Liebau leads Shaske with seven goals

Indoor soccer Under-18 (Thursday) Shaske & Zeiner Appraisal 13 Sportslodge 4 Shaske’s Markus Liebau was a force to be reckoned with,…

Indoor soccer

Under-18 (Thursday)

Shaske & Zeiner Appraisal 13

Sportslodge 4

Shaske’s Markus Liebau was a force to be reckoned with, scoring seven goals and leading his team to a impressive victory. David Hemmings netted three for S&Z and Devon Armstrong scored twice.

Jessie Williams added a goal as well, and Kaitlyn MacDonald took the MVP nod.

Sportslodge’s MVP Anya Zimmermann scored three goals, and borrowed player Jessie Williams added a single.

Sportslodge was short players and borrowed Williams in the first half and goalie Thomas McWhinnie in the second.

Under-nine (Thursday)

Coates Services 8

Elks 0

Coates’ leading scorer was Cole Smeeton, who found the net four times. Hannah Milne added two more goals, and Brayden Klassen and Riley Smoler scored as well. Kelcy Armstrong was Coates most valuable player, as she shut out the Elks.

MVP for the Elks was Peter Jacobs.

Brower Claims Canada 3

Mobile Maintenance 2

Austin Bourque singled for Brower and Chris Torgerson netted two. MVP went to Matthew Butler.

Graydon MacDonnell and Alex Hansen singled for MM and Hansen was named top player.


oldtimers hockey

Sunday results:

Performance Centre Turbos 4

AON Flames 3

Blaine Demchuk, Rob Millar, Gord Kuchler and Brian Gudmundson scored for the Turbos, and Glen Heinbigner was the playmaker with three assists on the night.

 Bill Bohmer scored two goals for the Flames, and John Periera added a single. Brian Boorse helped out with two assists.

Firth Rangers 9

Klondyke Dental Molars 6

Adam Green had the hat trick, and two assists, as the Rangers drilled the Molars on Sunday. Paul Sahagian also got the hat trick, and Joel Witten added a pair. Tim Turner-Davis rounded out the scoring. Tom Amson had three assists on the night.

Laurie Malo scored three, and assisted on two more for the Molars, Woody Bennett scored two, and Chris McNutt added one.


recreational hockey

Saturday results:

Environmental Dynamics 6

Sports North 5

Dan Beaudoin scored a pair for the Dynamics, while Dave Richard, Andy Connors, Stacy Halonen and Andrew Greenlaw scored as well.

Terry Slonski and Wade Hannah led Sports North with two goals each, and Derick Bilodeau added one.

Game7 Sports 6

Alkan Air 5

Danny Johnson and Ben Cole scored a pair each for Game7, and Jordan Johnston and Logan Freese scored as well.

Leroy Wolfe scored twice for Alkan, and Peter Mostyn, Russell Mumert and Allan Hansen added singles.

Whitehorse Minor

Hockey Association

Peewee results (Saturday)

Yellow Cab 6

Skookum Construction 5

Mason Grey scored two and assisted on two more to lead the Cabbies to a close win over Skookum.

Mike Arnold scored and assisted on three, while Colin Kabanak, Austin Smith and Spencer Jamieson added goals as well.

Skookum scorers were Seamus Bearisto (two goals, two assists), Liam Janke, Rory Gibson and Scott Meredith. Samantha Ford-Tanner recorded three assists, and James McGrath was named player of the game.

Cross-country skiing

Sixty-four skiers and 44 volunteers put the Canada Games trails to their final test on Saturday at the third Subway 5K Race of the season held on the trails at Mount McIntyre, under spectacular blue skies and lightning-fast snow conditions.

Team Greenland — made up of Whitehorse skiers Jeff Wood, Gordon Puddister, Marcus Waterreus and Izak Baril-Blouin — won the Relay as they skied a total of 15 kilometres over the Canada Games courses, finishing ahead of Team New Brunswick (Brittany Smith, Laura Banner and David Greer) by a mere 30 seconds.

The Subway Relay included Orange Squad members as young as ten, and seasoned Yukon Ski Team members, club veterans and a few beginners entering their first race ever. Even though the 14 teams were made up at random the night before, all teams finished within 15 minutes of the winners. Teams were named for the provinces and territories with a few ‘visiting’ countries, including the winners from Greenland, and third place, Alaska (Janelle Greer, Sara Nielsen, Kenrda Murray and Nesha Wright).

 “The race went without a hitch and with a few minor adjustments to the stadium setup, I am confident we will be ready for the Games,” said Cross Country Yukon President Claude Chabot.

The Subway 5K race series will wind up next week with a Valentine’s theme. The Subway Valentine Relay will start at Mt Mac at 6 p.m. on February 14. Entry deadline is Tuesday, February 13. This event will require skiers to enter teams of two, and wearing Valentine’s costumes will be encouraged. One team member will ski a 2.5-kilometre loop and the other member will ski 5 kilometres. All skiers will be required to use skating technique.

Skiers participating in all four races will receive Subway gift certificates. The fastest Valentine team will win gift certificates and more will be given as draw prizes.

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