Heinbigner’s six point night leads Yukon Inn

Oldtimers league (Sunday) Yukon Inn 7 Performance Centre Turbos 6 Yukon Inn scored in sudden death overtime to win this playoff game.

Oldtimers league (Sunday)

Yukon Inn 7

Performance Centre

Turbos 6

Yukon Inn scored in sudden death overtime to win this playoff game.

Yukon Inn’s Glen Heinbigner scored the hat trick and helped out on three more. Woody Bennett, Dave Pearson, Bernie Adilman and Mike Blower scored as well.

Laurie Malo led the Turbos with two goals. Darrin Fredrickson, Jeff Jensen, Blaine Demchuk and Bob Candow added singles.

Rec league (Thursday)

Kluane Drillers 5

Sports North 3

Andrew Zinck’s two-goal performance led the Drillers to victory over Sports North in this B-division playoff final.

Singles from Doug Roberts, Daniel Murray and Tyler Murray rounded out the scoring.

Derrick Hynes scored a pair for Sports North, while Dale Kulych added a goal as well.

Indoor soccer

Under-11 (Thursday)

Snap On Tools 6

ReMax 3

Belgie Nunez Zunigna was a potent offensive force, scoring five of Snap On’s six goals. Logan Frasher added the single. Sabrina Clarke was named the player of the game for the Tools.

 Tristan Olynyk booted in a pair for ReMax, and Jorden Lynsay scored one.

Cassidy Griffiths was ReMax’s top player.



Kiwanis Club 5

Thomas Pearson-Bouchard’s five goals led the way as CIBC hammered the Kiwanis Club, Ryan Burke was no slouch either, netting four goals. Charlie Kedziora rounded out the scoring with a pair. Kailey Repetowski was named MVP.

Kiwanis’ scorers were Felix Bouchard, Jenna Bianosky, Nicole Bendera, Nathan Ouimet, and Genna Charlie. Travis Banks was the Club’s player of the game.

Under-nine (Wednesday)

Qualita Cleaners 3

Sale Salvage 2

Samantha Wintemute, Josh Ford, and Zachary Heynen scored goals for the Cleaners. Ford was named MVP as well.

 David Grove scored two goals for Sale Salvage, and Jarvis Scheffen was named top player.

Yukon Outfitters 5

MicMac Toyota 4

The Outfitters ended the season by defeating Mic Mac, a team that dominated them all season. Adam Waddington, Chris Torgerson, Brett Nichol, Ross McBee and Aidan Uiterwaal scored for Yukon Outfitters, and Brayden Lefler was named MVP.

MicMac’s Dominic Korn scored a pair, and Hanna Milners and Lucy Miller scored singles. Felix Russell was MicMac’s player of the game.

Under-seven (Wednesday)

Ruby Range Outfitters 4

The Electric Shop 2

Ruby Range’s Sean Clarke ended the regular season with a pair of goals, and JJ Cannings and Josh Muir added singles. Matthew Butler was named player of the game.

 Graydon McDonnell scored for The Electrical Shop, and MVP Jessica Gilchrist added a goal as well.


Salvation Army 2

Heritage North 1

Akshay Malhotra and Alana Lacoste scored a goal each, edging past Heritage North. Lacoste was named MVP as well.

Nikita White scored the lone Heritage Goal, and took MVP honours as well.


Thursday night league

Northwestel 18

Whitehorse Travel 10

Northwestel’s Logan Small and Shaun Stinson posted wins in straight sets over Dallas Yeulett and Trevor Mead-Robins of the Travel.

Mark Beese beat Jasper Martin in five sets, giving Northwestel enough points to win the night.

Beth Ellis won Whitehorse Travel’s only match, beating Patti Flather in four sets. 

Well-Read Books 17

Northern Lights

Optometry 14

Two wins for each team in this series, with Northern Light’s Al Ohlin and Karen Clyde beating Alan McDermott and Tara Matechuk respectively.

Well-Read’s victors were Chris Zeigler, beating Matt Brown in four sets, and Eric Irvine, who won over Jen Meurer in four as well.

Kumon Learning 20

High Country Inn 10

Kumon took it to the Inn, winning three of four matches. Shannon Tessier and Judy Ratcliffe blanked Shauna Grant and Sherri Wright, respectively. Rachelle Zrall beat Peter Boniface in five sets.

Stephen Mills had the High Country’s only win, beating Lara Lewis in four.


1st Whitehorse Travel, 291

2nd Well-Read Books, 279

3rd Northwestel High

Speed Internet, 274

4th Northern Lights

Optometry, 240

5th Kumon Learning, 237

6th High Country Inn, 202

7th Sterling Insurance, 193

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