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Join the annual Park City Memorial 5k on May 25

Townlift | Kirsten Kohlwey | May 12, 2024 

PARK CITY, Utah — Since May 2009, the Park City Memorial 5k has brought members of the Park City High School National Honor Society (NHS) and the community together to remember those they’ve lost and carry on their legacies. Come run with the NHS on May 25 starting at Park City High School.

 

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Ecker Hill Middle School librarian recognized at National Education Association Foundation Gala

Townlift | Ashtyn Asay | May 10, 2024 

PARK CITY, Utah — Lara Rude, a librarian at Ecker Hill Middle School, was recently honored as a winner of the National Education Association Foundation’s Travelers Award for Teaching Excellence.

The award, which was presented at the NEA’s annual gala in Washington D.C. on May 3, honors educators who demonstrate excellence, commitment to equity, community engagement and leadership. Rude was one of 40 recipients of the award.

 

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Sports in Brief: Miners boys lacrosse wins overtime thriller with Brighton

Park Record |   | May 10, 2024 

Miners boys lacrosse defeats Brighton in overtime

The Miners boys lacrosse squad defeated Brighton 4-3 Wednesday in overtime. Wade Birch, Liam Van Valkenburgh and Sam Gould had big games in the win, totaling two points each. Park City is now 12-3 on the season, with one regular season game left to go. They’ll take on Corner Canyon Friday at 7:30 p.m. on the road.

Miners baseball drops first game of playoff series

 

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Park City’s Lia Block races at F1 Grand Prix event in Miami

Townlift | Michele Roepke | May 9, 2024 

MIAMI, Florida — Park City’s Lia Block, 17, daughter of Ken Block, is racing in the F1 Academy at the Miami Grand Prix representing Williams Racing Team this week.

F1 Academy champions the next generation of female talent to explore their own motorsport journeys. By breaking down barriers to entry on track in the F1 Academy Racing Series and through grassroots initiatives they hope to make motorsport more diverse, inclusive and accessible.

 

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Miners girls lacrosse dominates Brighton on senior night

Park Record |  | May 9, 2024 

It was smooth sailing for the Miners girls lacrosse squad on Wednesday’s senior night, as they dominated Brighton 17-4. 

Park City battled cold, lightly snowy conditions and a late first-quarter Brighton surge to get the job done under the Dozier Field lights. The Bengals scored two goals after the Miners’ first three in that first quarter before Park City went on a 14-2 run to end the game. 

 

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Miners softball ends season with regionals loss to Tooele

Park Record | May 8, 2024 

In head coach Ashley Manusos’ first season with the program, her squad qualified for their first postseason since 2021 as the 23rd seed out of 24 teams in 4A. The majority of Park City programs switched over to 4A from the larger 5A classification this year. 

“A sweep isn’t the way you want to go out of a postseason matchup, but our athletes were able to play head-to-head for six innings for both games, which is something we have only done a handful of times this season,” said Manusos. “To think it was against a team who is ranked number 10 going into postseason, our girls have a lot to be proud of.”

 

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Park City School Board president drops quest for reelection; ‘time for new ideas and new enthusiasm’

Park Record |  | May 7, 2024 

Park City Board of Education President Andrew Caplan has dropped his bid for reelection, leaving candidates Eileen Gallagher or Dave McFawn to the race for District 2.

“After careful consideration I have made the decision to remove my name from the ballot for the school board election this fall,” Caplan said Tuesday. “When I first made the decision to run again, it was the Friday prior to the new filing deadline, and at the time no one had registered. Fortunately, prior to the deadline two more qualified candidates filed, and I believe it is time for new ideas and new enthusiasm for the role.”

 

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