Pine Plumbing 13
Colad Esthetics 7
Tyler Pumphrey led a host of Pine Plumbing scorers with eight goals Thursday. Adding to the damage was Jaime Whitty, with a hat trick, and Katie Pope with a pair. Cody Reaume scored one and Michael Donohoe was named top plumber.
Colad’s Kaitlyn Peterson scored four goals, and Wayne Dupont added two, while Colby Heynen netted a single. Andrew Walchuck was named MVP.
Quarton & Sutherland 10
Klondike Copier 9
David Ratcliff scored four in Quarton & Sutherland close win over the Copiers. Savanna Marks had a hat trick, and Michael Irish, Jonathan Quarton and MVP Amy Andison added singles.
Stephen Dynes scored seven times for Klondike Copier, Michael Hemmings and Kaiden McIntyre scored as well, and the MVP was Adrian Wheeler.
Audette Construction 4
The Electrical Shop 3
An evenly matched game, in which Tyler Audette, Kara LePine, Dakota Couch and Rhiannon Jones scored for Audette.
Michael Abbott, Nick Gillen and Brett Hills scored for the Electrical Shop.
Mobile Maintenance 3
Coates Services Yukon Ltd. 3
Alex Hansen had a hat trick for Mobile, and Alexandra Maltais was named MVP.
Riley Smoler, Kyle Jacobs and Braydon Klassen each singled for Coates, and Kyle Smeeton took MVP honours.
Better Bodies 2
Northern Denture Clinic 1
Better Bodies won its first game of the season, with Joshua Larouche and Megan Banks scoring, and Joshua Muir taking MVP.
Alex Soin was the lone scorer for Northern Denture Clinic and its MVP was Nate Curtis.
and Gifts 4
Plantation Flower and Gifts’ scorers were Jedrek Dendys and Breanna Stagg, with one each, and Dylan Cozens, with a pair. Clare McLeod-Smith was named top player.
Anthony Steele and Cody Amaral scored two each for Oranje, and Ethan Vanderkley took MVP honours.
Underhill Geomatics 6
Boston Pizza 1
All six Underhill goals came off the feet of Brandon Barret, and Anthony Barteaux was named top player.
Joe Parker was the lone Boston Pizza scorer, and Reece Johnson was the player of the game.
Yukon News 6
Murraya Dental 1
Ryan Hindson scored the hat trick for The News and was named MVP, while Liam Adel netted a pair, and Elisha Leenders added one.
Angus Endress scored for Murraya, and took MVP honours as well.
Sports Lodge 9
Qualita Cleaners 6
Joel Stacey led the Sportslodge with four goals, Kyle Levia and Devon Blanchard scored a pair each, and Grant McWatters netted one. Karlee Bendera was named top player.
Josh Hanrath had two goals for Qualita, and MVP Esther Worthington, Ryan Wilson, Thorin Loeks, and John Borud added singles.
Adult coed league (Sunday)
Yukon Brewing 7
Mo Sahid booted four goals for the Brewers, Greta Gray scored two and Spencer Rich added a single.
Geoff Zapaniuk had a hat trick for Intersport, and Joanne Pare, Ashraf Mahmoud, and Bridget McClarty added goals as well.
Scoring for Bocelli’s were Geordo Matechuk and Dave Strachan, with two each, and Charlie MacLeod and Rod Savoie with singles.
Kris Schneider, Bruno Bourdache and Thierry Haddad scored a pair each for Sanchez, and Ayman Tadros, Dave Strachan, and Liz Bradley netted goals as well.
Cinderwood Canucks 6
Whitehorse Mustangs-Midget AA 4
Ben Wondga scored two for the Canucks as it managed to handle the young Mustangs on Saturday. Frank Aucoin, Joey Mason, Curt Campbell and Martin Lawrie added singles.
Mustang goals were scored by Owen McKinnon, Robbie Stuckey, Kevin Pike and Glen Skookum.
Yukon Appliance Blues 9
Air North Jets 3
Two goals each for the Blues’ Joe Martin, Danny Jirousek and Daryn Leas was more than enough to put the Jets on ice. Curtis Goodman, Thom Minard and Jeff Monkman scored as well.
Gerry Grant, Wesley Marsh and Jeff Foster scored for the Jets.
Yukon Inn 2
Edgewater Hotel 2
Mike Blower and Daryl Berube scored for Yukon Inn in this draw with Edgewater. Wayne Crowe helped out with two assists.
Sean McAskie, and Larry Warner scored for Edgewater.
Firth Rangers 5
AON Flames 0
The Rangers’ Tim Turner-Davis netted two goals and an assist, and Aubyn Coad, Gord Campbell, and Joel Witten scored one each, and Paul Sahagian recorded two assists. Glen Traverse recorded the shutout.
Whitehorse Minor Soccer
Castle Rock 3
Michael Skookum scored a pair for Powerade, Brandon Langenham and Youge Blackburn scored singles, and Jordan Langenham took MVP honours.
Castle Rock’s Scott Hunston scored, as did Cody Lessard and Kalin Slough. William Douglas was named top player.
Pizza Hut 9
Pizza Hut’s Jamie Limoges and Logan Morris scored a pair each, and Trenton Dupont, Riley Smoler, Mathew Cooper, Damian Homis and Cole Wykes scored and assisted. Brandon Rondeau was the Hut’s player of the game.
Keenan Livingston netted four goals and an assist for Wal-Mart, taking MVP honours. Levi Johnson scored one and helped out on three more, and Jack Blisner added a single.