Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-09-13 03:20:18 –
From boys to men in front of you.
Honolulu-aka HNL Boys-participated in the Little League World Series Championship Weekend.
Starting pitcher Ryan Kianu is a spectacular play made by the defense behind him to defeat Honolulu 2-0 against Taylor, Michigan and advance to the championship game at Hank Aaron Bracket in South. Thanks to that, William Sports, Michigan allowed only one hit on Wednesday.
Kaikea Patoc-Young and Eli Iopa scored a run in Honolulu. Honolulu will play Saturday at 9:30 am Hawaii time and have the chance to play in the LLWS title game.
Keanu allowed Michigan’s only hit at the top of the top of the fifth inning, ending with no walks and three strikeouts as he moved the distance.
Due to Patoc-Young’s hustle and bass aggression, Honolulu first appeared on the board.
He doubled the single, making one to the bottom of one and taking a 1-0 lead in Michigan’s second wild pitch.
Honolulu led 2-0 at the top of the top of the fourth inning, with Patok Young defensively giving him a defensive presence, grabbing a home run Cameron Thorning over the central wall and saving the run.
This was one of many defensive highlights for Honolulu, who made only one error in the last two games.
Honolulu won three games in the LLWS with a total score of 22-4.
Saturday’s match against the winner between Michigan and Texas will air on ABC.
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