Kilrich tops in squash, so far

uesday Night League Kilrich 19 High Country Inn 13 Chris Toleman led Kilrich with a four-set win over Jim Gilpin, while Cameron Webber and Lori…

uesday Night League

Kilrich 19

High Country Inn 13

Chris Toleman led Kilrich with a four-set win over Jim Gilpin, while Cameron Webber and Lori Muir needed five sets to beat Blaine Tessier and Patrick Gardiner, respectively.

Jason Jobin had the High Country’s only win, sweeping Vince Boutelier in three.

Pizza Hut 15

Underhill 12

The Hut’s George Stetkiewicz beat Underhill’s Janet Lee in four sets, while Michael Hansen beat Richard Meredith in five sets for Underhill. Kyle Marchuk and Shaun Stinson recorded default wins.

Ketza 17

Yukon Brewing 12

Charlie Hoeller swept Yukon Brewing’s George Maratos, and Jordan Barker swept Don Murphy.

For the Brewers, Grayson Peters went the distance against Peter Densmore, winning in five sets, and Jeff Seaman beat Marie Desmarais in five as well.


1st Kilrich, 19

2nd Ketza, 17

3rd Pizza Hut, 15

4th High Country Inn, 13

5th Underhill, Yukon Brewing, 12

6th Assante, bye

Mt Mac Ski Report

By Mike Gladish

Lower Valley and Copper to the Haul Road were groomed Thursday morning and are excellent for classic.

Dog, Copper to Best Chance, Upper Valley, Wolf and Selwyn’s, Raven, Coyote, Powerline, Whisky Jack, World Cup 10K and 5K, Pierre Harvey and 7.5K were groomed Tuesday. All are excellent for classic or skating.

Sarah Steele’s Loops are good with 5 centimetres of powder.  McIntyre Ascent was packed and tracked Friday but present condition is unknown. Recommended only for experienced skiers.

Use Rode Blue for grip. If slipping, apply superblue. Old violet or multigrade violet should be cleaned off the bases.  Use a scraper to remove most wax and then wax solvent

Trail lights are on Monday to Friday from dusk to 9:30 p.m.  Skiers using the lit trails should be aware that unexpected outages do occur.  Please report burned out lights to the club office.

Sunday Jackrabbit Ski program starts on January 7 at 1 p.m.  Meet in the Mt Mac banquet room. The Tuesday Jackrabbits start on January 9 and meet in the Wax Room at 3:45 p.m.

Sportees Sprints are scheduled for January 13. Information and registration forms available in the Wax Room. The next Subway Race is January 20 at 11 a.m. 

Wax Room open 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. weekdays. The Ski Base is open 9 a.m. to noon and from 3:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. weekdays.

Canada Winter Games Update and Information:

The Mt Mac trails will be open during the Canada Games.  There will be restricted access on race days and the Wax Room will be closed until 5 p.m. on race days but there will be alternate parking and access every day.  Parking at Mt Mac and Canada Games Centre will be restricted or not available during the Games. 

For updated trail conditions and event information call the ski club information line at 668-7742 or check the website

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