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B-6 Sat/Sun/Mon/Tue, September 18-21, 2004 The Park Record Recreation Report Midgets defeat Judge in comeback win Submitted by Randy Jones In the Uinta Mountains, campgrounds are starting t o scale back for the season. Water systems above Shady Dell are closed, and lower systems are being shut down.There are no specific fire restrictions in place.The Ranger recommends being prepared for cold conditions at higher elevations. For more information about camping and hiking, including fire regulations call the Kamas Ranger District, 435-783-4338. For information on Hunting schedules, contact the Division of Wildlife Services at (80 I) 538-4700. Boating, Fishing, Hiking, Camping ^ ^_t Last Saturday, after trailing 14-6 at the half. Park City's Red Midget team of the Eastern Continental league put three more scores on the board to come from behind and defeat the visiting Judge Bulldogs, 24-14. Behind great blocking from a developing offensive line that includes first-year players Porter added four tackles each, with three each from Cash Knight. Casey Dardano. Proctor and Magcc. Cole Quitiquit and Proctor also recovered Bulldog fumbles for turnovers at crucial times in the game. 'Hie Park City "Red" team will host the Grantsville Cowboys at noon next Saturday, Sept. IS at Ecker Hill Middle School. yards) picked up the fourth Miner score. Miner quarterbacks Jackson Smith and Sam Crawley combined to complete four of eight pass attempts, to receivers Gary Galvan, Molinaro and Proctor. The Park City defense recorded tackles by 13 different players. Matt "'Hie House" Jones led the Miners' defense with seven tackles on the day, including one for a fiveyard loss. Crawley and Molinaro Marrott and Kevin Powell, seven Miner ball carriers netted 155 yards on the ground, and added 50 more through the air. Running backs Alex Molinaro (six carries, one pass reception for 64 total yards, one touchdown) and Madison Magee (27 yards and two touchdowns on two carries) led Saturday's assault on the Bulldogs. Andrew Proctor (three carries, three pass receptions for 56 total Facilities and services are available at: Wasatch Mountain State Park- (435) 654-I79l;jordanelle State Park - (435) 649-9540; Rock Cliff Nature Center - (435) 783-3030; Rockport State Park (435) 336-224 I; For more primitive trails and camping, contact the U.S. Forest Service - (435) 654-0470. Wasatch has a fishing pond that offers fishing and free equipment rentals to kids. Endurance rider to take success overseas Hiking and Biking Church would spend hours with White Hedgecock. She also received support from Laurel Sanders, a doctor of Oriental medicine, and Nancy Dorais, who gave her nutritional advice. White Hedgecock also had a bedside helper, Mary Ford, who would read Bible passages for inspiration. Perhaps White Hcdgecock's biggest inspiration came from an outside source. When White Hedgecock couldnt.walk she would watch the Tour de France, and was inspired by cancer-survivor Lance Armstrong making the necessary gains to win liis first Tour dc France. "Each day he fixed it. He put enough on the table to make it. It's the same in horse racing. Like the peloton. we help each other and protect the winner." It was also during this time that White Hedgecock was able to meet Ray Hunt, an expert on horsemanship. Hunt inspired White Hedgecock to return to the ethics of how to treat horses. Along with Hunt, and the teachings of fellow experts Bryan Neubert and Tom Dor ranee. White Hedgecock learned there is a way to understand a horse that is fundamental, and brings out its best.. "Horses would rather be hanging out. We're the ones who put them through it. The horse learns what his job is and they gel better at that if you stay out of their way. It's taking horses out of a bad situation and bringing them to where they can thrive. A lot of horses can be champions if they are managed correctly." It was after this contact that White Hedgecock decided that she would train more of her own horses and begin competing when she was healthy enough. The Mountain Trails Foundation maintains 300 miles of trails in and around ftrk City. As of Friday, Sept 17 they report that the view of the autumn cobrs is spectacular from the Mid Mountain Trail. Start at Sih/er Lake in Deer^lley and you cross throu^i ftirk City Mountain ResortThe Colony and The canyons. You can continue on t o Rnebrook and Gorgoza FVk.V\&tch out for orange fencing and construction equipment on Lower Sweeney's Swtchtack through October. TheTeam Big Bear Trail at Deer Valley is dosed. Trail maps are available at bike shops and the Visitors Center. The Tour Des Suds will be held on Sept 18. For more irrformation,call 649-6839 o r visit www.mountaintrails.org. Sundance Resort offers hiking and biking for the summer season. For more infcxTnarion, all (801) 225-4107 or visit wwwsundanceresortcom Fire Conditions Fire danger is currency moderate, but caution is advised. Summit County has banned fireworks this summer. Open fires reauire a permit available through fire wardens, fire chiefs, sheriffs or through the State Division of Forestry, Fire and State Lands. For more information, contact the Division at (801)538-5555. Park City Golf Club The Park City Goif Club course is open, weather permitting, from 9 a.m. t o dusk. For more information, call 615-5800 or visit www.parkcitygolfclub.org. You can now use the web site to book your tee time. GoITCourses Area golf courses open to the public: include: Wasatch Mountain State Park, Midway - (435) 654-0532;The Homestead Resort. Midway - (435) 654-1 102; Round Valley Golf Course, Morgan - (801) 829-3796; Soldier Hollow, Midway - (435) 654-2002 Deer Wiley Resort Deer Valley Resort's summer activities will end on Sunday Sept 19. Hikers and mountain biking enthusiasts can now use either the Sterling lift from the Silver Lake Lodge or the Silver Lake Express lift from the Snow Park Lodge to access trails. For more information or a list of upcoming events at Deer Valley, log on to www.deervalley.com. The Canyons The Canyons summer activities are scheduled Saturdays and Sundays through Sept. The Farmer's Market is open on Wednesdays. Hikers and bikers can enjoy lift-assisted access t o mountain trails. For more info, call 649-5400 or log on to www.thecanyons.com. Park City Mountain Resort Park City Mountain Resort late summer and early fall activities will be in operation Friday through Sunday until Oct. 31, weather permitting. Hours will be from noon until 7 p.m. Among the summer activities are the Alpine Slide, Climbing Wall, ZipRider, Miniature Golf, Horseback Riding and more.TheTown Lift is also operating. For more info, call 800-222-7275; or log on at www.parkcrtymountain.com. • Continued from B-1 White Hedgecock managed to survive her battle with cancer, but "It keeps my mind busy, keeps me from thinking about things that are sad. Keeps me optimistic." says White Hedgecock. While Hedgecock also wants to use her experience to change her life and the lives of others. "I want to somehow draw alienlion to Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma and figure out why. Research... and I want to do it with the horses." says White Hedgecock. "I've been contacting the Lymphoma Society and other resources to pull il all together and introduce endurance riding and the long haul and somehow lie it in with cancer survivors. And not jusl cancer surviving but those things I've learned about horsemanship." Right now. White Hedgecocks primary focus is preparing herself and her horse and raising the necessary funds to make the trip lo Florida and Dubai. White Hedgecock will need to raise $25,000 in the nexl few months to cover food, medical, emergency costs and the cost of taking her crew overseas. She plans to hold an equipment sale to raise some of the money, but will still need funds from other sources. "I'm looking for sponsorship to go to the World Championships. Even though the U.S. Equestrian Association has me on their sponsorship, the costs are According to White Hedgecock, huge. They'll get us [White the whole team really helped her to Hedgecock and AA Montego] overquality for the U.S. team. "We all seas, but the training in Florida, and believe in each other and that we missing work in Deer Valley is a lot." could do this. This was an incredible Anyone interested in helping experience. I'm still in awe." While Hedgecock travel . can email In the midst of intense competi- her at suewhtrnignptCn.iiol.com. tion and training. While Hedgecock According to While Hedgecock still manages to work, raise a family she doesn't have an official ""career." and to participate in the community. "This is my job. Il keeps me Her horse handling business is called happy, healthy." says While Turning Point. "I got the business Hedgecock. "I'm at the point where name when I said to my Tony, "I I've done some of the things that I've think Tin doing better now," signify- dreamed of doing when 1 was sick. I ing the turning point in her illness. am very blessed." Montego did not make it to this point alone. They had a lot of help from White Hedgecocks crew members. family and friends. Jcnn Layman is the head of White Hedgecocks support crew team. Kim Morgan is another crew member, who is licensed massage therapist and an equine body worker. White Hedgecock has also received encouragement and crew assistance along the way from Debbie Wagner, a 1(X> mile runner who understands the struggles involved in any type of endurance racing. White Hedgecock also received support from fellow endurance rider. Maureen Selzler. Her biggest fans are her husband. Tony, and son, Wesley. Tony is called the "Chef to Keep", which is a play off of the equestrian term Chef d'Equipe meaning equipment manager. Tony is the team chef, and is in charge of the team's nutrition, making sure that everyone eats during competitions to keep their strength consistent. Wesley, of course, is the owner of AA Montego. "I always ask him it I can borrow his horse." jokes White Hedgecock. She also receives encouragement from her old crew members. Lisa and Dennis Eikenberry, who run Summit Feed and High Country Feed. "They believed in me four years ago." still has a low-grade form of the disease. In 1999, White Hedgecock began competing. She started racing with AA Montego four summers ago. AA Montego is a purebred Arabian horse with a blood mark, which in desert lore means that he is a special horse. AA Montego is a bit of a survivor himself. He was a skinny horse that White Hedgecock purchased as a birthday present for her son while she was recovering from cancer. "He [AA Montego] was in trouble and at the end of a breeding project. I needed a project to keep my mind off of cancer. Taking a horse keeps you in the now. Horses are always in the now. They are not in the past or future, which is a good lesson for me, because I worry that cancer might come back in a big way." says White Hedgecock. White Hedgecock and the 14year-old A A Montego have since gone on to finish 34 out of 35 races, completed numerous 50-mile races under four hours, had many top-10 finishes in 100-mile races and they have completed over 2,000 documented race miles. When they are not racing, they teach a lot of youth how to ride. Now that White Hedgecock and AA Montego are thriving, they can focus on preparing for the World Championships. In December. White Hedgecock will leave for Florida to train with the 15 other members of the U.S. Equestrian team. Following the training period. nine team members will be selected to travel to Dubai on Jan. 16 to compete for two weeks. Following the World Championships, some team members may stay and compete in the President's Cup for Equestrian Endurance Riding. White Hedgecock and AA GART " > , . . • - ' n ! ' • . * sports Utah Olympic Park The Utah Olympic Rark is open for activities Friday through Sundays including Freestyle and Adventure Camps, Street Luge,AeriaJ Bungee and tethered Hot Air Balloon Rides and the new ZipRider. Saturday will have a Freestyle Big Air Show. Guests can still visit the Joe Quinney Winter Sports Center/Atf Engen Ski Museum. For more information, caJI 65EM200 or visit www.olyparks.com. moon \ Come taste our savory summerfare... 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