The Williamsburg Revolution all-stars went 0-4 in pool play and were eliminated from the 2014 Cal Ripken 10-year-old World Series in Winchester.

Revolution played Aug. 9 and 10, and waited through two days of rained out play at the event at Yost Field, Jim Barnett Park before playing morning and afternoon games on Aug. 13.

"There is no consolation bracket," said Revolution manager Bobby Wilson. "They take the top six teams out of 10 out of pool play into the bracket play."

Revolution fell to Sarasota, Fla., 12-2 on Aug. 9 and to Southeast Lexington, Ky., 10-3 on Aug. 10. Kentucky scored six runs in the sixth inning. Price Whitaker's two hits and two runs batted in were highlights for Revolution.

A close game the morning of Aug. 13 went to Manoa, Hawaii, 4-3. Hawaii scored three runs in the third inning. Revolution was led by Jayden Jones with two hits and Bobby Wilson's five strikeouts in six innings of pitching.

In the afternoon, CLCF Cranston, R.I., ousted Revolution 10-4 after scored six runs in the fifth inning. Bobby Wilson had two hits for Revolution and Luke Hanson notched six strikeouts in four innings on the mound.

"We definitely did not play to our potential there," Revolution coach Brent Whitaker said. "I don't know if it was nerves or not."

Whitaker said hopes that the rain delay would help rest pitchers may have hurt.

"I guess it ended up taking us out of our rhythm a little bit," he said. "I felt like we were competitive with most of the baseball teams there. We didn't know coming into this what we were up against, didn't have a measuring stick to know what the level of baseball would be.

"If not for the bad breaks and some errors, we'd still be playing there."

Williams can be reached by phone at 757-247-4644.

Scores

Aug. 9: Sarasota, FL 12, Williamsburg, VA 2

Revolution MVP: Kevin Cole

Aug. 10: S.E. Lexington, KY 10, Williamsburg, VA 3

Revolution MVP: Price Whitaker

Aug. 13: Manoa, HI 4, Williamsburg, VA 3

Revolution MVP: Luke Hanson

Aug. 13: CLCF Cranston, RI, 10, Williamsburg, VA 4

Revolution MVP: Bobby Wilson