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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Feb. 4, 2015 11A Wrestling returns Two local coaches are revitalizing peewee wrestling in Quincy. Kids age kindergarten through eighth grade meet Mondays and Wednesdays at the lower gym at the high school. Families may register through the rec department or call coach Dustin Vert at 394-7349 for more details. From left: Rowdy Cottle, Ely AIIred, Russell Nickerson, Devin Vert and'coach Dustin Vert. Not pictured: Quincy High School coach Cody Clayton. 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"It's a good, friendly community involvement next year we see more competition and the stands across Plumas and Sierra involvement from the are packed with parents and counties, schools and residents in the supporters. The community Organizers said with the surrounding areas. I've also really comes together and loss of the Catholic Youth had merchants tell me it's makes for a good family Organization,student great for business because of outing as well." basketball leagues are being the influx of people who The teams kicked offthe revived and developed, come in for the games." season with the Feather including at five schools in According to organizers River Shootout on Dec. 5 - 7, the Portola, Quincy, there are two leagues in 2014. That tournament Loyalton, Downieville and play. The Feather River concludes Feb. 21. Greenville areas. League provides a viable The next big event is Feb. Currently, there are about opportunity within Plumas8 in Portola. 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