Last Friday the Splendora Little League T-Ball All Stars left Splendora with a police escort for Center, Texas. After a season of 10-1 and then undefeated in the District and Regional Series, hopes were high for the World Series Game. All weekend long the 5 and 6-year-olds played ball with everything they had. The hard work paid off as they brought home the World Series trophy after winning all 8 games. They played against not just Texas teams, but also Arkansas and Louisiana teams. The close to triple digit heat had no bearing. About 11 pm Monday night with police and fire escorts, the team ad their families returned to Splendora to be met by close to 100 supporters of the community and the team. Most of the youngsters were extremely tired after the long trip home tonight. One little guy rolled out onto the ground from his father’s vehicle and still remained asleep. Once the crowd woke him up, he scampered back into the vehicle to continues his sleep. Montgomery County Precinct 4 Constable Rowdy Hayden said everyone is proud of the boys but added this has been a baseball week for East Montgomery County. This after New Caney High Graduate and resident Adam Dunn was inducted into the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame last weekend. This after his 8-seasons with the Reds.