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Little League World Series (New England Region)

New England's participation in the Little League World Series dates back to 1957, when it was known as the East Region. However, in 2001, the East Region was split into the New England Region and the Mid-Atlantic Region.

Regional headquarters are located in Bristol, Connecticut.

The New England Region consists of the six New England states:

Regional championship

The year's winner is indicated in green.

Year Connecticut Maine Massachusetts New Hampshire Rhode Island Vermont
Yalesville LL
Wallingford
Lincoln County LL
Damariscotta
Pittsfield South LL
Pittsfield
Manchester East LL
Manchester
Lincoln LL
Lincoln
South Burlington LL
South Burlington
Orange LL
Orange
Westbrook LL
Westbrook
Jesse Burkett LL
Worcester
Portsmouth LL
Portsmouth
Portsmouth LL
Portsmouth
Essex Junction LL
Essex Junction
North Stamford LL
Stamford
Augusta West LL
Augusta
Saugus American LL
Saugus
Rye LL
Rye
Lincoln LL
Lincoln
South Burlington LL
South Burlington
2004 Berlin LL
Berlin
West Biddeford LL
Biddeford
Jesse Burkett LL
Worcester
Portsmouth LL
Portsmouth
Lincoln LL
Lincoln
Essex Junction LL
Essex Junction
2005 Farmington LL
Farmington
Westbrook LL
Westbrook
Dudley LL
Dudley
Bedford LL
Bedford
Cranston Western LL
Cranston
Shelburne LL
Shelburne
2006 Glastonbury
American LL
Glastonbury
Yarmouth LL
Yarmouth
Peabody Western LL
Peabody
Portsmouth LL
Portsmouth
Lincoln LL
Lincoln
Colchester LL
Colchester
2007 Shelton National LL
Shelton
Portland North LL
Portland
Walpole American LL
Walpole
Portsmouth LL
Portsmouth
Cranston Western LL
Cranston
Essex Junction LL
Essex Junction
2008 Shelton National LL
Shelton
Camden-Rockport LL
Camden
Parkway National LL
Boston (West Roxbury)
Manchester North LL
Manchester
Cranston Western LL
Cranston
Williston LL
Williston
2009 Glastonbury
National LL
Glastonbury
Bangor East LL
Bangor
Peabody Western LL
Peabody
Portsmouth LL
Portsmouth
Lincoln LL
Lincoln
Brattleboro LL
Brattleboro
2010 Fairfield American LL
Fairfield
Bangor East LL
Bangor
Southborough Youth LL
Southborough
Portsmouth LL
Portsmouth
Cumberland National LL
Cumberland
Shelburne LL
Shelburne
2011 Fairfield American LL
Fairfield
Yarmouth LL
Yarmouth
Andover National LL
Andover
Goffstown LL
Goffstown
Cumberland American LL
Cumberland
Barre Community LL
Barre
2012 Fairfield American LL
Fairfield
Scarborough LL
Scarborough
Wellesley South LL
Wellesley
Bedford LL
Bedford
Coventry American LL
Coventry
South Burlington LL
South Burlington
2013 Westport LL
Westport
Saco LL
Saco
Newton SouthEast LL
Newton
Rye LL
Rye
Lincoln LL
Lincoln
South Burlington LL
South Burlington

LLWS results

As of the 2013 Little League World Series.

Year Champion City LLWS Record
Lincoln LL Rhode Island Lincoln Group Stage 0–3
Jesse Burkett LL Massachusetts Worcester 4th Place 3–3
American LL Massachusetts Saugus 4th Place 4–2
Lincoln LL Rhode Island Lincoln Group Stage 1–2
Westbrook LL Maine Westbrook Group Stage 1–2
Portsmouth LL New Hampshire Portsmouth U.S. Semifinal 2–2
Walpole American LL Massachusetts Walpole Group Stage 1–2
Shelton National LL Connecticut Shelton Group Stage 1–2
Peabody Western LL Massachusetts Peabody Group Stage 1–2
Fairfield American LL Connecticut Fairfield Group Stage 1–2
Cumberland American LL Rhode Island Cumberland Round 1 1–2
Fairfield American LL Connecticut Fairfield Round 3 2–2
Westport LL Connecticut Westport 4th Place 3–3

Results by state

As of the 2013 Little League World Series.

State New England
Championships
Record
in LLWS
PCT
Massachusetts Massachusetts 4 9–9 .500
Connecticut Connecticut 4 7–9 .438
Rhode Island Rhode Island 3 2–7 .222
New Hampshire New Hampshire 1 2–2 .500
Maine Maine 1 1–2 .333
Vermont Vermont 0 0–0
Total 13 21–29 .420

External links

  • Official site
  • New England 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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