Little League World Series (Southeast Region)

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Southeast Region
Most recent season or competition:
2017 Little League World Series qualification
Formerly South Region (1957–2000)
Sport Baseball
Founded 2001
No. of teams 8
Country  United States
Most recent
champion(s)
North Carolina North State Little League, Greenville, North Carolina
Most titles  Georgia (5)
Official website Little League Baseball & Softball Southeast Region Headquarters

The Southeast 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 South 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 Southern Region was split into the Southeast and Southwest Regions.

The Southeast Region is made up of eight southeastern states.

Regional headquarters have been located in Warner Robins, Georgia since 2008. The regional tournament moved to Warner Robins in 2010. Prior to 2010, St. Petersburg, Florida hosted the tournament.

Regional championship[edit]

The year's winner is indicated in green. Columbus in 2006 and Warner Robins in 2007 went on to become the World Series champions.

Year Alabama Florida Georgia North Carolina South Carolina Tennessee Virginia West Virginia
2001 Joined region
in 2002
Apopka National LL
Apopka
Sandy Springs American LL
Sandy Springs
Matthews
National LL
Matthews
Northwood National LL
Greenville
Joined region
in 2002
Vienna American LL
Vienna
Fairmont
American LL
Fairmont
2002 Phenix City
National LL
Phenix City
Braden River LL
Bradenton
Columbus
American LL
Columbus
Southwest Forsyth LL
Clemmons
Hillbrook LL
Spartanburg
Morristown LL
Morristown
Mechanicsville American LL
Bridgewater
Charlestown Ranson LL
Charlestown
2003 Russellville LL
Russellville
East Boynton
Beach LL
Boynton Beach
Buckhead LL
Atlanta
Wilmington LL
Wilmington
Gaffney American LL
Gaffney
Johnson City National LL
Johnson City
West Springfield American LL
Springfield
Hedgesville LL
Hedgesville
2004 Westside LL
Mobile
Cocoa LL
Cocoa
Columbus
Northern LL
Columbus
Morganton LL
Morganton
TCFM Yellow Jackets LL
Fort Mill
Donelson
National LL
Nashville
Tuckahoe LL
Richmond
Ripley LL
Ripley
2005 Phenix City
National LL
Phenix City
Maitland LL
Maitland
Buckhead LL
Atlanta
Southwest
Forsyth LL
Clemmons
Northwood American LL
Greenville
Columbia
American LL
Columbia
West Springfield American LL
Springfield
Barboursville LL
Barboursville
2006 Cottage Hill LL
Mobile
Greater Dunedin LL
Dunedin
Columbus
Northern LL
Columbus
Tar Heel LL
Greenville
TCFM Yellow Jackets LL
Fort Mill
Columbia
American LL
Columbia
Tuckahoe LL
Richmond
Bridgeport LL
Inwood
2007 Westside LL
Mobile
North Palm
Beach LL
North Palm Beach
Warner Robins American LL
Warner Robins
North Durham LL
Durham
Wren LL
Pidemont
Tullahoma
American LL
Tullahoma
SYA East LL
Centreville
South Berkeley LL
Inwood
2008 Westside LL
Mobile
Citrus Park LL
Tampa
Warner Robins American LL
Warner Robins
Wilmington LL
Wilmington
TCFM Yellow Jackets LL
Fort Mill
Tullahoma
National LL
Tullahoma
Tuckahoe
American LL
Richmond
Hurricane LL
Hurricane
2009 Jackson LL
Jackson
Rockledge LL
Rockledge
Warner Robins American LL
Warner Robins
Coulwood
Oakdale LL
Charlotte
Greenwood/Abbeville LL
Greenwood
Tullahoma
National LL
Tullahoma
Chantilly
American LL
Chantilly
Hurricane LL
Hurricane
2010 Huntsville
Eastern LL
Huntsville
Viera/Suntree LL
Melbourne
Columbus
Northern LL
Columbus
Winston-Salem National LL
Winston-Salem
Carolina Forest Community Center LL
Myrtle Beach
Spring Hill LL
Spring Hill
S Y A East LL
Centreville
Ripley LL
Ripley
2011 Mobile
Westside LL
Huntsville
New Tampa LL
Tampa
Warner Robins American LL
Warner Robins
Tar Heel LL
Greenville
Irmo LL
Irmo
Goodlettsville LL
Goodlettsville
Reston National LL
Reston
Fairmont LL
Fairmont
2012 Auburn Beehive LL
Auburn
Plant City LL
Plant City
Warner Robins American West LL
Warner Robins
Tar Heel LL
Greenville
Irmo LL
Irmo
Goodlettsville Baseball LL
Goodlettsville
Great Falls LL
Great Falls
Shinnston LL
Shinnston
2013 Jackson LL
Jackson
Martin County
North LL
Stuart-Palm City
Columbus
Northern LL
Columbus
Myers Park/Trinity LL
Charlotte
Northwood LL
Taylors
South Nashville LL
Nashville
Tuckahoe American LL
Richmond
Barboursville LL
Barboursville
2014 Jackson LL
Jackson
South Brandon LL
Brandon
Columbus
Northern LL
Columbus[a]
Southwest Forsyth LL
Clemmons
Northwood LL
Taylors
South Nashville LL
Nashville
Tuckahoe American LL
Richmond
Bridgeport LL
Bridgeport
2015 Phenix City
American LL
Phenix City
Keystone LL
Tampa
Peachtree City American LL
Peachtree City
Wilson City LL
Wilson
Northwood LL
Taylors
South Nashville
American LL
Nashville
Mechanicsville National LL
Mechanicsville
Bridgeport LL
Bridgeport
2016 Huntsville American LL
Huntsville
Palm Beach County LL
North Palm Beach
Peachtree City American LL
Peachtree City
Bull City LL
Durham
Irmo LL
Irmo
Goodlettsville Baseball LL
Goodlettsville
Vienna American LL
Vienna
Bridgeport LL
Bridgeport
2017 Ladonia Youth Sports LL
Phenix City
West Boynton Beach LL
Boyton Beach
Peachtree City National LL
Peachtree City
North State LL
Greenville
Greenville LL
Greenville
Goodlettsville Baseball LL
Goodlettsville
Fort Hunt LL
Fort Hunt
Logan Civic LL
Logan

LLWS results[edit]

As of the 2017 Little League World Series.

Year Champion City LLWS Record
2001 Apopka National LL Florida Apopka Runner-up 4–2
2002 Southwest Forsyth LL North Carolina Clemmons Group Stage 0–3
2003 East Boynton Beach LL Florida Boynton Beach Runner-up 4–2
2004 Morganton LL North Carolina Morganton US Semifinal 2–2
2005 Maitland LL Florida Maitland US Semifinal 2–2
2006 Northern LL Georgia (U.S. state) Columbus Champions 5–1
2007 Warner Robins American LL Georgia (U.S. state) Warner Robins Champions 5–1
2008 Citrus Park LL Florida Tampa US Semifinal 2–2
2009 Warner Robins American LL Georgia (U.S. state) Warner Robins US Semifinal 3–1
2010 Columbus Northern LL Georgia (U.S. state) Columbus Group Stage 2–2
2011 Warner Robins American LL Georgia (U.S. state) Warner Robins Round 3 2–2
2012 Goodlettsville Baseball LL Tennessee Goodlettsville Runner-up 4–1
2013 South Nashville LL Tennessee Nashville Round 3 2–2
2014 South Nashville LL Tennessee Nashville Round 1 1–2
2015 Northwood LL South Carolina Taylors Round 2 1–2
2016 Goodlettsville Baseball LL Tennessee Goodlettsville 4th Place 4–3
2017 North State LL North Carolina Greenville 4th place 3–2

Results by state[edit]

As of the 2017 Little League World Series.

State Southeast
Championships
Record
in LLWS
PCT
 Georgia 5 17–7 .667
 Florida 4 12–8 .600
 Tennessee 4 11–8 .578
 North Carolina 3 5–7 .417
 South Carolina 1 1–2 .333
 Alabama 0 0–0
 Virginia 0 0–0
 West Virginia 0 0–0
Total 17 46–32 .590

Format[edit]

As with all other regions, the tournament offers a "modified double elimination" format. Teams compete in a double-elimination tournament format with the exception of the championship game, which is a one-game, "winner take all," game regardless of the number of previous tournament losses by either team.

Notes[edit]

  • ^a Peachtree City National Little League of Peachtree City, Georgia won the Georgia state tournament by defeating Columbus Northern. However, Peachtree City was stripped of their title by virtue of having twelve players on the team whose league age was 12 years old. Little League regulations state that the maximum number for a team is eight.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Paluska, Mike (August 4, 2014). "Metro Atlanta Little League team stripped of state championship". cbs46.com. WGCL-TV Atlanta. Retrieved August 5, 2014. 

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