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#4-iowa-logo#4 Iowa
9:00 pm, January 21
#7-michigan-logo#7 Michigan
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7:00 pm, January 22
#9-kansas-logo#9 Kansas
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12:00 pm, January 23
#23-uconn-logo#23 UConn
#11-creighton-logo#11 Creighton
12:00 pm, January 23
#2-baylor-logo#2 Baylor
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2:00 pm, January 23
#20-clemson-logo#20 Clemson
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3:00 pm, January 23
#15-ohio-state-logo#15 Ohio State
#10-wisconsin-logo#10 Wisconsin
4:00 pm, January 23
#19-missouri-logo#19 Missouri
#6-tennessee-logo#6 Tennessee
8:30 pm, January 23
#9-kansas-logo#9 Kansas69
#2-baylor-logo#2 Baylor77
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#15-ohio-state-logo#15 Ohio State65
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#18-alabama-logo#18 Alabama105
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MO’NE DAVIS, MID-ATLANTIC ELIMINATED BY WEST

The West advanced to the United States championship game with an 8-1 win over Mid-Atlantic, sending Mo’Ne Davis and Mid-Atlantic to the losers bracket were they will face Great Lakes. The first girl to ever get a win in the Little League World Series went just 2 1/3 innings, walked one, struck out six, allowed three runs and was charged with the loss. A 5-run 6th inning propelled the West champions from Las Vegas, Nevada to the W. The runs came on a passed ball, an RBI double by Zach Hare, an RBI single by Austin Kryszczuk, and a two-run homer from Brennan Holligan. hare was the MVP, going 3-4 with an RBI and 2 runs. Kryszczuk looked great on the mound. He held the underdogs out of  Philadelphia hitless over three innings, allowing no earned runs, walking one and striking out six.

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