It was all Central Accomack in Monday’s Little League World Series game in Easley, South Carolina, defeating Delaware, the Eastern Regional Champions 6-1.

Luke Parks scored in the top of the first inning from second on an Everett Savage single, which gave Central Accomack a lead they never gave up.

In the third inning, Luke Parks scored for the second time on an error by Delaware second baseman Campbell. On the next at bat, Tyler Greene knocked Everett Savage in on a hard ground ball to right center field, giving Central Accomack a 3-1 lead.

Delaware got on the board in the bottom of the 3rd inning when they scored on a fielders choice ground ball to Dylan Ross who got the put out at first base on the play.

In the top of the 5th, Everett Savage scored when Zykeese Davis hit into a fielders choice to short stop, giving Central Accomack a 4-1 lead.

Luke Parks continued his strong offensive performance in the top of the 6th when he hit a single to center field with runners on 2nd and 3rd, which scored both Brandon Adamos and Jacob Meilhammer, increasing the lead to 6-1. Parks finished the game with a 3-4 performance, with 2 RBIs and 2 runs scored.

The star of the game was Cade Williams, who took the mound for Central Accomack and delivered a complete game, pitching 7 innings, allowing 5 hits, 1 run, while striking out 4 and walking 1 batter.

Another plus for the Central Accomack team was a strong defensive performance, the team notched no errors in Monday afternoon’s game, after a defensive performance against Hawaii Saturday that was shaky at times.

Coach Ricky Parks told WESR contributor Price Atkinson the performance by the team brought tears to his eyes:


Right fielder Everett Savage said Williams always shows up to play:


And the man of the hour, Cade Williams, said to pitch a complete game in the Senior League World Series feels amazing:


Central Accomack now sets its sights on the South Carolina D1 team from Easley. They fell to Delaware Saturday 9-8, but defeated Madison, Wisconsin Monday 7-2. Game time is currently scheduled for 4:00 PM Wednesday.

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