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Saturday, August 21:

Championship Game
3:30 p.m--Listen Here
East Cobb, GA 3
Mililani, HI 1 FINAL


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Mililani, HI 9
Caguas, PR 2

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Mililani, HI 12
Plum Borough, PA 0

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Sunday, August 15:
East Cobb, GA 11
Evansville East, IN 3

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Washington, PA 6
Greenbrier, VA 3

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Monday, August 16:
Okinawa, Japan 5
Plum Borough, PA 3

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Mililani, HI 8
Caguas, PR 3

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Tuesday, August 17:
Evansville East, IN 7
Greenbrier, VA 2

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East Cobb, GA 13
Washington, PA 1 (5 innings)

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Wednesday, August 18:
Caguas, PR 10
Okinawa, Japan 7 (10 innings)

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Evansville East, IN 6
Washington, PA 2, suspended in bottom of third inning

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Thursday, August 19:
Evansville East, IN 12
Washington, PA 5 FINAL

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Caguas, PR 1
Mililani, HI 1, suspended in bottom of third inning

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Friday, August 20:
Caguas, PR 2
Mililani, HI 1 FINAL

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East Cobb, GA 19
Evansville, IN 3 FINAL (5 inn.)

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Mililani, HI 4
Caguas, PR 2, suspended in top of third inning
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Saturday--Championship Day!
East Cobb, GA 3, Mililani, HI 1 FINAL!

Jake Davies throws a one-hitter, and drives in 2 runs to lead the way for South Zone Champions.

East Cobb 7th--0 runs, 1 left on
Mililani 7th--0 runs, 1 left on

East Cobb 6th--1 run, 2 hits, 1 left on
Mililani 6th--0 runs, 1 left on

East Cobb 5th--3 up, 3 down
Mililani 5th--0 runs, 1 hit, 1 left on

East Cobb 4th--0 runs, 1 hit, 1 left on
Mililani 4th--0 runs, 1 left on

East Cobb 3rd--1 run, 1 hit (Davies homerun)
Mililani 3rd--1 run, o hits (walk, wp, sac, sac)

East Cobb 2nd--0 runs, 1 hit (bases loaded doubleplay)
Mililani 2nd--3 up, 3 down

East Cobb 1st--1 run, 2 hits, 1 left on
Mililani 1st--3 up, 3 down

If Necessary Game
Mililani, HI 9. Caguas, PR 2
Caguas 7th--0 runs, 1 hit, 1 left on

Caguas 6th--0 runs, 1 hit, 1 left on
Mililani 6th--2 runs, 5 hits, 2 left on

Caguas 5th--3 up, 3 down
Mililani 5th--0 runs, 1 hit, 2 left on

Caguas 4th--3 up, 3 down
Mililani 4th--0 runs, 1 hit, 1 left on

Caguas 3rd--1 run, 3 hits, 2 left on (J. Rodriguez homerun)
Mililani 3rd--3 runs, 5 hits, 2 left on

Caguas 2nd--1 run, 3 hits, 2 left on
Mililani 2nd--2run, 2hit

Caguas 1st--0 runs, 1 hit, 1 left on
Mililani 1st--2 runs, 2 hits, (Gonzaga homerun)

Friday--Play Starts & Stops!
Caguas, PR 2, Mililani, HI 1--
After having to wait 16 hours to resume play tied at one, Caguas got an run-scoring single from Richard Cruz to score the winning run in the bottom of the fifth. Benjamin Gonzalez scored after leading off the inning with a double. The Caguas win forces an "If Necessary" game to decide the Division Championship. That game is scheduled to start approximately 4:00 pm.

East Cobb, GA 19, Evansvills East 3--East Cobb scored eight run on nine hits in the second inning, and never looked back on the way to 5-inning win. Jake Davies, Jarrett Didrick, and Alex Sherrod had homeruns for East Cobb, Sherrod's a grand slam. The win for the South Zone champs puts them into Saturday's title game.

Thursday--Little play, lots of rain!
The final elimination game was completed, but the Division Championship game is on hold. Lots of lightning and heavy rains moved through the Washington several times, forcing postponement of the action to Friday.

3:00pm--Evansville East, IN 12, Washington, 5--Evansville scored five runs on four Washington errors in the top of the third, then rolled on to a 12-5 win over the hosts. Evansville will face East Cobb in the Division Finals Friday afternoon, and face the daunting task of having to beat the Georgians twice to make it to Saturday's title game.

Wednesday--One down!
Okinawa, Japan 10, Caguas, PR 7, 10 innings--
They didn't want to go home! Caguas led 3-0, 6-3, and 7-6, but Okinawa tied it each time. Then, in the top of the 10th, Raymond Rodriguez doubled home one run, and Yovan Gonzalez singled home two more as Caguas moved to the Division championship game Thursday.

Second Round Action
Tuesday--East Cobb, GA , Washington, PA--Not much changed in this meeting between these two baseball programs. In three previous World Series meetings, East Cobb won each game convincingly. Convincing would be one word that could be used to describe Tuesday's win at Lew Hays PONY Field. Dominating would be another. East Cobb scored three in the first, then got a three-run homerun from Marcus Smith to break the game wide open. The South Zone champions move to the division finals Thursday night.

Evansville East, IN 7, Greenbriar, VA 2--Nathan Sansing hit a grand slam in the third for Evansville East, and teammate Bryan Camp hit a solo homerun to lead the North Zone champions past Greenbrier Baseball Association. The grand slam by Sansing is the second in this year's Series, the 25th all time. Evansville's Dean Stuckey held the East Zone champions to one earned run and six hits to get the win. Stuckey hit a two-run homerun in the seventh to seal the victory. Evansville East will play Washington game tomorrow night.

Monday-- Mililani, HI 8, Caguas, PR 3--Mililani took advantage of three Caguas errors and scored five runs in the sixth inning to break a 3-3 tie and move to Thursday's division championship game. Kyle Gonzaga struck out 10 batters and got the win, holding Caguas to four hits, only two after the first. The Hawaiians are trying to become the first Islanders to win the PONY League World Series since Maui won the 1980 championship in Davenport, IA.

Okinawa, Japan 5, Plum Borough, PA 3--The Asia-Pacific Zone champions staved off elimination, scoring twice in the top of the fifth to move move past the Host Area champions. Plum's second trip to the PONY League World Series ends with a disappointing 0-2 record. Okinawa will play Caguas Wednesday at 5:30 pm in a re-match of the Series' opening game.

Opening Round Games
East Cobb, GA 11, Evansville-East, IN. 3--Jake Davies struck out 14 Evansville East batters, leading East Cobb to the opening round win. Davies held the North Zone champions to just five hits over six innings, and hit a two-run home run in East Cobb's four-run sixth. Jarrett Didrick had three hits, including a fifth-inning triple.

Washington, PA 6, Greenbrier, VA 3--Mike Dammerow struck out 11 batters and Preston Linck drove in three runs leading the host team to the win. Linck had a two-run double in the 4th, plus an rbi single in the sixth to drive home the game's final run. Alex Kasmerczak hit a solo homerun in the fourth. Joe Ward had three hits for Washington, two of them doubles.

Saturday--Caguas, Puerto Rico 5, Okinawa, Japan 4--Caguas got a grand slam from Jonathan Rodriguez to come from behind to beat Okinawa in the opening game of the 53rd PONY League World Series. The grand slam is the 24th in the history of the World Series. Caguas had been held to just one hit through four innings before Rodriguez' homerun over the right field fence. Rodrigues then pitched the final 1 2/3 innings to get the save.

Mililani, Hawaii 12, Plum Borough, PA 0--An efficient offense and an outstanding pitching performance by Dustin Antolin led the West Zone champions to a convincing win Saturday night. Kanalu DeMello, T.J. Esclito and Waylen Sing Chow hit homeruns as Mililani scored runs in five of the seven innings. Seven different Mililani batters had rbi in the game.

WJPA Radio (1450 AM) World Series Radio Crew:
Mark Uriah
This is Mark's 21st PONY League World Series, starting in 1984. In addition to the World Series each year, Mark serves as play-by-play announcer for the Washington Wild Things, Washington & Jefferson College football, high school football, basketball, wrestling, hockey, baseball & softball.

Bob Gregg
Bob has been part of the sports staff at WJPA Radio for nearly 30 years. While a sophmore in high school, his broadcasting career began with PONY League World Series broadcast pioneer Pete Stanton. In addition to his play-by-play duties, Bob has served as the Chairman of the PONY League World Series since 1985.

WJPA-AM (1450) in Washington has been the play-by-play home for virtually every PONY League World Series game played in Washington. Hear the action live on-air or online!

Click Here to read about the 50+ year relationship between the PONY League World Series and Washington's Radio Station, WJPA.