LLWS moves Pa. game to prime time

SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. -- Little League has pushed back the start time of the World Series game Monday involving Clinton County, Pa., by four hours to 8 p.m., because of expectations for another large crowd.

The Keystone league team from Clinton County plays just 30 miles away from South Williamsport.

Little League officials said Sunday they made the switch based on the recommendations from law enforcement to help with crowds, traffic control and security.

Pennsylvania's opponent will be Louisiana, which lost to Montana 3-1 Sunday afternoon. The game originally scheduled for 8 p.m., featuring Georgia and either California or Kentucky was moved to 4 p.m.

Pennsylvania's series debut Friday night drew a World Series record 41,848 fans. The Keystone game Saturday drew 37,000 -- an unusually large crowd so early in the 11-day tournament.

Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.