Parkite Steele DeWald has had a successful golf season thus far, finishing in the top 10 in five Utah amateur tournaments and taking first place in three of them. This past week, DeWald shot a 73 at the Utah Amateur Qualifier at Soldier Hollow to move onto the state tournament. DeWald will be a senior this year at Arizona State University where he competes for the top-ranked Aztecs gold team. DeWald receives support from his instructor, Mike Malaska, a Utah legion member and Park City local, and his first coach, Lanny Nielson, also a Utah legion member.
Poppinga football camp
Brady, Kelly and Casey Poppinga will hold the "Poppinga Football Experience – Skills Camp" on Friday, July 11, at the Evanston High School football field in Evanston, Wyo., on Friday, July 18, at the Brigham Young University practice field in Provo. The non-contact football camp is open to all youth football players entering 5th through 12th grades this fall. All proceeds from the camp will be contributed to the "Poppinga Play It Forward Fund" that benefits the needs of less fortunate children. The football skills camp will feature former BYU players Brady Poppinga, now a linebacker with the Green Bay Packers, Kelly Poppinga, a linebacker with the Miami Dolphins, and Casey Poppinga, a former Utah State Aggie and former tight end with Philadelphia Eagles and Seattle Seahawks. Space is limited. For Evanston camp registration information, email email@example.com or call the Evanston, Wyo. Parks and Recreation Department at 307-789-1770.
The Park City Racquet Club is offering Aquafit this summer. The class is an invigorating pool workout that exercises muscles all over the body without stressing joints. The class meets Mondays through Fridays from 8 to 9 a.m. For more information, call 615-5400 or visit http://www.parkcityrecreation.org .
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Summit County Attorney Margaret Olson has decried what she called a lenient sentence in a child sex abuse case in which a 20-year-old reportedly attempted to impregnate a 12-year-old. The perpetrator was sentenced to 20 days in jail and 10 years of probation.