Harry’s hat trick leads Narrow Gauge

Whitehorse recreational hockey Saturday results: Narrow Gauge 9 Game7Sports 5 Phillip Harry scored the hat trick for Narrow Gauge, and added a…


recreational hockey

Saturday results:

Narrow Gauge 9

Game7Sports 5

Phillip Harry scored the hat trick for Narrow Gauge, and added a pair of assists. Alex Vatour and James Maltby scored two and assisted on two, and Andrew Johnson and Brian Macdonald scored as well.

For Game7, Dan Johnson had three goals, and Mike Wilson and Dan Crawford also scored.

Environmental Dynamics 6

Alwarid & Associates 6

A&A’s Taylor Love and Alex Reykdal led the scoring in this draw, with two goals and two assists each. Blayne Monahan scored a pair as well.

The Dynamics’ Marc Champagne and Andrew Greenlaw scored two goals each, and Pat Tobler and Doug Cote also found the net.

Whitehorse Mustangs 10

Yukon Appliance Blues 2

The Mustangs trampled the Blues in this Saturday night fight, with Robbie Stuckey leading the scoring with two goals, and Kevin Pike netting one and three assists. Ted Stephens, Lowell Johnston, Jeff Gartshore, Colin Dendys, Drew O’Connor and Tanner Kulych scored as well.

Eric Kositsin and Curtis Goodman scored for the Blues.

Air North Jets 8

Boston Pizza 8

Willy McKenna led the Jets in scoring with three goals and three assists, while Ryan Kinney and Gerry Grant scored two goals each, and Jeff Foster added one.

Boston Pizza answered with an equal number of goals — Mike Young had four, and Derek Johnstone netted two and had three assists, and James Edzerza and Jay Massie added singles.

Sunday results:

Kluane Drillers 6

Sports North 3

Tyler Murray had a good game, scoring twice and assisting on three, as the Drillers doubled up on Sports North. Doug Roberts added two, and Rob Pitzel and Mark Daniels scored as well.

Sports North’s scorers were Derrick Hynes, John Van Langen and Mike O’Connor.

Alwarid & Associates 7

Alkan Air 1

Blayne Monahan led A&A with a two-goal game, Mike Fraser, Matt Ordish, Marcel Barrault, Roger Floyd and Alex Reykdal scored as well.

Leroy Wolfe had the lone Alkan goal.


oldtimers hockey

Sunday results:

Klondyke Dental Molars 4

Performance Centre Turbos 4

Chris McNutt led the Molars with two goals and two assists, and Woody Bennett and Laurie Malo scored as well.

Glen Heinbigner scored a pair for the Turbos, and Mark Pike and Lance Bevilacqua added goals.

Firth Rangers 3

AON Flames 3

John Pereira netted a pair for the Flames, and Dave Bakica added a single.

Firth’s scorers were Bob Amson, Al Hammond and Tom Amson.


minor hockey

Novice division (Sunday)

Klondike Motors 7

Wal-Mart 5

Jarrett Peterson and Caleb Marsh scored a pair of goals each for Klondike, and Spencer Lessard, Argus Huggard and Teigan Rook added singles. Peterson was named top Klondike player.

Tynan Hope led Wal-Mart with two goals, while Jack Blisner, Jacob Wyers and Levi Johnson scored as well. Wal-Mart’s MVP was Parker Olson.

Yukon Appliance 7

Pizza Hut 4

Jeremy Gagne led the Appliance with a hat trick, and Curtis Goodman scored twice. Ryan Edwards and Joe Stokes added a goal each. Gagne was named player of the game.

Riley Smoler netted two goals for the Pizza Hut, earning the MVP nod. Damian Homis and Trenton Dupont also scored.

Peewee division (Sunday)

Yellow Cab 4

Castle Rock 3

Mike Arnold scored a pair for the cabbies, and Lane Yaklin and Austin Smith added singles. Mason Grey had three assists and took the MVP nod for his playmaking.

Kalin Slough, William Douglas and Daniel Bunn scored for Castle Rock.

Indoor soccer

Coed league (Sunday)

Intersport 7

Mic Mac Toyota 2

Bruno Bourdache led Intersport’s scoring, with a pair, while Josianne Markley, Anna Pugh, Spencer Rich, Simon Pulido and Karim Choukri scored as well.

Sean Yurchak scored both goals for Mic Mac.

Yukon Brewing 4

Pearson Dental 4

Audie Jurak scored two for the Brewers, and Charles Laberge and Mo Sahid added singles.

Pearson Dental’s scorers were Patti Flather, Leonard Linklater, Wyatt Worthington and John Main.

Over-35 league (Sunday)

Pepsi 10

Quest 3

Renzo Ordonez and Simon Pulido booted in a pair each for Pepsi, Doug Graham, Shawn Kitchen, Bryan Levia, Ian Oostinde, Bill Whitty and Leonard Linklater all scored as well. Scoring for Quest were Mike Pare, and Gena Giouvanyi.

Yukon Brewery 5

Assante 1

Franz Paukner and Phil Jackson each scored twice, and Don Russell scored once. Ian Robinson scored Assante’s only goal.

Klondike Copier 7

Pine Plumbing 3

Jeff Ford put in five goals, and John MacPhail and Augusto Nunez each scored one. Pine Plumbing got goals form German Garcia, Darren Stadel, and an own goal.

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