2010 Little League World Series qualification

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2010 Little League World Series qualification
United States
Great Lakes Winner Ohio Hamilton, Ohio
Mid-Atlantic Winner New Jersey Toms River, New Jersey
Midwest Winner Minnesota Plymouth, Minnesota
New England Winner Connecticut Fairfield, Connecticut
Northwest Winner Washington (state) Auburn, Washington
Southeast Winner Georgia (U.S. state) Columbus, Georgia
Southwest Winner Texas Pearland, Texas
West Winner Hawaii Waipahu, Hawaii
International
Asia-Pacific Winner Chinese Taipei Kaohsiung, Chinese Taipei (Taiwan)
Canada Winner Canada Vancouver, British Columbia
Caribbean Winner Puerto Rico Manatí, Puerto Rico
Europe Winner Germany Ramstein Air Base, Germany
Japan Winner Japan Edogawa, Tokyo
Latin America Winner Panama Chitré, Panama
Mexico Winner Mexico Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas
Middle East-Africa Winner Saudi Arabia Dhahran, Saudi Arabia
Tournaments
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2011 →

Qualification for the 2010 Little League World Series took place in eight United States regions and eight international regions from June through August 2010.

United States[edit]

Great Lakes[edit]

The tournament took place in Indianapolis, Indiana on August 6–14.

State City LL Organization Record
 Ohio Hamilton West Side 3–1
 Illinois Moline Moline National 3–1
 Wisconsin Burlington Burlington 2–2
 Indiana Terre Haute Terre Haute North 2–2
 Kentucky Owensboro Owensboro Southern 1–3
 Michigan Richmond Richmond 1–3
Semi-finals Final
August 11 – Indianapolis
 1  Ohio 6  
 4  Indiana 1  
 
August 14 – Indianapolis
     1  Ohio 4
   2  Illinois 0
August 11 – Indianapolis
 2  Illinois 6
 3  Wisconsin 5  

Mid-Atlantic[edit]

The tournament took place in Bristol, Connecticut on August 6–16.

State City LL Organization Record
 Pennsylvania Newtown Council Rock Newtown 4–0
 New Jersey Toms River Toms River National 3–1
 New York Stony Point Stony Point 3–1
 Maryland Brunswick Railroaders 2–2
 Delaware Wilmington Brandywine 0–4
 Washington, D.C. Washington, D.C. Capitol City 0–4
Semi-finals Final
August 13 – Bristol
 1  Pennsylvania 13  
 4  Maryland 3  
 
August 16 – Bristol
     1  Pennsylvania 5
   2  New Jersey 8
August 13 – Bristol
 2  New Jersey 13
 3  New York 5  

Midwest[edit]

The tournament took place in Indianapolis, Indiana on August 7–14.

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

State City LL Organization Record
 Minnesota Plymouth Plymouth/New Hope 4–0
 Iowa Des Moines Grandview 3–1
 South Dakota Rapid City Canyon Lake 3–1
 Missouri Columbia Daniel Boone American 2–2
 Nebraska Kearney Kearney 0–4
 Kansas Riverton Riverton Area 0–4
Semi-finals Final
August 12 – Indianapolis
 1  Minnesota 15  
 4  Missouri 2  
 
August 14 – Indianapolis
     1  Minnesota 8
   3  South Dakota 3
August 12 – Indianapolis
 2  Iowa 2
 3  South Dakota 7  

New England[edit]

The tournament took place in Bristol, Connecticut on August 6–14.

State City LL Organization Record
 Rhode Island Cumberland Cumberland National 4–0
 Connecticut Fairfield Fairfield American 3–1
 New Hampshire Portsmouth Portsmouth 2–2
 Vermont Shelburne Shelburne 1–3
 Maine Bangor Bangor East 1–3
 Massachusetts Southborough Southborough Youth 1–3
Semi-finals Final
August 12 – Bristol
 1  Rhode Island 5  
 4  Vermont 4  
 
August 14 – Bristol
     1  Rhode Island 0
   2  Connecticut 1
August 12 – Bristol
 2  Connecticut 10
 3  New Hampshire 8  

Northwest[edit]

The tournament took place in San Bernardino, California on August 6–14.

State City LL Organization Record
 Washington Auburn Auburn 4–0
 Oregon Beaverton Murrayhill 3–1
 Idaho Boise North Boise 3–1
 Montana Billings Boulder Arrowhead 1–3
 Wyoming Laramie Laramie 1–3
 Alaska Juneau Gastineau Channel 0–4
Semi-finals Final
August 12 – San Bernardino
 1  Washington 9  
 4  Montana 2  
 
August 14 – San Bernardino
     1  Washington 13
   3  Idaho 3
August 12 – San Bernardino
 2  Oregon 3
 3  Idaho 6  

Southeast[edit]

The tournament took place in Warner Robins, Georgia on August 7–13.

Pool A
State City LL Organization Record
 Florida Melbourne Viera/Suntree 3–0
 West Virginia Ripley Ripley 2–1
 Virginia Centreville SYA East 1–2
 Tennessee Spring Hill Spring Hill 0–3
Pool B
State City LL Organization Record
 Georgia Columbus Columbus Northern 3–0
 North Carolina Winston-Salem Winston-Salem National 2–1
 Alabama Huntsville Huntsville Eastern 1–2
 South Carolina Carolina Forest Carolina Forest 0–3
Semi-finals Final
August 11 – Warner Robins
 1A  Florida 3  
 2B  North Carolina 2  
 
August 13 – Warner Robins
     1A  Florida 2
   1B  Georgia 9
August 11 – Warner Robins
 1B  Georgia 9
 2A  West Virginia 3  

Southwest[edit]

The tournament took place in Waco, Texas on August 6–12.

Pool A
State City LL Organization Record
 Arkansas Arkadelphia Arkadelphia 3–0
 Colorado Grand Mesa Orchard Mesa 2–1
 New Mexico Albuquerque Altamont 1–2
 Oklahoma Tulsa Tulsa American 0–3
Pool B
State City LL Organization Record
 Texas East Pearland Pearland White 3–0
 Texas West Eagle Pass Eagle Pass American 2–1
 Louisiana Ruston Lincoln Parish 1–2
 Mississippi Ocean Springs Ocean Springs 0–3
Semi-finals Final
August 10– Waco
 1A  Arkansas 4  
 2B  Texas West 5  
 
August 12 – Waco
     2B  Texas West 3
   1B  Texas East 5
August 10 – Waco
 1B  Texas East 10
 2A  Colorado 0  

West[edit]

The tournament took place in San Bernardino, California on August 6–15.

State City LL Organization Record
 Hawaii Waipahu Waipio 3–1
California Northern California Napa Napa National 3–1
California Southern California Huntington Beach Ocean View 3–1
 Arizona Scottsdale North Scottsdale 1–3
 Utah Washington Washington 1–3
 Nevada Las Vegas, Nevada Mountain Ridge 1–3
Semi-finals Final
August 13 – San Bernardino
 1  Hawaii 12  
 4  Arizona 2  
 
August 15 – San Bernardino
     1  Hawaii 4
   3 California Southern California 1
August 13 – San Bernardino
 2 California Northern California 2
 3 California Southern California 5  

International[edit]

Asia-Pacific[edit]

The tournament took place in Surabaya, Indonesia on July 10–15.

Pool A
Country City LL Organization Record
Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei (Taiwan)1 Kaohsiung Fu-Hsing 4–0
 South Korea Seoul Seoul 3–1
 Thailand Chiang Mai Sanuk 1–3
 Guam Dededo Northern All-Stars 1–3
 Indonesia Jakarta Indonesia 1–3
Pool B
Country City LL Organization Record
 Philippines Makati City ILLAM Central 4–0
 Hong Kong Hong Kong Hong Kong 3–1
 New Zealand Auckland Bayside Westhaven 2–2
 Singapore Singapore Singapore 1–3
 Vietnam Hanoi Hanoi 0–4
Final
   
July 15 – Surabaya
 Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei  10
 Philippines Philippines  0

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 August 7–14.

Province City LL Organization Record
 British Columbia Vancouver Little Mountain 5–0
 Ontario Ancaster Ancaster Township* 3–2
 Alberta Calgary Rocky Mountain 3–2
 Ontario Windsor Windsor South 3–2
 Nova Scotia Glace Bay Glace Bay 1–4
 Quebec Montreal NDG Minor 0–5

(*): host league

Semi-finals Final
August 13 – Ancaster
 1  British Columbia 7  
 4  Ontario (Windsor) 1  
 
August 14 – Ancaster
     1  British Columbia 13
   2  Ontario (Ancaster) 1
August 13 – Ancaster
 3  Alberta 2
 2  Ontario (Ancaster) 8  

Caribbean[edit]

The tournament took place in Humacao, Puerto Rico on July 3–10.

Pool A
Country City LL Organization Record
 Aruba Oranjestad Aruba North 4–0
 Puerto Rico Manatí Jose Rodriguez 3–1
 U.S. Virgin Islands St. Croix Elmo Plaskett East 2–2
 Sint Maarten St. Maarten St. Maarten 1–3
 Bonaire Kralendijk Bonaire 0–4
Pool B
Country City LL Organization Record
 Puerto Rico Humacao Humacao 4–0
 Dominican Republic Santo Domingo Virgilio Jimenez 3–1
 Curaçao Willemstad Pariba 2–2
 U.S. Virgin Islands St. Thomas Elrod Hendricks West 1–3
 Cayman Islands George Town Grand Cayman Island 0–4
Semi-finals Final
July 9 – Humacao
 1B  Puerto Rico (Humacao) 1  
 2A  Puerto Rico (Manatí) 6  
 
July 10 – Humacao
     2A  Puerto Rico (Manatí) 8
   1A  Aruba 2
July 9 – Humacao
 1A  Aruba 5
 2B  Dominican Republic 2  

Europe[edit]

The tournament took place in Kutno, Poland on July 27–August 4. [1]

Pool A
Country City LL Organization Record
 Czech Republic Brno South Moravia 3–1
 Ukraine Kirovohrad Kirovohrad Center 3–1
 Germany-US Ramstein AFB KMC American 3–1
 Belarus Brest Brest Zubrs 1–3
 Moldova Tiraspol Kvint 0–4
Pool B
Country City LL Organization Record
 Italy Friuli–Venezia Giulia Friuli–Venezia Giulia 5–0
 Netherlands Haarlem Kennemerland 4–1
 England London London Youth Area Baseball 3–2
 Belgium Antwerp Flanders East 2–3
 Lithuania Vilnius Vilnius 1–4
 Poland Slask Zory/Jastrzebie/Rybnik 0–5
Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                   
August 1 – Kutno        
 3A  Germany-US  10
August 2 – Kutno
 2B  Netherlands  1  
 3A  Germany-US  15
August 1 – Kutno
     1A  Czech Republic  4  
 4B  Belgium  3
August 3 – Kutno
 1A  Czech Republic  5  
 3A  Germany-US  4
August 1 – Kutno    
   1B  Italy  0
 3B  England  10
August 2 – Kutno
 2A  Ukraine  0  
 3B  England  2
August 1 – Kutno
     1B  Italy  9  
 4A  Belarus  2
 1B  Italy  14  
 

Japan Japan[edit]

Two rounds each were played on July 3 and 10 to determine a winner.

Participating teams
Prefecture City LL Organization
 Aichi Toyota Toyota
 Aomori Aomori Hirosaki Aomori
 Chiba Chiba Chiba
 Ehime Iyo Ehime Konan
 Fukushima Fukushima Fukushima
 Hiroshima Hiroshima Hiroshima Kita
 Hokkaido Asahikawa Asahikawa Taisetsu
 Hyōgo Harima Hyōgo Harima
 Kanagawa Hiratsuka Hiratsuka
 Kumamoto Kumamoto Kumamoto Chuo
 Nagano Iida Iida
 Osaka Daitō Daitō
 Saitama Kawaguchi Kawaguchi
 Shizuoka Hamamatsu Hamamatsu Minami
 Tokyo Edogawa Edogawa Minami
 Tokyo Tokyo Tokyo Nakano
Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                           
July 3 – Tokyo            
 Saitama Prefecture Kawaguchi  3
July 3 – Tokyo
 Nagano Prefecture Iida  4  
 Nagano Prefecture Iida  4
July 3 – Tokyo
   Tokyo Edogawa Minami  25  
 Tokyo Edogawa Minami  9
July 10 – Tokyo
 Tokyo Tokyo Nakano  3  
 Tokyo Edogawa Minami  2
July 3 – Tokyo
   Shizuoka Prefecture Hamamatsu Minami  0  
 Hokkaido Asahikawa Taisetsu  0
July 3 – Tokyo
 Shizuoka Prefecture Hamamatsu Minami  14  
 Shizuoka Prefecture Hamamatsu Minami  11
July 3 – Tokyo
   Kanagawa Prefecture Hiratsuka  1  
 Hiroshima Prefecture Hiroshima Kita  3
July 10 – Tokyo
 Kanagawa Prefecture Hiratsuka  16  
 Tokyo Edogawa Minami  8
July 3 – Tokyo
   Aomori Prefecture Aomori Hirosaki  4
 Chiba Prefecture Chiba City  17
July 3 – Tokyo
 Aichi Prefecture Toyota  2  
 Chiba Prefecture Chiba City  2
July 3 – Tokyo
   Aomori Prefecture Aomori Hirosaki  7  
 Aomori Prefecture Aomori Hirosaki  3
July 10 – Tokyo
 Kumamoto Prefecture Kumamoto Chuo  2  
 Aomori Prefecture Aomori Hirosaki  5
July 3 – Tokyo
   Osaka Prefecture Daitō  4  
 Osaka Prefecture Daitō  10
July 3 – Tokyo
 Ehime Prefecture Ehime Konan  4  
 Osaka Prefecture Daitō  5
July 3 – Tokyo
   Fukushima Prefecture Fukushima  4  
 Fukushima Prefecture Fukushima  6
 Hyōgo Prefecture Hyōgo Harima  1  

Latin America[edit]

The tournament took place in Guatemala City on July 25–31.

Pool A
Country City LL Organization Record
 Colombia Cartagena Falcon 3–0
 El Salvador San Salvador FESA 2–1
 Guatemala Guatemala City Pequena Liga Javier 1–2
 Guatemala Guatemala City Pequena Liga Beisbol 0–3
Pool B
Country City LL Organization Record
 Panama Chitré Club de Leones de Chitré 3–0
 Venezuela Bolivar CVG Ferominera 2–1
 Nicaragua Chinandega Chinandega 1–2
 Costa Rica Santo Domingo Santo Domingo De Heredia 0–3
Semi-finals Final
July 30 – Guatemala City
 2B  Venezuela 3  
 1A  Colombia 8  
 
July 31 – Guatemala City
     1A  Colombia 2
   1B  Panama 8
July 30 – Guatemala City
 2A  El Salvador 2
 1B  Panama 3  

Mexico Mexico[edit]

The tournament took place in Monterrey on July 20–29. The 2010 tournament is named "Ramiro Treviño".[1]

Phase 1[edit]

Pool A
City LL Organization Record
Sonora Guaymas, Sonora Guaymas Sector Pesca 4–1
Veracruz Boca del Río, Veracruz Beto Avila 3–2
Tamaulipas Matamoros, Tamaulipas Villa Del Refugio 3–2
Chihuahua (state) Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua El Granjero 3–2
Nuevo León San Nicolás de los Garza, Nuevo León San Nicolás 2–3
Coahuila Saltillo, Coahuila Saltillo 0–5
Pool B
City LL Organization Record
Tamaulipas Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas Oriente 5–0
Chihuahua (state) Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua Satellite 3–2
Baja California (state) Mexicali, Baja California Felix Arce 3–2
Nuevo León San Nicolás de los Garza, Nuevo León Las Puentes 3–2
Jalisco Guadalajara, Jalisco Guadalajara Sutaj 1–4
Mexico City Mexico, Distrito Federal Maya 0–5

Phase 2[edit]

  First Round     Second Round     Semi-Finals     Finals
                                       
      1A  Guaymas 3  
  3A  Matamoros 1     2B  Ciudad Juárez 6    
  2B  Ciudad Juárez 5         2B  Ciudad Juárez 4  
      1B  Nuevo Laredo 3    
    1B  Nuevo Laredo 1          
  3B  Mexicali 7     3B  Mexicali 0        
  2A  Boca del Río 0         2B  Ciudad Juárez 0 1
      1B  Nuevo Laredo 7 3
         
  3A  Matamoros 1        
  2A  Boca del Río 5         3B  Mexicali 2    
      2A  Boca del Río 1     1B  Nuevo Laredo 4  
      3B  Mexicali 9  
  1A  Guaymas 6    
  3B  Mexicali 7  

Middle East-Africa[edit]

The tournament took place in Kutno, Poland on July 21–24.

Country City LL Organization Record
 Saudi Arabia Dhahran Arabian American 3–1
 Kuwait Kuwait City Kuwait 3–1
 Uganda Kampala Rev. John Foundation 3–1
 United Arab Emirates Dubai Dubai 1–3
 South Africa Cape Town Cape Town 0–4
Final
   
July 24 - Kutno
  Kuwait  0
  Saudi Arabia  12

References[edit]

2010 Little League Baseball Tournament Schedule

  1. ^ "Abren la serie Nacional de Ligas Pequeñas". Nuevo León en Línea. Retrieved July 24, 2010.