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PCHS sports roundup

Boys track wins region; girls' lacrosse moves on

Both the boys’ and girls’ Park City High School track teams took home Region 10 titles in Price on Wednesday and Thursday. The girls beat runner-up Wasatch 152-83, while the boys won 127-101 over the Wasps.

Individual winners for Park City include junior Jake Adams in the shot put, freshman Megan Glasmann in the discus and javelin, junior Lisa Palomaki in the 200 meter dash and 300 meter hurdles, freshman Emily Schmitt in the 1600 and 3200, senior Ali Williams in the 800, senior Gillian Gorelik in the 400, senior Blake Thorne won the boys’ 400, and senior Erik Walker won both the 100 and 200.

PCHS girls’ lacrosse reaches semifinals

The Miners’ girls’ lacrosse team rolled its recent momentum into a state quarterfinal matchup against Bingham on Thursday afternoon at Dozier Field.

Park City edged the visitors in dramatic fashion, winning 11-10 in the second half of overtime on a goal from senior Traci Shurtleff, who was recently named an All-American for the second consecutive year. Shurtleff tallied four goals, while junior Meghan Kellner and senior Mary Hardesty also scored.

Senior Dacia Morgan, a first-team all-state selection, made a number of saves to keep the Miners alive.

PCHS moves on to the semifinals, where it will play Alta at 7 p.m. at Juan Diego Stadium. Alta, the No. 1 seed out of the South region, won its quarterfinal game 21-3 over Skyline.


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