Boston Pizza weathers the Storm for rec league championship

Boston Pizza 7 Southern Tutchone Storm 4 Barry Blisner led the Boston Pizza squad to victory in the rec league final Saturday, scoring two goals…

Boston Pizza 7

Southern Tutchone Storm 4

Barry Blisner led the Boston Pizza squad to victory in the rec league final Saturday, scoring two goals and an assist in a decisive win over the Storm.

Lance Brown netted a pair of shorthanded goals, and James Edzerza, Derek Johnstone and Dean Mastrangelo had singles and a pair of assists each.

Rob Johnson helped out with three assists, while Mike Nikon and Ron Servatius added assists as well.

Cody Joe scored two for the Storm, and Kevin Smith and Scott Horsey added singles. Matt Horsey had three assists.

Oldtimers league


Yukon Inn 2

Klondyke Dental Molars 1

Brian McWatters opened the scoring for the Yukon Inn, and Glen Heinbigner closed it. Two goals was enough to put away the Molars in this defensive Oldtimers’ final. Dave Pearson, Greg Bull and Craig Steinbach assisted for the Inn.

Lance Bevilacqua scored for Klondyke with Larry Warner assisting.

Atom division final

(March 28th)

Gem Gas 4

Cinderwood 1

After taking out Whitehorse Esso in the semi-final the night before, Gem Gas met Cinderwood for the Tuesday tilt.

Riley Pettitt was on fire for Gem Gas, netting all four goals and earning MVP honours. Willy Oulton and Ben Deacon helped out with two assists each, and Graeme Close had one.

Cinderwood’s Tyrell Hope scored the only goal for his team, assisted by Elliot Berg and Jordan King.

The final standings in the atom division were Gem Gas with gold, Cinderwood taking silver and Peason Dental with bronze.


Junior league (Sunday)

Microage 20

Canada Flooring 9

Microage’s Erik Jacobsen and David Lister swept their matches against Jessica Borgford and Rory Gibson, respectively. Logan Bull needed four sets to defeat Canada Flooring’s Gavin Nyland.

Honda 24

Vandelay Systems 11

Lots of one-sided play in this contest, with Honda taking four of five matches.

Haley Thomson and Shaun Stinson swept their Vandelay opponents Erin Linklater and Logan Small.

Honda’s Denis Godin beat Steven Harlow in five sets.

Vandelay’s only win came from Logan Godin, as he beat Braedan Brickner in straight sets.


1st Canada Flooring, 291

2nd Vandelay Systems, 279

3rd Pacific Northwest

Moving, 266

4th Honda, 261

5th Microage, 208

Thursday night league

Well-Read Books 18

Sterling Insurance 15

Tara Matechuk and Alan McDermott had wins for Well-Read, over Therese Aberson and Shauna Tompkins.

Trevor Mead-Robins and Patti Flather won for Sterling, beating Chris Ziegler and Eric Irvine in five sets.

Northwestel High Speed internet 13

High Country 11

Shaun Stinson and Mark Beese swept the High Country’s John Bailey and Shauna Grant.

Sherri Wright and Peter Boniface posted wins for High Country over Jessica Bryant and Dallas Yeulett, respectively.

Kumon Learning 12

Northern Lights

Optometry 11

All sweeps in this series, with Kumon’s Beth Ellis and Rachelle Zrall beating Jen Meurer and Al Ohlin in three sets.

Northern Light’s Jordan Barker and Karen Clyde beat Lara Lewis and Erin Linklater, respectively.


1st Whitehorse Travel, 291

2nd Well-Read Books, 287

3rd Northwestel High Speed internet, 285

4th Northern Lights Optometry, 251

5th Kumon Learning, 249

6th High Country, 213

7th Sterling Insurance, 209

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