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Maui Pony League Team Up for World Series Title

August 10, 2016, 5:29 AM HST
* Updated August 10, 5:22 PM
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UPDATE: 5:15 p.m.: The Maui Pony League team ended their World Series journey as runner-up, second only to Chinese Taipei, with a final title game score of 12-2.  The FULL STORY is posted HERE.

UPDATE: 2:22 p.m.:  The rain delay has been lifted.  The stream is now LIVE HERE. (Click the link and scroll down to the Trending Now 2016 Pony League World Series Video Stream.)

UPDATE: 1:54 p.m.:  There is currently a rain delay at Lew Hays PONY Field. Start time for the Championship Game is to be announced. The game was initially scheduled to start at 1:30 p.m. HST.

Another Maui team is headed to a world series title match.  The Maui Pony team defeated Bay County, Michigan 19-3 on Tuesday night to win a spot in the 2016 DICK’S Sporting Goods PONY League World Series championship game.

The Maui team faces Chinese Taipei in the championship game set for 7:30 p.m. ET (1:30 p.m. HST) today, Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2016.  Watch the game LIVE HERE.


The Maui boys defeated Germany 9-0 on Sunday, and Laredo, Texas 6-5 on Monday.


Video Highlights of GAME #16

Game 16 Recap

Over the weekend, the Central Maui Little League All-Stars earned their World Series title after defeating Seoul, South Korea 5-1 on Sunday.


Meantime, the Central East Maui Majors from Wailuku are playing the Little League West Regional tournament taking place in San Bernardino, CA from August 7-13, 2016.  The Maui team of 11- and 12-year-olds defeated Nevada, 8-0 in the tournament opener on Sunday.

They also won their followup game on Monday with a 5-2 victory against Snow Canyon, Utah.  Their next game is on Thursday, Aug. 11 against Park View, Southern California.

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