How to watch the Little League Baseball World Series Regional Championships on August 6 | Channel, stream, preview

Five more regions are starting their tournaments in Little League Baseball World Series action, including the new metro area, with a few more knockout games in the Southeast and Midwest regions.

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Hinsdale (IL) vs London (KY)

  • Time: 10 a.m. ET
  • Where: Central Region Headquarters (Whitestown, Ind.)
  • Flow: ESPN+

Hagerstown (IN) vs. Grosse Pointe Farms (MI)

  • Time: 1 p.m. ET
  • Where: Central Region Headquarters (Whitestown, Ind.)
  • Flow: ESPN+

Massapequa (NY) vs. Toms River (NJ)

  • Time: 4 p.m. ET
  • Where: A. Bartlett Giamatti Little League Leadership Training Center (Bristol, Conn.)
  • Flow: ESPN+

Fairfield (CT) vs Cumberland (RI)

  • Time: 7 p.m. ET
  • Where: A. Bartlett Giamatti Little League Leadership Training Center (Bristol, Conn.)
  • Flow: ESPN+

Sioux Falls (SD) vs. Coon Rapids (MN)

  • Time: 1 p.m. ET
  • Where: Central Region Headquarters (Whitestown, Ind.)
  • Flow: ESPN+

Minnesota was right in the thick of it in its opener Friday against Fargo (ND). After giving up a 2-0 lead in the second inning, Coon Rapids allowed three runs in the fourth inning and couldn’t capitalize on a few runners in the scoring position, leaving a total of six stranded in the game, and eventually dropped by a final score of 5-2. Logan Lunseth ended the morning affair with a 2-2 record at the plate.

It was a big drama when Sioux Falls took on Webb City (MO) on Friday. With the game tied at one, South Dakota took the lead on a three-run homer from Evin Edwards in the bottom of the fifth to take the lead. However, they allowed four runs, with two out, the following inning, and ended up losing 5-4. Eli Hart got off to a great start for Sioux Falls, allowing just one run on two hits in 4.1 innings.

Pittsburgh (KS) vs. Kearney (NE)

  • Time: 4 p.m. ET
  • Where: Central Region Headquarters (Whitestown, Ind.)
  • Flow: ESPN+

The Kansas team had a bad run that cost them their home opener against Davenport (IA) on Friday. Although Pittsburg came out ahead 2-0, Iowa came back to tie the game, before scoring six runs in the fifth inning, and ended up beating Kansas 10-3. Gabe Brown led the Pittsburgh offense with a pair of runs, going 2-2 at plate.

Kearney hopes to get a little more offense on Saturday, after being hitless by Kenosha (WI) pitcher Ben Smet-Cooper on Friday. They were still in the thick of it late in the contest. However, they conceded eight points in fifth en route to a 9-0 loss.

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Brattleboro (VT) vs. Bangor (ME)

  • Time: 10 a.m. ET
  • Where: A. Bartlett Giamatti Little League Leadership Training Center (Bristol, Conn.)
  • Flow: ESPN+

Middleborough (MA) v Concord (NH)

  • Time: 1 p.m. ET
  • Where: A. Bartlett Giamatti Little League Leadership Training Center (Bristol, Conn.)
  • Flow: ESPN+

Keystone (FL) vs. South Riding (VA)

  • Time: 1 p.m. ET
  • Where: Southeast Little League Park (Warner Robins, Ga.)
  • Flow: ESPN+

After losing heartbreakingly in their tournament opener, Keystone bounced back with a big win on Friday against Sylacauga (AL). Team Florida stormed the gates with six runs in the first set and quickly led 10-0 with four more runs in the second. Keystone continued to pour it over the next two innings en route to a mercy win, final score 17-0. Jackie Frasor and Lee Melamut each had three hits in the win, with Melamut leading by four runs.

Virginia is coming off another close game, but fell on the wrong side of things Friday against Harris County (GA). Despite five hits, South Riding could only score one run in the contest, but still lost only 2-1. Andrew Coleman drove Virginia’s only race in the contest.

Taylors (SC) v Durham (NC)

  • Time: 4 p.m. ET
  • Where: Southeast Little League Park (Warner Robins, Ga.)
  • Flow: ESPN+

After losing in walk-off mode on Thursday, North Carolina received its own twists against Bridgeport (WV) on Friday. Durham took the lead with four runs in the third inning, highlighted by a three-run homer from Owen Jones. West Virginia managed to take the lead and ended up trying the game at five in the sixth inning, sending the game to extras. Then, in the bottom of the seven, Jones hit his second home run of the afternoon to give Durham the 6-5 victory, keeping their season alive. Jones ended up driving in five of the team’s six races.

Taylors offense could do nothing against Nolensville (TN) on Friday. Their South Carolina team had just four hits in the game. Harrison Ward got off to a great start, not allowing a run for five innings. However, Tennessee scored three goals in the top of the sixth and held Taylors at bay, winning 3-0. If South Carolina wants to keep its season alive, it will need to bolster its offense on Saturday.

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Bend (OR) vs. Bonney Lake (WA)

  • Time: 12 p.m. ET
  • Where: Al Houghton Stadium (San Bernardino, CA)
  • Flow: ESPN+

Lewiston (ID) vs. Anchorage (AK)

  • Time: 3 p.m. ET
  • Where: Al Houghton Stadium (San Bernardino, CA)
  • Flow: ESPN+

Peoria (AZ) vs. Rocklin (N-CA)

  • Time: 7 p.m. ET
  • Where: Al Houghton Stadium (San Bernardino, CA)
  • Flow: ESPN+

Honolulu (HI) vs. Glendora (S-CA)

  • Time: 10:30 p.m. ET
  • Where: Al Houghton Stadium (San Bernardino, CA)
  • Flow: ESPN+

For full regional schedules and results, visit LittleLeague.org

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