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B-4 The Park Record Calendar High School Sports Cross Country Park City @ Pre-Region Invite September 5 1:30 p.m. Park City @ Murray September 7 3:30 p.m. Football Park City @ South Summit August 31 7:00 p.m. North Summit vs. Enterprise August 31 7:00 p.m. Wasatch @ Mountain View August 31 7:00 p.m. Park City vs. Payson September 7 7:00 p.m. North Summit @ South Sevier September 7 7:00 p.m. South Summit @ Beaver September 7 7:00 p.m. Wasatch @ Castle View, CO September 7 7:00 p.m. Girls Soccer North Summit vs. Rowland Hall August 30 4:00 p.m. Wasatch @ Provo August 30 4:00 p.m. Park City @ Bonneville September 4 3:30 p.m. North Summit vs. Draper APA September 4 4:00 p.m. South Summit vs. Grantsville September 4 3:30 p.m. Wasatch @ Skyridge September 4 4:00 p.m. Park City vs. Juan Diego September 6 3:30 p.m. South Summit @ Morgan September 6 3:30 p.m. Wasatch vs. Timpanogos September 6 4:00 p.m. North Summit vs. Cyprus August 30 6:00 p.m. South Summit @ Jordan August 30 6:00 p.m. Park City vs. Stansbury September 4 6:00 p.m. Park City @ Tooele September 6 6:00 p.m. Summer Sports Triathlon Still Water Lake September 8 8:00 a.m. Bike Racing Mountain Trails Tour Des Suds September 16 TBA Recreation Sports Park City Recreation Services (615-5401) Comp Division Wednesday Rec Division Wednesday Park City @ Ogden September 5 11:30 a.m. Park City @ Smithfield September 8 9:00 a.m. Speed Skating Training Wednesday Park City @ Bonneville August 30 3:00 p.m. Park City @ Stansbury September 4 3:00 p.m. Park City @ St. George Tourney September 6-8 TBA Park City @ Tooele September 11 3:00 p.m. Park City vs. Ben Lomond September 13 3:00 p.m. 6:30-7:45 p.m. Basin Recreation Fieldhouse (655-0999) Drop-in Sports Basketball (age 16 +) Tues. 7:00-9:00 p.m. Basketball (age 16 +) Tues/Thurs Noon-2:00 p.m. Basketball (age 16 +) Sat/Sun 8:00-10:00 a.m. Pickleball (age 16 +) Mon/Wed/Fri 2:00-4:30 p.m. Pickleball (age 16 +) Sun–Friday 8:30 a.m. Noon Volleyball (age 16 +) Thurs. 8:00-10:00 p.m. Soccer (age 16 +) Mon/Wed/Fri Noon -1:30 p.m. Soccer (age 16 +) Wed. 8:00-10:00 p.m. Soccer (age 30 +) Tues 8:00-10:00 p.m. Masters Swim Tues/Thurs Noon-1:00 p.m. South Summit Aquatics & Fitness Center (783-2423) 6:00-9:00 p.m. 6:00-9:00 p.m. Adult Men’s Softball Thursday Rock Wall Girls Tennis 8:00 p.m. Volleyball Kickball Boys Golf Silver League Wed/Thurs/Sun Saturday Weather Hotline (cancellations) 6:30-10:30 p.m. 615-5432 Wed. – Fri 4:00 – 6:00 p.m Gold League Sunday 615-5707 6:30 p.m. To include an upcoming sports event in the calendar, please send an email to Joe Lair at firstname.lastname@example.org FOR YOUR INFORMATION Meetings ALATEEN (801)205-2130 LDS Church | email@example.com AL-ANON Theresa (435)640-3421 | (435)659-9667 Saddleview Office Bldg. B, 2200 Park Ave. St. Lukes Episcopal Church, 4595 N. Silver Springs Dr. Park City Community Church, 4501 N. S.R. 224. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS (AA) (English) Recording (435)649-0022 or Larry V. (435)9011197 (Spanish) Llame a Jose (435)602-0373, Art (435)7149025, Abel (435)602-9362 121 Park Ave. Park City | www.parkcityaa.com CAREGIVERS NIGHT OUT Linda (435)783-5708 Oakley-Elk Meadows Assisted Living Center, 4200 North 400 West. | Wasatch Senior Center. Coalville-Denise’s Home Plate restaurant. CONNECT SUMMIT COUNTY Family Mental Health Peer Support Group Meet on last Tuesday of every month at the Park City Library, 1255 Park Ave from 6:15pm–7:45pm. Room 101. www.ConnectSummitCounty.org DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SUPPORT GROUP Does your partner control your money, activities and relationships? Do you need resources or information about Domestic Violence? Peace House offers free support groups Mondays and Tuesdays. Please call 647-9161 for more information. HANDY HANDS EMPLOYMENT TRAINING (649)2260 | Christian Center 1100 Iron Horse Dr., Park City | www.handyhands.org LDS ADDICTION RECOVERY PROGRAM 2300 Monitor Drive - in small building just east of the LDS ADDICTION RECOVERY MEETING IN KAMAS Thursdays 7:00 p.m Francis Ward House 387 W. Last Frontier Lane, Francis Contact Sherm at 801-598-9517 for more info. MAN TO MAN PROSTATE CANCER EDUCATION AND SUPPORT (801)483-1500 | (800)234-0533 NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS (NA) 8pm Sunday, Monday, & Wednesdays St. Lawrence Church center St & 100 W, Heber City | (435)2004814 | https://sasquatcharena.org | bigfootareana@ gmail.com 6pm Tuesdays. St. Luke’s Episcopal Church - 4595 Silver Springs Rd. Park City 8pm Tuesdays & Thursdays at Worship Center, 1400 North Hwy 40 Heber City 6:30pm Thursdays at 85 North Main Street, Kamas 7pm Fridays at St. Lawrence Church Center St & 100 West, Heber City. SUMMIT COUNTY PARENTS AND ADVOCATES OF CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES 655-2968 GRIEF SHARE PROGRAM 647-5855 | Mountain Life Church, 7375 N. Silver Creek Rd. WASATCH GROUP Saturday Evening: 5:30 to 6:30 PM | Wasatch Crest Recovery - 425 Moulton Lane (First street north of the UVU entrance off of Hwy 40) Enter thru garage at North end of facility. Closed Meeting (Alcoholics only) Faith Congregations BAHA’I FAITH (435)729-9577 | www.usbahai.org CALVARY PARK CITY Non denominational Meet Sun 6pm at the Creekside Church 1400 Bitner Rd. Kimball Jct. | www.calvarychapelparkcity.com CROSSPOINT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (PCA) (435)565-1236 | www.crosspointpca.org CHRISTIAN CENTER OF PARK CITY (435)649-2260 | www.ccofpc.org CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS Park City Stake Bldg., 2300 Monitor Drive, Jeremy Ranch Bldg., 3010 Saddleback Rd. Trailside Bldg., 510 Silver Summit Pkwy. Recumbent cyclist completes 16-mile Summit Challenge BEN RAMSEY The Park Record On Saturday, the National Ability Center hosted its annual Summit Challenge – a bike ride and fundraiser that the organization bills as “Utah’s largest ride for cyclists of all abilities.” The event drew an estimated 800 riders pedaling road bikes, hand bikes, and recumbent bikes. Among them was Emily Dunford from Provo. A series of brain tumors that started a decade ago affects Dunford’s balance. Thus, she walks more slowly and is weakened from muscular atrophy. But she doesn’t want to PARK CITY BAPTIST CHURCH www.parkcitybaptist.org | (435) 649-0407 Pastor Sam Burton: (801) 815-1094 PARK CITY COMMUNITY CHURCH (PCCC) (435)649-8131 | www.parkcitycommunitychurch.org PARK CITY INTERFAITH COUNCIL President, Tyler Walton (435)513-0186 | Vice-Pres, Mike Lennon (435)640-1959 ST. JOHN’S ANGLICAN CHURCH 2024 Sidewinder Drive | (435)655-7994 | www. stjohnsanglican.org BEN RAMSEY The Park Record The Park City Miners defeated the Stansbury Stallions 5-2 on Monday night, with goals by juniors Shay Smith and Lauren Hoglin, who scored twice each, and sophomore Kegan Stringer, who scored once for the Miners. “It was, I think, our best ef- they play hard.” As for his own team, Montzingo said the Miners’ running game was working well, citing the three touchdowns that were called back. Two were nullified for holding, while the other was for an illegal alignment. Montzingo added that he felt two of the holding calls that negated the touchdowns were dubious, saying he could not find them, even with the benefit of video footage. He said those calls hurt the Miners not only on the scoreboard, but by allowing Logan to take bigger risks in subsequent plays by draining McCurdy’s energy. “The poor guy ran all over the place and didn’t get much credit,” the coach said. Going forward, Montzingo said the team would work on its Continued from B-2 Dozier Field gets makeover SHEPHERD OF THE MOUNTAINS LUTHERAN CHURCH (435)649-2233 | www.shepherdofthemountains.org MOUNTAIN LIFE CHURCH (435)647-5855 | www.mountainlife.org TEMPLE HAR SHALOM (PC Jewish Center) (435)649-2276 | www.harshalomparkcity.org THE BRANCH-A VINEYARD COMMUNITY (435)649-8301 | www.thebranchvc.org UNITY SPIRITUAL CENTER (435)658-0886 | www.unityofparkcity.com Continued from B-1 ST.MARY’S CATHOLIC CHURCH (435)649-9676 | www.stmarysparkcity.com Update your info by calling Jennifer at 435-649-9014 ext. 125 or email firstname.lastname@example.org fort from start to finish,” coach Micaela Carriel said, adding that the team didn’t show the anxiousness to score that it exhibited against Ben Lomond in their first home game against Ben Lomond the week before. She said the Miners made good passing connections and built plays up from the back line, which she called “encouraging.” “I think we are settling in,” she said, “The girls are setting into their roles and we are just excited for our game tomorrow.” The Miners now lead Region 11 with a 3-3 overall record and a 2-0 conference record. The Miners will play a conference game against Tooele on Aug. 29 at home at 3:30 p.m. and will play Bonneville on Tuesday at Bonneville in Salt Lake City at 3:30 p.m. Offense negated by fouls FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST (435)940-0224 | www.christianscience.com CREEKSIDE CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP (435)658-4687 | www.creeksidepc.com es. After Dunford, her husband Bryan and their son Clay crossed the finish line at the National Ability Center around 2 p.m., Bryan remarked that his wife had achieved a major personal accomplishment – the farthest she had ever ridden – and recalled how she had said no to everyone who had offered to push her up the course’s hills, which she said were larger than she had expected. “I just tried not to growl or anything,” Dunford said. “It wasn’t my most civil of times.” She said she appreciated those who offered to help, but she felt like she needed to finish using her own power. “It was just slow, but that’s me,” she said. “I feel like I’m a slow and steady tortoise, not the hare. But that’s OK, the tortoise keeps going – just plodding along.” Continued from B-2 plow Dozier, and that potentially reduces that lifespan,” Sheetz said. He said the wear and tear had broken down many of the artificial grass blades’ fibers. The district hired FieldTurf, an international artificial turf company, to resurface Dozier Field, and between mid-June and the last week of July, the com- ST. LUKE’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH | (435)649-4900 | www.stlukespc.org live a sedentary lifestyle – that’s not how she was raised. So when she heard about the Summit Challenge, Dunford decided she wanted to ride in the 16-mile course on her threewheeled recumbent bike. “The family I grew up in, everyone has always done a lot of races and marathons,” she said. “And I haven’t been able to do that for a long time – to do things like hiking – so, when I found out about this, it was something I could work towards.” As soon as the snow started to melt in spring, Dunford started riding around trails near her home. She soon broke her previous distance record of three miles on her bike, then worked up to a 15-mile ride on the Monday before the Summit Challenge. On Saturday she joined an estimated 800 riders who rode around Summit and Wasatch County on four different cours- Prep spotlight Girls’ soccer Park City Ice Arena Ice Hockey Rider lacking balance, but not determination, crests Summit 10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. Pickleball Open Gym Wed/Thurs/Fri, August 29-31, 2018 Sports briefs CHEERLEADING CLINIC The Park City High School cheerleaders are hosting a cheer clinic in preparations for the Labor Day parade on Saturday, Sept. 1 from 10 a.m. to noon in PCHS’s gym two. Participants will learn cheers to perform in parade on Main Street. The clinic is intended for cheerleaders aged 5-12, and will receive a T-shirt. Price is $35. TANZI PROPST/PARK RECORD Park City High School’s Chase Johansen runs the ball for the Miners before being tackled by Logan High School during their game Friday evening. passing game, which yielded a total of 46 passing yards. The Grizzlies – known as a passing team – had 201. “But make no mistake – we’re a running team,” Montzingo added. “And, hopefully we won’t have those (touchdowns) called back in the future, and we can keep those runs going.” The team’s most successful run of the night was an 80-yard fumble return for a touchdown by Baynes in the 4th quarter. “I didn’t really think much about it,” Baynes said. “The ball popped out and I picked it up and just ran for my life.” The Miners will start conference play on Sept. 14, when they face Ben Lomond on Dozier Field. But first, the Miners will travel to Kamas to play against the Wildcats this Friday. Kamas won the Class 2A state championship last season and is currently 2-0. Kickoff is at 7 p.m. pany removed the old turf and laid down an estimated 96,000 square feet of new material with 900,000 pounds of rubber and sand to fill the spaces between the artificial grass’ blades. The fill on the field is supposed to add a degree of safety by absorbing athletes’ impact – whether that’s from a fall, a jump or a tackle. “With the eight-plus pounds of infill, the kids are playing on the safest product on the market,” said Jed Easterbrook, FieldTurf’s regional manager in Salt Lake City. The previous field had a quarter of that, said Easterbrook. As for the red and black Miners logo in the center of the field and the end-zone lettering, Easterbrook said those are not painted, but inlaid – glued into the field by hand after it was installed. “We don’t like to cut the back of the product, so we take sheep shears and give it a haircut,” he said. A team removed the top layer of the turf, then used an industrial hot glue gun to adhere the graphics to the turf, then the team putsthe same fill that covers the rest of the field over top of the emblem. Standard markings like yard-lines came pre-installed. “It’s state of the art; it’s beautiful; it’s everything you could ask for in a field, and it’s a nice addition for us,” said Miners football coach Josh Montzingo after Friday’s game. “It’s good for the boys to have.” There will be an offer to cheer at a football game as well. Contact coach Ashley Baer for details or to sign up at ParkCityHSCheer@ gmail.com. all classes to pass the course. The cost for the course is $175. Participants should also bring photo identification or birth certificate. Registration is available online at: www.basinrecreation.org/recreation/adult-recreation/swimming/. For more information, contact Sydney Bull at 435-655-0999 ext. 16 or at sydney@basinrecreation. org. RED CROSS LIFEGUARD TRAINING COURSE The Red Cross is offering lifeguard training through Basin Recreation for people over 15 years old. Through videos, group discussion and hands-on practice, the class aims to teach surveillance, rescue, first aid and CPR/AED skills. Interested parties must attend a pre-screening test on Tuesday, Sept. 4 at 6:30 p.m. at the PC Aquatic Center. The test consists of a 300-yard swim, 50-yard swim with a brick and 3 minutes of treading water without using hands. Participants must attend PRE-COMP SWIM TEAM The PC MARC is hosting a fall pre-comp swim team. This swim team offers smaller group sizes, more individualized instruction, and expert coaching. Classes are held Monday through Thursday from Sept. 4-27. Visitparkcityrecreation.org or call 435-615-5401 for more information.