Driller’s Murray nets five

Whitehorse Recreational Hockey Kluane Drillers 8 Narrow Gauge Contracting 5 Tyler Murray scored five goals for the Drillers, Daniel Murray added…


Recreational Hockey

Kluane Drillers 8

Narrow Gauge Contracting 5

Tyler Murray scored five goals for the Drillers, Daniel Murray added a pair, and Doug Roberts scored as well and added three assists. Rob Pitzel assisted on three.

Adrian Bergman and Dan McDonald scored a pair each for Narrow Gauge, while James Maltby added a single. Andrew Johnson was a playmaker, with four assists.

Alwarid & Associates 8

Alkan Air 2

Taylor Love led the A&A squad with four goals and an assist, as they thumped Alkan good. Mike Fraser, Matt Ordish, Ralph Sembsmoen and Roger Floyd scored as well. Brad Holm recorded four assists.

Alkan took 10 penalties to A&A’s one.

Russell Mamet scored both Alkan goals, and Mike Evans assisted.

Standings (win-loss-tie, points):

Division A

1st Boston Pizza, 11-8-1, 23

2nd Yukon Appliance,

11-8-1, 23

3rd Whitehorse Midget

Mustangs, 11-8-0, 22

4th Cinderwood, 10-9-1, 21

5th Air North, 10-9-1, 21

6th Southern Tutchone,

5-16-0, 10

Division B

1st Kluane Drillers,

11-3-3, 25

2nd Narrow Gauge, 9-5-3, 21

3rd SportsNorth, 9-5-3, 21

4th Environmental

Dynamics, 7-7-3, 17

5th Game7 Sports, 6-8-3, 15

6th Alwarid & Associates,

6-9-3, 15

7th Envirolube/Alkan Air,

2-13-2, 6

Scoring leaders (goals-assists-points, penalty minutes):

Division A

1st Derek Johnstone, Boston

Pizza, 30-37-67, 26

2nd Scott Horsey, Southern

Tutchone, 39-22-61, 24

3rd Joe Martin, Yukon

Appliance, 31-19-50, 20

4th Ted Stephens,

Whitehorse Mustangs,

14-35-49, 8

5th Kane Dawe, Whitehorse

Mustangs, 28-19-47, 2

Division B

1st Jordan Johnston, Game7

Sports, 30-21-51, 32

2nd Dale Kulych,

SportsNorth, 15-29-44, 8

3rd Doug Roberts, Kluane

Drillers, 21-22-43, 2

4th Tyler Murray, Kluane

Drillers, 25-16-41, 6

5th Adrian Bergman, Narrow

Gauge, 13-25-16, 2


Tuesday Night League

Yukon Brewing 18

Underhill 3

The Brewers took all three of their matches on Tuesday, with Grayson Peters beating Peter Densmore in four, and Kevin Daffe and Jeff Seaman sweeping Logan Small and Robert McMynn, respectively.

High Country Inn 19

Pizza Hut 15

Blaine Tessier won the first match of the night for the High Country, beating Kyle Marchuk in five sets. Patrick Gardiner and Jim Gilpin also won for the Inn, beating George Stetkiewicz and Richard Meredith in five sets.

Eric Magnuson had Pizza Hut’s only win, beating Colin MacKenzie in four sets.

Kilrich 17

Assante 13

Cameron Webber led Kilrich with a three-set sweep over Mark Tubman, while Chris Toleman beat Marie Desmarais in four sets.

Assante’s winners were Jordan Borgford, who beat Vince Boutelier in five sets, and Michael Hanson, who won over Lori Muir in four sets.

Standings after first round:

1st Assante, 119

2nd Pizza Hut, 95

3rd Kilrich, 93

4th High Country Inn, 91

5th Ketza, 84

6th Yukon Brewing, 73

7th Underhill, 68


The FH Collins varsity boys’ basketball team participated in the 25th Annual REB Invitational Basketball Tournament at Jasper Place High School in Edmonton this past weekend. The Warriors lost their first game 80-51 to Western Canada High School from Calgary, the 10th ranked high school team in Canada.

The Warriors then faced Louis St. Laurent from Edmonton and lost 80-53 in a game that was much closer than the score indicated. In the final game of the weekend the Warriors lost 69-67 in overtime to Father Mercredi from Fort McMurray, AB.

All three teams that the Warriors faced are classified as 4A schools in Alberta, while the Warriors would fall into the 3A classification.

Tony Nguyen led the Warriors in scoring in all three games with 14, 24 and 33 points.

The REB featured teams from Ontario, BC, Saskatchewan and Alberta. The tournament was won by the sixth-ranked high school team in Canada, Cathedral High from Hamilton.

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