Mustangs lead in rec league

Whitehorse Recreational Hockey Saturday results: Whitehorse Mustangs 7 Roadhouse 6 Lowell Johnston had a pair of goals and a pair of assists for…

Whitehorse Recreational Hockey

Saturday results:

Whitehorse Mustangs 7

Roadhouse 6

Lowell Johnston had a pair of goals and a pair of assists for the Mustangs, as they edged past the Roadhouse for their fourth win of the season.

Kane Dawe scored one and helped out on three more, while Coty Fraser, Joe Densmore and Robbie Stuckey added goals as well.

The Roadhouse’s scorers were Ryan Hodgins and Troy Cairns, with two goals each. Jake Derksen and Mike Gau added one each as well. Andrew Sprokkreff recorded three assists.

Sunday results:

Envirolube Oilers 7

Kluane Drillers 5

Peter Wright scored a pair for the Oilers as they put the Drillers on ice Sunday. Rob Dawe, Leroy Wolfe, Shaun Taylor and Pete Mostyn scored as well.

The Drillers had goals from Tyler Murray, Doug Roberts, Duane McDonald, Braden Thompson and Rob Pitzel.

Sports North 9

Yukon Inn 3

Mike O’Connor was on a hot streak for Sports North, netting two goals and assisting on three more. Dave Richard and Dustin Slonski netted two goals each, while John Van Langen scored a goal and three assists. Scott Palfreyman and Rob Hill rounded out the scoring, and Terry Slonski recorded three assists as well.

Lars Jessup scored a pair for Yukon Inn, and Joe Beckett added a goal as well.

Rec league standings as of October 29:

(win-loss-tie, points)

Division A

1st Whitehorse Mustangs, 4-0-1, 9

2nd Cinderwood, 2-1-2, 6

3rd Roadhouse, 2-3-2, 6

4th Yukon Appliance, 2-1-1, 5

5th Air North, 1-4-0, 2

Division B

1st Terra Firma Muckers, 4-0-1, 9

2nd ORC Tree Services, 4-1-0, 8

3rd U-Brew Bruins, 3-1-1, 7

4th Sports North, 2-3-2, 6

5th Narrow Gauge, 3-2-0, 6

6th Envirolube Oilers, 2-5-0, 4

7th Kluane Drillers, 1-4-0, 2

8th Yukon Inn Boiler Room, 1-4-0, 2

Indoor Soccer

Under-13 (Monday)

ReMax 10

Kluane Mechanical 1

ReMax shut down the Mechanical squad with Michael Bennett’s hat trick leading the way. Eric Fekete and Takoa Murdy netted two each, and Alex Hopkins, Harold Risby and Clay Limacher scored as well. Gena Charlie was named top player.

Sabrina Clark had the lone goal for Kluane, and Harley Gudbranson was the MVP.

Locksmith Services 4

Mic Mac Toyota 3

Locksmith edged past Mic Mac in this close match, with goals from Robyn Fortune, Tyson Schaber, Daniela Raillard and Megan Lanigan. Liam Campbell took the MVP nod.

Travis Bank scored twice for Toyota, and Dawson Beaulieu added a single. Charlie Kedzoira was the player of the game.

Under-nine (Thursday)

Underhill Geometrics 5

Physio Plus 4

Brandon Barrett scored four times for Underhill,  Jude Lemoine added a goal and Shayla Hamilton took the MVP for outstanding goalkeeping.

Physio Plus scorers were Riley Smoler, Montana Kains Xander Erdman and Ryan McDonald. MVP was JJ Cannings.

Whitehorse Minor Hockey

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Sunday results:

Team Four 4

Team Three 2

Cole Smeeton led the way for the Quatros, netting three goals. Logan Morris added the fourth goal, assists by Maxwell Brewster and Michael Ritchie.

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