Park City High School Lacrosse Organization (PCLO) will be holding their mandatory registration and informational meetings on Tuesday, Nov. 29 for the girls high school team, grades 9-12, and Wednesday, Nov. 30 for the boys high school team, grades 9-12. Both meetings will be located at the Treasure Mountain International School cafeteria at 7 p.m. Coaches will be available to answer questions at the meeting. Players must bring a parent or guardian for registration. For more information, please call Glen Shurtleff, PCLO president, at 649-4931. Jr. Jazz Jr. Jazz youth basketball is here, so don’t miss out on this year’s fun of action-packed basketball. Jr. Jazz basketball is offered for boys and girls in grades 3-8. Games will be played twice a week on weekdays. Deadline is Dec. 4 and space is limited, so sign up today. For more information on the league or any other programs run by Basin Recreation, log on to http://www.basinrecreation.com or call 655-0999. Volleyball tournament Park City Recreation presents the 4th annual Indoor Coed Volleyball Tournament to be held at the Park City Racquet Club on Saturday, Dec. 10. Teams of six can play their way to great prizes in two divisions – the "just for fun" recreational division or the more serious competitive division. Registration is going on now at the Racquet Club. Cost per team is $125 prior to tournament date. Day-of registration cost is $135 per team. Fordetails and to register, call 615-5401. Coaches needed The Park City competitive baseball program is looking for qualified coaches to help with all age groups (8-14 years old). They will be having a coach’s meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 30 at 7 p.m. in the Park City High School cafeteria. All parents/coaches that want to be involved in the program are encouraged to come to the meeting. For any questions about the program, please call Buster at 608-0008 or Matt at 655-0999 ext. 14. Bottom of Form
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