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Extra Points for March 21-24, 2007

St. George softball tournament

The Park City High School Lady Miners played an early season tournament in St. George this weekend and came back with mixed results. On Friday, March 16, the Miners beat Millard 8-2 behind strong offense and defense. The next day, however, Park City turned a 180 and lost to Cedar 12-1. The Lady Miners lost a close one later in the day to Lincoln County, Nev. 5-6 and pulled out a win over Morgan 6-3 to finish the weekend.

Roxy Chicken Jam

A field of professional women snowboarders from around the world will converge on Park City to compete in the Third Annual Roxy Chicken Jam beginning this Thursday, March 22. The six-star contest on the Women’s Ticket to Ride Tour (TTR) will feature a "Country Fair" theme and offer a combined prize purse worth $30,000. In addition to the competition, event highlights will include autograph sessions, vendors, music, the crowning of division champions, the 2006/2007 Women’s Ticket to Ride (TTR) World Snowboard Tour Champion and more. For more information, visit http://www.roxy.com/events/chickenjam/2007.

Youth Recreation baseball and softball

Basin Recreation is offering Recreation Baseball and Softball for children ages 5-15 for baseball and 7 years old – 9th grade for softball, with a deadline of April 16. For more information on these programs or any other programs being offered by Basin Recreation, log on to http://www.basinrecreation.com or call 655-0999.


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