Soccer season kicks off

Under-10 (Monday) M&A Yukon 5 EVF Fuelwood 2 Soccer season kicked off on Monday with M&A Yukon and EVF hitting the turf.

Under-10 (Monday)

M&A Yukon 5

EVF Fuelwood 2

Soccer season kicked off on Monday with M&A Yukon and EVF hitting the turf. Mike Bennett scored three, Andrew Scoffin scored two and Cole Morris was MVP for M&A.

Emile St. Pierre and Adrian Woodhouse replied for EVF with Kieran Halliday named MVP.

Under-12 (Monday)

RCMP Drug Awareness 6

Bank of Montreal 5

Mary Bennett’s hat trick led the way for the RCMP, as they squared off against Bank of Montreal to start the season. Travis Pumphrey, Kim Brown and Jesse Cebuliak scored as well. Felix Bouchard was the top cop, taking MVP honours.

Bank of Montreal sharpshooter Darhia Beatty netted three, earning a player of the game nod. Matthew Pollard and Travis Wilson added singles.

VeloNorth Cycling

The cycling season is in full swing (despite the somewhat dodgy weather) and there are two events scheduled for this week.

On Wednesday Geof Harries is hosting the first of two free-ride sessions at Second Heaven Skateboard Park in Riverdale.  Flow Session #1 starts at 6:30 p.m. at the park.

On Saturday, Glen Iceton will be putting on the first in a series of cycling road races and criterium.

This event called the North Klondike Road race starts at the junction of the Hot Spring’s Road and the North Klondike. It is an out and back course on the North Klondike.

Registration takes place at 9 a.m. in the parking lot at the junction of the Hot Springs Road and North Klondike.

All participants must be members of VeloNorth and helmets are mandatory.

The VeloNorth website has complete details on all club events. You can get there by going to

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