Yukon Tire Mechanical leads on the links Big winners under the two-man best ball format at the Men’s Commercial Golf League on Thursday…

Yukon Tire Mechanical

leads on the links

Big winners under the two-man best ball format at the Men’s Commercial Golf League on Thursday at the Mountainview Course were Northerm, Matco Transportation, Irving Collision, Triple “J” Services, Airline Inn, and Talmark/Sit Easy.

Yukon Tire Mechanical remains in first place, six points ahead of Feature Foods.

Standings (July 20 score, total points):

1st Yukon Tire Mechanical, 4, 61

2nd Feature Foods, 4, 55

3rd Missing Links 2, 54

4th Roadhouse Bar & Grill, 4, 52

5th P&M Recycling, 0, 51

6th Northerm, 8, 49

7th Matco Transportation, 8, 49

8th Kal Tire, 4, 48

9th Low Net, 4, 48

10th Emco Foreskins, 4, 47

11th Mackay & Partners, 4, 47

12th The Chain Gang, 4, 46

13th Irving Collision, 8, 46

14th Macdonald & Co., 4, 43

15th NuWay Crushing, 4, 39

16th Triple “J” Services, 8, 38

17th Shoppers Drug, 4, 37

18th Norline Coaches, 4, 36

19th Airline Inn, 8, 35

20th Talmark/Sit Easy, 8, 33

21st Totaltrac Yukon, 0, 31

22nd Olson Construction, 0, 31

23rd Whitehorse Business Machines, 0, 27

24th Northwestel, 0, 25

25th Casa Loma Motel, 6, 25

26th RoadHouse Offsales Relics, 4, 16

27th Skookum Asphalt, 0, 10

Whitehorse Co-ed Soccer

Assante Financial 3

MicMac Toyota 3

Thursday’s tight game ended in a three-all draw. Shawn Sederberg, Guin Lalena and Andrew Connors all scored for Assante. Andrew Morris and Phil Jackson scored for MicMac. (IS)

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