Air North blasts the Storm

Whitehorse recreational hockey Thursday results: Air North Jets 13 Southern Tutchone Storm 4 Air North’s Darius Elias, Greg Charlie and…

Whitehorse

recreational hockey

Thursday results:

Air North Jets 13

Southern Tutchone Storm 4

Air North’s Darius Elias, Greg Charlie and Jeff Foster (the tic-tac-toe line) caused some significant turbulance for the Southern Tutchone Storm, combining for 16 points on Thursday night.

Elias scored three times and added two assists, Charlie netted two and had four assists, and Foster scored three with two assists as well.

Gerry Grant also scored three goals and a pair of assists, while Shawn Kinsella and Willy McKenna scored as well.

For the Storm, Matt Horsey had a goal and an assist, and Kevin Smith, Ryan Hodgins and Shawn Kolak each replied with goals as well.

Indoor soccer

Under-15 (Thursday)

Klondike Copier 6

Tyler Pumphrey led the Plumbers with three goals, while Josh Schefen netted a pair and Blaine Hierlihy and Jaime Whitty added singles. Nadine Poirier took the Plumbing’s MVP nod.

Goal Scorers for Klondike were Kathleen Hare, with three goals, and Michael Hemmings, Courtney MacPhail and Jaime Whitty (who switched sides at halftime) with singles. Scott Dupont was Klondike’s top player.

Quarton & Sutherland 12

The Electrical Shop 3

Jonothan Quarton led the Q&S squad with four goals, and Sarah Allison added three. Michael Irish and David Ratcliff netted a pair each, and Savanna Marks scored one. Kyah Parent was named Q&S’s top player.

The Electrical Shop’s scorers were Dillon Vickerman, Emily Fedoriak and Michael Abbott.

Under-11 (Wednesday)

Budget Rent A Car 9

Rafter A Ranch 3

Nicolas Dobush led the Rentals with a five-goal performance on Wednesday. Matthew Smith netted the hat trick and Ryley Johnson added a single. Lucy Miller took MVP honours.

Tyson Schaber scored a pair for the Ranch, and Ryley Andrew added one, while Ashton Schaber was named MVP.

Under-nine (Thursday)

Mobile Maintenance 6

Elks 2

Logan Harris netted three goals for Mobile, and Alex Hansen, Alexandra Maltais and MVP Graydon McDonnell scored singles.

No Elks scoring information received.

Coates Services 9

Better Bodies 0

Coates Services shut out the Better Bodies crew, with Kole Smeeton leading the way with three goals, Hannah Milne and Riley Smoler scored two goals each, and Kayla Armstrong and Kyle Jacobs netted singles. MVP honours went to Breadan Klassen.

MVP for Better Bodies was Josh Muir.

Tim Hortons 5

Medicine Chest

Pharmacy 0

Luka Van Randen scored a hat trick for Tim Hortons, and Benjamin Grundmanis and Odessa Beatty added singles. Logan Ferguson took MVP honours for the shut out.

Medicine Chest’s top player was Ryan McKinnon.

Under-seven (Thursday)

Underhill Geomatics 3

Boston Pizza 1

Brandon Barrett scored all three goals for Underhill Geomatics, and the MVP was Sarah Miller.

JJ Cannings scored for Boston Pizza, while Jonas Leas took MVP honours.

Plantation Flowers

and Gifts 8

Oranje 1

Ben Beese was Plantation’s top player, and Clodagh Berg was named MVP for Oranje.

Yukon News 11

Murraya Dental 0

Liam Adel led the News with four goals, and Ryan Hindson added three of his own. Mackenzie Benn, Sarah Leslie and Karl Knickle added goals as well, and Knickle took MVP honours.

The Dental’s top player was Greg Murdoch.

Coed league (Sunday)

Intersport 8

Yukon Brewing 6

Scoring for Intersport was evenly distributed, with Bridget McClarty, Mike Pare, Josianne Markley and Mo Sahid all netted a pair.  

Kate Rich, Greta Gray and Spencer Rich scored two each for the Brewers as well.

Whitehorse

oldtimers hockey

Wednesday results:

Klondyke Dental Molars 5

Kilrich 5

Laurie Malo led the Molars with three goals and an assist, and Bob Schwinghamer and Jim Baker scored a goal each as well. Jordan Borgford helped out with a pair of assists.

Kilrich kept things even with a pair of goals from Stu Mackay, who also assisted on two more.

Gary Boyd, Wade Harrison and Bill Watson added singles, and Harrison assisted on a pair as well.

Firth Rangers 2

Edgewater Hotel 1

Dave Borud and Tom Ullyett scored for the Rangers, as they slipped past the Edgewater. Al Hammond and Tom Amson assisted.

Dave Ecker scored the lone Edgewater goal, assisted by Ross Phillips.

Thursday results:

AON Flames 5

Medicine Chest 2

Brian Boorse netted a pair for the Flames, and Al Lane, Kevin Neufeld and Bill Bohmer added singles.

Jim Giczi and Ed Van Randen scored for the Chest.

Performance Centre

Turbos 4

Yukon Inn 2

Guy Morgan and Glen Heinbigner scored two goals each as the Turbos doubled up on the Yukon Inn crowd.

Mike Blower and Bernie Adilman scored for the Yukon Inn.

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