2012 Little League World Series qualification

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2012 Little League World Series qualification
United States
Great Lakes Winner Indiana New Castle, Indiana
Mid-Atlantic Winner New Jersey Parsippany, New Jersey
Midwest Winner Nebraska Kearney, Nebraska
New England Winner Connecticut Fairfield, Connecticut
Northwest Winner Oregon Gresham, Oregon
Southeast Winner Tennessee Goodlettsville, Tennessee
Southwest Winner Texas San Antonio, Texas
West Winner California Petaluma, California
International
Asia-Pacific Winner Chinese Taipei Taoyuan, Taiwan (Chinese Taipei)
Canada Winner Canada Vancouver, British Columbia
Caribbean Winner Curaçao Willemstad, Curaçao
Europe Winner Germany Ramstein, Germany
Japan Winner Japan Tokyo
Latin America Winner Panama Aguadulce, Panama
Mexico Winner Mexico Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas
Middle East-Africa Winner Uganda Lugazi, Uganda
Tournaments
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Qualification for the 2012 Little League World Series took place in eight United States regions and eight international regions from June through August 2012.

United States[edit]

Great Lakes[edit]

The tournament took place in Indianapolis on August 3–10.[1]

Note: Michigan fell to fifth place based on a tiebreaker of runs scored against divided by innings played.[2]

State City LL Organization Record
 Wisconsin Eau Claire Eau Claire National 3–1
 Kentucky Bowling Green Warren County South 2–2
 Illinois Streator Streator 2–2
 Indiana New Castle New Castle 2–2
 Michigan Saginaw North Saginaw Township 2–2
 Ohio Hamilton Hamilton Westside 1–3
Semi-finals Final
August 8 – Indianapolis
 4  Indiana 2  
 1  Wisconsin 1  
 
August 10 – Indianapolis
     4  Indiana 6
   2  Kentucky 5
August 8 – Indianapolis
 3  Illinois 3
 2  Kentucky 4  

Mid-Atlantic[edit]

The tournament took place in Bristol, Connecticut on August 3–12.[3]

State City LL Organization Record
 Delaware Newark Newark National 3–1
 New Jersey Parsippany Par-Troy East 3–1
 Pennsylvania Collier Collier Township Athletic Association 2–2
 Maryland Salisbury West Salisbury 2–2
 New York Stony Point Stony Point 1–3
 Washington, D.C. Washington, D.C. Northwest Washington 1–3
Semi-finals Final
August 10 – Bristol
 4  Maryland 0  
 1  Delaware 6  
 
August 12 – Bristol
     1  Delaware 0
   2  New Jersey 1
August 10 – Bristol
 3  Pennsylvania 4
 2  New Jersey 9  

Midwest[edit]

The tournament took place in Indianapolis on August 4–11.[4]

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

State City LL Organization Record
 Nebraska Kearney Kearney 4–0
 South Dakota Rapid City Canyon Lake 3–1
 Minnesota Robbinsdale Robbinsdale 3–1
 Missouri De Soto De Soto 1–3
 Iowa Sioux City Sioux City Westside 1–3
 Kansas Girard Girard 0–4
Semi-finals Final
August 9 – Indianapolis
 4  Missouri 3  
 1  Nebraska 5  
 
August 11 – Indianapolis
     1  Nebraska 10
   2  South Dakota 4
August 9 – Indianapolis
 3  Minnesota 1
 2  South Dakota 6  

New England[edit]

The tournament took place in Bristol, Connecticut on August 3–11.[5]

State City LL Organization Record
 Connecticut Fairfield Fairfield American 4–0
 Massachusetts Wellesley Wellesley South 2–2
 New Hampshire Bedford Bedford 2–2
 Vermont South Burlington South Burlington 2–2
 Rhode Island Coventry Coventry American 1–3
 Maine Scarborough Scarborough 1–3
Semi-finals Final
August 9 – Bristol (F/8)
 4  Vermont 3  
 1  Connecticut 4  
 
August 11 – Bristol
     1  Connecticut 14
   3  New Hampshire 0
August 9 – Bristol
 3  New Hampshire 2
 2  Massachusetts 0  

Northwest[edit]

The tournament took place in San Bernardino, California on August 3–11.[6]

State City LL Organization Record
 Washington Mercer Island Mercer Island 4–0
 Idaho Post Falls Post Falls 3–1
 Montana Billings Boulder-Arrowhead 2–2
 Oregon Gresham Gresham National 2–2
 Alaska Juneau Gastineau Channel 1–3
 Wyoming Cody Cody 0–4
Semi-finals Final
August 9 – San Bernardino
 4  Oregon 6  
 1  Washington 2  
 
August 11 – San Bernardino
     4  Oregon 8
   2  Idaho 4
August 9 – San Bernardino
 3  Montana 2
 2  Idaho 3  

Southeast[edit]

The tournament took place in Warner Robins, Georgia on August 3–10.[7]

Pool A
State City LL Organization Record
 Virginia Great Falls Great Falls 3–0
 Tennessee Goodlettsville Goodlettsville Baseball 2–1
 South Carolina Irmo Irmo 1–2
 West Virginia Shinnston Shinnston 0–3
Pool B
State City LL Organization Record
 North Carolina Greenville Tar Heel 2–1
 Georgia Warner Robins Warner Robins American West 2–1
 Florida Plant City Plant City 1–2
 Alabama Auburn Auburn Beehive 1–2
Semi-finals Final
August 8 – Warner Robins
 2B  Georgia 5  
 1A  Virginia 1  
 
August 10 – Warner Robins
     2B  Georgia 0
   2A  Tennessee 1
August 8 – Warner Robins
 1B  North Carolina 3
 2A  Tennessee 9  

Southwest[edit]

The tournament took place in Waco, Texas on August 3–9.[8]

Pool A
State City LL Organization Record
 Louisiana Lake Charles South Lake Charles 3–0
 New Mexico Albuquerque Petroglyph 2–1
 Mississippi D'Iberville D'Iberville 1–2
 Arkansas White Hall White Hall 0–3
Pool B
State City LL Organization Record
 Texas West San Antonio McAllister Park National 3–0
 Texas East Lufkin Lufkin 2–1
 Colorado Grand Junction Monument 1–2
 Oklahoma Ottawa County Northeast Oklahoma 0–3
Semi-finals Final
August 7 – Waco
 2B  Texas East 6  
 1A  Louisiana 0  
 
August 9 – Waco
     2B  Texas East 0
   1B  Texas West 9
August 7 – Waco
 2A  New Mexico 0
 1B  Texas West 4  

West[edit]

The tournament took place in San Bernardino, California on August 3–11.[9]

State City LL Organization Record
California Northern California Petaluma Petaluma National 4–0
 Arizona Tucson Rincon 3–1
 Hawaii Nānākuli Nānākuli-Maili 2–2
 Nevada North Las Vegas Cheyenne 2–2
California Southern California Orange Orange 1–3
 Utah Cedar City Cedar National 0–4
Semi-finals Final
August 10 – San Bernardino
 4  Nevada 4  
 1 California Northern California 10  
 
August 11 – San Bernardino
     1 California Northern California 7
   3  Hawaii 5
August 10 – San Bernardino
 3  Hawaii 6
 2  Arizona 5  

International[edit]

Asia-Pacific[edit]

The tournament took place in Taichung, Taiwan from July 2–8.[10][11]

Pool A
Country / Administrative Division City LL Organization Record
 Chinese Taipei (Taiwan)1 Taoyuan Kuei-Shan 4–0
 Hong Kong Hong Kong Hong Kong 3–1
 Guam Agana Central 2–2
 Philippines Makati City ILLAM 1–3
 New Zealand Auckland Bayside Westhaven LL 0–4
Pool B
Country / Administrative Division City LL Organization Record
 South Korea Busan Busan 4–0
 Northern Mariana Islands Saipan Saipan 2–2
 Thailand Bangkok Bangkok 2–2
 Australia Perth Perth Metro North 2–2
 Indonesia Jakarta Indonesian 0–4
Semi-finals Final
July 7 – Taichung
 2B Northern Mariana Islands Northern Mariana Islands 2  
 1A Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei 8  
 
July 8 – Taichung
     1A Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei 12
   2A Hong Kong 2
July 7 – Taichung
 2A  Hong Kong 3
 1BSouth Korea Korea 2  

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[edit]

The tournament took place in Edmonton, Alberta on August 4–11.[12]

Province City LL Organization Record
 British Columbia Vancouver Hastings Community 5–0
 Ontario Toronto High Park 3–2
 Alberta Lethbridge Southwest 2–3
 Nova Scotia Glace Bay Glace Bay 2–3
 Quebec Montreal Notre-Dame-de-Grâce 2–3
 Alberta Edmonton Mill Woods* 1–4

(*): host league

Semi-finals Final
August 10 – Edmonton
 4  Nova Scotia 0  
 1  British Columbia 5  
 
August 11 – Edmonton (F/4)
     1  British Columbia 11
   3  Alberta 1
August 10 – Edmonton
 3  Alberta 4
 2  Ontario 3  

Caribbean[edit]

The tournament took place in Guayama, Puerto Rico on July 7–14.[13]

Pool A
Country City LL Organization Record
 Curaçao Willemstad Pariba 4–0
 Puerto Rico Manatí Jose M. Rodriguez 3–1
 U.S. Virgin Islands Saint Croix Elmo Plaskett West 2–2
 Bonaire Kralendijk Bonaire 1–3
 Antigua and Barbuda Saint John's Antigua 0–4
Pool B
Country City LL Organization Record
 Puerto Rico Guayama Radames Lopez 3–1
 U.S. Virgin Islands Saint Thomas Elrod Hendricks West 3–1
 Aruba Santa Cruz Aruba Central 2–2
 Sint Maarten Sint Maarten Sint Maarten 1–3
 Dominican Republic San Pedro de Macorís Solano 1–3
Semi-finals Final
July 13 – Guayama
 1A  Curaçao 14  
 2B  U.S. Virgin Islands 5  
 
July 14 – Guayama
     1A  Curaçao 10
   1B  Puerto Rico (Guayama) 1
July 13 – Guayama
 1B  Puerto Rico (Guayama) 7
 2A  Puerto Rico (Manati) 1  

Europe[edit]

The tournament took place in Kutno, Poland on July 20–28.[14]

Pool A
Country City LL Organization Record
GermanyUnited States Germany-US Ramstein KMC American 5–0
 United Kingdom London London Area Youth 4–1
 Ukraine Kirovohrad Kirovohrad 3–2
 Italy Emilia Emilia 2–3
 Hungary Budapest/Debrecen/Jánossomorja MOBSSZ Debrecen/Janossomorja 1–4
 Serbia Belgrade Serbia 0–5
Pool B
Country City LL Organization Record
 Czech Republic South Moravia South Moravia 4–1
 Belarus Brest Brest Zubrs 4–1
 Netherlands Haarlem Nord Holland 3–2
 Lithuania Kaunas Kaunas 2–3
 Poland Kutno Kutno 1–4
 Belgium Flanders East Flanders East 1–4
Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
July 25 – Kutno        
 1A GermanyUnited States Germany-US  10
July 26 – Kutno
 4B  Lithuania  0  
 1A GermanyUnited States Germany-US  7
July 25 – Kutno
     3A  Ukraine  4  
 2B  Belarus  2
July 27 – Kutno
 3A  Ukraine  4  
 1A GermanyUnited States Germany-US  7
July 25 – Kutno    
   3B  Netherlands  0
 2A  United Kingdom  0
July 26 – Kutno
 3B  Netherlands  5  
 3B  Netherlands  8
July 25 – Kutno
     4A  Italy  6  
 1B  Czech Republic  2
 4A  Italy  5  
 

Japan[edit]

The first two rounds of the tournament were held on June 30, and the remaining two rounds, originally scheduled for July 7, were played July 15. All games were played in Tokyo.[15]

Participating teams Prefecture City LL Organization
Chūgoku Champions  Hiroshima Hiroshima Hiroshima Saeki
Higashikanto Champions  Chiba Funabashi Funabashi
Hokkaido Champions  Hokkaido Asahikawa Asahikawa Taisetsu
Kanagawa Champions  Kanagawa Zushi Zushi
Kansai Champions  Hyōgo Harima Hyōgo Harima
Kansai Runner-Up  Hyōgo Himeji Himeji Chuo
Kitakanto Champions  Saitama Saitama Ōmiya Higashi
Kyushu Champions  Nagasaki Sasebo Sasebo Chuo
Shikoku Champions  Ehime Niihama Niihama
Shinetsu Champions  Nagano Ueda Ueda Minami
Tōhoku Champions  Miyagi Sendai Sendai Higashi
Tōhoku Runner-Up  Fukushima Iwaki Iwakitaira
Tokaido Champions  Mie Matsusaka Matsusaka
Tokaido Runner-Up  Shizuoka Hamamatsu Hamamatsu Minami
Tokyo Champions  Tokyo Tokyo Tokyo Kitasuna
Tokyo Runner-Up  Tokyo Fuchū Musashi Fuchū
Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                           
June 30 – Tokyo            
 Nagano Prefecture Ueda Minami  2
June 30 – Tokyo
 Tokyo Tokyo Kitsuana  8  
 Tokyo Tokyo Kitsuana  10
June 30 – Tokyo
   Fukushima Prefecture Iwakitaira  0  
 Nagasaki Prefecture Sasebo Chuo  2
July 15 – Tokyo
 Fukushima Prefecture Iwakitaira  3  
 Tokyo Tokyo Kitsuana  14
June 30 – Tokyo
   Chiba Prefecture Funabashi  4  
 Saitama Prefecture Ōmiya Higashi  5
June 30 – Tokyo
 Hyōgo Prefecture Hyōgo Harima  3  
 Saitama Prefecture Ōmiya Higashi  6
June 30 – Tokyo
   Chiba Prefecture Funabashi  10  
 Chiba Prefecture Funabashi  8
July 15 – Tokyo
 Shizuoka Prefecture Hamamatsu Minami  5  
 Tokyo Tokyo Kitsuana  11
June 30 – Tokyo
   Mie Prefecture Matsusaka  0
 Ehime Prefecture Niihama  8
June 30 – Tokyo
 Tokyo Musashi Fuchū  4  
 Ehime Prefecture Niihama  0
June 30 – Tokyo
   Mie Prefecture Matsusaka  9  
 Hokkaido Asahikawa Taisetsu  0
July 15 – Tokyo
 Mie Prefecture Matsusaka  9  
 Mie Prefecture Matsusaka  20
June 30 – Tokyo
   Miyagi Prefecture Sendai Higashi  10  
 Hyōgo Prefecture Himeji Chuo  0
June 30 – Tokyo
 Kanagawa Prefecture Zushi  9  
 Kanagawa Prefecture Zushi  6
June 30 – Tokyo
   Miyagi Prefecture Sendai Higashi  7  
 Hiroshima Prefecture Hiroshima Saeki  0
 Miyagi Prefecture Sendai Higashi  1  

Latin America[edit]

The tournament took place in Aguadulce, Panama on July 8–15.[16]

Pool A
Country City LL Organization Record
 Panama Aguadulce Aguadulce 3–0
 Venezuela Lara Lara 2–1
 Nicaragua Managua 14 de Septiembre 1–2
 Costa Rica Santo Domingo De Heredia 0–3
Pool B
Country City LL Organization Record
 Panama Herrera Chitre 3–0
 Colombia Cartagena Falcon 2–1
 Ecuador Guayaquil C Unidas Miraflores 1–2
 Guatemala Guatemala City Liga Pequeña de Beisbol de Guatemala 0–3
Semi-finals Final
July 14 – Aguadulce
 1A  Panama (Aguadulce) 3  
 2B  Colombia 0  
 
July 15 – Aguadulce
     1A  Panama (Aguadulce) 6
   2A  Venezuela 5
July 14 – Aguadulce
 1B  Panama (Herrera) 4
 2A  Venezuela 7  

Mexico[edit]

The tournament took place in Monterrey on July 21–26.[17]

Pool A
City LL Organization Record
Sonora Hermosillo, Sonora Amistad y Deporte 4–1
Nuevo León Santa Catarina, Nuevo León Santa Catarina 4–1
Tamaulipas Reynosa, Tamaulipas Treviño Kelly 3–2
Jalisco Guadalajara, Jalisco Guadalajara SUTAJ 3–2
Chihuahua (state) Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua Satellite 1–4
Coahuila Torreón, Coahuila Liga Infantil y Juvenil Sertoma A.C. 0–5
Pool B
City LL Organization Record
Baja California Mexicali, Baja California Félix Arce 4–1
Tamaulipas Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas Oriente 4–1
Chihuahua (state) Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua El Granjero 3–2
Nuevo León Monterrey, Nuevo León Mitras 3–2
Coahuila Saltillo, Coahuila Saltillo 1–4
Jalisco Ocotlán, Jalisco Ocotlán 0–5
Semi-finals Final
July 26 – Monterrey
 1A Sonora Hermosillo 2  
 2B Tamaulipas Nuevo Laredo 9  
 
July 26 – Monterrey
     2B Tamaulipas Nuevo Laredo 10
   2A Nuevo León Santa Catarina 7
July 26 – Monterrey
 1B Baja California Mexicali 2
 2A Nuevo León Santa Catarina 7  

Middle East-Africa[edit]

The tournament took place in Kutno, Poland on July 13–16.[18]

Country City LL Organization Record
 Uganda Lugazi Lugazi 3–1
 Kuwait Kuwait City Kuwait 3–1
 Saudi Arabia Dhahran Arabian American 3–1
 Qatar Doha Qatar 1–3
 United Arab Emirates Dubai Dubai 0–4
Final
   
July 16 – Kutno
  Kuwait  2
  Uganda  5

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