University of Utah soccer player Kelly Isleib of Park City earned All-West Region honors from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA). The sophomore midfielder was named to the NSCAA/Adidas All-West second team. Isleib finished fourth in the nation and led the Mountain West Conference with 0.93 assists per game. "Kelly really grew a lot this year," Utah head coach Rich Manning said. "The way she quarterbacked our team and was able to create goal-scoring opportunities for her teammates was remarkable."
The Park City Ice Arena will offer Adult Learn-To-Play-Hockey classes on Monday evenings from 8-9:30 p.m. beginning Jan. 7. The session will run for eight weeks (no class on Feb 18) and the cost is $110. Classes will focuses on the basic skills of ice hockey including power skating, stick handling, passing, shooting and positioning. The series helps adults develop their skills for recreational ice hockey. Limited equipment is available to rent. Call Debbie Modrovsky at 615-5702 for more information. Online sign-up is available at http://www.pcice.org .
Skate with Santa
The Park City Ice arena offers the opportunity to Skate with Santa on Saturday, Dec. 22 from 3:30-5:30 p.m. For more information, visit http://www.parkcityice.com or call 615-5700.
‘Tis the Season to Recycle
The Park City Lacrosse Organization (PCLO) announces its annual holiday tree pick-up fundraiser. Lacrosse players and their parents pick up holiday trees in their trucks and haul it to local mulching areas. Pick-up dates including, Saturday, Dec. 29, Saturday, Jan. 5, or Saturday, Jan. 12. The cost is $15 payable to PCLO (a non-profit organization).
To place an order, call 649-TREE (8733) or email at email@example.com . Leave a name, address, phone number, neighborhood and date for the tree to be picked up.
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