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Miners overpower Manti

The Park City Miners varsity football team overpowered Manti 56-14 Friday for Manti’s homecoming game. It was a tough loss for the Manti Templars who went from 2A to 3A, and had not lost a home game in two years. The Miners held the Templars 35-0 in the first quarter, and by half time the Templars were ready to see the Miners go home. Even Park City Television was asked to leave the press box at half time.

Wildcats celebrate homecoming victory

The Wildcats remain undefeated after a Homecoming victory over Grand 35-14 on Friday. The Wildcats held Grand to zero first downs in the first half of the game. Quarterback Trevor Lewis had two touchdown passes and one run for a touchdown.

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