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1952 Little League World Series

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1952 Little League World Series

The 1952 Little League World Series was held in August 1952 in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. In the final series Norwalk, Connecticut beat Monongahela, Pennsylvania by a score 4 to 3. A team from Montreal, Canada became the first participants from outside the US in the history of the event.

External links

  • Yesterday's stars: Remembering Norwalk's Little League run of 1952

Results

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                   
         
 California San Diego, California  1
 
 Arkansas Little Rock, Arkansas  0  
 California San Diego, California  2
 
   Connecticut Norwalk, Connecticut  3  
 Connecticut Norwalk, Connecticut  10
 
 Indiana Whiting, Indiana  7  
 Connecticut Norwalk, Connecticut  4
 
   Pennsylvania Monongahela, Pennsylvania  3
 New Jersey Hackensack, New Jersey  13
 
 Quebec Montreal, Quebec  7  
 New Jersey Hackensack, New Jersey  1 Third place
 
   Pennsylvania Monongahela, Pennsylvania  10  
 Pennsylvania Monongahela, Pennsylvania  3  California San Diego, California  0
 North Carolina Mooresville, North Carolina  2    New Jersey Hackensack, New Jersey  2
 
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