Love leads the way for A&A

Whitehorse Recreational Hockey League Tuesday results: Alwarid & Associates 8 Environmental Dynamics 4 Taylor Love led A&A as they…

Whitehorse Recreational Hockey League

Tuesday results:

Alwarid & Associates 8

Environmental Dynamics 4

Taylor Love led A&A as they doubled up on the Dynamics, scoring three and assisting on two more. Tyson Hawkins netted two as well, and Mike Fraser, Shayne Parker and Roger Floyd added singles. Blayne Monahan recorded four assists on the night.

Brian Douglas, Jeremy Hookham, Dave Richard and Brad Barker scored for the Dynamics.

Narrow Gauge 6

Game7 Sports 6

Adrian Bergman scored two and assisted on two for Narrow Gauge, while Jesse Gilday, Andrew Johnson and Kris Kostelnik scored singles. Phillip Harry scored the tying goal for Narrow Gauge with 26 seconds left in the game.

Brian McDonald scored two for Game7, and Dan Crawford, Jeremy Kovak, Blair MacDonald and Logan Freese scored as well.

Standings as of November 15: (win-loss-tie, points)

Division A

1st Boston Pizza, 8-4-0, 16

2nd Cinderwood, 7-4-1, 15

3rd Yukon Appliance, 5-5-1, 11

4th Air North, 5-6-0, 10

5th Whitehorse Mustangs,

4-5-0, 8

6th Southern Tutchone, 4-9-0, 8

Division B

1st Narrow Gauge, 8-2-2, 18

2nd Kluane Drillers, 6-2-2, 14

3rd Sports North, 6-2-2, 14

4th Game7 Sports, 4-4-3, 11

5th Environmental Dynamics,

3-6-3, 9

6th Alwarid & Associates, 2-6-3, 7

7th Envirolube / Alkan Air,

1-8-1, 3

Indoor soccer

Under-15 (Monday)

Audette Construction 6

EBA Engineering 3

Audette Construction stated out strong with plenty of shots on goal. EBA rallied with goals from Kellie Brown, Riley Smith and Travis Olynyk to make it three-three at half time.

In the second half, Audette Construction found their mark with three goals; a total of five by Dakota Couch ably assisted by Tony Nguyen — Audette Construction’s MVP — who added one of his own. Robin Smith was named EBA Engineering’s MVP.

Under-13 (Monday)

Kal Tire 9

BMO 8

Jack Lanigan led Kal Tire with a hat trick, he also took MVP honours. Garet Heynen added a pair of goals, and Eric Bookless, Theoren Richards and Katie Lowey scored as well.

BMO’s Clayton Limacher netted a hat trick, while Felix Bouchard, Mary Bennett, Jade Reed and Max Melvin-McNutt added singles. Dominic Rogers was named BMO’s top player.

Coldwell Banker 12

Snap On Tools 1

Linda Aranda and MVP Marten Sealy both had hat tricks for Coldwell, as they foreclosed on the Tools. Robyn Fortune added two goals, and Kurtis Hills, Ella Parker, Will Parker, Massey Baker scored as well.

For Snap On, Dylan Sands scored the only goal, and Flurin Witschi took MVP honours.

MacKay LLP 10

Locksmith Services 5

Travis Pumphrey led MacKay’s offensive effort, scoring seven goals, while Cameron Weeks, Stephanie Pike added singles. Caleb Steele-Lane was named top player. Locksmith’s MVP was Cody Bjork Andison.

Under-nine (Monday)

Tim Hortons 6

Northern Denture Clinic 0

Damien Terry and Benjamin Grundmanis each netted a pair, and Luka Van Randen and Odessa Beatty both singled. MVP was Damien Terry. The MVP for Northern was Jonathan Blanchard.

Brouwer Claims Canada 3

Mobile Maintenance 2

Chris Torgerson, Brett Nichol and Sam Wintemute all singled for Brouwer and Chris Torgerson was named MVP. Alex Hansen and Quintessa Maltais singled for Mobile, and Malcolm Moir was the top player.

Better Bodies 4

Medicine Chest Pharmacy 0

Shaun Clarke netted a hat trick and Isaac Fairman singled for Better Bodies. Joshua LaRouche was named MVP for the shutout. MVP for Medicine Chest was Jessica Gilchrist.

Coates Services 6

Elks 2

Kole Smeeton scored a pair for Coates, and Hanna Milner, Brayden Klassen, Kayla Armstrong, and Kyle Jacobs scored as well. Kelcy Armstrong was Coates’ player of the game. Scoring for the Elks were Hailey Patterson and Dakota Thompson, MVP honours went to Braden Lefler.

Whitehorse Minor Hockey

Peewee (Sunday)

Skookum 2

CastleRock 1

This was tightly played game, with excellent goaltending on both sides.

Riley Hildebrand of CastleRock scored their only goal early in the first period. Skookum’s first goal came in the third period, a sharp backhand by Raymond Emsley, assisted by Seamus Beairsto and Samantha Ford-Turner.

Then with just minutes left, Liam Janke made an end-to-end rush with a top-shelf goal. Goaltenders Nigel Sinclair-Eckert for Skookum, and Michael Amirault for CastleRock put on stand-out performances between the pipes.

Whitehorse Oldtimers Hockey League

Medicine Chest 8

AON Flames 3

Scott Lowery scored three for the Chest, and Bruce Williams added two. Peter Grundmanis netted one and two assists, as did Grant Lyon. Ed van Randen scored as well, and Ron Sumanik assisted on three goals. Brian Boorse, Al Lane and Dave Milne scored for the Flames.

Performance Centre Turbos 2

Yukon Inn 1

Turbos edged past the Yukon Inn with goals from Gord Kuchler and Brian Fedoriak. Wayne Crowe scored for the Inn.

Squash

Tuesday night league:

High Country Inn 20

Ketza 13

Blaine Tessier led the High Country team in a solid victory, beating Peter Densmore in straight sets. Jim Gilpin and Patrick Gardiner needed five sets to win over Marie Desmarais and Phil Jackson, respectively.

Charlie Hoeller had Ketza’s only win — over Matt Brown in four sets.

Assante 24

Yukon Brewing 8

Michael Hanson swept the Brewing’s Don Murphy in straight sets, as Assante pummeled Yukon Brewing, winning all four matches. Pierre LaCasse and Mark Tubman beat Jeff Seaman and Grayson Peters, both matches going four sets.

Trevor Mead-Robins won over Kevin Daffe, after a five-set epic contest.

Pizza Hut 13

Kilrich 12

Four matches, four sweeps. Pizza Hut’s George Stetkiewicz and Gord Starko beat George Maratos and Vince Boutelier. Chris Toleman and Cameron Webber kept Kilrich in it, winning their matches over Richard Meredith and Kyle Marchuk.

Standings:

1st Kilrich, 51

2nd Assante, 50

3rd Pizza Hut, 48

4th Ketza, 43

5th High Country Inn, 38

6th Yukon Brewing, 28

7th Underhill, 20

Dogsled racing

The first outing in the Yukon Brewing Copper Haul Twister League — The H.Coyne & Sons Race, is set for this Saturday at Icy Waters Inc. on Fish Lake Road. Registration starts at 8:45 a.m.

According to race organizer Jonathan Lucas, the trail is looking good, although it may be difficult to set a snow hook.

Dress for the weather, and bring warm drinks.

For more information, check out www.copperhaultwister.blogspot.com

Mount Sima

Ski and snowboard fans take note: Warren Miller’s Off The Grid will be screened this Friday, November 17th at the Yukon Arts Centre, as part of the annual Mount Sima fundraiser kick starts the winter season with the deepest snow and the steepest mountains…. and even the World Snowball Fighting Championships!

Advance tickets are $16 at Hougen’s SportsLodge or $18 at the door. Showtime is 7:30 p.m. this Friday at the Yukon Arts Centre.

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