Horsey’s four goals lead Storm

Whitehorse Recreational Hockey League Tuesday’s results: Southern Tutchone Storm 10 Cinderwood Canucks 5 The Storm raged on Tuesday as it…

Whitehorse Recreational Hockey League

Tuesday’s results:

Southern Tutchone Storm 10

Cinderwood Canucks 5

The Storm raged on Tuesday as it doubled up on the Canucks. Matt Horsey’s four goals led the scoring, and Scott Horsey, Cody Joe, Ryan Hodgins, Ryan McKenzie, Shawn Kolak and Darrell Sturko added singles.

The Canucks’ scorers were Joey Mason and Ian Kuster, with two goals each, and Kirk Gale with one, and three assists.

Yukon Appliance Blues 13

Air North Jets 3

The Blues spread the scoring around as it dumped all over the Jets. Joe Martin, Daryn Leas, Danny Jirousek, Pat Kenny and Jeff Monkman all scored two goals each, and Jakub Jirousek, Cary Goodman and Dan Girouard added singles.

Willy McKenna, Jeff Foster and Andrew Sim scored for the Jets.

Oldtimers hockey

Wednesday’s results:

Performance Centre Turbos 4

Edgewater Hotel 2

Brian Fedoriak, Guy Morgan, Glen Heinbigner and Jerry Wald scored for the Turbos. Scoring for the Hotel squad were Rick Gingell and Andy McLeod. While Sean McAskie assisted with a pair.

AON Flames 5

Kilrich 0

The Flames’ Brian Boorse netted a pair of goals and two assists as his team blanked Kilrich. Guy Rook also scored two for the Flames, and Gerald Haase added a single, while Steve McGrath recorded two helpers.

Indoor soccer

Under-15 (Tuesday)

EBA Engineering 8

The Electric Shop 5

Robin Smith led the EBA squad with three goals; Riley Smith and Travis Olynyk scored two, and Janelle Greer added a single. Ryan Lane was named EBA’s top player.

Scoring for The Electric Shop were MVP Nick Gillen with two, and Emily Fedoriak, also netting a pair, and Brett Hills with one.

Audette Construction 6

Colad Laser Centre 4

Audette scored first and held the lead throughout this generally even game. Tony Nguyen’s hat trick led the scoring for Audette, and Alex Lindsay added a pair and Dakota Couch netted one. MVP was Kara Lepine, playing as midfielder and goalie.

Scoring for Colad Laser were Wayne Dupont and Colby Heynen. Andrew Wallace scored two goals and was named MVP.

Pine Plumbing 4

Quarton & Sutherland 2

Pine Plumbing spread the scoring around as Tyler Pumphrey, Cody Reaume, Jaime Whitty Blaine Hierlihy all hit the twine. Pine’s top player was Josh Scheffen.

David Radcliffe scored both Q&S goals, and Michael Irish took top player honours.

Under-18 (Tuesday)

Sportslodge 10

Qualita Cleaners 7

Both teams were up to the task with a high scoring fast tempo game at the Canada Games Complex, with Sportslodge’s Devin Blanchard scoring six goals. Joel Stacey added a pair, while MVP Joaquin McWatters and Karlee Bendera scored one each.

Qualita’s scorers were Scott Longman, with three, John Borud added two and MVP Mack Potter and Thorin Loeks netted one goal apiece.

Under-nine (Tuesday)

Brouwer Claims Canada 5

Better Bodies 1

Brett Nichol and Amy Kemshead scored a pair each for Brouwer Claims, while Chris Torgerson added one. Samantha Wintemute took MVP honours.

Sean Clark scored the lone goal for Better Bodies, while Josh Laroche was named top player.

Elks 2

Northern Denture Clinic 0

Elks’ scorers were Alexander Bouvier and Ross McBee, who also took MVP honours. Northern Denture’s top player was Mikaela Ponsioen.

Tim Hortons  4

Mobile Maintenance Services 3

Damien Terry and Benjamin Grundmanis both booted in two goals for the Tim Hortons squad, and Janelle Cousins was named player of the game.

Mobile’s scorers were Alex Hansen, Quintessa Maltias and Lauren Leslie.

Territorial Auto Parts 9

Mic Mac Toyota 2

Travis Banks led the scoring for the Auto Parts, scoring three, Landon Worsfold and Dominic Korn scored two, and Christina Anderson and Liam Janke added singles.

Territorial’s MVP was Lynsey Keaton.

Belgie Nunez scored both goals for Mic Mac, and Kanoa Jones took MVP honours.

Assante 4

Whitehorse Star 3

Ryan Chippett netted two, Talia Woodland and Mike Wintemute added singles, and Carolyn Miller took MVP honours.

Jonathan Kolton scored twice for the Star, Tristan Walsh added the third, and Martin Brenner was named top player.

Sale Salvage 8

Rafter A Ranch 0

Trygg Jensen scored the hat trick for the Salvage, and Logan Frasher added two. Kyra McDonald, Aidan Uiterwaal, and Peter Joe Jensen added singles in a game where everyone played hard. Nicholas Widdis was named player of the game.

MVP for the Ranchers was Calden Hoefs.

Intersport 1

Budget Rent a Car 0

Mike Amirault scored this game’s lone goal, for Intersport, and Andrew Scoffin was named MVP.

Budget Rent a Car’s MVP was Nicholas Dobush.

Under-seven (Tuesday)

Murraya Dental 6

Yukon News 4

Jayden Demchuk was the MVP for Murraya Dental she was an offensive firecracker.

Liam Adel was the MVP for Yukon News and also scored two goals.  Sarah Leslie and Elisha Leenders each scored a goal for the Yukon News.

Plantation Flowers 3

Oranje 3

Dylan Cozens scored two goals and Clare McLoed-Smith scored one goal for Plantation Flowers and Gifts. Hannah Bjork-Andison was named MVP.

Joseph Stokes scored all three goals for Oranje and Curtis Dawson was named MVP.

Boston Pizza 6

Underhill Geomatics 5

Goal scorers for Boston Pizza were Mackenzie Orban, who scored three, while Jonas Leas, Georgia Gaw and JJ Cannings scored one goal each. MVP for Boston Pizza was Reece Johnson.

Brandon Barrett scored four goals for Underhill Geomatics and was named MVP. Tyler Milton scored as well.

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