Pearson’s hat trick leads Yukon Inn’s oldtimers to victory

Oldtimers league Yukon Inn 8 Performance Centre Turbos 3 Dave Pearson had a five-point night for Yukon Inn, scoring a hat trick and a pair of…

Oldtimers league

Yukon Inn 8

Performance Centre

Turbos 3

Dave Pearson had a five-point night for Yukon Inn, scoring a hat trick and a pair of assists. Wayne Crowe added two goals, and Daryl Berube, Bernie Adilman and Carl Burgess added singles.

Brian Fedoriak netted a pair for the Turbos, and Rob Millar added the third goal. Glen Heinbigner assisted on all three goals.

Kilrich 8

Klondyke Dental Molars 2

Wade Harrison and Paul Lackowicz netted a pair each for Kilrich, and Russ Knutson, Gary Boyd and Ray Gorvick added singles. Stu Mackay also added one and helped out with four assists.

Laurie Malo scored Klondyke Dental’s two goals.

Kluane Drillers 6

Sports North 3

The Drillers doubled-up on Sports North, with Andrew Zinck and Mark Daniels scoring a pair of goals each. Rob Pitzel and Doug Roberts scored goals as well, and Ed Vanderkley had three assists.

Mitch Malchow scored two for Sports North, and Dale Kulych netted one.


Minor Hockey

PeeWee division (Saturday)

Yellow Cab 3

Castle Rock 1

Mike Arnold led Yellow Cab with two goals and an assist, and Kai Breithaupt scored as well. Hannah Wood-Walker helped out with two assists and was named player of the game. Mason Gray and Austin Smith recorded assists for the Cabbies.

Castle Rock’s Chris Anderson scored, assisted by Daniel Bunn and Jared Hrycan.

Indoor soccer

Monday results:

Territorial Auto Parts 6

ReMax 1

Dominic Korn and Travis Banks scored two goals each, while Liam Janke and Landon Worsfold singled for Territorial Auto. Jake Muir was named the MVP.

Kieran Morehouse scored the lone goal for ReMax, and Cassidy Griffis-Gonder took MVP honours.

Rafter A Ranch 4

Whitehorse Star 2

Brittany Milner netted a pair for the Ranch, and Ryley Andrew and Wynn White added singles. Tyson Schaber was named top player for the Ranch.

Trenton Pumphrey and Jonathan Koltun scored for the Star, and Daria Jordan was named MVP.

Assante Financial 5

Budget Rent a Car 3

Ryan Chippett’s hat trick led Assante to victory over Budget, and Mike Wintemute scored two goals and was named the player of the game.

Nicholas Dobush scored a pair for Budget, and Owen Hedstrom-Langford scored as well. Matt Smith was named MVP.

Mic Mac Toyota 6

Alkan Air 2

Belgie Nunez and Linsey Eby scored two each for Mic Mac. Youge Blackburn and Aric Hansen added singles, and Megan Andison was named top player.

Alkan Air’s scorers were Dillon Reed and Chris Dyck, and the MVP was Quinton Sterriah.

Sale Salvage 3

Intersport 2

The Salvage’s Logan Frasher, Peter Joe Jensen, and Trygg Jensen all netted one goal, and Kyra McDonald took MVP honours.

Megan Lanigan booted in the two points for Intersport, and was named top player.

Women’s league

Team One 4

Team Two 3

The first game of the season in the women’s league was a close one. Haley Stallabrass netted a pair for Team One, and Rhiannon Jones and Emily Sessford added singles.

Heidi Loos scored twice for Team Two, and Patti Flather booted in the third.

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