The Hawkeye State has made magic at the Little League level for the second time in three years, as an Iowa team prepares for a trip to Williamsport, Pennsylvania.

The Grandview Little League from Des Moines defeated Fargo, North Dakota 7-4 Saturday to advance to the Little League World Series. According to Bleacher Report, Grandview led 7-0 after five innings. Fargo scored four runs in the sixth but did not have an extra-base hit during the game.

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Grandview will play a team from Staten Island, New York in the first round. It will be played at the Little League World Series Thursday afternoon at 2 p.m., Iowa time. The game will be televised by ESPN.

A team from Johnston, Iowa made it to the Little League World Series in 2016. They won a pair of games during that season's double-elimination tournament. The last team from eastern Iowa to make it to Williamsport was Davenport Northwestern in 2005.