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Little League World Series 2022: Monday Scores, Bracket Results and Highlights

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THE TINY League World Series continued Monday with six games on the schedule following a few postponements Sunday.

Below, we’ll have a look at the day’s schedule, scores and highlights. For the entire and updated bracket, make sure to browse the Little League website.


Schedule and Results (All Times Eastern)

Game 19: Latin America def. Japan, 8-7

Game 20: 11 a.m. Mid-Atlantic def. Metro, 7-1

Game 21: 1 p.m. Asia-Pacific def. Panama, 7-0

Game 22: 3 p.m. Southeast def. Great Lakes, 5-2

Game 23: 5 p.m. Canada vs. Mexico on ESPN

Game 24: 7 p.m. Southwest vs. West on ESPN2


Latin America 8, Japan 7

Jubilation for Latin America, heartbreak for Japan.

The team from Nicaragua erased a one-run deficit in underneath of the 11th inning, winning 8-7 in a casino game that needed to be delayed to Monday following a Sunday start.

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WHAT! A! GAME!
Nicaragua defeats Japan within an 11-inning thriller to advance in the international bracket!#LLWS pic.twitter.com/bLS1PRu0rY

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Japan and Nicaraguas epic game started yesterday at 1: 35 p.m.

– Postponed to another day
– Endured another weather delay
– Only 3 combined errors
– Total game time 3 hours, 35 mins
– Tied for the longest game by innings in #LLWS history (11)

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Johan Saravia’s single in underneath of the seventh tied the overall game, and Brandon Jimnez scored the game-winning run carrying out a Japanese throwing error.

That advanced Nicaragua to handle the loser of Asia-Pacific vs. Panama, while Japan’s tournament found a detailed.


Mid-Atlantic 7, Metro 1

The team from Pennsylvania kept its hopes of winning the tiny League World Series in its home state alive, defeating the team from NY 7-1.

Chase Link had an enormous game for the winners, finishing 2-for-4 with a homer, five RBI and two runs.

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Chase ensured he Link-ed up with this particular ball #LLWS pic.twitter.com/TmRGHIxJmJ

Brody Dull and Aspen Anderson combined to stop just four hits, two walks and a run while striking out seven, with Anderson earning the win.

Pennsylvania now awaits the winner of the matchup between your Midwest team and the loser of the West vs. Southwest matchup.


Asia-Pacific 7, Panama 0

Liao Yuan-Shu was wheeling and dealing, and the offense behind him provided a lot of support.

The Chinese Taipei pitcher threw 5.2 innings of scoreless, four-hit ball, striking out eight on the way to a 7-0 victory over Panama on Monday.

The team from the Asia-Pacific region blew open the overall game in the very best of the 3rd, pushing across four runs, led by Wang Yuan-Fu’s two-run single.

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Wang Yuan-Fu hit in #LLWS pic.twitter.com/lb7dBh8L8s

It had been among three RBI on your day for Chinese Taipei’s cleanup hitter.

The Asia-Pacific representatives now await the winner of Canada vs. Mexico on the international side of the bracket.


Southeast 5, Great Lakes 2

It took extra inningsand an essential defensive play to even obtain it therebut the team from Tennessee marched on.

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The representatives from the Southeast beat Great Lakes on Monday, 5-2, led by way of a three-run the surface of the seventh inning.

Jack Rhodes’ single started the scoring in the key inning, while Bo Daniel’s triple and a fielder’s choice accounted for the three runs. Rhodes then closed out the overall game with an ideal bottom of the seventh on the mound.

All isn’t lost for the team from Indiana, that is still alive and can face Mid-Atlantic to help keep its Williamsport hopes alive. Tennessee, meanwhile, awaits the winner of the West vs. Southwest matchup.

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