Ian Stewart

Skookum Cashspiel draws big names

Curling legends Randy Ferbey and Rick Folk will head to Whitehorse later this month to smash some rocks at the Whitehorse Curling Club for the second…

Tessier squashes the competition

Forty-two racketeers vied for the post-Halloween squash supremacy this weekend at the Better Bodies Apres-Boo Squash Tournament.

Kilrich takes early squash lead

Squash Tuesday night league: Kilrich 20 Roche Financial 12 Richard Meredith led the charge for Kilrich in the first Tuesday night league of the…

Mustangs lead in rec league

Whitehorse Recreational Hockey Saturday results: Whitehorse Mustangs 7 Roadhouse 6 Lowell Johnston had a pair of goals and a pair of assists for…

Pine’s Adamek boots in six, Energy North a scoring machine

Indoor Soccer Under-15 (Wednesday) Pine Plumbing 8 Wintemute Electric 5 Ale Adamek was on fire for the Plumbers, scoring six goals as they…

Marcotte Junior Ranger’s top shooter

Pelly Crossing sharpshooter Danielle Marcotte picked off her fellow Junior Rangers this weekend at Whitehorse’s Grey Mountain Range.

Speed Skaters plaque the Icemen

Although they didn’t win any medals or grace the front page during the Canada Games, the icemakers at the Canada Games Centre did an…

Whitehorse loses grip on Junior Worlds

The Whitehorse host society for the 2008 Junior World Weightlifting Championships announced Wednesday that Whitehorse will not host the event, which…

Bakk tops in World Ironman division in Hawaii

Former Yukoner Britni Bakk took the top spot in the women’s 40-44 division at the World Ironman Championships in Kona, Hawaii on Saturday.

Registration opens for 2008 Yukon River Quest

Registrations are now being accepted for the 10th Annual Yukon River Quest, the longest annual canoe and kayak race in the world, which will be held…

Henry, Kabanack dominate in high school racing

The Whitehorse High School Mountain Bike Series wrapped up on Wednesday with its fourth and final race of the year.

Malo nets two for Kilrich

News Reporter Whitehorse Oldtimers Hockey Kilrich 3 Edgewater Hotel 1 Laurie Malo led Kilrich to victory on Wednesday by scoring two goals…

“Young legs” set for 40th marathon

Joanne VanBibber-Widrig found her passion at the age of 40 — and 10 years later, she’s still going strong.

Hockey relic leads to cross country adventure

When Mark O’Connell found a tyke-size hockey stick at his Orillia, Ontario, cottage 17 years ago, he thought nothing of it — he gave it…

Oldtimers strap on the blades

Glen Traverse recorded a shutout for Medicine Chest in its recent rout of the Edgewater Hotel in Whitehorse Oldtimers Hockey League action.

High school bikers hit Grey Mountain trails

The third of four races in the Whitehorse High School Mountain Bike Series went mostly downhill on Wednesday night.

Intersport Fun Run limps to a finish

As Old Man Winter creeps down the mountainsides into the Whitehorse valley, the competitive running and walking season is winding up.

Curling’s comeback kid

Jon Solberg left the Yukon in 2002, after leading his curling rink all the way to the Nokia Brier, the top of the heap for Canadian curling.

Sharp wins bronze at worlds

National team wrestler and former Yukoner Erica Sharp pinned down a bronze medal at the world wrestling championships in Baku, Azerbaijan, this…

Bogle, Langbakk set personal bests

The snow in the high country signals that the competitive running and walking season is coming to a close.