WARNER ROBINS — There was no ticket to Williamsport, Pa. riding on the outcome of Sundays games at Little League Southeast Park. There werent even bragging rights.
But neither that nor early afternoon rain dampened the spirit of the four teams participating in the Challenger Division doubleheader, held for the second straight year on the same field that will determine who represents the Southeast during the Little League World Series this month.
The Challenger Division is a way Little League ensures that anyone who wants to participate gets a chance to pick up a bat and a glove and step onto the baseball diamond, said Jen Colvin, the Little League Southeastern Region director, even if the child in question has special needs.
Our program goes from 5-18 and includes softball, baseball and the