Miners football stomped by Stansbury | ParkRecord.com

Miners football stomped by Stansbury

The Park City High School football team had its second-straight rough outing on Wednesday night at Stansbury.

Coming off a 43-13 loss at Bear River last week, the Miners’ offense struggled even more against the Stallions, leaving Tooele after a 42-3 thrashing.

Park City simply didn’t have an answer for Landon Stice, who scored three rushing touchdowns from eight, 28 and 48 yards and also returned an interception 20 yards for another score.

The Miners found themselves trailing 28-0 in the second quarter before finally getting on the scoreboard via a 22-yard field goal from Jared Robinson. They’d trail 35-3 at halftime before allowing only seven points in the second half.

Stansbury improved to 8-1 on the season with the victory, which locked up the 3AA North region title. The Stallions were a perfect 6-0 against 3AA North opponents.

Park City fell to 2-7 with the loss. The Miners are 1-4 against 3AA North opponents so far.

Next up for the Miners is a tough home game against region foe Juan Diego. The Soaring Eagle are 4-4 overall with a 4-1 record against 3AA North teams.

Friday’s game against Juan Diego is scheduled to kick off at 7 p.m. at Dozier Field.

— Adam Spencer, The Park Record

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