Loudoun South will be competing in the Little League World Series Wednesday in Williamsport.
Let's take a look at the current National that once took part in the iconic tournament.
Stevenson starred for Lafayette Louisiana's Little League squad back in 2005 ahead of his time at LSU. According to KPEL 96.5, Stevenson was pivotal in helping his club make it to Williamsport. Down 8-1 against Owensboro (Ky.) Southern, the Lafayette Little Leaguers rallied and overcame a 7-run deficit, breaking an 8-8 tie in the sixth inning.
The winning run?
Scored by Andrew Stevenson.
#Nats Andrew Stevenson told great story of how exciting #LLWS was for him and his Louisiana team. They made it to the semifinals before losing to Hawaii. He said he was an 11 year old 4 foot 9 first baseman. One of smallest kids on team. Said he had so much fun in Williamsport— Byron Kerr (@masnKerr) August 9, 2019
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