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New Jersey State Champions in the 1960s


West New York American made four trips to the New Jersey State Tournament in the 1960s, and came away with three state titles. The 1966 squad also captured the Eastern Region Tournament and reached the Little League World Series championship game, while the 1967 club came within a game of returning to South Williamsport. West New York's three state titles remained the state record for most championships until Nottingham won its fourth championship in 1993. Nottingham's first title came in 1969.

Tenafly also recorded back-to-back titles in the 1960s, and Pitman advanced to the Little League World Series semifinals in 1962.

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State Champions of the 1960s

1969 - Nottingham (Hamilton Square)
1968 - Wallington
1967 - West New York American
1966 - West New York American
1965 - Margate City
1964 - Tenafly
1963 - Tenafly
1962 - Pitman
1961 - Sayreville
1960 - West New York American


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