PARK CITY, Utah — The crowd that filled the stands at Dozier Field to cheer on the Park City High School Miners football team at Homecoming against the Murray Spartans were treated to a 53 – 0 victory on Friday.
Freshman class Principal Caleb Fine told TownLift, “With the weather as perfect as it is tonight, it finally feels like fall, everyone’s having a fun time watching the Miners play perfectly for this Homecoming game.”
Home team quarterback Blake Tabarracci had a big night after playing for many years, and newer members of the team had a chance to get some experience on the field like nordic ski jumper-turned-football-player Ryder Olden.
Sophmore Miner, Justin Michaeli played tonight’s game after taking the anchor position in today’s Pep Rally. He also used to play basketball, and is currently on the baseball team after representing his Texas team in the Little League World Series. The 6’3″ right tackle told TownLift, “This was a really good Homecoming game for us, it felt great to be out on the field in front of such a fun crowd.”
James Quan and Ashley Fannon were named Homecoming King and Queen to thunderous applause during the halftime performances where the Cheer Squad and the Dance Company entertained the large crowd.
Next Friday the Miners head to Salt Lake City to take on the Highland High Rams.
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