Air North burns Cinderwood in rec league

Whitehorse Recreational Hockey League Tuesday results: Air North Jets 16 Cinderwood Canucks 4 The Jets quadrupled their scoring in this lopsided…

Whitehorse Recreational Hockey League

Tuesday results:

Air North Jets 16

Cinderwood Canucks 4

The Jets quadrupled their scoring in this lopsided victory over Cinderwood, with Willie McKenna leading the way with a six-point night (two goals, four assists).

Darius Elias, Ryan Kinney, Greg Charlie Matt Horsey and Scott Horsey scored two goals each, and numerous assists, while Scott Kovak and Tim McIntosh rounded out the scoring with singles.

Cinderwood’s Kirk Gale netted a pair, and Jay Glass and Jerry Wald added goals as well.

Whitehorse Mustangs 10

Yukon Appliance Agitators 6

Tanner Kulych, Lowell Johnston and Joe Densmore scored two each for the Mustangs, while Kane Dawe, Glen Skookum and Travis Park added singles.

The Agitators had goals from Rob Wells with a hat trick, and Wyatt Drift and Spencer Tomlin.

Whitehorse Oldtimers Hockey League

Wednesday results:

Medicine Chest 3

Performance Centre Turbos 0

Jim Stephens netted two goals for the Chest, and Brian McWatters added the third. Glen Traverse recorded the shutout.

AON Flames 2

Yukon Inn 0

Dennis Zimmerman and Jim Giczi scored for the Flames and Jeff Kalles got the shutout.

Indoor soccer

Under-13 (Monday)

Whitehorse Star 4

Woodhouse Business Consulting 1

Graham Mainer-Pearson took the MVP nod after booting two goals for the Star, and Matthew Smith and Michael Hunter rounded out the scoring with a goal each.

For the Woodhouse team, Josh Hansen scored the lone goal and Mike Wintemute took the MVP honours.

Locksmith Services 12

Quality Cleaners 2

Robyn Fortune scored five times for the Locksmiths, and Tristan Olynyk and Chris Greek added an hat trick each, and Felix Bouchard scored as well.

Travis Pumphrey and Owen Langford-Headstrom scored for Qualita.

MicMac Toyota 6

Salvation Army 6

Charlie Kedzoira scored three goals for MicMac, and Christina Anderson added a pair, and Chris Dyck added one. Most valuable player was Shayna Jordan.

Kurtis Hills had the hat trick for Salvation Army, Justin Ens added two more, and Deanna Klubi scored one and took the MVP nod.

Under-11 (Monday)

Austring Fendrick 4

Better Bodies 2

Nicola Lazeo-Fairman netted two for Austring Fendrick, and Aiden Uiterwaal and Kirsten Smith scored as well. David Grove took the MVP shutting out Better Bodies in the first half.

Better Bodies’ Casson Fleshman netted two goals in the second half to break the shutout, and Landon Worsfold was named top player.

Assante 9

The Deli 0

Trygg Jensen led Assante to a serious victory by scoring three goals, William Rees added two, and Jarvis Scheffen, MVP Miranda Walsh, Jakov Tokic and Amy Kemshead scored as well.

The Deli’s MVP was Riley Johnson.

Under-nine (Monday)

Dirkbuilt Contracting 6

Mosi Oa Tunya Montessori 0

Dirkbuilt sent the Montessori kids back to school with two goals from Tristen Rentmeister, and goals from Jonathan Amos, Jonathan Grant-Blanchard and Kelcy Armstrong. Kaleb Evans took the MVP nod. Mosi Oa Tunya Montessori’s MVP was Zachary Endress.

Murraya Dental 5

Pelly Construction 1

Sean Clarke had the hat trick for Murraya, Aidon Johnson added one and MVP Joshua Muir scored one goal as well.

Pelly Construction’s scorer was Jerimie Adair and the MVP was Malcom Muir.

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