Loudoun South demolishes team at LLWS

Ben Krimmel
August 18, 2019 - 1:37 pm
Loudoun South Little League wins second game at Little League World Series.

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The Little League World Series rolls on and so do the team from Loudoun County.

The South Riding, VA kids easily dispatched the Coon Rapids, Minnesota squad 11-0 in a four-inning mercy-rule shortened game.

The Loudoun lads scored three in the first inning on a Liam Thyen three-run double before scoring five more in the second inning, including a pair on a  Colton Hicks double.

Virginia pitcher Justin Lee finished without allowing a single hit to the Minnesota, for the second-straight no-hitter.

A bit of history was made Sunday when Minnesota turned to Maddy Freking in relief. Freking became just the sixth girl to pitch at the LLWS.

However, there was no stopping the Loudoun South squad.

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