How to Watch the Little League Softball World Series Regionals on July 25 | Stream, Start Times, Preview

More teams will be eliminated from Little League Softball World Series contention on Monday across the US, while the Central Region begins its tournament.

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Beardstown (IL) vs. Omaha (NE)

  • Time: 10 am ET
  • Where: Central Region Headquarters (Whitestown, Ind.)
  • Streaming: ESPN+

Floyd’s Knob (IN) vs. Polk City (IA)

  • Time: 1pm ET
  • Where: Central Region Headquarters (Whitestown, Ind.)
  • Streaming: ESPN+

Clare (MI) vs. Columbia (MO)

  • Time: 4pm ET
  • Where: Central Region Headquarters (Whitestown, Ind.)
  • Streaming: ESPN+

Ashland (KY) vs Boardman (OH)

  • Time: 7pm ET
  • Where: Central Region Headquarters (Whitestown, Ind.)
  • Streaming: ESPN+

Florence (SC) vs Salisbury (NC)

  • Time: 11 am ET
  • Where: Little League Southeast Park (Warner Robins, Ga.)
  • Streaming: ESPN+

One of the Carolina teams will be sent home on Monday.

After felling good with a tournament-opening win on Saturday, Salisbury’s offense did not show up until it was too late against Dudley (GA) on Sunday. The North Carolina team found themselves trailing by four heading into the sixth. Though they got runs from Morgan Efird and Kayla Burns, with Josophina Huynh picking the team’s lone RBI, Salisbury lost 4-2.

Florence needed the day of rest on Sunday after getting thrashed by Niceville (FL) on Saturday. They only trailed by a run after two innings, but seven runs in the third and fourth innings put Florence well behind. Despite scoring three in the bottom of the sixth, they still fell 13-4. Paityn Daniels provided one of the highlights in the regional opener, driving in a pair of runs with a triple in the sixth.

Hedgesville (WV) vs Niceville (FL)

  • Time: 2pm ET
  • Where: Little League Southeast Park (Warner Robins, Ga.)
  • Streaming: ESPN+

Niceville is facing elimination for the first time in their tournament after losing 8-0 to Chesterfield (VA) on Sunday. The Floridian squad mustered up just one hit in the loss, and is hoping to get things going at the plate to stay alive.

With their season on the line, Hedgesville came up with a huge offensive output against Erwin (TN) on Sunday. After carrying a five-run lead into the top of the sixth, the team from West Virginia put up a six-spot, and held Tennessee off the board to pick up an 11-0 win. Chloe Frankhouser had herself a game, going 3-4, bringing in three runs in the process.

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Capitol City (DC) vs. Georgetown (DE)

  • Time: 4pm ET
  • Where: A. Bartlett Giamatti Little League Leadership Training Center (Bristol, Conn.)
  • Streaming: ESPN+

Capitol City is happy to have a day off after a disastrous start to the tournament, where they were hammered 29-0 by Delmar (MD), where the team did not register a single hit in the three innings before the mercy rule.

Georgetown had a collapse in the final inning against Toms River (NJ) on Sunday, as they allowed gave up a 2-1 lead by allowing five runs in the sixth. Georgetown was unable to get anything going in the bottom-half of the frame, falling 6-2.

Moscow (PA) vs Massapequa (NY)

  • Time: 7pm ET
  • Where: A. Bartlett Giamatti Little League Leadership Training Center (Bristol, Conn.)
  • Streaming: ESPN+

A tough fifth inning prevented Moscow in their first game of the tournament against Georgetown (DE). After tying the game at three in the third inning, Delaware’s team put five runs across home plate to come away with an 8-3 win. Cameron Forgione was the star of the game for Moscow, going 2-2 with a couple of runs batted in.

Despite a great pitching performance from Iogen Eaton, Massapequa was unable to come away victorious against Delmar (MD). The team from Delaware was able to score four runs on just two hits in the fifth inning, and though the New York squad wouldn’t go quietly, they still ended up with a 4-2 loss. Sara Borgia led the team with two hits.

Tiverton (RI)/Canton (MA) vs. Milford (CT)/Colchester (VT)

  • Time: 1pm ET
  • Where: A. Bartlett Giamatti Little League Leadership Training Center (Bristol, Conn.)
  • Streaming: ESPN+
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Needville (TX-East) vs. Kenner (LA)

  • Time: 11 am ET
  • Where: Marvin Norcross Stadium (Waco, Texas)
  • Streaming: ESPN+

A huge first inning for Needville sent them on a path to their first victory of the regionals on Sunday. The Texas East squad brought in five runs in the opening frame, highlighted by a Chaise Roehling triple. While Albuquerque tried to cut away at the lead, Needville scored three more on their way to a 9-2 win. Roehling ended the game going 2-4 with a pair of RBIs.

Louisiana was one of the few teams that did not play on the opening day of regional action.

Colorado Springs (CO) vs Albuquerque (NM)

  • Time: 2pm ET
  • Where: Marvin Norcross Stadium (Waco, Texas)
  • Streaming: ESPN+

After their loss to Needville (TX-East), New Mexico finds themselves on the brink of elimination. They are going to need a better start than their game on Sunday. Though the team picked up eight hits, Albuquerque was able to only have two cross home plates in the 9-2 loss. Athena Joyce and Ava Benavidez each had two hits in the losing effort.

Colorado Springs did not have the best of times in their tournament opener, as they were mercied 16-1 by Hewitt (TX-West). Their lone run came in the third inning when Madalyn Mitchell drove into Audrey Duncan.

Cedar City (UT) vs. Cave Creek (AZ)

  • Time: 3pm ET
  • Where: Al Houghton Stadium (San Bernardino, Calif.)
  • Streaming: ESPN+

Cedar City used the day off on Sunday to try and forget about their rough 16-1 loss at the hands of Hilo (HI) on Saturday. Their lone run came in the third inning, when Hayden Bunnell scored for the Utah squad.

Cave Creek comes into Monday’s slate of action after suffering their first loss of the tournament. The Arizona squad only picked up three hits against La Verne (S-CA), and allowed five runs in the third and fourth innings on their way to a 10-0 loss.

Chico (N-CA) vs. Hilo (HI)

  • Time: 7pm ET
  • Where: Al Houghton Stadium (San Bernardino, Calif.)
  • Streaming: ESPN+

Though they came into the tournament with momentum, Chico received a rude awakening in their first game against Cave Creek (AZ), and now their season is on the line. The Northern California squad found themselves trailing by five early, and though they would get a run themselves, they were not able to recover, losing 12-1. Reese Brunemeyer was the lone bright spot in the game for Chico, going 2-3 with an RBI.

After a huge win in their first game against Cedar City on Saturday, Hilo’s offense was not the same against Ely (NV) on Sunday. Despite a solid first few innings from Madelyn Awaya’s pitch, the Hawaii squad gave up three runs in the fourth inning. Jessica Garza scored in the fifth, but Hilo still lost 4-1.

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Lewiston (ID) vs Billings (MT)

  • Time: 12pm ET
  • Where: Al Houghton Stadium (San Bernardino, Calif.)
  • Streaming: ESPN+

Lewiston will look to regroup to keep their tournament alive after a tough game against Hermiston (OR) on Saturday. The Idahoan squad were unable to get a single baserunner, giving up 17 runs in the mercy rule defeat.

Despite cashing in some runs early in their regional opener against Issaquah (WA), Billings was unable to keep up with their opposition’s offense. A couple of mistakes allowed the Washington side to pour it on, leading to a mercy rule loss for Montana’s squad, losing 13-3.

Gillette (WY) vs. Palmer (AK)

  • Time: 10pm ET
  • Where: Al Houghton Stadium (San Bernardino, Calif.)
  • Streaming: ESPN+

Gillette is licking their wounds after falling to Issaquah (WA) on Saturday. A few walks and a couple of errors put the team from Wyoming down by eight after the opening inning, and Issaquah was able to add a few more the rest of the way to win 15-0. Gillette will be looking for their first baserunner of regions on Monday.

Palmer’s first game of the tournament did not go exactly how they planned. In taking on Hermiston (OR), the Alaskan squad fell behind by two in the first inning, before allowing eight more runs by the fourth, falling to the mercy rule, losing 10-0. Palmer will look to try and get their first hit of the regionals on Monday.

For full regional schedule and results, visit LittleLeague.org

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