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FRC baseball team wins QHS dodgeball tournament Dare to Dodge

The long-awaited return of Dare to Dodge, a dodgeball tournament held by the Quincy High School leadership team, brought a wide range of competitions to the court May 4. The exciting games ultimately led to the victory of the FRC baseball team, but each game brought epic moments of action. The double-elimination bracket format sported 10 community and school teams that battled it out on the court in a series of dodgeball games. This fun tournament had been put on hold for the past two years due to COVID.

QHS leadership would like to thank all the teams that participated and the people of the community that came to watch. The money earned from the admissions to watch, and team registration fees go directly to the ASB general account, which helps fund all of the other fun school events that happen throughout each year at the high school. This support from the community is greatly appreciated.

Participating Teams:

-Les Schwab

-Plumas County Sheriff’s Dept.


-Quincy JiuJitsu

-California Highway Patrol

-FRC Baseball

-FRC Basketball

-Feather River Resource Conservation District

-11th grade

-8th grade

Community teams take to the court at Quincy High School on May 4 for the Dare to Dodge fundraiser. Photo submitted

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