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Oklahoma little league batter consoles tearful opposing pitcher after being hit in head during LLWS qualifier

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Little Leaguer consoles pitcher after getting hit in the head (1:19)

Texas pitcher Kaiden Shelton is visibly shaken after hitting Oklahoma's Isaiah Jarvis in the head, but Jarvis shows incredible sportsmanship by consoling him after the incident. (1:19)

WACO, Texas -- A little league batter rose after being hit in the head to console the upset pitcher who threw the pitch during a Little League regional tournament game Tuesday in Waco, Texas.

The dramatic scene unfolded during a Little League Southwest Regional Playoff final.

Right-hander Kaiden Shelton of Pearland, Texas, was facing batter Isaiah Jarvis of Tulsa, Oklahoma, on Tuesday when an 0-2 pitch got away from him and slammed into Jarvis' helmet. Jarvis fell to the ground clutching his head as his concerned coaches ran to his aid.

After a few moments, Jarvis' head cleared enough for him to walk unaided to first base. Meantime, Shelton stood on the mound staring at the ground in tears over what happened.

After a moment, Jarvis walked to the mound and put his arms around Shelton, telling him, "Hey, you're doing great. Let's go." Shelton's teammates and coach gathered around the pair to join in consoling the young righty.

The gesture drew a standing ovation. Pearland went on to beat Tulsa 9-4 and advance to the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, starting next week.