Well it was a great run for the boys from Lafayette Louisiana but unfortunately they were eliminated from the Little League World Series last night in Williamsport, Pa.

The Lafayette boys fell in a hole early and never could get their bats going leading to there defeat and elimination.

The game was televised on ESPN 2 last night and was played in front of over 25,ooo fans.

Brandon Miller homered and combined with starter Landon Breon on a no-hitter, leading the Little League World Series' hometown favorites from Clinton County, Pa., to a 10-0 rout Monday night against Lafayette, La.

Miller led off the bottom of the first inning with a drive to the hill packed with fans behind the right-field wall. Pennsylvania tacked on seven more runs in the second, more than enough cushion for Breon.

The partisan fans saluted the Keystone Little League All-Stars from Clinton County with chants of "Keystone! Keystone!" following their latest victory. They play home games just 30 miles from South Williamsport.

Breon struck out two and walked three before Miller came on for the last two outs. The game ended after the top of the fourth due to Little League's 10-run rule.

Source: ESPN

Well they might not have made it all the way but it was a great accomplishment just to make it to the World Series alone.  The Lafayette boys should be proud because i know the folks in Louisiana are for sure!!!