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Crew All-Star Automotive pitcher Wes Cross fires just one across the plate in entrance of an Oroville Dirtbags batter in the course of a match last week at Les Eva Field in Memorial Park.
Photograph: Elias Funez

The normal period is in the textbooks and now it’s earn or go residence for the six groups that make up the Nevada County Quick Pitch Softball League.

The 2021 playoffs get rolling Thursday with a pair of to start with spherical matchups at Memorial Park in Grass Valley. In the postseason opener, the No. 3 seed Oroville Dirtbags will deal with off with No. 6 seed Perez and Weaver Building at 6:30 p.m. Adhering to that contest will be a to start with spherical bout among No. 4 seed Gold Region Automotive and No. 5 seed All-Star Automotive (B) at 8 p.m.

Spectators delight in an evening cheering on their favourite teams at Memorial Park for the duration of a Nevada County Fastpitch Softball League activity.
Picture: Elias Funez

Defending champs and No. 1 seed All Star Automotive (A) as perfectly as No. 2 seed SN Greens have byes in the initially round and will choose the diamond in the semifinal spherical July 15. All Star Automotive (A) will enjoy the winner of the Gold Place Automotive/All-Star Automotive (B) matchup at 6:30 p.m., followed by SN Greens struggling with the winner of the Perez and Weaver Design/Oroville Dirtbags contest.



This year’s championship activity is set for 7 p.m. July 22 at Memorial Park.

It was nearly two a long time ago when All Star Automotive (A) won the league championship, carrying out so in thrilling style with a walkoff property run. There was no 2020 quick pitch time owing to COVID-19.



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