Published: Fri, August 18, 2017
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Greenville Little League ready for Friday game

Greenville Little League ready for Friday game

The games are televised by ESPN.

PennDOT's 511PA website and smartphone app now have a special feature detailing primary routes, alternate routes and real-time traffic data for the Little League World Series. Former New York Ranger Chris Drury, a CT native, owns Colony Grill. "Our staff will be wearing Fairfield American shirts".

Fairfield, the New England champions, held off Mid-Atlantic winners, Holbrook Little League of Jackson, N.J., 7-6 in both teams' opener Thursday afternoon. That Par-Troy East team was eliminated in the first round. "It was great getting together with other families, friends and fans to cheer on our team".

"Just fun coming out here knowing that we're going to do something awesome right now", said Canada region player Sheldon Scott.

Selectman Chris Tymniak said he hopes to be in Pennsylvania at the games, with his kids. "It's a nice thing to promote baseball, and I'm all for that, but with teams trying to win a division, and to do that at this point in the season, I just find it rather unusual". "It was a fantastic showing by the Fairfield team, and all the residents who showed up to support the team".

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Fairfield advanced into Sunday's winner's bracket game against the victor of the Great Lakes Region-Southeast Region game at 11 Lamade Stadium. "I can't wait to see how we do in Williamsport".

"You're in a blue collar town, with a bunch of guys that are lunch pail guys, they go to work everyday", one resident said.

"I'm very excited", said Mexico Region player Sal Soto. "They have played extremely well as a team through the Districts and Regionals". So we haven't even had time to really process this yet.

Dozens of people dressed in red gathered at the Knights of Columbus club Thursday evening to cheer on New Jersey's Holbrook Little League team from Jackson in the Little League World Series. "It puts excitement into the town and they will be talking about this for a long time".

Friday's fixtures look to be more competitive as some more global teams enter the fray. According to Little League, more than 7,000 teams played in the tournaments to try to make it to South Williamsport.

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