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Donohoe nets four as Pine flushes Energy North

Indoor soccerUnder-15 (Tuesday)Pine Plumbing 14Energy North 4Michael Donohoe led the Plumbers with four goals, as it trounced the Energy…

Indoor soccer

Under-15 (Tuesday)

Pine Plumbing 14

Energy North 4

Michael Donohoe led the Plumbers with four goals, as it trounced the Energy North squad. Pine’s Jaime Whitty, Cody Reaume and Tyler Pumphrey all scored hat tricks, and Josh Scheffen and Mauricio Ruiz added singles. Blaine Hierlihy took MVP honours for the Plumbing.

 Logan Potter scored all four Energy North goals, while Scott McWhinnie was named MVP.

Colad Laser Centre 6

Quarton & Sutherland 5

Colad’s Madison Pearson netted a pair, while Andrew Walchuck, Reese Steele-Lane, Wayne Dupont and Colby Heynen added goals as well. MVP for the Centre was Cole Mickey.

Tanner Coyne and Michael Irish scored two goals each for Q&S, and Savanna Marks added a single. Amy Andison was named top player.


The Electrical Shop 8

Klondike Copier 7

Emily Fedoriak netted one and took the MVP nod as The Electrical Shop edged out Klondike. Raissa Anderson, Naomi Hardisty, Bronwyn Beairsto, Brett Hills, Nicolas Gillen, Dillion Vickerman and Michael Abbott scored as well.

Courtney McPhail and Ross Mitcham Timpany scored two goals each for the Copiers, while Scott Dupont, Michael Hemmings and David Hemmings rounded out the scoring. Kaiden McIntyre was named Klondike’s top player.

Under-13 (Monday)

Alpine Bakery 16

Snap on Tools 2

For Alpine Bakery, Rob Borud led the charge with seven goals, Jamie Davignon scored four times, Kimberly Brown netted three, and Brittany Banks and Simon Paish added singles. Alpine’s top player was Dwight Herdisty.

For Snap on Tools, Jeremy Mann scored both goals and Eric Berquist was named MVP.

Bumper to Bumper 6

Yukon Outfitters Association 4

Caleb Kelly, Harold Risby and Kieran Small scored two goals each as the Bumpers bumped the YOA. Kelsey Smeeton was named top player.

Kyle Bowers scored twice, and Jamie Pope and Ian Wintemute added singles. Sabrina Clark took MVP honours.

Under-11 (Wednesday)

Intersport 5

Alcan Air  2

Intersport’s Jory Bauer and Megan Lanigan netted two goals each to lead the way to victory. Nolen Mountain scored the single.  MVP was given to two keen players, Jennifer and Dominique Ryan.

Alcan Air two goals scored by Nicholas Zacharelli with Chris Dick giving his all for MVP.

Rafter A Ranch 10

Assante Financial 8

Ryley Andrew scored six times for the Rafters in this high-scoring game. Brittney (no last name given) had four goals, and the MVP nod went to goalie Kirsten Smith.

Assante’s Ryan Chippett and MVP Heiko Nyland scored three each, and Talia Woodland and Samine Bhullar added singles.

Whitehorse Star 10

Mic Mac Toyota 7

The Star’s scorers were Trenton Pumphrey, with four goals, Jonathon Koltun who scored three. Daria Jordan, Martin Brenner added singles.

Youge Blackburn scored four goals for Mic Mac, and Linsey Eby added a pair.

Remax 7

Sale Salvage 3

Scoring for Remax were Graeme Mainer-Pearson, Michael Bennett, and Adrian Woodhouse with two goals each, and David Grove with a single. MVP was Adrian Woodhouse.

Sale’s Logan Frasher scored two solo goals and set up the other goal from Peter Joe Jensen.  MVP for the Salvage squad was Kyra McDonald.

Territorial Auto Parts 5

Budget Rent A Car 3

Justin Ens, Matthew Smith and Nicolas Dobush each scored for Budget. Jessica Christensen was the MVP.

Dominic Korn and Connar Morgan scored two goals each, and Liam Janke singled for Territorial Auto Parts. Travis Banks was the MVP.

Under-nine (Wednesday)

Coates Services 6

Elks 4

Scoring for Coates Services were Hanna Milner, with a hat trick, Brayden Klassen, Kayla Armstrong and Kelcy Armstrong. MVP honours went to Kyle Jacobs. Scoring for the Elks was Braden Lafler, who also received MVP.

Brouwer Claims 4

Mobile Maintenance 1

Brouwer scorers were Chris Torgerson, who netted two, and Amy Kemstead and Sam Wintemute. Abbey Hawses was named top player.

Alex Hansen was the lone scorer for Mobile Maintenance, and Malcolm Muir took MVP honours.

Better Bodies 8

Medicine Chest 0

Tia Oster and Josh Larouche both scored twice for Better Bodies, while Shaun Clarke, Hannah Wirth, Alis Sager and Megan Banks added singles.


Recreational Hockey

Tuesday results:

Southern Tutchone Storm 11

Cinderwood Canucks 11

Matt Horsey led the Storm, scoring one goal and setting up six more. Darrell Sturko netted four goals and Shawn Kolak scored three. Ryan Hodgins had two goals and two assists and Tim McIntosh scored one.

Cinderwood’s scorers were Ian Kuster, with two goals and five assists, and Jaxon Glass netted two and assisted on four. Aaron Pettitt scored four goals and Mark King scored one and assisted on three. Curt Campbell scored two and Brian Currie helped out with five assists.

Yukon Appliance Blues 6

Boston Pizza 5

Eric Kositsin scored two goals and two assists in this close game, with Thom Minard, Cary Goodman, Daryn Leas and Ryan Martin scoring singles.

Jay Massie, Derek Johnstone, Dean Mastrangelo, Trevor Twardochleb and Rob Johnson scored for Boston Pizza.


Oldtimers Hockey

Wednesday results:

Performance Centre Turbos 4

Medicine Chest 2

Glen Heinbigner netted two goals for the Turbos as they doubled up on Medicine Chest. Jerry Wald and Blaine Demchuk scored as well.

Peter Grundmanis and Bruce Williams scored for the Chest, with Grant Lyon assisting on both.

AON Flames 5

Yukon Inn 2

The Flames spread the scoring around, with Morley Lessard, Tony Clennett, Brian Boorse, Al Lane and Bill Bohner getting goals.

Greg Bull scored twice for the Inn, assisted by Kelly Collins and Lester Balsillie.