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Little League World Series (West Region)

The West 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 West 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 Western Region was split into the Northwest and West Regions.

The West Region is made up of six districts in five states.

Wyoming was a member of the region from 2002–2006. During that time, Hawaii was in the Northwest Region. New Mexico was a part of the region in 2001, but was put in the Southwest Region the following year.

Regional championship

The list below lists each state's participant in the Little League West Region Tournament. That year's winner is indicated in green. The 2008 Waipahu, 2009 Chula Vista, and 2011 Ocean View teams went on to win the World Series.

Year Arizona Northern California Southern California Hawaii Nevada New Mexico Utah Wyoming
San Xavier LL
Tucson
Los Gatos LL
Los Gatos
Oceanside
American LL
Oceanside
Ewa LL
Ewa Beach
Green Valley LL
Las Vegas
Eastdale LL
Albuquerque
Taylorsville LL
Taylorsville
Joined region
in 2002
Arrowhead LL
Glendale
Aptos LL
Aptos
West Anaheim LL
Anaheim
Left region for
Northwest Region
Peccole LL
Las Vegas
Left region for
Southwest Region
Taylorsville LL
Taylorsville
Laramie LL
Laramie
Chandler National LL
Chandler
Lakeside LL
Granite Bay/Loomis
Vineyard LL
Rancho Cucamonga
Green Valley LL
Henderson
No
representative
[a]
Laramie LL
Laramie
2004 Deer Valley LL
Glendale
Visalia National LL
Visalia
Conejo Valley
East LL
Thousand Oaks
Green Valley LL
Henderson
Taylorsville LL
Salt Lake City
Gillette LL
Gillette
2005 Chandler National LL
Chandler
San Francisco American LL
San Francisco
Rancho Buena
Vista LL
Vista
Peccole LL
Las Vegas
Snow Canyon LL
Santa Clara
Gillette LL
Gillette
2006 Ahwatukee
American LL
Phoenix
River Park LL
Fresno
Northridge City LL
Northridge
Waipio LL
Waipahu
Lone Mountain LL
Las Vegas
Snow Canyon LL
Santa Clara
Left for
Northwest Region
2007 Chandler National LL
Chandler
Moreland LL
San Jose
Solana Beach LL
Solana Beach
Waipio LL
Waipahu
Green Valley LL
Las Vegas
Snow Canyon LL
Santa Clara
2008 Arrowhead LL
Glendale
Pleasanton
American LL
Pleasanton
Aliso Viejo LL
Aliso Viejo
Waipio LL
Waipahu
Paseo Verde LL
Henderson
Cedar City LL
Cedar City
2009 Arrowhead LL
Glendale
Loomis-Eureka LL
Granite Bay
Park View LL
Chula Vista
Central East Maui LL
Wailuku
Legacy LL
Las Vegas
Cedar City
American LL
Cedar City
2010 North Scottsdale LL
Scottsdale
Napa National LL
Napa
Ocean View LL
Huntington Beach
Waipio LL
Waipahu
Mountain Ridge LL
Las Vegas
Washington LL
Washington
2011 Rio Rico LL
Rio Rico
Red Bluff LL
Red Bluff
Ocean View LL
Huntington Beach
Central East Maui LL
Wailuku
Silverado LL
Las Vegas
Washington LL
Washington
2012 Rincon LL
Tucson
Petaluma National LL
Petaluma
Orange LL
Orange
Nānākuli-Maili LL
Nānākuli
Cheyenne LL
North Las Vegas
Cedar National LL
Cedar City
2013 Chandler National
South LL
Chandler
Belmont-Redwood
Shores LL
Belmont-Redwood Shores
Eastlake LL
Chula Vista
Central East Maui LL
Wailuku
Mountain Ridge LL
North Las Vegas
Dixie LL
St. George

Notes

  • [a] Before the start of the regional tournament, Utah's state champions were disqualfied for participating in a non-sanctioned tournament prior to the start of the state tournament. The state's runner-up, who had lost the championship game by forfeit, were awarded the title. However, they would also be disqualified later for the same reason. Little League officials, after failing to find another replacement team on such short notice, decided the regional tournament would have to take place without a team from Utah.[1]

LLWS results

As of the 2013 Little League World Series.

Year Champion City LLWS Record
Oceanside American LL California Oceanside U.S. Runner-Up 3–1
Aptos LL California Aptos Group Stage 1–2
National LL Arizona Chandler U.S. Semifinal 3–1
Conejo Valley LL California Thousand Oaks Runner-Up 5–1
Rancho Buena Vista LL California Vista 3rd Place 5–1
Ahwatukee American LL Arizona Phoenix Group Stage 2–1
National LL Arizona Chandler U.S. Semifinal 2–2
Waipio LL Hawaii Waipio Champions 6–0
Park View LL California Chula Vista Champions 5–1
Waipio LL Hawaii Waipahu Runner-Up 4–2
Ocean View LL California Huntington Beach Champions 5–1
Petaluma National LL California Petaluma 3rd Place 4–2
Eastlake LL California Chula Vista Runner-Up 4–1

Results by state

As of the 2013 Little League World Series.

State West
Championships
Record
in LLWS
PCT
California California 8 27–9 .750
Arizona Arizona 3 7–4 .636
Hawaii Hawaii 2 10–2 .846
Nevada Nevada 0 0–0
Utah Utah 0 0–0
Total 13 44–15 .746

See also

References

External links

  • Official site
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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