PEARLAND, Texas (KTRK) – With a whole-town correction on Tuesday, Pearland Little League completed its return to the Little League World Series with a 9-4 win over Tulsa, Oklahoma in the Southwest Regional Finals.
Pearland ran the board on its way to its fourth World Series stop in 12 years, 13-0 from the county, state and regional levels.
The most talked-about moment of Tuesday’s game involved Pearland pitcher Kaiden Shelton, who hurled a blunder that hit Tulsa hitter Isiah Jarvis in the head.
Jarvis was on the ground for several minutes when the trainers and trainers tested him.
Meanwhile, Shelton grieves over what happened. After Jarvis went to the first base under his power, he called time, went to the mound, and hugged and comforted Kaiden.
An entire town watches the boys of summer
Residents have watched every league game in the region so far. An official watch party took place at the Hometown Sports Bar and Grill.
“I watched with my family, and so there was a lot of excitement!” Danae Lee, a fan said.
This version of the team is undefeated in the regional league and is gaining favor with every run scored.
“It’s everywhere. You see signs all over Pearland!” Nancy Small, another fan said.
“We’re very excited. We’re delighted to hear that the team has come this far in the competition. I love it when they go through the neighborhood and we cheer for them all the time,” said Dr. Giles, the former hand’s team. left.
James Reyes plays for Pearland High and tells us that the older seniors are 100% behind Little Leaguers.
Reyes said: “My friends and I threw a clock party a few days ago, and even around the Pearland high school area, you could tell everyone was super excited.
Town dwellers will have to wait a bit before they know who the team faces on the historic tourney.
Pearland advanced to the Little League World Series in 2010, 2015 and 2016. The 2010 team made it to the game at the United States Championship.
The World Series is scheduled to run from August 17 to 28.
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