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Monday’s other results Woodhouse Business Consulting thumps Sportslife Woodhouse overcame a two-game losing streak on Monday.

Monday’s other results

Woodhouse Business

Consulting thumps Sportslife

Woodhouse overcame a two-game losing streak on Monday.

Early in the first half it jumped ahead and never looked back in an 8-3 win over Sportslife in 12 and under action.

Mike Bennett scored a hat trick for Woodhouse, while Ryan (Mr. Chips) Chippett scored two.

Wyatt Gale, Josh Harlow and Liam Webster pumped balls into the net to seal the victory for Woodhouse.

The team’s MVP was Stephanie Avery.

Prime Meridian Physiotherapy

 holds on for win

Your Dream Home was unable to catch Prime Meridian Physiotherapy in a 3-2 loss Monday in the 11 and under soccer league.

Brendan Irish led Prime Meridian with two goals while teammate Odessa Beatty helped put her team on top with a third.

Chris Torgeson and Tristan Inglis-Comeau put Your Dream Home on the board, each scoring a goal.

Prime Meridian’s MVP was Tia Oster and Dream Home’s counterpart was Nick Light.

Hortons serves up win

over Jacob’s Industries

Despite the effort of Alex Hansen, who scored all four of his team’s goals, Jacob’s Industries fell to Tim Hortons 6-4 in the 11 and under league Monday.

Etienne Geoffray-Gagnon and Brayden Klassen got the bulk of Hortons’ goals, scoring two a piece. The two remaining goals were scored by Tessa Park and Peter Jacobs.

Hortons’ MVP was Kathryn Fortune while Jacobs Industries’ — as you may expect — was Hansen.

Mobile Maintenance

doubles up on Dirkbuilt

Dirkbuilt Contracting was unable to fully defend itself against Mobile Maintenance’s penetrating drives, losing 4-2 Monday at FH Collins field in the 10 and under division.

Mobile’s Mackenzie Shaw led the charge, scoring three goals. Teammate Luka VanRanden added the fourth.

Dirkbuilt’s MVP, Niko Rodden scored a goal while Tristen Reintmeister also helped close the gap with a lone goal.

“He been playing both forward and defence and has improved every single game all season long,” said Mobile coach Brian Smart, speaking of his player Tomas Jirousek, who was named the team’s MVP for the game.

“He correcting himself when he’s out on the field and whenever he’s out there he’s just effort, 100 per cent of the time.”

Kids soccer tourney to be

held this weekend

The nine and under, 10 and under and the 11 and under soccer divisions will be battling it out this weekend in the McDonald’s Yukon Championships, which caps the 2008 season.

All the games, the first of which starts Friday at 6 p.m., will be taking place the Selkirk and FH Collins soccer fields.

Each division has eight teams competing, except for the nine and under, which has a team coming in from Dawson City.

Visit www.yukon-news.com for the tournament schedules.

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