The Warner Robins Little Leaguers won their last game in the Southeast Regional Little League tournament on Monday, and now they're getting ready for another win-or-go-home match-up tonight in the semi-finals.
You can catch the boys in action at 6 p.m. at the Southeastern Regional Complex or follow the score inning-by-inning on 13wmaz.com.
The team takes the field against Virginia, and if they win they'll play in the finals on Friday.
You can follow all the tournament play on Twitter under the handle #WRALL.
Shortstop and pitcher, Leyton Pinckney says they had a rocky start in the first game of the regionals, and he was glad to have the first game under his belt.
"It's a bunch of jitters nervous I mean so many people were there I was just glad to get out of that game and move on." says Pinckney.
Kody Winner, second baseman and pitcher for the Warner Robins Little League team says they've got the talent to make it all the way.
"We're practicing a ton, we've got great coaches I think we'll do good." explains Winner.
This talented bunch were only eight years old when they cheered on the first Warner Robins Little League team to win the World Series.
"I never thought in a million years that I would ever get the chance to play there, it's crazy, I'm just trying to keep working hard to get there." says Pinckney.
"I didn't it never really rang a bell in my head, it's so exciting to be there, first we're going to have to make it there but I think we have the talent." says Winner.
Coach Martin Pinckney says it's now their time to shine.
"It's a different team, different kids you know different dynamics of the team you know this has to be our run and see what we can do, and not worry too much about the historic you know how teams have done in the past." says Coach Pinckney.
Winner says they don't have any superstitious good luck rituals, but he says they do start every game the same way.
"We pray a lot and I think that's probably the most important thing." explains Winner.
And the boys say they're not nervous for their next game.
"My mom is probably more nervous than I am." says Winner.
"We just got to go out there and take it game-by-game and keep working hard, and hopefully if we keep working hard we'll get there." says Pinckney.