Klondike Copier 10
Audette Construction 3
Stephen Dynes netted a ridiculous eight goals against Audette, while Alex Bookless and Scott Dupont added one each.
Dakota Couch scored a hat trick on the Audette side.
MVP’s were Michael Hemmings for Klondike and Lauren Skookum for Audette.
Pine Plumbing 11
EBA Engineering 6
Tyler Pumphrey booted six goals in for Pine Plumbing, Jaime Whitty scored three, and Michael Donohoe added a pair. Katie Pope was named Pine’s player of the game.
Janelle Greer, Travis Olynyk and Kellie Brown scored two goals each for EBA, and Erica Trimble took MVP honours.
Colad Laser Center 11
The Electrical Shop 9
Colad scorers were Andrew Walchuck, with three, and Wayne Dupont, Colby Heynen and Cole Pereira with two goals each. Cole Mickey and Madison Pearson scored as well, and Katelyn Peterson took MVP honours.
Michael Abbott netted five goals for The Electrical Shop, Nick Gillen added two and Brett Hills and Dillon Vickerman scored as well. Michael Abbott was named MVP.
Boston Pizza 4
Yukon News 2
Jonas Leas booted in three, and Jill Parker added one for Boston Pizza, while Thomas Brenner was named MVP.
Ryan Hindson netted both goals for the News, and Sarah Leslie took top player honours.
Murraya Dental 1
Anthony Steele scored four times for Oranje, and Ethan Vanderkley and Clodagh Berg scored two each. MVP was Courtney Brown.
Brahm Hyde scored for Murraya, and Jayden Demchuk was named MVP.
Underhill Geomatics 3
Plantation Flowers and Gifts 0
Brandon Barret scored a pair for Underhill, and MVP Tyler Milton added a single as the Plantation was shut down.
Mobile Maintenance 2
Medicine Chest Pharmacy 2
Graydon McDonnell and MVP Jacob Fitzsimmons scored for Mobile, and Ryan MacDonald and MVP Sam Bonar kept things even for the Chest.
Bumper to Bumper 8
Kal Tire 5
Caleb Kelly led the Bumpers with a hat trick, and Kieran Small added two goals. Ashly Risby, Harold Risby and Brett Ens scored as well. Kelsy Smeeton was Bumper to Bumper’s top player.
Kal Tire’s Jack Lanigan also netted the hat trick, and Theoren Richards scored a pair. Cheyenne La Coste took MVP for Kal Tire.
Coldwell Banker 4
Bank of Montreal 2
Kurtis Hills, Marten Sealy, Robyn Fortune and Ella Parker all scored for the Coldwell crew, and Robyn Uiterwaal was named player of the game.
Felix Bouchard and Clay Limacher scored for the Bank of Montreal, and Jade Reed took MVP honours.
Locksmith Services 7
Yukon Outfitters 3
Ale Adamek’s four goals led Locksmith to a solid win over Yukon Outfitters. Brandi Scobie scored two and Fiona Azizaj added a goal as well. Ryan Burke took top player honours.
Nicole Bendera scored two for Yukon Outfitters, and Kyle Bowers added a single. Jeff Bell was the Outfitters’ top player.
Alpine Bakery 9
MacKay LLP 8
Alpine Bakery’s sudden-death overtime win came with Rob Borud scoring his fifth goal of the game. Brittany Banks scored two for Alpine, and Jesse Cebuliak and Thomas Mills added singles. Avery Enzenauer was named Alpine’s top player.
Travis Pumphrey and Cameron Weeks both netted hat tricks, and Stephanie Pike and Kurtis Van Bibber scored singles. Chaleigh Charlie took MVP honours.
Snap On Tools 8
Wintemute Electric 4
Dylan Sands scored four goals for Snap On, Jeremy Mann and Joaquin McWatters scored two each, and Taylor Barr took the MVP nod.
Ian Wintemute had two goals for Wintemute, and Josh and Darhia Beatty added singles. Helen Lindstrom was Wintemute’s top player.
Sanchez Cantina 9
Yukon Brewing 3
Scoring for Sanchez were Julie Bernier, Thierry Haddad, and Ayman Tadros, all with two goals each. Bob Dick, Fletcher Smith, and Bruno Bourdache scored singles.
Yukon Brewing scorers were Moe Sahid, Spencer Rich and Kris Schneider.
Pearson Dental 2
Bruno Bourdache and Dave Strachan each scored twice for Intersport while Mike Pare tallied once. For Pearson, Greg Guttamn drilled in both goals.
Peewee division (Sunday)
Yukon Office Supply 8
Austin Turner-Davis scored five goals and assisted on one more, while Gage Aird, Brad Koprowsky and Tyler Weins added goals as well.
Tyrell Hope netted a pair for Skookum, and Rory Gibson scored one.
Novice division (Sunday)
Klondike Motors 13
Pizza Hut 7
It was Klondike’s Caleb Marsh leading the way in this high-scoring matchup, scoring three goals and assisting on two. Spencer Lessard, Mark McGrath and Chance Goodman scored a pair each, and Kaine Comin, Tiegan Rook, Josh Nicholl and Jarrett Pettersson added singles.
Both Riley Smoler and Trenton Dupont had hat tricks for Pizza Hut, and Logan Morris added a single.
Yukon Inn 4
Klondyke Dental Molars 4
Bernie Adilman, Mike Blower, Wayne Crowe and Kelly Collins scored for the Yukon Inn, as they skated to a draw against Klondyke.
Terry Jackson scored two for the Molars, and Brian Alp and Laurie Malo score as well.
Firth Rangers 8
Medicine Chest 1
Brian Love and Gord Campbell led the Rangers, scoring two goals and an assist each as they ran roughshod over the Chest. Ted Hupe also scored a pair, while Tim Turner-Davis and Paul Sahagian added singles. Tom Ullyett recorded three assists on the night, and Dave Borud helped out on two scoring plays.
Grant Lyon scored the lone Medicine Chest goal, assisted by Bruce Williams and Mike Kenny.
Yukon Inn 4
Firth Rangers 3
Greg Bull, Wayne Crowe, Mike Blower and Bernie Adilman found the net for the Yukon Inn, as they edged past the Rangers on Sunday.
Ted Hupe, Gord Campbell and Joel Witten scored Firth’s goals.
Klondyke Dental Molars 8
Medicine Chest 7
Laurie Malo’s four goals led the Molars over the Chest on Sunday, Brian Alp added two and an assist, and Terry Jackson had a four-point night, netting one and assisting on three more.
Bernie Heffner added a single.
Medicine Chest’s John Skilnyk scored three goals, and Peter Grundmanis added one goal and two assists. Jim Giczi, Eric von Flotow and Russell Bamford rounded out the scoring. Scott Lowery recorded five assists on the night.
Performance Centre Turbos 10
Brian Fedoriak had a hat trick, and three assists, to lead the Turbos to a solid win over Kilrich. Rob Millar added two goals, and Blaine Demchuk had a goal and three assists. Glen Heinbigner scored and added two assists. Guy Morgan, Brian Gudmundson and Ernie Jamieson added goals as well.
Kilrich’s goal-scorers were Ray Goruick, Al Koehl and Stu Mackay.