1992 Texas State Little League® Tournament Results

Texas State Tournament

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Texas State Tournament
Host - Texas State LL Headquarters; Waco
At Marvin Norcross Stadium

Participating Teams:
Section 1 Champions
Section 2 Champions
Section 3 Champions
Section 4 Champions
Section 5 Champions
Section 6 Champions
Section 7 Champions
Section 8 Champions
Pecos (District 4)
Abilene Key City (District 5)
Oak Ridge-Woodlands Area National (District 28)
Austin Western Hills (District 11)
Houston North Shore (District 17)
Houston Sagemont-Beverly Hills (District 15)
San Antonio Northwest (District 19)
Robstown (District 23)

Tournament Results:

Opening Round:
Houston Sagemont-Beverly Hills 13, Pecos 1
Robstown 4, Abilene Key City 1
Oak Ridge-The Woodlands National 10, Austin Western Hills 3
Houston North Shore 6, San Antonio Northwest 1

Loser's Bracket - Round 1 (eight teams remain):
Pecos 12, Abilene Key City 3 (elim.)
Austin Western Hills 11, San Antonio Northwest 5 (elim.)

Winner's Bracket Semifinals:
Houston Sagemont-Beverly Hills 12, Robstown 6
Oak Ridge-The Woodlands National 6, Houston North Shore 1

Loser's Bracket Quarterfinals (six teams remain):
Austin Western Hills 6, Robstown 1 (elim.)
Pecos 6, Houston North Shore 4 (7 innings; elim.)

Loser's Bracket Semifinals (four teams remain):
Pecos 7, Austin Western Hills 6 (elim.)

Winner's Bracket Finals:
Oak Ridge-The Woodlands National 6, Houston Sagemont-Beverly Hills 1

Loser's Bracket Finals (three teams remain):
Houston Sagemont-Beverly Hills 6, Pecos 4 (elim.)

Championship Series:
Houston Sagemont-Beverly Hills d. Oak Ridge-The Woodlands National
Houston Sagemont-Beverly Hills 1, Oak Ridge-The Woodlands National 0 (TITLE)


In the first double-elimination Texas state tournament, Houston Sagemont-Beverly Hills dropped a 6-1 decision to Oak Ridge-The Woodlands National, then came back later in the tournament to beat them twice for the title. In the tourney's final game, Oak Ridge pitcher Chad Armstrong took a perfect game into the sixth inning, but three errors allowed Sagemont-Beverly Hills to score the game's only run. Brian Coyle pitched a complete game shutout for the victors. Texas officials were able to change the state tournament's format from single- to double-elimination by reducing the number of teams that compete in the tournament from sixteen to eight, and by replacing the two-team bi-district matchups that directly precede the state tournament with four-team sectional tournaments.

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