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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, April 24, 2013 3C Portola High School softball players Dayna Cormany and Alli Ramelli stand on each side of a gaggle of Little League players at the softball clinic hosted by the high school's program April 13. The high school students taught the younger players fundamental skills in softball. Photo submitted Softball team hosts clinic James Wilson Sports Reporter sports@plumasnews.com In a win-win for the Portola High softball team and the players of the Portola Little League, the softball team held a clinic April 13 for the young up-and-comers to learn basic fundamentals of the game. Twelve Little League players showed up for the clinic, which was taught by Taylor Prosser, Samantha Britt, Dayna Cormany and Alli Ramelli. The high school softball players focused on throwing, hitting and fielding drills. "All the Little League players had a really great time," said Portola High's softball coach, Karl Popish. "I'm glad we were able to do this before the Little League' opening day, so they had specific things to practice." Each participant not only got one-on-one training from a high school player, but received a T-shirt as well, commemorating the clinic. The inaugural clinic proved successful enough for Popish to already start planning a clinic for next year. "Though we only had four girls from the high school's team teach the clinic this year,they had a blast and thought it was a really good thing to do," continued Popish. "Next year I'm going to try to get the whole team involved in the teaching aspect of the clinic." Portola High School pitcher Sandra Kibble was unable to attend the clinic, but is now helping Little League pitchers learn different pitching techniques. A small fee was paid by each Little League player to participate in the clinic and receive the T-shirt. All proceeds went to the Portola High softball program. A Quincy Little League player tosses the ball to one of his teammates during practice last week. The league will have its opening day April 27 at Rotary Field in East Quincy with a variety of games and entertainment for the whole family. Photo by James Wilson Little League g00.00a.rs up James Wilson Sports Reporter sports@plumasnews.com Quincy Little League is ready to start its season, with opening day set to take place April 27 at Rotary Field in East Quincy. The League spans ages 4 to 15, divided into 15 teams according to age. To start the season, a parade of teams will take place at 10 a.m. Saturday at the field. The first game will take place at 11 a.m. with the two Quincy minor boys' teams (ages 8 - 11) squaring off. Also at 11 a.m., the first farm team (ages 6 - 7) game will take place wit h another immediately following at noon. The major boys (ages 11 - 12) will play at 2:30 p.m. against the major boys from Portola. Throughout the day the second annual Wayne Tweedle Memorial Bat-A-Thon will swing into full action. Each player participating will have the chance to swing the bat three times to raise money for the league. The bat-a-thon is the only fundraiser throughout the year the players themselves are allowed to participate in. A concession stand will be available for parents and spectators alike. Tri-tip sandwiches and hot dogs will be grilled up on location. Cupcakes from QT's Bakery will also be available for purchase, with all proceeds going to the players' uniforms and equipment. All players will receive a free hot dog. Those interested in more information can contact Holly Buus at 283-1522 or Michelle Morrison at 283-3322. Shop Garage Warehouse Mini-Storage Hangar Hay Barn Horse Barn More! -- BACKHOE / DUMPTRUCK SERVICI AVAILABLE -- Serving Lassen, Plurnas and surrounding counties. 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