Johnston and Dawe go points crazy against Cinderwood

Whitehorse Recreational Hockey League Sunday results: Whitehorse Mustangs 15 Cinderwood Canucks 3 A short bench of just six Cinderwood skaters…

Whitehorse Recreational Hockey League

Sunday results:

Whitehorse Mustangs 15

Cinderwood Canucks 3

A short bench of just six Cinderwood skaters faced a strong Mustangs squad. Lowell Johnston and Kane Dawe both racked up serious points, scoring five goals each, Johnston also added five assists, and Dawe had three.

Ted Stephens scored once and added eight assists, while Kaleb Dawe added a goal and two assists. Robbie Stuckey, Drew O’Connor and Cody Fraser scored as well.

Drew Pettitt was Cinderwood’s only scorer, netting all three of his team’s goals.

Yukon Appliance Blues 8

Air North Jets 2

Joe Martin and Jason Berkers had two goals apiece as the Blues grounded the Jets on Sunday. Curtis Goodman, Mike Cozens, Thom Minard and Danny Jirousek rounded out the scoring.

Gerry Grant and Wesley Marsh scored for Air North.

Thursday results:

Whitehorse Mustangs 9

Boston Pizza 5

Glen Skookum led the Mustangs, scoring three goals and an assist. Ted Stephens scored twice and helped out on three more, while Kane Dawe scored one and four assists. Taylor Pasloski and Robbie Stuckey scored as well.

For Boston Pizza, Lance Brown netted the hat trick, and Mike Young and Derek Johnstone added singles.

Cinderwood Canucks 11

Yukon Appliance Blues 7

The Canucks were skating strong, with Kirk Gale leading the way with three goals and four assists. Mark King netted three goals as well, and a pair of assists. Chris Johnson also had a hat trick.

Jake Doerksen and Aaron Pettitt added goals and multiple assists, and Aaron France had three helpers on the night as well.

Yukon Appliance’s top scorers were Danny Jirousek, Thom Minard and Joe Martin, all scoring a pair of goals and an assist. Jason Berkers also scored one, and added two assists.

Whitehorse Minor Hockey Association

Novice (Sunday)

Wal-Mart 10

Yukon Appliance 0

Thomas Moore was named Wal-Mart’s top player, and Matthew Greg took MVP honours for Yukon Appliance.

Klondike Motors 10

Pizza Hut 2

Nathan Able was the MVP for Klondike, while Riley Smoler was Pizza Hut’s top player.

Indoor soccer

Under-18 (Thursday)

Qualita Cleaners 5

Shaske & Zeiner Appraisal  4

Scott Longman booted two goals for the Cleaners, and Dylan Cole, Cory Birckel and MVP John Borud added singles.   

Markus Liebau scored all four goals for the Appraisers, and Devon Armstrong was named top player.

Coed (Sunday)

Yukon Brewing 8

Intersport 6

Geoff Zaparinuk netted three for the Brewers, and Spencer Rich added a pair. Kate Rich, Angelique Bernard and Greta Gray added goals as well.

Gummar Tirschmann scored four goals for Intersport, and Josianne Markley added a pair.

Over-35 league (Saturday)

Assante 5

Quest 1

Terry Markley Scored twice for Assante, and Ian Robinson, Scott Wood and Gareth Howells each scored once. Gena Gouniavyi scored to lone goal for Quest.

Klondike Copier 4

Pepsi 2

Mehrdad Tirgar scored twice for Klondike, and Augusto Nunez and Arnold Hedstrom scored one each. Simon Pulido scored for Pepsi, and so did Bill Whitty.

Yukon Brewing 6

The Klondike Krushers 2

No scoring information available.

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