Snowboard trials in Watson Lake and free skiing in Alaska

With the closure of Mount Sima, Snowboard Yukon has announced the Arctic Winter Games Trials will be held at Mount Maichen in Watson Lake.

With the closure of Mount Sima, Snowboard Yukon has announced the Arctic Winter Games Trials will be held at Mount Maichen in Watson Lake.

A training camp will be held on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. with Snowboard Yukon’s coach.

On Sunday, the slope-style competition will run during the same times as Saturday’s events.

Athletes must participate in the competition to be eligible for Team Yukon.

Registration will be at 10 a.m. at the chalet.

Special lift ticket rates have been arranged for the participants. For more information visit the website at www.snowboardyukon.com or call Arlin McFarlane at 633-4844.

In other news in the alpine world, the Eaglecrest Ski Area in Juneau and Alpenglow ski hill at Arctic Valley outside Anchorage have announced they will honour Mount Sima season pass holders.

“Our organization knows what it’s like to face difficult times so we’re glad to do anything we can to help,” said Anchorage Ski Club president Karen Loeffler.

“We’re only open on the weekends so anyone travelling from Whitehorse won’t be able to get in a lot of days in, but we’d be delighted to see them if they were in the area.”

Mount Sima season pass holders need only to present their pass at the ticket desks to receive their complimentary day of skiing and snowboarding.

Atom hockey

(Saturday)

Pearson Dental 13

Cinderwood 8

Ryan Edwards blasted the defence with his nine goals and one assist, while Luke McGrath and Max Clarke added two goals each.

Keenan Livingstone scored five times for the losing side. Parker Olson netted a pair, while Carson Hekel added a single marker.

Oldtimers hockey

(Sunday)

Edgewater Hotel 4

AON Flames 2

Dave Milne popped in a pair for the hoteliers, with goals coming from Roger Hewlett and Sean McAskie. Dennis Zimmerman and Pete McPeake scored for the Flames.

Performance Centre Turbos 6

Kilrich 2

Grant Lyons led the offence with his four goals. Glen Heinbigner found the back of the net twice. Laurie Malo and Wayne Crowe scored for Kilrich.

Klondyke Dental Molars 3

Medicine Chest 0

Guy Morgan, Jim Baker and Lorne Burnett were the scorers, while Ray Davies earned the shutout.

Yukon Inn 2

Firth Rangers 2

Brian Boorse and Andy McLeod scored for Yukon Inn, while John Skilnyk and Ron Sumanik popped in the goals for the Rangers.

Recreational hockey

(Sunday)

ORC Tree Services 10

U Brew Bruins 2

In this lopsided affair, Danny Crawford led his team to victory with six goals. Jordan Holloway netted a pair, while Jeremy Hookham and Danny Johnston each scored once.

The scores for the Bruins were Tyson Hawkins and Kevin Smith.

Narrow Gauge Contracting 13

Yukon Inn 1

Yves Paradis’ four goals and Dustin Slonski’s hat trick helped bury the opponents in this slaughter. Durand Cornett added a pair, while Scott MacDonald, James Maltby, Aaron Coates and Sam Penner each scored once.

Frank Roy was the lone scorer

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