Kilrich takes early squash lead

Squash Tuesday night league: Kilrich 20 Roche Financial 12 Richard Meredith led the charge for Kilrich in the first Tuesday night league of the…

Squash

Tuesday night league:

Kilrich 20

Roche Financial 12

Richard Meredith led the charge for Kilrich in the first Tuesday night league of the season, Meredith swept JF Roldan in three sets. Peter Mather defeated Chris Ziegler in four sets and Charlie Hoeller needed five to dispatch Eric Marcoux.

Kyle Marchuk had Roche’s only victory, beating Lars Johansson in four sets.

MEADIAsolutions 19

Pizza Hut 11

Chris Toleman and Mark Tubman swept Michel Gelinas and Steve Fecteau respectively, giving MEADIAsolutions a solid win over Pizza Hut. Trevor Mead-Robins went the distance against Cam Grandy, winning in five.

Shaun Stinson had the lone Pizza Hut win, beating Gord Starko in four.

Ketza 14

Yukon Brewing 13

Ketza’s Jodi Tuton swept Shauna Tompkins in three sets as Ketza edged by the Brewers on points. Phil Jackson needed four sets to put away Lori Muir, giving Ketza its second win of the night.

Yukon Brewing’s Blaine Tessier swept William Papenfus in three, and Eric Magnuson defeated Vince Boutelier in four sets.

Whitehorse

Recreational Hockey League

Tuesday results:

Whitehorse Mustangs 6

Air North Jets 3

Joe Densmore led the Mustangs with a hat trick and an assist, while Nick Swizdaryk, Robbie Stuckey and Daniel Legofe scored as well. Zac Moses recorded three assists and Lowell Johnston helped out with two.

Tim McClelland, Wes Marsh and Willy McKenna scored for the Jets and Scott Horsey had two assists.

Yukon Appliance 8

Cinderwood Canucks 4

Nester Baird had a hat trick for the Appliances, as they doubled up on Cinderwood. Tyler Plaunt, Jakub Jirousek, Curtis Goodman, Spencer Tomlin and Cary Goodman scored as well, with assists from Wyatt Drift, Ryan Martin and Geoff Corbett.

Cinderwood’s Jay Glass scored a pair, Randy Merkel and Frank Aucoin added singles, and Curt Campbell helped out with three assists.

Indoor Soccer

Under-nine (Wednesday)

Murraya Dental 3

Physio Plus 3

Murraya Dental’s Sean Clarke netted two goals and Skyler Bryant added one, MVP Corey Roberts had the ball in the bag.

Riley Smoler kept things even by scoring all three Physio Plus goals. Montana Kains took the MVP honours.

Dirkbuilt Contracting 5

Mobile Maintenance 1

Tristan Rentmiester and Kelcy Armstrong scored two goals each for Dirkbuilt, while Jonathon Amos added a single. Jonathon Grant-Blanchard was the top player.

Mobile Maintenance’s only goal came from the boot of Quinn Pierce. Olivia Cox took the MVP nod.

Northern Denture Clinic 1

Pelly Construction 0

Alexandra Mattais scored the only goal of the game for Northern Denture in this battle of goaltenders. Devon Seaman was named MVP for the shutout.

Pelly Construction’s MVP was Christian Ouimet.

Underhill Geometrics 5

Titan Gaming 2

Brandon Barnett’s four goals put Underhill way past Titan on Wednesday. Jude Lemoine added a goal as well and Emily Ross took the MVP nod for solid goaltending. Underhill has started strong this season, posting five straight wins. Brandon Barnett is leading the scoring campaign with 18 goals so far.

Titan Gaming’s scorers were Alex Soin and Mikaela Ponsioen. The MVP was Dustin Muckosky.

Under-11 (Monday)

Assante Financial 6

Kal Tire 2

Trygg Jensen had the hat trick for Assante as they took the air out of Kal Tire, with William Rees adding two goals, and Amy Kemshead adding one. Jakov Tokic took the most valuable player nod.

Kal Tire goal scorers were Cody Sims and Chris Torgerson, and Ty Nordahl was the player of the game.

Tim Hortons 5

The Deli 0

Nicholas Dobush booted three in for Tim Hortons, as it shut down The Deli completely. Anna Riston and Lane Davignon scored as well and Louis Kedziora posted the shut out for MVP honours.

Better Bodies 1

Physio Plus 0

Tia Oster scored the only goal of this match, and took the MVP award as well. For Physio Plus MVP was Liam Finnegan.

Under-15 (Tuesday)

Kilrich Industries 6

Pine Plumbing 3

Taren Sturko’s hat trick led the offensive charge for Kilrich, and Jamie Davignon, Terri Publicover and Kyle Bowers scored as well. Alex Lindsay took the  MVP honurs.

Pine’s Nick Gillen scored twice and Katie Lowey netted the third, while Jaimie Whitty was named MVP.

Under-18 (Tuesday)

Pristine Auto Care 10

Dave’s Cleaning Service 3

Pristine was a force to be reckoned with as Graedon Ferguson and Haley Thomson both scored hat tricks, Devin Blanchard booted two goals and Grant McWatters and Ben Liang scored as well.

Kynan McIntyre was named top player.

Devin Armstrong, Jesse Williams and David Hemmings scored for Dave’s, while Daniel MacKenzie was named player of the game.

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