FIRST PHOTO: Honolulu midfielder Kaikea Patoc-Young steals Michigan’s Cameron Thorning off a home run with an over-the-wall catch during the fourth inning of Honolulu’s 2-0 win over Taylor, Michigan in the Little League World Series on Wednesday in South Williamsport, Pennsylvania. Victory in the defensive, gem-filled game brought the Hawaii champions into the championship game of the Hank Aaron Bracket, scheduled for Saturday at 9:30 a.m. HST. The winner will meet the winner of the Tom Seaver bracket in the LLWS championship on Sunday at 9 a.m. HST. Both games will be televised on ABC. SECOND PHOTO: Honolulu’s Eli Iopa scores a mistake as Michigan pitcher Ethan Van Belle covers home during the second inning. Patoc-Young scored the other run of Honolulu in a wild place in the first. THIRD PHOTO: Honolulu’s Ryan Keanu delivers during the first inning. Keanu hit a one-hit shutout, hitting three no walks and one hit batter over six innings. Over 12 innings served at theLLWS, Keanu has allowed a run with three hits and no walks with 10 strikeouts.

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