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Little League World Series (Midwest Region)

The Midwest Region is one of eight United States regions that currently send teams to the Little League World Series, the largest youth baseball competition in the world. The region's participation in the LLWS dates back to 1957, when it was known as the Central Region. However, when the LLWS was expanded in 2001 from eight teams (four U.S. teams and four "International" teams from the rest of the world) to 16 teams (eight U.S. and eight International), the Central Region was split into the Midwest and Great Lakes Regions.[1]

The U.S. states that are in Little League's Midwest Region:

Regional championship

Winner is indicated in green.

Year Iowa Kansas Minnesota Missouri Nebraska North/South Dakota
Davenport East LL
Davenport
Baxter Springs LL
Baxter Springs
Centennial Lakes Black LL
Circle Pines
DeSoto LL
DeSoto
Keystone LL
Omaha
Harney LL
Rapid City
Grandview LL
Des Moines
Riverton Area LL
Riverton
Coon Rapids National LL
Coon Rapids
Webb City LL
Webb City
Central City LL
Central City
Harney LL
Rapid City
North Scott LL
Eldridge
Girard LL
Girard
Coon Rapids National LL
Coon Rapids
La Co Mo Central LL
Higginsville
Grover LL
Omaha
Canyon Lake LL
Rapid City
2004 Davenport Northwest LL
Davenport
Galena LL
Galena
Robbinsdale LL
Robbinsdale
Daniel Boone National LL
Columbia
Blair LL
Blair
Harney LL
Rapid City
2005 Davenport Northwestern LL
Davenport
Baxter Springs LL
Baxter Springs
Centennial Lakes East LL
Circle Pines
Daniel Boone National LL
Columbia
Hillside LL
Omaha
Harney LL
Rapid City
2006 Davis County LL
Bloomfield
Galena LL
Galena
Coon Rapids National LL
Coon Rapids
Daniel Boone National LL
Columbia
Grand Island Youth
National Baseball LL
Grand Island
Harney LL
Rapid City
2007 Urbandale East LL
Urbandale
Cherokee Community LL
Cherokee
WAA LL
Woodbury
Carthage LL
Carthage
Keystone LL
Omaha
Harney LL
Rapid City
2008 Urbandale East LL
Urbandale
Cherokee Community LL
Cherokee
Coon Rapids National LL
Coon Rapids
Daniel Boone National LL
Columbia
Kearney National LL
Kearney
Canyon Lake LL
Rapid City
2009 Urbandale East LL
Urbandale
Cherokee Community LL
Cherokee
East Tonka South LL
Minnetonka
Daniel Boone National LL
Columbia
Blair LL
Blair
Harney LL
Rapid City
2010 Grandview LL
Des Moines
Riverton Area LL
Riverton
Plymouth/New Hope LL
Plymouth
Daniel Boone American LL
Columbia
Kearney LL
Kearney
Canyon Lake LL
Rapid City
2011 Grandview LL
Des Moines
Community LL
Cherokee
Centennial Lakes West LL
Circle Pines
Webb City LL
Webb City
Kearney LL
Kearney
Harney LL
Rapid City
2012 Sioux City Westside LL
Sioux City
Girard LL
Girard
Robbinsdale LL
Robbinsdale
De Soto LL
De Soto
Kearney LL
Kearney
Canyon Lake LL
Rapid City
2013 Urbandale LL
Urbandale
Girard LL
Girard
Coon Rapids Andover American LL
Coon Rapids
Webb City LL
Webb City
Kearney LL
Kearney
Timberline LL
Rapid City

LLWS results

As of the 2013 Little League World Series.

Year Champion City LLWS Record
East LL Iowa Davenport Group Stage 0–3
Webb City LL Missouri Webb City Group Stage 0–3
North Scott LL Iowa Eldridge Group Stage 0–3
Northwest LL Iowa Davenport Group Stage 0–3
Northwest LL Iowa Davenport Group Stage 0–3
Daniel Boone National LL Missouri Columbia Group Stage 1–2
WAA LL Minnesota Woodbury Round 1 1-2
Canyon Lake LL South Dakota Rapid City Group Stage 0–3
Urbandale East LL Iowa Urbandale Group Stage 1–2
Plymouth/New Hope LL Minnesota Plymouth Group Stage 0–3
Harney LL South Dakota Rapid City Round 1 0–3
Kearney LL Nebraska Kearney Round 1 1–2
Urbandale LL Iowa Urbandale Round 2 1–2

Results by state

As of the 2013 Little League World Series.

State Midwest
Championships
Record
in LLWS
PCT
Iowa Iowa 6 2–16 .111
Minnesota Minnesota 2 1–5 .167
Missouri Missouri 2 1–5 .167
South Dakota South Dakota 2 0–6 .000
Nebraska Nebraska 1 1–2 .333
Total 13 5–34 .128

See also

References

External links

  • Official site
  • Midwest Region Little League Tournament Historical Results
Notable Figures: Carl Stotz
Honors: Little League Baseball awards • Peter J. McGovern Little League Museum
In Popular Culture:
Video games: Little League World Series Baseball
Movies: Mickey
Well-known Players: Danny Almonte • Aaron Durley • Carolyn King • Maria Pepe
Miscellaneous: Little League Elbow • White House Tee Ball Initiative
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