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Racquetball champ

John Sanderson, a Park City High School student, took third place at the 2007 National High School Racquetball Championships this past weekend in St. Louis, Mo. Three-hundred and seventy-two prep players from all over the country competed in singles and doubles divisions. Sanderson also claimed the Utah state title two weeks ago.

Start Smart soccer

Park City Recreation is offering Start Smart soccer for children ages 3-5. The parent/child class is designed to teach youth the skills needed to play soccer. The program runs April 21 – May 19 on Saturdays at 9:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. For more information or to register call 615-5401 or visit http://www.parkcityrecreation.org.

Tele Pow Wow

Park City Telemark announces an all-day telemark clinic for local youth. The Tele Pow Wow will be held at The Canyons on March 11. The clinic is geared toward confident alpine skiers and snowboarders in grades 6-9, and telemark skiers of all abilities. The cost is $50, and includes all-day coaching from established telemark instructors and professional athletes. The cost does not include a lift ticket, lunch, or telemark gear rentals. Youth and small-size telemark ski and boot rentals are available in limited quantities at White Pine Touring, Wasatch Touring, Kirkham’s, Wild Rose, and REI. There will be beginner, intermediate, and advanced groups. Space is limited to a maximum of 24 kids, so participants are encouraged to sign up early at http://www.pctelemark.org . The event kicks off a recruiting drive for the 2007-08 Youth Tele Tribe, a new youth winter sports organization. Watch the Web site for more information.

For more information, call Mike Sharp at 940-0590 or 640-2727, or e-mail info@pctelemark.org .


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