Boston Pizza tames Mustangs to win rec league title

Whitehorse Recreational Hockey League Boston Pizza/Yukon Rad 7 Whitehorse Mustangs 1 Experience won out over youth on Tuesday night as the…

Whitehorse Recreational Hockey League

Boston Pizza/Yukon Rad 7

Whitehorse Mustangs 1

Experience won out over youth on Tuesday night as the Pizza/Rad crew skated to a solid win over the Midget Mustangs in the A-division final.

Ed Peart and Derek Johnstone scored two goals each for BP, Mike Young had three assists and Bryan Curial and Dean Mastrangelo netted one each, and assisted on two more.

Lance Brown added a goal as well.

Goalie Brian Power held the Mustangs to just one goal, which was scored by Taylor Pasloski.

Sports North 6

Environmental Dynamics 2

Sports North took charge of this B-division playoff match, dominating from the get-go with a Linus Fraser goal just 16 seconds into the game.

Dustin Slonski had a hat trick, two of them while short-handed. John Van Langen netted a pair and three assists.

Dan Beaudion scored both Dynamics’ goals, assisted by Brian Douglas and Andy Connors.

 Squash

Tuesday night league finals:

Kilrich 16

Assante 11

Dan Thomson and Kevin Daffe led Kilrich to a first-place finish in the Tuesday league final at Better Bodies, by sweeping their matches against Mark Tubman and Trevor Mead-Robins, respectively.

Lori Muir won her match for Kilrich as well, going the distance against Michael Hanson.

Pierre LaCasse had the only win for Assante, beating Kevin McDonnell in four sets.

Pizza Hut 16

High Country Inn 12

In the battle for third place in the Tuesday night league, Pizza Hut came out on top, if only because all their players showed up.

A default win by Kyle Marchuk gave the Hut an easy six points, and a strong three-set win by Richard Meredith over Jim Gilpin sealed the deal.

High Country’s Matt Brown and Patrick Gardiner put up a good fight, both winning their matches in four sets, against Eric Magnuson and George Stetkiewicz.

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