The Almanor All-Stars’ Elizabeth Bereznak takes a swing June 28 during the first game in the double-elimination tournament against the Feather River All-Stars. The Almanor All-Stars won the tournament in the third game. Photo by James Wilson
Last weekend, the best of Plumas County’s Little League minor girls faced off in a double elimination tournament that lasted three games. The Almanor All-Stars ended up walking away with the victory against the Feather River All-Stars on June 30.
The Almanor All-Stars team was made up of the best Little League players from Chester and Westwood. The Feather River All-Stars was a combination of players from Quincy, Portola and Loyalton.
Game one of the tournament took place in Quincy. The visiting Almanor All-Stars defeated the home team 13-2 with a game ending early.
The next day the Almanor All-Stars hosted the game in Chester. Once again the visiting team prevailed. The Feather River All-Stars got revenge with an 11-9 victory.
The final elimination game was held in Quincy. The game was hard-fought and lasted six innings. The Almanor All-Stars eventually won 8-7.