The All-Stars beat a team from Greenville, NC, 4-3 Wednesday, now they're home, soaking up their success.
"We've been working hard since day one, practice, practice, practice. Once it's game time, we know what we're doing," said player Logan Allen.
The group of 13 year-olds have played together since they were 7-years old and now, their hard work is paying off. After taking their place at the top of their game Wednesday, back home, they climbed on top of a city fire truck for their victory lap.
"This is great for the community, it's a baseball town and they love it," said Team Manager Jerry East.
Fans cheered and showed the team just how much they cared as they lined the parade route. Even younger players showed up in droves, hoping to one day follow in their footsteps.
"It's awesome they won the world series," a young player called out from the crowd.
"It makes me feel special to have someone looking out for me," player Diego Vargas said.
The team admits it wasn't smooth sailing, the boys hit a few bumps in the road.
"I broke my arms that set me back a little bit," said Vargas.
But together, they got back on track.
"It's amazing this was their dream to get to a world series and win it and I get to be along for the ride, it's an awesome, awesome feeling," East added.
Even with a world series championship under their belts, the champs say they are far from done.
When asked what's next, players replied, "More baseball!"