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1968 Little League World Series


1968 Little League World Series

1968 Little League World Series
Dates August 18–
August 23
Teams participating 8
Champion Wakayama Little League
Osaka, Japan
Runner-up Tuckahoe Little League
Richmond, Virginia

The 1968 Little League World Series took place between August 20 and August 24 in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. The Wakayama Little League of Osaka, Japan defeated the Tuckahoe Little League of Richmond, Virginia in the championship game of the 22nd Little League World Series.


  • Qualification 1
  • Championship bracket 2
  • Consolation bracket 3
  • See also 4
  • External links 5


Championship bracket

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
August 18        
  Canada  1
August 22
  Nicaragua  0  
  Canada  5
August 18
    Virginia  8  
  Virginia  6
August 24
  Indiana  2  
  Virginia  0
August 19
    Japan  1
  California  3
August 22
  Maryland  0  
  California  0 Third place
August 19
    Japan  3  
  Germany  2   Canada  0
  Japan  14     California  1
August 23

Consolation bracket

  Games A & B Game D
August 19
  Nicaragua 0  
  Indiana 1  
August 21
      Indiana 1
    Maryland 0
Game C
August 20 August 22
  Maryland 2   Nicaragua  3
  Germany 0     Germany  1
1968 Little League World Series Champions

Wakayama Little League
Osaka, Japan

See also

Jim Pankovtis - Tuckahoe LL Richmond Virginia - US Champion - Former MLB Player

Turk Schonert - Gardan Grove California - Former NFL Quarterback

External links

  • 1968 Little League World Series
  • Line scores for the 1968 LLWS
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