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Girls hockey celebrated with Whitehorse jamboree

It wasn’t about logging wins or crowning champions. It was about girls playing hockey and it was a hit.

Tight matches highlight soccer invitational

Organizers of the Yukon Brewing Invitational soccer tournament did a bang-up job balancing out teams from a hodgepodge of players last week.

Subzero digs titles at Yukon club championships

It shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone — Yukon’s Subzero rep teams picked up titles at the Pepsi Yukon Club Volleyball Championships over the weekend.

Manta, Domino’s win squash league titles

The Squash Yukon league wrapped up with some close battles in one division and some less close battles in the other last week.

Girls hockey celebrated with Whitehorse jamboree

It wasn’t about logging wins or crowning champions. It was about girls playing hockey and it was a hit.

Christ the King continues reign at wrestling championship

Christ the King Elementary has another banner to pin on the gym wall after its students pinned opponents to the mat.

Watson Lake sledder wins trophy at B.C. hill climb

Watson Lake’s Grady McNaughton would rather ride his snowmobile in the backcountry than on a racecourse.

N60 club introducing kickboxing to elementary students

Considering martial arts stress courtesy, discipline and integrity, it only makes sense to have them in school.

Judges with tough calls to make at freestyle ski championships

Things were so close between some competitors at the Yukon Freestyle Ski Championships, one trophy ceremony was delayed so judges could compare notes.

Yukon alpine team locks up medals at zone finals

Yukon alpine skiers were fast down the mountain and high on the podium recently.

Whitehorse women’s hockey team edged from wins in Nashville

Music City U.S.A. didn’t present many high notes for a Whitehorse women’s hockey team — at least in terms of wins.

Arctic Edge caps season with medals at Super Series

Three members of the Arctic Edge Skating Club have finished the season by stepping off the ice and onto the podium.

Dawsonite reaching out to make running dream come true

Dawson City runner Jack Amos is asking the Yukon to help him get to the next level. The 15-year-old, who is one of the best up-and-coming runners in the territory, wants to move to a climate that facilitates year-round training.

Polarettes post strong results at provincials

Three members of the Whitehorse gymnastics club scored their best finishes on the uneven bars at the 2017 B.C. Gymnastics Championships in Port Coquitlam, April 7-9.

Sima hosts its biggest palooza yet

Even if you have zero interest in slapping on some skis and carving some powder, Simapalooza is still a pretty cool place to be. 

Yukon snowboarder makes history at nationals

Whitehorse’s Ethan Davy has ridden his snowboard right into the history books.

Yukon hockey teams undefeated at Banff Cup

The day after the Whitehorse Huskies men’s team captured the Coy Cup, two Yukon women’s teams won divisions and were raising the Banff Cup.

Glacier Bears win big at Medicine Hat swim meet

Members of the Glacier Bears spent two weeks training in Mesa, Arizona, before cleaning up at the Landsperg Automotive Group Spring Invitational in Medicine Hat, Alta., April 1-2.

Whitehorse’s Dylan Cozens bags scoring award

Whitehorse hockey player Dylan Cozens is a team player through and through.

Ideal conditions make for fast times at first ever Yukon Ski Marathon

Had the inaugural Yukon Ski Marathon taken place when it was originally scheduled, there wouldn’t have been a World Cup medalist to take part — and win it.