Maine-Endwell fans make the most of rain delay at LLWS

08.22.16 | Bob Price

Fans of the Maine-Endwell little league made the most of the rain delay at the Little League World Series Sunday.

Sunday was a washout in Williamsport. All fans of the team took cover anywhere they could and tried to find ways to pass the time.

They passed the time by playing in the mud, pokemon go and passing out paperwork for pictures.

"It's great. The buses have already got here. It's a community. It's like one big party," Alicia Abbadessa, whose son Jude plays on the team said. "Everyone is together, the fans are all together. We are just waiting for the game. We are just waiting for the boys to come out and play some ball."

Hiding under umbrellas and overhangs, everyone waited on an update. Water washed away any chance of playing and ushered in more anxiety for fans.

"Good weather obviously is a plus. So I guess if it's going to rain the later the better so it can dry up but I don't find any positive," Jacquie Mancini, mother of Michael said.

While the sun stayed away another kind of star took center stage. Star of the show "Fuller House" Candace Cameron Bure was in Williamsport sponsoring Canon cameras

"The weather is kind of a bummer," she said. "But everyone that is here despite the rain looks like they are have a great time and that is what it is all about. That's why I am here. I have three kids and we love sports. I am a mom and we support family events so and it brings joy to my hear to see all the kids."

Cameron Bure was scheduled to throw out the first pitch at the M-E game on Sunday. Unfortunately, she won't be there to do it on Monday. 

Maine-Endwell takes on a team from TN at 3pm today.  The game will be aired on ESPN.