Fairfield American Little League from Connecticut kept its undefeated record alive after a close call in its first game of the Little League World Series, in Williamsport Pa. Fairfield, the New England champions, held off Mid-Atlantic winners, Holbrook Little League of Jackson, N.J., 7-6 in both teams’ opener Thursday afternoon. Fairfield had 11 hits in...
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