2000 Little League World Series

2000 Little League World Series

Infobox LLWS
Start_date=August 20
End_date=August 26
Champion=flagicon|VEN|1930 Sierra Maestra Little League
Maracaibo, Venezuela
Runnerup=flagicon|USAflagicon|Texas Bellaire Little League
Bellaire, Texas
The by|2000 Little League World Series took place August 20 and August 26 in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. The Sierra Maestra Little League of Maracaibo, Venezuela defeated Bellaire Little League of Bellaire, Texas in the championship game of the 54th Little League World Series.


Infobox LLWSQualifiers-Pre2001
US_Central_qualifier=flagicon|Iowa Davenport, IA
Canada_qualifier=flagicon|CANflagicon|Ontario Toronto
High Park
US_East_qualifier=flagicon|New Hampshire Goffstown, NH
Europe_qualifier=flagicon|KSA Dhahran
US_South_qualifier=flagicon|Texas Bellaire, TX
Far_East_qualifier=flagicon|JPN Tokyo
Far East
US_West_qualifier=flagicon|Washington Vancouver, WA
Hazel Dell
Latin_America_qualifier=flagicon|VEN|1930 Maracaibo
Latin America
Sierra Maestra

Pool play

August 21

Elimination round

24 August|flagicon|JPN Tokyo, Japan|4|flagicon|VEN|1930 Maracaibo, Venezuela |5
24 August|flagicon|Iowa Davenport, Iowa|0|flagicon|Texas Bellaire, Texas |8
26 August|flagicon|VEN|1930 Maracaibo. Venezuela |3|flagicon|USAflagicon|Texas Bellaire, Texas|2

ee also

*Little League

External links

* [http://www.littleleague.org/series/history/year/2000.htm 2000 Little League World Series]

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