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The Park City High School Miners' 11-1 football season came to a crashing halt Thursday night
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — The Park City High School Miners’ 11-1 football season came to a crashing halt Thursday night at the Utah State 4A playoff semifinals at the University of Utah’s Rice-Eccles Stadium against North Logan’s Green Canyon High School, 21-0.
“While the results of the game last night weren’t what we hoped for, I am so very proud of our team and all they accomplished this season! Miners Head Coach Josh Montzingo told TownLift. “A tough loss to a great opponent in the State SemiFinals while a tough way to finish doesn’t diminish the fact that they won a Region title and finished the regular season with only one loss! The love and dedication they displayed for one another, and the bonds and memories that were built, are the true success of the season and I couldn’t be more proud to have had the opportunity to be their coach!”
Park City was 7-2 at home this season and 4-0 away.
“A very tough end of season game, but this is a season the PC Miners should be so proud of, ” is what Megan Luckin wrote on Facebook. She’s the mother of an athlete and the Park City School District employee assisting parents and students from the front desk at Trailside Elementary School.
Green Canyon will play the winner of Crimson Cliffs from Washington and and Ridgeline from Millville at Rice-Eccles on Nov. 17 at 11 a.m.