Miners’ soccer team beats the heat
The temperature was 101 degrees. Park City High School girls’ soccer head coach Chip Cook called it "just absolutely brutal."
In the end, it was just that for Springville, a Class 4A team.
The Miners overcame a shaky first-half start to score three second-half goals en route to a 4-2 victory Thursday over the Red Devils.
"We were a little bit disorganized in the first half," Cook said. "But as (is) customary, we keep improving and keep going on."
Freshman Maggie Reigelsberger tallied two goals, while fellow freshman Gretchen Swenson added another. Senior Siena Palmacci also buried one in the back of the net.
"We’re just testing what works out right," Cook said. "We’re figuring it out. It’s really nice to win games like this."
The winning goalkeepers were Bethany Kanten and Skye Mooney.
Park City, which handed Springville just its second loss of the season, now must prepare for Waterford next Tuesday.
"These are all good solid teams we’re playing," Cook said.
The Park City High School girls’ junior varsity team had what Cook called its best performance of the season, coming from behind at half to topple the Springville JV squad, 3-2. The goal scorers were Maddie Haynes, Allie Gordon and Jessie Sorenson.
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