The 2008 Little League World Series was the 4th Little League World Series in a row won by a team from the USA.
 August 15
- Tampa, FL 10, Rapid City, SD 0. Three Tampa hurlers combine on a no-hitter reduced to four innings by the mercy rule. Rapid City did load the bases at one points. Rapid City became the first South Dakotan team to play in a Little League World Series.
- Maracaibo, Zulia 8, White Rock, BC 1. Gustavo Perdomo has 3 hits and 3 RBI in an easy opening win for Venezuela.
- Waipahu, HI 3, Shelton, CT 1. Christian Donahue singles, advances on a passed ball, stole third and scored on a wild pitch in the fourth inning for the winning run. Caleb Duley got the win for Waipahu.
 August 16
- Hagerstown, MD 3, Jeffersonville, IN 2. Drew Ellis threw a no-hitter but lost thanks to a walk and error in the first and a hit batsman, walk and 4 wild pitches in the 5th. Ellis whiffed 11.
- Matamoros, Tamaulipas 6, Willemstad 2.
- Yona 7, Emilia-Romagna 6. Guam scores wice in the bottom of the 6th to rally in beating the Italians.
- Shelton, CT 9, Rapid City, SD 4.
- Tokyo 5, Dhahran 0
- Lake Charles, LA 5, Mill Creek, WA 1. Kennon Fontenot struck out 15 and tripled and singled to help Louisiana to victory.
 August 17
- Matamoros, Tamaulipas 12, Emilia-Romagna 0. Jesus Saucedo throws the first perfect game in a Little League World Series in 29 years, the 5th ever and the second ever by a Mexican hurler. He also goes 3 for 3 in a grand slam in a game shortened to four innings by the mercy rule. Saucedo strikes out all 12 Italian hitters.
- Tokyo 9, White Rock, BC 3. Takumni Ozeki whiffs 8 and hits a 2-run homer.
- Lake Charles, LA 9, Jeffersonville, IN 0. Trey Quinn strikes out 12 in a no-hitter, one of two on the day.
- Maracaibo, Zulia 12, Dhahran 0. Aroldo Sanchez allowes no runs in four and gets 3 hits and 3 RBI in the win.
- Waipahu, HI 4, Tampa, FL 2. Pikai Winchester drives in 3 and Tanner Tokunaga cracks a grand slam.
 August 18
- Mill Creek, WA 15, Hagerstown, MD 5.
- Matamoros, Tamaulipas 10, Yona 0.
- Waipahu, HI 6, Rapid City, SD 4.
- Willemstad 14, Emilia-Romagna 1.
- Tampa, FL 8, Shelton, CT 2.
 August 19
- Mill Creek, WA 3, Jeffersonville, IN 2. Alex Jondal singles home Jason Todd with 2 outs in the bottom of the 7th to keep the Mill Creek team's hopes alive.
- Hagerstown, MD 6, Lake Charles, LA 4. Despite winning, Hagerstown fails to advance to the semifinals due to a tiebreaker with Louisiana and Washington.
- White Rock, BC 7, Dhahran 5. Jake Hagen and Eric Watkins homer back-to-back in the 5th as part of a 5-run inning to give Canada the win.
- Willemstad 3, Yona 0. Tivon Faneyte allows no hits in five innings and drives in one to lead Curacao to a victory and move on to the semifinals.
- Tokyo 5, Maracaibo, Zulia 4. Tokyo scores twice in the 7th to edge out Venezuela; Yutaka Takeshita drives in the winner with a sacrifice fly.
 August 20
 August 21
 August 23
- Matamoros, Tamaulipas 5, Tokyo 4. Sergio Rodriguez homered as part of a 5-run third as Mexico tops Japan to advance to the finals.
- Waipahu, HI 7, Lake Charles, LA 5. Lake Charles led 5-1 after 5 but Hawaii rallied. 1B Gunner Leger lost track of a grounder by Christian Donahue, allowing Caleb Duhay to score the tying run. With two outs in the 6th, Tanner Tokunaga hit a 2-run double for the winning blow. Christian is the son of the team's coach, former minor leaguer Tim Donahue.
 August 24
- Waipahu, HI 12, Matamoros, Tamaulipas 3. Tanner Tokunaga homers twice and Iolana Akau once as Hawaii routs Mexico. Hawaii scores twice on passed balls and once on a bases-loaded walk. A US team wins the LLWS for the fourth time in a row.
- Tokyo 4, Lake Charles, LA 3. In the consolation game, each team scores 3 in the first. It is scoreless until the 5th. Peyton McLemore walks Tsuyoki Setoguchi to open the 5th and RP Kennon Fontenot walks two more to load the bases. A wild pitch then scores Setoguchi with the winner.
Source: Associated Press wire reports as printed in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette