Tiebreaking games will begin after the final season game has been played and a complete day off.
1. Should two teams tie for a playoff position in the final regular season, they shall play one game. A coin toss shall determine home team.
2. Should three teams tie for a playoff position in the final regular season, they shall compete in a three-way playoff series. A Little League Board member shall meet with the three coaches and have three sheets of paper with a single letter written on each sheet. These letters will read A, B and C. The coaches will choose one sheet each, and according to the following schedule, each team will play the other two teams.
First day: A at B
Second day: B at C
Third day: C at A
Any team winning both games is awarded the highest position with the 1-1 team placed in the second highest standing, and the 0-2 team receiving the lowest position.
3. Should all three teams finish 1-1 in this series, then the following formula will be used, step by step, as a tiebreaker:
1. Overall runs allowed in the two game series. If a team wins 5-3 and loses 8-4 in the series, that team has allowed 11 runs in their two game series.
2. Run differential between opponents in the two game series (i.e. if a team wins 4-1 (+3 differential) and loses the second game 3-2 (-1 differential), their run differential for the series is a +2.
3. Coin flip.