Holcombe and Carney squash the competition

Thursday night squash league: Kumon Learning 17 Northern Lights Optometry 6 Kumon took this meet handily, with both Darren Holcombe and Jeanette…

Thursday night squash league:

Kumon Learning 17

Northern Lights Optometry 6

Kumon took this meet handily, with both Darren Holcombe and Jeanette Carney sweeping their Northern Lights opponents.

Judy Ratcliffe also won for Kumon, beating Mark Beese in four sets.

Tara Matechuk had the only win for Northern Lights, and needed five sets to beat Darrin Sinclair.

Sterling Insurance 21

Well-Read Books 11

Beth Ellis led Sterling by sweeping Well-Read’s Jessica Borgford three sets to none. Amberley Wolfe beat Oliver Halickman in four sets, and Bryan Gartner needed five sets to win over Benoit Broulliard.

Ronnie-Sue Steinhagen had Well-Read’s only win, beating Shari Thompson in five sets.

The Electrical Shop 16

Navigo Broadband 15

This close meet was split evenly, with each team taking two matches. The Electrical Shop’s David Buckler beat Eric Irvine in four sets, and Shari MacIntosh needed five sets to beat Navigo’s Lisa Gudbranson.

Navigo’s winners were Shauna Tompkins, who beat Tracy Pittman in straight sets, and Jeff Wright, who went the distance against Chris Zeigler.


1st Well-Read Books, 83

2nd Navigo Broadband, 77

3rd Kumon Learning, 72

4th Electrical Shop, 69

5th Sterling Insurance, 63

6th Whitehorse Travel, 61

7th Northern Lights, 37

Whitehorse Minor Hockey

Novice division (Sunday)

Klondike Motors 4

Yukon Appliance 0

Caleb Marsh took MVP honours for the Klondike, as they shut out Yukon Appliance. Ryan Edwards was named Yukon’s top appliance.

Peewee division (Sunday)

Yellow Cab 4

Office Supply 4

MVP Spencer Jamieson, Colin Kabanak, Mike Arnold and Mason Grey scored for Yellow Cab in this even matchup.

Austin Turner-Davis, Bradley Koprowsky, Chris Fischer and Tyler Wiens replied for Office Supply.

Whitehorse Oldtimers Hockey

Sunday results:

Klondyke Dental Molars 6

Firth Rangers 6

Jim Baker led Klondyke by netting three goals, while Laurie Malo, Chris McNutt and Ron Davis added singles.

Firth kept things even with goals from Paul Sahagian, Brian Love, Tim Turner-Davis, Tom Amson, Aubyn Coad and Ted Hupe.

Performance Centre Turbos 5

AON Flames 1

Rob Millar and Brian Fedoriak led the Turbos to a decisive victory over the Flames, scoring two goals each, and Glen Heinbigner added a single.

Bill Bohmer scored the Flames lone goal.

Whitehorse Recreational Hockey

Environmental Dynamics 4

Narrow Gauge 2

The Dynamics doubled up on Narrow Gauge with Alain Desrochers scoring two goals, and Justin Halowaty and Brian Douglas adding singles.

Hector Long and Milo Jordan scored for Narrow Gauge.

Kluane Drillers 5

Alkan Air 5

Mark Daniels led the Drillers with two goals and two assists in this even scoring game. Doug Roberts added a pair of goals and Adam O’Dell netted one.

Peter Mostyn and Brent Byers scored two each for the Alkan crew, and Nathan Bingham added one.

Indoor soccer

Over-35 league (Saturday)

Assante 3

Yukon Brew 1

Gareth Howells scored all three goals for Assante. Philip Jackson scored the lone goal for Yukon Brewing.

Pepsi 5

Quest 2

Bill Whitty scored two, and Ian Oostindie, Leonard Linklater and Renzo Ordonez each scored one for Pepsi. Afan Jones scored both of the Quest goals.

Klondike Copier 6

Klondike Krushers 5

No scoring information available.

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