Miners girls volleyball team plays in state championships

PARK CITY, Utah —The Park City High School girls volleyball team made it all the way to the quarterfinal rounds in the 4A Utah State Championship Tournament on Wednesday and Thursday with a “W” against Provo 3-1, and an “L” against Sky View 3-0. Then Park City was beat by Cedar City High School 3-1, thus not advancing.

Photo: Andrea Terwillegar

In the final championship game, hometown Orem beat Green Canyon 3-0 on the campus of UVU in Orem.

Miners’ team leaders included Sabine Smith whose national average for volleyball kills is 49 and for receptions is 82, and Camden Goodman with national averages of 79 for digs and 47 for assists. 

Photo: Andrea Terwillegar

Park City senior Lucy Terwillegar had fun playing in the state volleyball tournament while her mom, Andrea, and HER mom, Amanda, had fun watching. Andrea, a PCHS alumna and former varsity volleyball athlete who also played at state like her daughter Lucy poignantly described the bittersweet moment as “the first of the lasts.” That means the family is taking it all in as the first time the high school sports are done, now on to all the other last milestones of any senior’s experiences.

Andrea told TownLift, “The opponent teams the girls played today had talented athletes who made it tough for our kiddos and deserve their hard-fought wins. We’re all so proud of this Miner team after years of great play.”

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