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7/3/2013
 
 
HailThe Little League All Star Championship game between Quincy/Portola Allstars and Modoc at Greenville was moved to Quincy Tuesday evening because of the heavy thunderstorms that pummeled most of Plumas County. Feather River College baseball coach Jason Gay got the call to go to the college and ready the field. He said he had a bit of work to do when he arrived since the ballpark was covered with hail. The teams, however,  were able to play at the college facility for the championship.  Photo by Jason Gay
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