Martin and Minard ride the storm for points

Whitehorse Recreational Hockey Sunday results Yukon Appliance Blues 14 Southern Tutchone Storm 3 Joe Martin led the Blues in this lopsided rout,…


Recreational Hockey

Sunday results

Yukon Appliance Blues 14

Southern Tutchone Storm 3

Joe Martin led the Blues in this lopsided rout, scoring four goals and three assists. Thom Minard had three goals and four assists, and Daryn Leas scored twice and assisted on four. Curtis Goddman netted a pair, and Eric Kositsin, Ryan Martin and Tyler Plaunt scored as well.

Kevin Smith, Shawn Kolak and Gordon Harvey scored for the Storm.

Air North Jets 3

Whitehorse Midget Mustangs 1

The Jets managed to hold back the potent Mustangs offence and won with goals from Willy McKenna, Greg Charlie and Ryan Kinney.

Kane Dawe scored the lone Mustangs goal.


Oldtimers Hockey

Sunday results

Medicine Chest 9

Kilrich 4

Ed Van Randen led the scoring for Medicine Chest, scoring two goals and two assists. Jim Giczi and Ron Sumanik scored two goals each, and Dave Terris, Bruce Williams and Peter Grundmanis scored as well. Mike Kenny assisted on four and Grant Lyon set up a pair.

Kilrich’s Tim Vincent netted a pair of goals, and Stu Mackay and Wade Harrison added singles. Ryan Hennings and Wayne Hoganson assisted on two goals each.

Performance Centre Turbos 8

Klondyke Dental Molars 2

Rob Millar and Blaine Demchuk scored two goals each for the Turbos, as they drilled into the Molars. Guy Morgan, Glen Heinbigner, Mark Pike and Jerry Wald scored as well.

Scoring for the Molars were Gerry Rivest and Mark Pinter.

Firth Rangers 7

AON Flames 1

Adam Green’s two goals were enough to put out the Flames, but the Rangers also had goals from Gord Campbell, Tom Amson, Paul Sahagian, Brian Love and Tom Ullyet.

Al Lane scored the lone Flames goal.

Yukon Inn 6

Edgewater Hotel 2

Dave Pearson netted a pair of goals and two assists as the Yukon Inn stomped the Edgewater. Grant Lowey, Carl Burgess, Greg Bull and Phil Timpany scored as well.

Brent Stokes and Rick Smith scored for Edgewater.


Thursday Night League

Kumon Learning 20

Well-Read Books 9

Jeanette Carney and Chris Zeigler led Kumon to a decisive win over Well-Read, sweeping Ronnie-Sue Steinhagen and George Maratos, respectively. Darrin Sinclair also won for Kumon, beating Mark Dyer in four sets.

Jessica Borgford had Well-Read’s only victory, winning over Judy Ratcliffe in five sets.

Whitehorse Travel 16

Northern Lights Optometry 15

The Travel squad squeaked by Northern Lights, with Lesley Cabott’s straight-sets win over Monica Gibson leading the way. Patti Flather needed four sets to win against Mark Beese.

Tara Matechuk swept Ashley LaBar for Northern Lights, and Kapri Martin won her match, beating Lara Lewis in five sets.

Sterling Investments 20

Navigo Broadband 10

Sterling took three of four matches, and doubled up on Navigo in points. Shari Thompson and Beth Ellis both swept their matches, beating Lisa Gudbranson and Ryan MacKinnon respectively. Amberley Wolfe went the distance against Zoe Walker, winning in five sets.

Lara Trotter had Navigo’s only win, beating Shauna Tompkins in five sets.

Indoor soccer

Over 35-league (Sunday)

The Over-35 league is happy to announce the addition of our sixth team, Pine Plumbing.

Klondike Copier 5

Pepsi 3

Mehrdad Tirgar scored three times for the Klondike Copiers as they defeated Pepsi in the first game of the new year. John McPhail added two for the Copiers, and Billy Whitty and Renzo Ordonez each scored once for the Pepsi team.

Assante Financial

Management 4

Quest 3

Terry Markley notched the hat trick to lead Assante over Quest. Kevin Brewer scored the other goal for Assante, and Housh Ghandi and Sonny Voyageur scored for Quest.

Pine Plumbing 7

Yukon Brew 4

This was Pine Plumbing’s first game, and they came out strong, defeating Yukon Brewing. Mo Sahid scored three, while Angel Soto, Adil Khalik, and Doug Hitch each scored once. Philip Jackson scored twice for Yukon Brewing, and Amadou Djido and Bob Baxter each scored once.

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