Congratulations to all of our PC Miners youth players on a great 2019 season!
A special congratulations to 2019 championship teams, Mity Mite Black and Gremlins!
As our season winds down, we would like to extend a big thank you to all of the parents - our season couldn’t be successful without your help. You’ve hauled your kids to and from practices, transported them far and wide for games, stood out in the extreme heat and cold, and have really stepped up when we needed volunteers. Our organization is run 100% on volunteer effort, and we’re so lucky to have your support.
And of course a HUGE thank you to our coaches. They put in more time than you know both on and off the field, some without having a player on a team! They obviously have a real love for the game and for coaching your kids. And don’t forget our team managers, who put in countless hours making our teams run smoothly.
We hope you and your player loved playing football this season. See you all next season (and hopefully at Passing League in the Spring)
Objectives of the Park City District shall be the following:
A. To build healthy bodies and minds.
B. To develop skill and proficiency in football and related activities.
C. To teach concepts of teamwork, sportsmanship, loyalty, honesty and pride.
D. To stimulate community interest in sports.
E. To have fun.
F. To do all of these things with the welfare of the youngsters first and foremost, without adult ambition for personal glory.
In order to receive your $100 volunteer deposit that you paid at registration, you must complete 8 volunteer hours throughout the season. Volunteer hours can be earned by signing up for volunteer shifts at home games, becoming a team manager, team photographer or videographer, or coaching. Visit the Dibs page to sign up for volunteer hours.
Park City Youth Football is part of the greater Park City Football Family! As part of our football community we enthusiastically support the Park City High School teams! This year the Park City Football Family came together at Dozier Field for the Meet the Miners event on August 9th, and the following week the youth players cheered the varsity team to the field and on to victory at their season opener game against the Wasatch Wasps . We hope the youth players will continue to come out and support the PCHS teams that they will (hopefully) be a part of someday!
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