$200K raised to replace Park City High School scoreboard

Park City High School to get new scoreboard thanks to community support

PARK CITY, Utah — A $200,000 goal to replace the old scoreboard at Park City High School has been raised. The Park City Passing League launched the Digital Scoreboard Campaign and received an overwhelming response.

The new scoreboard will offer features such as video capabilities, instant replay, athlete highlights, sponsor recognition and more. A Dozer Field scoreboard unveiling ceremony is planned for later in the spring.

PCHS Digital Scoreboard Rendering. Photo: Jess McCurdy
PCHS Digital Scoreboard Rendering. Photo: Jess McCurdy

“The overwhelming response from our community and partners has exceeded our expectations. This campaign’s success reflects the shared commitment to enhancing the athletic experience for Park City High School students and the entire community,” said Jess McCurdy, executive director of the Park City Passing League.

Athletic Director Jamie Sheetz said, “This new digital scoreboard is a game-changer for Park City High School. It will enhance the atmosphere of our sporting events and provide unique learning opportunities for our students, aligning with our commitment to excellence both on and off the field.”

The funding will also help upgrade the baseball field scoreboard. Students will have the opportunity to help design the new scoreboard, which will be incorporated into future projects.

The Park City Passing League is a 501(c)(3) flag football league where youth players can learn more about football and prepare them for future play.

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