PARK CITY, Utah — On Friday night the Park City High School (PCHS) Miners won their home varsity football game at Dozier Field against the Stansbury Stallions with a final score of 17-21, bringing their season standings to 6-0.
PCHS Principal Roger Arbabi attended the game and had this to say afterwards in an interview for TownLift, “Even though we had a couple turnovers that we probably didn’t need, I think our defense was absolutely amazing tonight.”
Under clear skies and in front of stands which were three quarters full, the Miners were up 10-14 at the half before the Stallions scored in the third making it 16-14. With 5:46 left in the third quarter, PC intercepted a pass on their one yard line, and ran it to the 30.
After the third quarter, a coach for the Miner’s cross country running team who was spectating, PCHS physics teacher Matthew Nagie, who’s running for City Council, had this to say for TownLift, “I’m glad that everyone’s having fun.”
With 10:30 left in the fourth quarter, Charlie Cuzimano, no stranger to big catches scored making the game 17-20 before the final posting ended at 17-21.
This Friday night’s game will be away at Cottonwood in Salt Lake City.