Tuesday, October 26 2021

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Potent Hawaii highlights 4-team field in LLWS semifinals

In this tournament affected by COVID-19, four American teams — and no international clubs, because of travel restrictions — will play in the semifinals Saturday. How they got here: South Dakota entered the tournament as a B team, second place in its region, to advance to within a game of the championship. The team owes much of its success to pitching ace Gavin Weir, who threw to all but one batter in a no-hitter early in the tournament and then came back in his next start and tossed a no-no by himself.

Source: Yahoo Sports

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