Sports Briefs: Nov. 17 |

Sports Briefs: Nov. 17

YSA winter sports registration
Registration for the Youth Sports Alliance’s winter programs remains open until Dec. 1, or until spots fill. Students in first through fifth grade attending school within the Park City School District (PCSD), at the Park City Day School or Weilenmann School of Discovery can choose from skiing and snowboarding, freeriding, ski jumping or freestyle skiing, cross-country skiing or ice-skating, including figure skating, speed skating and hockey experiences. Programs are offered on early release days in Jan. for all schools. PCSD elementary and Day School students may also sign-up for snow programs at UOP or White Pine in February. For more information go to

Hike with Basin: turkey blaster
Basin Recreation is hosting its last guided hike of the year on Friday, Nov. 23, on the Glenwild trail system. The hike will be approximately five miles and is considered moderate in difficulty. Dogs are welcome with a leash or e-collar. The hike will start at 10 a.m. at Glenwild (meet at the Spring Creek trailhead). The hike is free, but registration is required at

Intro to yoga
The PC MARC is offering Intro to Yoga Workshops on Mondays from 7 to 8:15 p.m. beginning Nov. 26. The workshops are designed to give a foundational understanding of the basics for personal yoga practice. For more information or to sign up, visit or call 435-615-5400.

7 vs. 7 coed soccer league
Basin Recreation’s 7 vs. 7 coed adult soccer league (17 and older) will feature 50-minute games with playoff times to be determined based on participation. Each team must have at least two members of each gender on the field at a time. The league will run on Thursdays and Fridays, from Dec. 6 to March 8, 2019, starting at 8 p.m. on The Fieldhouse turf field. The sign-up fee is $550 per team or individuals can register onto a free agent team for $50 per person. Learn more and sign up at

Bouldering clinic
The PC MARC is hosting bouldering clinics each Tuesday, from 4:45 to 5:45 p.m. running through the winter. The clinics are free, with drop-ins encouraged. Climbing shoes are available for rent.

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