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SPORTS The Park Record. Editor: Grifﬁn Adams email@example.com 435.649.9014 ex.104 Twitter: @ParkRecSports CO-ED SUMMER NIGHTS VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE PC Recreation invites adults for summer evening fun on the sand volleyball courts in City Park. Co-ed Summer Nights Volleyball League is 4v4 play from June 6th to August 8th on Tuesdays, 6 to 10 p.m. Both recreational and competitive divisions are offered. The fee per team is $205, and the registration deadline is May 30th. For info and to register, visit parkcityrecreation. org or call 615-5400. PARK CITY SOCCER CLUB HOSTS TRYOUTS The Park City Soccer Club is hosting tryouts for girls and boys interested in playing competitive club soccer during the 2017-18 program year. Affiliated with Utah Youth Soccer Association, PCSC offers teams for players 7 through 19 years of age. The program year runs June through May, with league play scheduled throughout the fall and spring months. High school age athletes play an abbreviated annual schedule. Tryouts will be held May 22 - June 2 at Trailside Park and pre-registration is strongly encouraged. For more information and a detailed tryout schedule based on age group, visit www.parkcitysoccer.org or call Coaching Director, Bob Martin, at 435.655.5766 FIRST AID/CPR COURSE Make sure you are prepared when an emergency happens by learning First Aid, CPR and AED Skills with Park City Recreation’s one-day course. National Safety Council Instructors will lead the session for those 15 and older on Monday, May 15, or June 5 from 5:30 to 10 p.m. at the PC MARC. The fee is $60. Register by the day before at parkcityrecreation.org or call 615-5400. Please see Sports briefs, B-4 LOCALS PREPARE FOR RUNNING WITH ED, B-2 PCHS BOYS TENNIS TAKES THIRD AT STATE, B-6 www.parkrecord.com B-1 WED/THURS/FRI, MAY 17-19, 2017 Luna’s walk-off sends Miners to quarterﬁnals PCHS’ Ryan Brady struck out nine in a complete-game effort GRIFFIN ADAMS The Park Record It was a pitchers’ duel in every sense of the term. Park City’s Ryan Brady and Desert Hills’ Drew Thorpe went pitch for pitch on Saturday afternoon in the second round of the UHSAA 3A state tournament at Park City High School, starting with the opening pitch. In the ﬁrst inning, Brady didn’t give up a hit. Neither did Thorpe. Though the back-and-forth pattern didn’t exactly play out the rest of the way, the two pitchers were in control for most of the game. In the end, Brady, who has thrown a no-hitter before this season, pitched the best game he has all year, Head Coach Dave Feasler said. Brady went on to strike out nine while going the distance in Park City’s thrilling 1-0 win over Desert Hills. “[Brady] had command of the breaking ball and had command of the fastball,” Feasler elaborated. “He mostly pitched outside and off the plate the entire day. Nobody did anything against him. He mixed up speeds very well.” As good as the pitchers were on Saturday, though, the game came down to the bat of Park City’s Zack Luna. The senior second baseman was up to bat with two outs in the bottom seventh, and with a full count and a man on third, the pressure was on. Thorpe ﬁred a ball toward the strike zone in hopes of sending the game to extra innings, but Luna had other plans. Barely getting his bat around in time on a surprising breaking ball, Luna made just enough contact with Thorpe’s pitch TANZI PROPST/PARK RECORD Park City High School sophomore Van Rabe (16) passes over home plate on a walk-off single during the bottom of the seventh inning of the game against Desert Hills on Saturday afternoon. The Miners beat the Thunder 1-0, advancing them to the quarterfinals. to send the ball to the right side of the inﬁeld. He sprinted toward ﬁrst base, and once he saw the right ﬁelder mishandle the grounder, Luna cracked a smile as Van Rabe, the runner on third, crossed the plate. “A million thoughts were going through my head,” Luna said of the mo- ment. “It was just a dream-come-true situation you dream about as a kid. I just really wanted to get the job done for the team.” His teammates, emotional and elated, all ran out of the dugout to form a dogpile on Luna in the conﬁnes of their home ﬁeld for the last time this season, and for some, their careers. “I turned around and [my teammates] were all there,” Luna said after he rounded ﬁrst base. “[My team has] worked so hard all year. They deserve it. It was more for them than it was for me, but it was Please see Miners advance, B-8 DISCOVER HISTORIC PARK CITY Galleries | Boutiques | Bars & Restaurants Nightly Entertainment historicparkcityutah.com FREE parking voucher valid for any one 3-hour parking session from April 16 - May 26, 2017 DATE/TIME OF USE 1710 E. Kings Peak Cir. 3 Bedrooms | 3 Bath | 3,034 Sq. Ft. MLS 11701283 | $839,000 1080 N. Oquirrh Mountain Dr. 4 Bedrooms | 4 Bath | 4,700 Sq. Ft. 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