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Little League World Series (Central Region)

The Central Region was a region that competed in the Little League World Series between 1957 and 2000 until it was split into the Midwest and Great Lakes regions in 2001. The Central Region only produced one World Champion, in 1959, when Hamtramck, Michigan defeated Auburn, California 12-0 in the Final.

The Central Region was inaugurated in 1957 (named the North Division from 1957–1973)) when the LLWS first gave out Series berths to Regional winners.[1] The Region consisted of teams from the Dakotas, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Ohio, and Wisconsin. In 2000, Kentucky replaced Oklahoma in the region.

Little League Baseball expanded the LLWS to sixteen teams for the 2001 Little League World Series. The Central Region was split into the Midwest region – the Dakotas, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, and Nebraska – and the Great Lakes region – Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin.

Regional Champions (1957-2000)

The following table indicates the Central Region champion and its LLWS performance in each year between 1957 and 2000.

Year Champion City LLWS Record
1957 Jaycee LL Escanaba, Michigan Fourth Place 0–2
1958 Jaycee LL Kankakee, Illinois Runner-Up 2–1
1959 Hamtramck National LL Hamtramck, Michigan Champions 3–0
1960 New Boston Kiwanis LL New Boston, Ohio Seventh Place 1–2
1961 American LL Terre Haute, Indiana Fifth Place 2–1
1962 Central LL Kankakee, Illinois Runner-Up 2–1
1963 Central LL Duluth, Minnesota Third Place 2–1
1964 National LL Bartlesville, Oklahoma Fifth Place 2–1
1965 George Rogers Clark LL Jeffersonville, Indiana Fourth Place 1–2
1966 Jaycee LL Kankakee, Illinois Fifth Place 2–1
1967 North Roseland LL Chicago, Illinois Runner-Up 2–1
1968 American LL Terre Haute, Indiana Fifth Place 2–1
1969 West LL Elyria, Ohio Third Place (tie) 1–1
1970 South LL Highland, Indiana Fourth Place 1–2
1971 Anderson LL Gary, Indiana Runner-Up 2–1
1972 Edison LL Hammond, Indiana Runner-Up 2–1
1973 Federal LL Birmingham, Michigan Fourth Place 1–2
1974 Tallmadge LL Tallmadge, Ohio Fourth Place 1–2
1975 American LL Davenport, Iowa Third Place 1–1
1976 Windsor LL Des Moines, Iowa Eighth Place 0–3
1977 Midget Boosters LL Youngstown, Ohio Sixth Place 1–2
1978 South LL Palatine, Illinois Seventh Place 1–2
1979 National LL Grosse Pointe Woods, Michigan Eighth Place 0–3
1980 Grandview National LL Des Moines, Iowa Fifth Place 2–1
1981 Barrington LL Barrington, Illinois Third Place 2–1
1982 Pinery Park LL Wyoming, Michigan Third Place 2–1
1983 Jackie Robinson West LL Chicago, Illinois Fifth Place 2–1
1984 Southport LL Southport, Indiana Third Place 2–1
1985 East Tonka LL Minnetonka, Minnesota Sixth Place 1–2
1986 Norridge LL Norridge, Illinois Fifth Place 2–1
1987 Chesterfield LL Chesterfield, Indiana Third Place (tie) 1–1
1988 Tulsa LL Tulsa, Oklahoma Eighth Place 0–3
1989 East LL Davenport, Iowa Seventh Place 1–2
1990 Columbia LL Brooklyn, Michigan Seventh Place (tie) 0–2
1991 Westside American LL Hamilton, Ohio Seventh Place 1–2
1992 South Holland LL South Holland, Illinois Group Stage 0–3
1993 Westside American LL Hamilton, Ohio Group Stage 1–2
1994 American LL Brooklyn Center, Minnesota Group Stage 1–2
1995 Little Lakes West LL Arden Hills, Minnesota Group Stage 1–2
1996 National LL Marshalltown, Iowa Group Stage 1–2
1997 Dyer LL Dyer, Indiana Group Stage 0–3
1998 Jenison LL Jenison, Michigan Group Stage 0–3
1999 Brownsburg LL Brownsburg, Indiana Group Stage 0–3
2000 East LL Davenport, Iowa Third Place (tie) 2–2

Results by State

Country Central Region
Championships
Championships Record
in LLWS
PCT
Indiana 10 0 13–16 0.448
Illinois 9 0 15–12 0.556
Michigan 7 1 6–13 0.316
Iowa 6 0 7–11 0.389
Ohio 6 0 6–11 0.353
Minnesota 4 0 5–7 0.417
Oklahoma 2 0 2–4 0.333
Total 44 1 54–74 0.422

See also

References

  1. ^ Central Region Little League

External links

  • Little League Online
  • Central Region Historical Results
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