SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (AP) -- Hawaii has won the Little League World Series, the fourth straight championship for the United States.
Tanner Tokunaga and Iolana Akau homered Sunday to lead the pint-sized players from Waipahu, Hawaii, in a 12-3 win over Matamoros, Mexico, for the title.
Hawaii also took advantage of several Mexico miscues, scoring runs off Mexico errors and a bases-loaded walk. Two other runs came in on passed balls.
Caleb Duhay struck out seven in five-plus innings for the win. Jesus Sauceda homered for Mexico, and Eduardo Rodriguez had a two-run single.
A team from Hawaii also won a Little League title in 2005.
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