The celebration for the Warner Robins Little League players continues. Mossy Creek Middle School welcomed home it's 8 students who played in the world series.
The chant "Warner Robins All Stars, let's go gators" could have been heard for miles as Mossy Creek students welcomed back their all-stars.
"It felt pretty cool to have that many people behind your back, just supporting you and keeping you in their prayers," says Warner Robins All-Star Little Leaguer Logan Morris.
These kids say playing in the Little League World Series is an experience they'll never forget.
"It was a dream come true for me, I've always dreamed about it since I was a little kid," says WRALL player Dillon Toms.
Head Coach Buddy Deal says he couldn't be more honored to be a part of the team.
"They learned how to represent themselves away from their family and friends, they took their core values that they had learned and applied them and I couldn't be more proud of them," says Deal.
Eighty countries participated in the Little League World Series, with more than six thousand teams competing, and more than two million little leaguers from around the world.