Park City Miners beat St. George’s Dixie in football playoffs 36-14

PARK CITY, Utah — On the home field on Friday in the playoffs, seven points were scored by both the Park City Miners and St. George’s Dixie in the first quarter, seven more points were notched by the Miners in the second quarter, and again in the third quarter before the Miners answered Dixie’s seven points in the fourth quarter with 15 points for the final winning score of 36-14.

Pre-game warm ups at Dozier Field.
Pre-game warm ups at Dozier Field. Photo: Michele Roepke // TownLift

Park City’s Will McCurdy and Lincoln Jackson continue to perform at a league leaders level in rushing and passing, respectively.

Playoff football for Miners against Dixie.
Playoff football for Miners against Dixie. Photo: Michele Roepke

The voice of the Miners, Pete Gillwald, was watching the pre-game warm ups before he warmed up as the broadcast commentator as he has for the last 21 years. and told TownLift, “Remember, we had a week off to get healthy, so that can always help. And last time we played Dixie earlier in the season we were up big early and held on toward the end. So we know Dixie and (it) should be a great game. Park City learned a lot from the Springfield game. So we’re in a good position to hopefully keep moving on.”

The Miners are now 10-1 overall as they head into the next playoff match against the 9-2 Timpanogas Timberwolves on Friday, Nov. 3 at home on Dozier Field; kickoff is at 6 p.m.

Gillwald added, “The Miners crowds have been awesome all season.”

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