Borsa nets five for the Gulch

Indoor soccer Under-11 (Wednesday) Henry Gulch 7 Austring Fendricks 5 Henry Gulch slipped past the Austring crew on Wednesday with Tanner Borsa…

Indoor soccer

Under-11 (Wednesday)

Henry Gulch 7

Austring Fendricks 5

Henry Gulch slipped past the Austring crew on Wednesday with Tanner Borsa scoring five goals and Wynn White adding a pair. Alex Hanson took the MVP nod.

David Grove and Aidan Uiterwaal scored two each for Austring, and Nicola Lazeo-Fairman added a single. Katarina Fekete took the player of the game honours.

Better Bodies 1

Physio Plus 1

Landon Worsfold scored for Better Bodies, and the MVP was Tia Oster. Physio Plus’ goal scorer was Peter Jacob, and Tristan Inglis Comeau was the top player.

Under-18 (Monday)

Pristine Auto Care 10

Prime Meridian Physio 4

Devin Blanchard netted four goals for Pristine, Joaquin McWatters scored three, Grant McWatters booted two in, while Kynan McIntyre added one. Erica Trimble was named MVP.

Michael Irish and Marlin Bruneau scored two each for Prime, and Shawn Porter was named the top player.

Under-13 (Monday)

Boston Pizza 5

Locksmith Services 5

Boston Pizza’s scorers were Kieran Small and Ryley Andrew with two each. Jessie Erdman scored as well, and the MVP was Martin Sealy.

Locksmith’s Felix Bouchard scored two and took the MVP, and Tristan Olynk, Robyn Fortune, Daniela Raillard scored as well.

Under-nine (Tuesday)

Titan Gaming 3

Murraya Dental 2

Titan Gaming’s goal scorers were Mikaela Ponsioen, with a pair, and MVP Dustin MacDougall.  

Sean Clarke scored twice for Murraya Dental. MVP went to Josh Muir.


Oldtimers Hockey

Wednesday’s results:

Performance Centre Turbos 3

Medicine Chest 1

Dennis Connelly scored twice for the Turbos, and Gord Campbell added one, assisted by Don Morrison and Glen Heinbigner.

Mike Kenny had the lone goal for the Chest, assisted by Chris McNutt.

Yukon Inn 2

AON Flames 2

Gord Kuchler and Mike Blower scored for Yukon Inn, assists by Al Hammond and Rick Moses.

Bill Bohmer had two goals for the Flames. Eric von Flotow, Aubyn Coad and John Periera assisted.

Whitehorse Minor Hockey

Atom division (Sunday)

Gem Gas 4

JenTech 3

Dustyn VanBibber led Gem Gas with a pair of goals, and Damian Homis and Max Brewster scored as well.

Jarrett Peterson scored twice for JenTech and Andrew Glada added one,

Table tennis

Table Tennis Yukon is holding its 2008 Arctic Winter Games trial this Sunday, December 9 at Whitehorse Elementary School. Registration at noon.

Ping-Pongers born after 1990 (junior) or 1993 (juvenile) are welcome to take up thy paddle and play, members $5, non-members $10.

Call Dave Stockdale at 668-3358 or e-mail

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