Park City basketball continues Panther football

Panther football players get recruited
By 
Jackson Mcmurrey
Thursday, January 30, 2020
Austin Dennis of Park City signs his football contract for the DSU Blue Hawks.

Austin Dennis of Park City signs his football contract for the DSU Blue Hawks.

Photos taken from DSU Football (@BlueHawkFB) Twitter page                        Troy Fiscarelli of Park City signs his letter of intent with the Dickinson State University Blue Hawks.

Photos taken from DSU Football (@BlueHawkFB) Twitter page
          
            Troy Fiscarelli of Park City signs his letter of intent with the Dickinson State University Blue Hawks.

Park City had games against the Reed Point-Rapelje Renegades along with the Roberts Rockets last week. The Panther varsity boys took home a win against the Renegades, 54-32. The high scorers with 9 points each this game were Austin Dennis, Tucker Johnstone and Jake Gauthier. The girls beat the Renegades 35-13. In Roberts, the girls were able to take away a win against the Rockets, a final score of 44-39. The JV boys also won their game.

Meanwhile in the world of Park City football, Dickinson State University announced earlier this week that they have officially signed Troy Fiscarelli, a senior from Park City. Troy, 18, stated on ncsasports.org that it has been a dream of his to play football at a collegiate level since he was six years old, which was when he started playing tackle football. He will wear jersey number 17 for the DSU Blue Hawks. Austin Dennis, from Park City, was also recruited to Dickinson State around the same time. Dennis will sport number 79 for the Blue Hawks. They are only two of the select Eastern-Montanan high school athletes that DSU has recruited, including Jay Johnson from Shephard, and Austin Heimer from Red Lodge.

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