – Bristol
     1  Pennsylvania 5
   3  New Jersey 2
August 12 – Bristol
 2  Delaware 1
 3  New Jersey 2  

Midwest[edit]

The tournament took place in Indianapolis on August 6–13.[3]

Note: The Dakotas are organized into a single Little League district.

State City LL Organization Record
 South Dakota Rapid City Harney 3–1
 Iowa Des Moines Grandview 3–1
 Nebraska Kearney Kearney 2–2
 Missouri Webb City Webb City 2–2
 Minnesota Circle Pines Centennial Lakes West 2–2
 Kansas Cherokee Cherokee Community 0–4
Semi-finals Final
August 11 – Indianapolis
 1  South Dakota 7  
 4  Missouri 2  
 
August 13 – Indianapolis
     1  South Dakota 4
   3  Nebraska 2
August 11 – Indianapolis
 2  Iowa 1
 3  Nebraska 5  

New England[edit]

The tournament took place in Bristol, Connecticut on August 5–13.[4]

State City LL Organization Record
 New Hampshire Goffstown Goffstown Junior Baseball 4–0
 Connecticut Fairfield Fairfield American 3–1
 Rhode Island Cumberland Cumberland American 2–2
 Massachusetts Andover Andover National 2–2
 Maine Yarmouth Yarmouth 1–3
 Vermont Barre Barre Community 0–4
Semi-finals Final
August 11 – Bristol
 1  New Hampshire 4  
 4  Massachusetts 9  
 
August 13 – Bristol
     4  Massachusetts 7
   3  Rhode Island 13
August 11 – Bristol
 2  Connecticut 7
 3  Rhode Island 8  

Northwest[edit]

The tournament took place in San Bernardino, California on August 5–13.[5]

State City LL Organization Record
 Washington Bothell North Bothell 4–0
 Montana Billings Billings Big Sky 3–1
 Idaho Lewiston Lewiston 2–2
 Oregon Bend Bend South 2–2
 Wyoming Laramie Laramie 1–3
 Alaska Anchorage Abbott-O-Rabbit 0–4
Semi-finals Final
August 11 – San Bernardino
 1  Washington 3  
 4  Oregon 4  
 
August 13 – San Bernardino
     4  Oregon 1
   2  Montana 7
August 11 – San Bernardino
 2  Montana 6
 3  Idaho 2  

Southeast[edit]

The tournament took place in Warner Robins, Georgia on August 5–12.[6]

Pool A
State City LL Organization Record
 Florida Tampa New Tampa 3–0
 West Virginia Fairmont Fairmont 2–1
 Virginia Reston Reston National 1–2
 South Carolina Irmo Irmo 0–3
Pool B
State City LL Organization Record
 Georgia Warner Robins Warner Robins American 3–0
 Alabama Mobile Westside 2–1
 North Carolina Greenville Tar Heel 1–2
 Tennessee Goodlettsville Goodlettsville Baseball 0–3
Semi-finals Final
August 10 – Warner Robins
 1A  Florida 12  
 2B  Alabama 6  
 
August 12 – Warner Robins
     1A  Florida 2
   1B  Georgia 4
August 10 – Warner Robins
 1B  Georgia 7
 2A  West Virginia 0  

Southwest[edit]

The tournament took place in Waco, Texas on August 5–11.[7]

Pool A
State City LL Organization Record
 Louisiana Lafayette Lafayette 3–0
 Texas East Pearland Pearland Maroon 2–1
 Texas West Midland Northern 1–2
 Arkansas White Hall White Hall 0–3
Pool B
State City LL Organization Record
 Colorado Boulder North Boulder 3–0
 New Mexico Albuquerque Altamont 2–1
 Mississippi Ocean Springs Ocean Springs 1–2
 Oklahoma Krebs Pittsburg County 0–3
Semi-finals Final
August 9 – Waco
 1A  Louisiana 14  
 2B  New Mexico 6  
 
August 11 – Waco (7 inn.)
     1A  Louisiana 8
   2A  Texas East 7
August 9 – Waco
 1B  Colorado 4
 2A  Texas East 5  

West[edit]

The tournament took place in San Bernardino, California on August 5–13.[8]

State City LL Organization Record
California Southern California Huntington Beach Ocean View 4–0
California Northern California Red Bluff Red Bluff 2–2
 Nevada Las Vegas Silverado 2–2
 Utah Washington Washington 2–2
 Arizona Rio Rico Rio Rico 1–3
 Hawaii Wailuku Central East Maui 1–3
Semi-finals Final
August 12 – San Bernardino
 1 California Southern California 5  
 4  Utah 0  
 
August 13 – San Bernardino
     1 California Southern California 2
   2 California Northern California 1
August 12 – San Bernardino
 2 California Northern California 3
 3  Nevada 2  

International[edit]

Asia-Pacific[edit]

The tournament took place in Guam from July 9–15.[9]

Pool A
Country City LL Organization Record
 Chinese Taipei (Taiwan)1 Kaohsiung Ching-Tan 5–0
 Thailand Chiang Mai Sanuk 3–2
 Singapore Singapore Singapore 3–2
 Australia Adelaide Southern Adelaide Districts 2–3
 New Zealand Auckland Bayside Westhaven 2–3
 Indonesia Jakarta Indonesian 0–5
Pool B
Country City LL Organization Record
 South Korea 4–0
 Guam Agana Central 3–1
 Northern Mariana Islands Saipan Saipan 1–3
 Hong Kong Hong Kong, China Hong Kong 1–3
 Philippines Makati City Illam Central 1–3
Semi-finals Final
July 14 – Guam
 1A Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei 12  
 2B  Guam 2  
 
July 15 – Guam
     1A Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei 3
   1B  South Korea 1
July 14 – Guam
 2A  Thailand 0
 1B  South Korea 10  

1 Republic of China, commonly known as Taiwan, due to complicated relations with People's Republic of China, is recognized by the name Chinese Taipei by majority of international organizations including Little League Baseball(LLB). For more information, please see Cross-Strait relations.

Canada Canada[edit]

The tournament took place in North Vancouver, British Columbia on August 6–13.[10]

Province City LL Organization Record
 Ontario Toronto High Park 5–0
 British Columbia Langley Langley 4–1
 British Columbia North Vancouver Mt. Seymour* 3–2
 Quebec Valleyfield Valleyfield 2–3
 Alberta Calgary Rocky Mountain 1–4
 Nova Scotia Sydney Sydney Steel Kings 0–5

(*): host league

Semi-finals Final
August 12 – North Vancouver
 1  Ontario 3  
 4  Quebec 4  
 
August 13 – North Vancouver (4 inn.)
     4  Quebec 0
   2  British Columbia (Langley) 11
August 12 – North Vancouver
 2  British Columbia (Langley) 2
 3  British Columbia (North Vancouver) 1  

Caribbean[edit]

The tournament took place St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands on July 9–16.[11]

Pool A
Country City LL Organization Record
 Puerto Rico Manatí Jose M. Rodriguez 4–0
 U.S. Virgin Islands Saint Thomas Elrod Hendricks West 3–1
 Dominican Republic Puerto Plata José Tatis 2–2
 U.S. Virgin Islands Saint Croix Elmo Plaskett West 1–3
 Antigua and Barbuda Saint John's Antigua 0–4
Pool B
Country City LL Organization Record
 Curaçao Willemstad Pariba 4–0
 Aruba Oranjestad Aruba North 3–1
 U.S. Virgin Islands Saint Thomas Alvin McBean East 2–2
 Cayman Islands Grand Cayman Island Cayman Islands 1–3
 Sint Maarten Sint Maarten Sint Maarten 0–4
Semi-finals Final
July 15 – St. Thomas
 1A  Puerto Rico 0  
 2B  Aruba 4  
 
July 16 – St. Thomas
     2B  Aruba 4
   2A  U.S. Virgin Islands (Elrod Hendricks West) 2
July 15 – St. Thomas
 1B  Curaçao 7
 2A  U.S. Virgin Islands (Elrod Hendricks West) 8  

Europe[edit]

The tournament took place in Kutno, Poland on July 22–29.[12]

Pool A
Country City LL Organization Record
 Czech Republic South Moravia South Moravia 5–0
 Lithuania Vilnius Vilnius 4–1
 Ukraine Kirovograd Kirovograd/Nove Celo 2–3
 Belgium West Flanders Flanders West 2–3
 Moldova Tiraspol Kvint 1–4
 Sweden Stockholm Stockholm 1–4
Pool B
Country City LL Organization Record
 Netherlands Rotterdam Rotterdam 4–0
 Italy Bologna Emilia 3–1
 Belarus Brest Brest Zubrs 1–3
 Great Britain London London Youth Baseball 1–3
 Poland Kutno Kutno 1–3
GermanyUnited States Germany-US Ramstein KMC American DQ[13]
Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                   
July 27 – Kutno        
 1A Czech Republic Czech Republic  7
July 28 – Kutno
 4B United Kingdom Great Britain  1  
 1A Czech Republic Czech Republic  20
July 27 – Kutno
     2B Italy Italy  1  
 2B Italy Italy  10
July 29 – Kutno
 3A Ukraine Ukraine  0  
 1A Czech Republic Czech Republic  1
July 27 – Kutno    
   1B Netherlands Netherlands  7
 2A Lithuania Lithuania  1
July 28 – Kutno
 3B Belarus Belarus  2  
 3B Belarus Belarus  1
July 27 – Kutno
     1B Netherlands Netherlands  11  
 1B Netherlands Netherlands  5
 4A Belgium Belgium  1  
 

Japan Japan[edit]

The first two round of the tournament was held on July 2, and the remaining three rounds were played on July 9. All games were played in Tokyo.[14]

Participating teams
Prefecture City LL Organization
 Chiba Chiba Chiba City
 Ehime Niihama Niihama
 Hokkaido Sapporo Sapporo Shinkotoni
 Kanagawa Yokohama Seya
 Mie Matsusaka Matsusaka
 Miyagi Sendai Sendai Higashi
 Miyazaki Miyakonojō Miyakonojō
 Nagano Nagano City Suzaka
 Okayama Kasaoka Kasaoka
 Osaka Ibaraki Osaka Ibaraki
 Osaka Osaka Osaka Yodogawa
 Saitama Koshigaya Koshigaya
 Shizuoka Hamamatsu Hamamatsu Minami
 Tokyo Chōfu Chōfu
 Tokyo Tokyo Tokyo Kitasuna
 Yamagata Yamagata Yamagata
Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                           
July 2 – Tokyo            
 Kanagawa Prefecture Seya  5
July 9 – Tokyo
 Tokyo Tokyo Kitasuna  4  
 Kanagawa Prefecture Seya  22
July 2 – Tokyo
   Mie Prefecture Matsusaka  6  
 Okayama Prefecture Kasaoka  5
July 9 – Tokyo
 Mie Prefecture Matsusaka  16  
 Kanagawa Prefecture Seya  2
July 2 – Tokyo
   Osaka Prefecture Osaka Ibaraki  0  
 Hokkaido Sapporo Shinotoni  1
July 9 – Tokyo
 Osaka Prefecture Osaka Ibaraki  17  
 Osaka Prefecture Osaka Ibaraki  8
July 2 – Tokyo
   Miyagi Prefecture Sendai Higashi  4  
 Chiba Prefecture Chiba City  7
July 9 – Tokyo
 Miyagi Prefecture Sendai Higashi  13  
 Kanagawa Prefecture Seya  3
July 2 – Tokyo
   Shizuoka Prefecture Hamamatsu Minami  14
 Nagano Prefecture Suzaka  1
July 9 – Tokyo
 Shizuoka Prefecture Hamamatsu Minami  13  
 Shizuoka Prefecture Hamamatsu Minami  3
July 2 – Tokyo
   Tokyo Chōfu  1  
 Ehime Prefecture Niihama  2
July 9 – Tokyo
 Tokyo Chōfu  13  
 Shizuoka Prefecture Hamamatsu Minami  11
July 2 – Tokyo
   Saitama Prefecture Koshigaya  1  
 Miyazaki Prefecture Miyakonojō  2
July 9 – Tokyo
 Osaka Prefecture Osaka Yodogawa  1  
 Miyazaki Prefecture Miyakonojō  12
July 2 – Tokyo
   Saitama Prefecture Koshigaya  13  
 Saitama Prefecture Koshigaya  4
 Yamagata Prefecture Yamagata  1  

Latin America[edit]

The tournament took place in San José, Costa Rica on July 16–23.[15]

Pool A
Country City LL Organization Record
 Venezuela Maracay Gran Maracay 4–0
 Panama David David Doleguita 3–1
 Honduras San Pedro Sula Mariners 2–2
 Costa Rica San José Atlantica 1–3
 Brazil São Paulo Liga Paulista Baseball District 1 0–4
Pool B
Country City LL Organization Record
 Colombia Bolívar Falcon 4–1
 El Salvador San Salvador FESA 4–1
 Nicaragua Chinandega El Viejo 3–2
 Costa Rica Santo Domingo Santa Domingo De Heredia 3–2
 Guatemala Guatemala City Liga Pequena De Beisbol De Guatemala 1–4
 Ecuador Guayaquil Unidad Miraflores 0–5
Semi-finals Final
July 22 – San José
 1A  Venezuela 4  
 2B  El Salvador 3  
 
July 23 – San José
     1A  Venezuela 13
   1B  Colombia 6
July 22 – San José
 1B  Colombia 6
 2A  Panama 5  

Mexico Mexico[edit]

The tournament took place in Mexicali, Baja California on July 24–30.[16]

Pool A
City LL Organization Record
Baja California Mexicali, Baja California Segura Social 6–0
Nuevo León Monterrey, Nuevo León Mitras 5–1
Mexico City Mexico, Distrito Federal Olmeca 4–2
Coahuila Torreón, Coahuila Sertoma 3–3
Chihuahua (state) Nuevo Casas Grandes, Chihuahua Paquime 2–4
Jalisco Ocotlán, Jalisco Ocotlan 1–5
Tamaulipas Matamoros, Tamaulipas Villa Del Refugio 0–6
Pool B
City LL Organization Record
Tamaulipas Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas Oriente 6–0
Nuevo León Guadalupe, Nuevo León Epitacia Mala Torres 5–1
Baja California Tijuana, Baja California Municipal De Tujuana 4–2
Chihuahua (state) Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua Satellite 2–4
Coahuila Saltillo, Coahuila Saltillo 2–4
Jalisco Guadalajara, Jalisco Guadalajara Sutaj 1–5
Mexico City Mexico, Distrito Federal Maya 1–5
Semi-finals Final
July 30 – Mexicali
 1A Baja California Mexicali 12  
 2B Nuevo León Guadalupe 3  
 
July 30 – Mexicali
     1A Baja California Mexicali 4
   2A Nuevo León Monterrey 1
July 30 – Mexicali
 1B Tamaulipas Nuevo Laredo 2
 2A Nuevo León Monterrey 4  

Middle East-Africa[edit]

The tournament took place in Kutno, Poland on July 13–16.[17]

Country City LL Organization Record
 Saudi Arabia Dhahran Arabian American 5–0
 Uganda Kampala Rev. John Foundation 3–2
 Kuwait Kuwait City Kuwait 1–3
 South Africa Durban Kwa Zulu Natal BB Association 1–3
 United Arab Emirates Dubai Dubai 1–3
Final
   
July 15 - Kutno
  Saudi Arabia  4
  Uganda[1]  6

Notes[edit]

  • 1 Kampala, Uganda won the Middle East-Africa Region, but were denied visas to enter the United States.[18][19] In order to maintain the 16-team field in the Little League World Series, Little League invited the runners-up of the MEA Region, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, to participate.[20]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Great Lakes Regional Tournament". Littleleague.org. Retrieved August 14, 2011. 
  2. ^ "Mid-Atlantic Regional Tournament". Littleleague.org. Retrieved August 14, 2011. 
  3. ^ "Midwest Regional Tournament". Littleleague.org. Retrieved August 14, 2011. 
  4. ^ "New England Regional Tournament". Littleleague.org. Retrieved August 14, 2011. 
  5. ^ "Northwest Regional Tournament". Littleleague.org. Retrieved August 14, 2011. 
  6. ^ "Southeast Regional Tournament". Littleleague.org. Retrieved August 14, 2011. 
  7. ^ "Southwest Regional Tournament". Littleleague.org. Retrieved August 14, 2011. 
  8. ^ "West Regional Tournament". Littleleague.org. Retrieved August 14, 2011. 
  9. ^ "Asia-Pacific Regional Tournament". Littleleague.org. Retrieved August 14, 2011. 
  10. ^ "Canadian Regional Tournament". Littleleague.org. Retrieved August 14, 2011. 
  11. ^ "Caribbean Regional Tournament". Littleleague.org. Retrieved August 14, 2011. 
  12. ^ "Europe Regional Tournament". Littleleague.org. Retrieved August 14, 2011. 
  13. ^ Harris, Kent (July 24, 2011). "KMC team disqualified from Little League tournament". Stripes.com. Retrieved July 25, 2011. 
  14. ^ "Japan Regional Tournament". Littleleague.org. Retrieved August 14, 2011. 
  15. ^ "Latin American Regional Tournament". Littleleague.org. Retrieved August 14, 2011. 
  16. ^ "Mexico Regional Tournament". Littleleague.org. Retrieved August 14, 2011. 
  17. ^ "MEA Regional Tournament". Littleleague.org. Retrieved August 14, 2011. 
  18. ^ Communications Division (July 22, 2011). "Visa Applications Denied for Little League Team from Uganda". Little League. Retrieved July 30, 2011. 
  19. ^ Zinser, Lynn (July 29, 2011). "No Little League World Series for Ugandan Team". The New York Times. Retrieved July 31, 2011. [dead link]
  20. ^ Communications Division. "Arabian-American Little League of Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, to Receive Berth in Little League Baseball World Series". Little League. Retrieved August 2, 2011.