Little League World Series (Northwest Region)

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Northwest Region
Most recent season or competition:
2014 Little League World Series qualification
Formerly West Region (1957–2000)
Sport Baseball
Founded 2001
No. of teams 6
Country  United States
Most recent champion(s) Washington (state) Lynnwood Pacific Little League, Lynnwood, Washington
Most titles  Washington (8)
Official website Little League Baseball Western Region

The Northwest Region is one of eight United States regions that currently send teams to the Little League World Series, the largest youth baseball competition in the world. The region's participation in the LLWS dates back to 1957, when it was known as the West Region. However, when the LLWS was expanded in 2001 from eight teams (four U.S. teams and four "International" teams from the rest of the world) to 16 teams (eight U.S. and eight International), the Western Region was split into the Northwest and West Regions.

The Northwest Region is made up of six states.

Hawaii was a member of the region from 2002–2006. During that time, Wyoming was in the West Region. Colorado was a member in 2001, but has since been put into the Southwest Region.

Northwest Regional Championship[edit]

The list below lists each state's participant in the Northwest Little League Region Tournament. That year's winner is indicated in green.

Year Alaska Colorado Hawaii Idaho Montana Oregon Washington Wyoming
2001 Gastineau Channel
East LL
Juneau
Academy LL
Colorado Springs
Joined region
in 2002
Coeur d'Alene LL
Coeur d'Alene
Billings Big Sky LL
Billings
West Salem LL
Salem
Bainbridge Island LL
Bainbridge Island
Laramie LL
Laramie
2002 Gastineau Channel
East LL
Juneau
Left for
Southwest Region
Waipio LL
Ewa Pearl City
Coeur d'Alene LL
Coeur d'Alene
Mount Sentinel LL
Missoula
Parrish LL
Salem
Mill Creek LL
Mill Creek
Left for
West Region
2003 Dimond-West LL
Anchorage
Pearl City LL
Ewa Pearl City
East Boise
American LL
Boise
Boulder-
Arrowhead LL
Billings
Murrayhill LL
Beaverton
Richland National LL
Richland
2004 Dimond-West LL
Anchorage
Kihei LL
Ewa Beach
West Valley LL
Eagle
Missoula
Southside LL
Missoula
Murrayhill LL
Beaverton
Redmond North LL
Redmond
2005 Dimond-West LL
Anchorage
West Oahu LL
Ewa Beach
Northwest Ada LL
Boise
Heights National LL
Billings
Murrayhill LL
Beaverton
Chehalis LL
Chehalis
2006 Dimond-West LL
Anchorage
Left for
West Region
North Boise LL
Boise
Missoula
Southside LL
Missoula
Murrayhill LL
Beaverton
Kent LL
Kent
Laramie LL
Laramie
2007 Dimond-West LL
Anchorage
North Boise LL
Boise
Missoula
Southside LL
Missoula
Lake Oswego LL
Lake Oswego
Kent LL
Kent
Laramie LL
Laramie
2008 Dimond-West LL
Anchorage
North Boise LL
Boise
Boulder-
Arrowhead LL
Billings
Murrayhill LL
Beaverton
Mill Creek LL
Mill Creek
Laramie LL
Laramie
2009 Sitka LL
Sitka
Post Falls LL
Post Falls
Boulder-
Arrowhead LL
Billings
Parrish LL
Salem
Mercer Island LL
Mercer Island
Laramie LL
Laramie
2010 Gastineau
Channel LL
Juneau
North Boise LL
Boise
Boulder-
Arrowhead LL
Billings
Murrayhill LL
Beaverton
Auburn LL
Auburn
Laramie LL
Laramie
2011 Abbott-o-
Rabbit LL
Anchorage
Lewiston LL
Lewiston
Big Sky LL
Billings
Bend South LL
Bend
North Bothell LL
Bothell
Laramie LL
Laramie
2012 Gastineau Channel LL
Juneau
Post Falls LL
Post Falls
Boulder-
Arrowhead LL
Billings
Gresham National LL
Gresham
Mercer Island LL
Mercer Island
Cody LL
Cody
2013 Abbott-o-
Rabbit LL
Anchorage
Coeur d'Alene LL
Coeur d'Alene
Big Sky LL
Billings
Lake Oswego LL
Lake Oswego
Eastlake LL
Sammamish
Cody LL
Cody
2014 Knik LL
Eagle River
Lewiston LL
Lewiston
Boulder-
Arrowhead LL
Billings
Bend North LL
Bend
Lynnwood Pacific LL
Lynnwood
Cody LL
Cody

LLWS results[edit]

As of the 2014 Little League World Series.

Year Champion City LLWS Record
2001 Bainbridge Island LL Washington (state) Bainbridge Island Group Stage 1–2
2002 Waipio LL Hawaii Waipio Group Stage 2–1
2003 National LL Washington (state) Richland Group Stage 0–3
2004 North LL Washington (state) Redmond Group Stage 1–2
2005 Oahu LL Hawaii Ewa Beach Champions 6–0
2006 Murrayhill LL Oregon Beaverton Third Place (tie) 3–2
2007 Lake Oswego LL Oregon Lake Oswego US Semifinal 2–2
2008 Mill Creek LL Washington (state) Mill Creek US Semifinal 2–2
2009 Mercer Island LL Washington (state) Mercer Island Group Stage 0–3
2010 Auburn LL Washington (state) Auburn Group Stage 3–2
2011 Big Sky LL Montana Billings Third Place (tie) 3–1
2012 Gresham National LL Oregon Gresham Round 1 0–3
2013 Eastlake LL Washington (state) Sammamish US Semifinal 3–2
2014 Lynnwood Pacific LL Washington (state) Lynnwood Round 2 1–2

Results by state[edit]

As of the 2014 Little League World Series. Italics indicates the state is no longer a member of the Northwest Region.

State Northwest
Championships
Record
in LLWS
PCT
Washington (state) Washington 8 11–18 .379
Oregon Oregon 3 5–7 .417
Hawaii Hawaii 2 8–1 .889
Montana Montana 1 3–1 .750
Alaska Alaska 0 0–0
Idaho Idaho 0 0–0
Wyoming Wyoming 0 0–0
Colorado Colorado 0 0-0
Total 14 27–27 .500

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