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In recent years, Washington D.C.'s leagues have met in a double-elimination tournament to determine the District's champion. In most Little League baseball and softball divisions, this winner then competes as a district champion within the Maryland tournament structure. For the major baseball division, the District's champion advances to the Mid-Atlantic Region tournament in Bristol, Connecticut, where the D.C. champion competes against winners from five neighboring states for the right to advance to the Little League World Series in South Williamsport, Pennsylvania.
No District of Columbia league has ever reached the Little League World Series. Capitol City Little League has twice reached the semifinal round in a region tournament, losing in extra innings to eventual region champion Toms River East American Little League (New Jersey) in the 1999 Eastern Region tournament and dropping a one-run decision to eventual Little League World Series qualifier South Caroline Little League (Preston, Maryland) in the 2004 Mid-Atlantic Region tournament.
Click to view a timeline showing the evolution of the District of Columbia's Little League tournament structure.
|Australian Region||Mid-Atlantic Region||Southeast Region|
|Canadian Region||Midwest Region||Southwest Region|
|Great Lakes Region||New England Region||Western Region|
|Japanese Region||Northwest Region|
|Connecticut||Maryland||Texas (East and West)|
|District of Columbia||Michigan||Wisconsin|
|Central Region||Southern Region||Western Region|
|Region 1||Region 4||Region 7|
|Region 2||Region 5||Region 8|
|Region 3||Region 6|