Buxton Carr shuts out Alkan

Whitehorse Recreational Hockey League Sunday results: Alwarid & Associates 7 Alkan Air 0 Mike Buxton-Carr shut the door on Alkan Air, earning…

Whitehorse Recreational Hockey League

Sunday results:

Alwarid & Associates 7

Alkan Air 0

Mike Buxton-Carr shut the door on Alkan Air, earning a shutout victory for A&A. Blayne Monahan and Tyson Hawkins scored two goals each, while Johnny Sembsmoen, Brad Holm and Marcel Barrault scored as well.

Kluane Drillers 3

Sports North 1

Bud Arnold, Matthew Gamble and Tyler Murray scored for the Drillers. Mitch Malchow netted the lone Sports North goal.

Whitehorse Oldtimers Hockey League

Yukon Inn 5

Edgewater Hotel 1

Dave Pearson led the Inn with a pair of goals, and Wayne Crowe, Greg Bull and Mike Blower added singles.

Doug Tenny scored for the Edgewater.

Medicine Chest 4

Kilrich 4

Ed Van Randen led the Chest with three goals, while Jim Giczi added the fourth.

For Kilrich, Wade Harrison netted three, and Paul Lackowicz scored as well.

Indoor soccer

Under-11 (Monday)

Intersport 6

ReMax 0

Andrew Scoffin had a hat trick and played very well in all positions, taking MVP honours for Intersport.

Jorey Bauer netted a pair, and Megan Lanigan added a goal as well.

The MVP for ReMax was David Grove.

Assante 3

Mic Mac 3

Assante’s Ryan Chippett scored two goals, and Sameen Bhullar added one. Dustin Titus took MVP honours.

Youjie Blackburn netted two for Mic Mac, and Aaron Viennean scored as well. Linsey Eby was named top player.

Territorial Auto Parts 7

Rafter A Ranch 1

For Territorial Auto, Linsey Keaton and Dominic Korn scored one each, while Christina Anderson scored two, and Liam Janke netted the hat trick. Connar Morgan was named MVP.

Ryley Andrew scored the lone goal for Rafter A Ranch while Dillon Armstrong was their MVP.

Over-35 league (Saturday)

Quest 5

Klondike Copier 5

Gena Gouniavyi and David Black each scored once for Quest, and Monday Igbineweka scored the hat-trick. Mehrdad Tirgar scored three times for Klondike and John MacPhail scored twice.

Yukon Brewing 3

Pepsi 2

Chris Donohoe, Chris Stacey and Angel Soto each scored one for the Yukon Brewing team. Simon Pulido and Dale Cheeseman each scored once for Pepsi.

Coed league (Sunday)

Morris & Brown 12

Bocelli’s 8

Mic Mac Toyota 14

Sanchez Cantina 4

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