The Park City Racquet Club is pleased to host again this year the Girls National 14s Championships. Sixty-four girls from all over the country will begin arriving at the club this Thursday to compete for a National Title. Play begins Saturday morning (May 17) at 8:30a.m. with matches filling up the Racquet Club and City Park courts. This year’s tournament has a full 64 players an increase of 16 players from last year. Play will continue all day Saturday through the finals Wednesday morning at 9 a.m.
Thomas Kearns, Grady Zieglowsky and Greg Method have been invited to the Hidden Valley Country Club All-Star Golf Invitational on May 20. The event features select high school senior golfers throughout the state. There will be an 18-hole round in the morning followed by play between the top finishers in the afternoon.
Park City Extreme Soccer Club and Black Diamond Soccer Club will hold team tryouts May 19-30 at Trailside Park. Players should attend tryouts for the team they would play on next fall, as determined by the player’s age on Aug. 1, 2008. For instance, If a player is age 10 by or on Aug. 1, they would tryout for the U11 team (under 11), if a player is age 11 by or on Aug. 1, they would tryout for U12. All players must register, either in person or online, have a signed parent release and receive a tryout number from a registration representative at the pavilion at Trailside Park before proceeding to the tryout field. Online registration forms, detailed tryout instructions and a full schedule are available at http://www.parkcitysoccer.org.
Friday skate jams
Park City Recreation will host jam-format skateboard competitions May 16 and May 30 from 5:30-7 p.m. The skate jams will take place in the new street plaza at the Park City Skate Park. All competitors must wear a helmet. The cost is $15 per division on the day of registration. Pre-register at The Click or The Park City Racquet Club for a discounted entry fee. Space is limited in each division. For more information, contact Tate at 615-5418.
Becca Gerber, a first-term member of the Park City Council who is seen as bringing a younger person’s perspective to the Marsac Building, will seek reelection this year.