Loudoun South throws consecutive no-hitters, crushes Minnesota in Little League World Series

Brody Harris #14 of the Southeast Region team from South Riding, Virginia fields a ground ball during Game 2 of the 2019 Little League World Series against the New England Region team from Barrington, Rhode Island at Lamade Stadium on Friday, August ((Photo by Alex Trautwig/MLB Photos via Getty Images))

Loudoun South cruised to victory again Sunday at the Little League World Series, crushing Minnesota 11-0 in another combined no-hitter.

Umpires called the game in the middle of the 4th inning due to Little League's mercy rule.

Loudoun South is the sixth team to throw consecutive no-hitters in the tournament. They also no-hit Rhode Island on Friday.

The team from South Riding, Va. remains undefeated and is now one step closer to the national championship. The tournament is double-elimination until the U.S. final.

Loudoun South is the first team from Virginia to make the Little League World Series in 25 years.