The Miners are truly a brotherhood, relying on one another to help their teammates go farther. After a few players missed last year’s 4A state semifinal game, this year’s group made sure those guys got the chance to experience this year’s semifinals. When injuries last week had the chance to derail the season, unsung heroes stepped up for the win. Now No. 1 Park City faces No. 2 Sky View in the 4A state title game on Friday at Rice Eccles Stadium.
After three years as an assistant coach under Mike Doleac, Parkite Thomas Purcell now takes the reigns as the man chosen to lead Park City’s boys basketball program. Purcell, who has an extensive coaching background after spending the last decade involved with Utah hoops, is enforcing a ‘WE’ philosophy for this year’s Miners.
Parkite Liis Rametta took home eighth place in the female’s 35-39 age group at the Ironman World Championships in October. Rametta, who competed in Kona, Hawaii, says this competition was much more of a mental battle than a physical struggle compared to her previous competition in July.
In a season full of growth, Park City finished seventh at the Class 5A state playoffs. With five starters expected to return next year, coach Matt Carlson is taking the adversity from this past season and using it as lessons to be learned for another state title run next year.
All season long, the Park City football team has felt disrespected and undervalued. The Miners (13-0, 7-0 Region 10) didn’t become the No. 1 team in Class 4A until they were the only undefeated team...
Parkites strive to help people with disabilities participate in sports with Utah chapter of the Kyle Pease Foundation
When Joe and Michelle Guttenplan moved to Salt Lake City five years ago, wanted to continue their work with the Kyle Pease Foundation, so they started the KPF, Utah chapter, which is based out of Park City. The KPF helps disabled athletes compete in all types of athletic races, whether that be through partnerships or equipment.
After summiting Everest and swimming the English Channel, Parkite Rob Lea bikes across America, capping Ultimate World Triathlon
Parkite Rob Lea conquered the Ultimate World Triathlon a month ago when he walked into Lewis Bay in Nantucket, Massachusetts, signaling the completion of his bike ride across America. Lea climbed Mount Everest in May, swam the English Channel in July and biked across the country in September-October.
If Park City was going to return to Rice-Eccles Stadium and the Class 4A state semifinals, it was going to have do so without starting quarterback Jack Skidmore. Ruled out with an undisclosed injury suffered...
The high school volleyball season is over, with North Summit losing in the 2A state title game and Park City falling in the quarterfinals of the 5A state tournament.
The amount of maintenance needed to maintain ski jumps at a high level is incredibly complicated as told by the Steamboat Pilot and Today’s Shelby Reardon. The process takes up to 20 hours per week.
The Park City Pioneers are back after a four year hiatus, beginning the new season with a doubleheader against the Jackson Hole Moose yesterday. The Pioneers are now members of the Black Diamond Hockey League, a hockey league centered around the ski towns in the Mountain West.
For the first time in three years, the Park City volleyball team will not be playing for the state championship. After beginning the Class 5A state championships with victories in the opening two rounds, the...
The Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation announced that the upcoming Bobsled and Skeleton World Cup would be moved from Park City to Lake Placid, NY. The reason for the rescheduling is based on mechanical issues with the refrigeration pump system on the Utah Olympic Park sliding track.
The Miners advanced to Friday’s quarterfinals game following their 20-0 victory over No. 16 Logan in the second round of the Class 4A state tournament. Park City will now host No. 9 Snow Canyon on Friday, with kickoff set for 5 p.m. from Dozier Field.
It had been one week since the Park City volleyball team had played a match, so it would’ve been understandable if the Miners came out a bit sluggish in their opening game of the Class...
The annual Live PC, Give PC, which returns to Park City on Friday, is a day filled with generosity as the local nonprofits fundraise to help with their programs. This year, the Park Record featured Park City Soccer Club, First Tee of Utah and the Winter Sports School.
The Park City Mountain Bike team competed in the state tournament two weeks ago. Abigail Frick was the only Miner to take home an individual state title when she took first place in the championship of the single lap girls race, holding off teammate Margot Silverstein for the victory.
Following the jump up to Class 5A, the Park City volleyball team finished the regular season as Region 8 co-champions with Salem Hills. They will now enter the state tournament as the No. 5 seed, hosting a first round matchup with No. 28 East High School on Tuesday night. First serve is set for 6 p.m.
On Tuesday, USA Nordic announced its 2019-20 Junior National Team, with 16 athletes throughout the country earning spots on the coveted team. Three Parkites; Greyson Scharffs, 18; Jillian Highfill, 15; Rachael Haerter, 14, have all made the team and will be representing team USA this upcoming season.
On the backs of a strong defensive effort, the top-ranked Miners held No. 16 Logan scoreless en route to a 20-0 victory at Dozier Field in their first Class 4A state playoff game after a first-round bye.