Chula VIsta, Calif.'s Grant Holman, center, is swarmed by celebrating teammates after hitting a three-run home run off Westport, Conn., pitcher Max Popken in the ninth inning of a baseball game at the Little League World Series tournament in South Williamsport, Pa., Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2013. The team from Chula Vista, Calif., won 6-3. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)
The Eastlake All-Stars, aka West Regional champs, advanced to the U.S. Championship game after winning 3-6 against Westport, Conn., Wednesday.
Now it appears the Chula Vista, Calif. team will face Connecticut again in the match to decide the national champs.
On Friday, Westport earned a 14-13 win over Washington in extra innings.
Now, the teams will meet again for Saturday's 3:30 p.m. Championship game at Lamade Stadium.
Yard signs have been populating in the community of Eastlake in the South Bay since the Eastlake All-Stars earned the West Regional championship title in San Bernardino two weeks ago.
The signs tout "Find a Way" - the team's slogan that has helped them get to Williamsport, Penn. and just one game from playing in the Little League World Series.
The Eastlake Little League All-Stars roster includes Grant Holman, Jake Espinoza, Micah Wiggs, Michael Gaines, Kevin Bateman, Rennard Williams, Dominic Haley, Charly Peterson, Giancarlo Cortez, Nick Mora, Patrick Archer and Ricky Tibbett.