The 1960s were an extraordinary decade for Little League Baseball in Pennsylvania. The decade opened with a burgeoning suburban community -- a baby-boom era Levittown -- winning the World Series title, and it closed with a spectacular homecoming by the Williamsport Newberry team that won state and regional tournament titles in 1969. In between, Levittown won two more titles, Connellsville won the first of its record six crowns, and Newtown-Edgmont also earned a trip to Howard J. Lamade Stadium and the Little League World Series.
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State Champions of the 1960s
1969 - Newberry (Williamsport)
1968 - North Pittsburgh
1967 - Newtown-Edgmont (Newtown Square)
1966 - Huntingdon
1965 - Levittown American
1964 - Connellsville
1963 - Connellsville
1962 - Back Mountain (Dallas)
1961 - Levittown American
1960 - Levittown American
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