‘Tis the Season to Recycle!
Avoid the after-Christmas hassle--let us pick up and haul your tree to a local recycling area. This program is the main fundraiser for the Park City High School Boys and Girls lacrosse teams. We appreciate your support!
Pick Up Dates - choice of two weekends:
Please have your tree stripped & ready in your driveway by 9am on Saturday morning of your preferred weekend.
Cost: $25 per tree for pickup
We are sorry, tree collection is not available for the Promontory, Glenwild, White Pine, or Jordanelle neighborhoods.
Park City Midfielder Hannah Hyatt has committed to play for Boston College. Hyatt also plays for the Pacific Falcons, a club team based in California.
“When I went to visit BC I absolutely fell in love with everything there,” said Hyatt. “The campus, the classes, and of course the lacrosse team. When I went to visit BC, the girls that toured me around and that I stayed with really showed me what it was like to be an Eagle. What drew me to the lacrosse program was that I love the coaches. All of them were so nice to me and we just really clicked when we started talking.”
Read the complete article in Utah Lacrosse News
Welcome to the online home of Park City Lacrosse! Here you will find information about programs for Park City Lacrosse Organization (PCLO), which oversees programs for high school boys and girls Park Cty Youth Lacrosse Organization (PCYLO), which runs teams and programs for youth grades 1-8.
Very important meeting for all Girls' High School lacrosse players and their parents with coaches. Registratiion, practice and uniform information will be discussed.
Avoid late fees!
Get some fresh new socks and help out a family in need. 45-year-old Neill Redfern is a UNC lacrosse alum fighting rare form of liver cancer. 212 is raising funds with NR 14 (Neill Redfern/Carolina Number) socks for those nterested in supporting the Redfern family during this very difficult time. All proceeds go to Neill's family in Colorado. Click here to order.
PC Juniors Girls beat Lone Peak 10-6
PC Juniors Boys topped Juan Diego 8-6