Tryouts for the Park City High School girls’ soccer team will be held Aug. 4-6 from 8-11 a.m. at the Quinn’s Junction Sports Complex turf soccer field. Bring a ball, cleats, shin guards, running shoes and sunscreen. There will be three high school teams freshman, junior varsity and varsity. For more information, call head coach Chip Cook at 640-6884.
The Park City High School football team will hold their annual Park City Miners Football 5K on Aug. 16 at 8 a.m. For details, a race map and registration forms, visit http://www.pcfootballfamily.com and click on the "announcements" icon.
Ute conference football
Registration for the Park City Ute Conference Little League tackle football league are available online at http://www.pcminers.com or at parkcity.utefootball.com In-person registration will be held on Wednesday, July 30 from 4 to 7 p.m. at Summit Self Storage, located at 2640 West Rasmussen Road. Boys and girls ages 8-14 are eligible to play. League fees are $225 if registering online, or $250 in person. Fees include full use of pads, pants, helmets for the season. Please bring a photocopy of the player’s birth certificate for registration. Practices begin on July 26 and the regular season runs through October. For further information call league president Shawn Long at 435-714-1528 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ice rink construction update
The Quinn’s Junction Sports Complex, Park City Ice Arena and National Ability Center will temporarily have a new entrance while construction continues in the area. Beginning July 23, the Frontage Road off of S.R. 248 will close and a new entrance, west of the old road, will lead into the area. The new road will be located where the exit lane off of U.S. 40 merges into one lane on S. R. 248.
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