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PCHS soccer downs Carbon


The Park City High School boys’ soccer team won at Carbon 4-1 on Wednesday, with four different goal scorers pitching in during the region win.

"We dominated them all day," said Miners head coach Caro Caro. "The kids were mad because Carbon scored against them."

Sophomore Keenan McCall scored the first on a cross from senior Michael Turner: "a nice, simple goal," Caro said.

Turner was rewarded for his efforts when a Sam Williams corner found him for the second score. Then, senior Parker Evans made a run from midfield to add another. Williams, a junior, made it four with a strong shot into the top corner.

Caro said senior Ben Hess played outstanding in goal for the first half before getting some rest.

"I mostly put sophomores (in the second half) and players that don’t get a lot of chance to play," Caro said. "They handled the other team well."

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The Park City coach described the winds as "torrential," making it nearly impossible to play long balls. Despite the lopsided scoreline, Caro would have liked to have seen his players stick to the short, quick-passing approach that Park City is known for.

"If things don’t happen consistently, I start to get nervous," Caro said. "We’re getting better, though, and I don’t believe we’re going to be a weak team by the playoffs. Anybody who plays Park City is going to have a tough time."

The Miners will practice three times next week during Spring Break. Their next home game is against American Leadership Academy on April 15.