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Commack South 12-year-olds hold their championship banner after (Credit: Handout)

Commack South 12-year-olds hold their championship banner after winning the District 34 championship. Friday marks the start of Long Island’s eight district champions competing for the sectional, state and regional titles -- potentially earning a spot as the Mid-Atlantic representative at this year’s 66th Little League World Series.

Meet LI's Little League district champs

Long Island's district champions are competing for the sectional, state and regional titles -- potentially earning a spot as the Mid-Atlantic representative at this year's 66th Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pa. Submit your photos of your Little Leaguers playing ball.

Plainview District 32 Champs

Plainview 12-year-olds hold their championship banner after winning

reader photosspulaskiPlainview 12-year-olds hold their championship banner after winning the District 32 championship. Friday marks the start of Long Island’s eight district champions competing for the sectional, state and regional titles -- potentially earning a spot as the Mid-Atlantic representative at this year’s 66th Little League World Series.

District 35 Champs

Sayville 12-year-olds hold their championship banner after winning

reader photosohoppemSayville 12-year-olds hold their championship banner after winning the District 35 championship. Friday marks the start of Long Island’s eight district champions competing for the sectional, state and regional titles -- potentially earning a spot as the Mid-Atlantic representative at this year’s 66th Little League World Series.

North Bellmore North Merrick Little League Rebels hold
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North Bellmore North Merrick Little League Rebels hold their championship banner after winning the District 31 championship. Friday marks the start of Long Island's eight district champions competing for the sectional, state and regional titles -- potentially earning a spot as the Mid-Atlantic representative at this year's 66th Little League World Series.

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New Hyde Park 12-year-olds hold their championship banner
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New Hyde Park 12-year-olds hold their championship banner after winning the District 29 championship. Friday marks the start of Long Island's eight district champions competing for the sectional, state and regional titles -- potentially earning a spot as the Mid-Atlantic representative at this year's 66th Little League World Series.

Port Washington District 28 champs

Port Washington 12-year-olds hold their championship banner after

reader photosportbaseballPort Washington 12-year-olds hold their championship banner after winning the District 28 championship. Friday marks the start of Long Island’s eight district champions competing for the sectional, state and regional titles -- potentially earning a spot as the Mid-Atlantic representative at this year’s 66th Little League World Series.

Commack South 12-year-olds hold their championship banner after
(Credit: Handout)

Commack South 12-year-olds hold their championship banner after winning the District 34 championship. Friday marks the start of Long Island’s eight district champions competing for the sectional, state and regional titles -- potentially earning a spot as the Mid-Atlantic representative at this year’s 66th Little League World Series.

Southampton 12-year-olds are the District 36 champions. Friday
(Credit: Handout)

Southampton 12-year-olds are the District 36 champions. Friday marks the start of Long Island’s eight district champions competing for the sectional, state and regional titles -- potentially earning a spot as the Mid-Atlantic representative at this year’s 66th Little League World Series.

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