Pine’s Adamek boots in six, Energy North a scoring machine

Indoor Soccer Under-15 (Wednesday) Pine Plumbing 8 Wintemute Electric 5 Ale Adamek was on fire for the Plumbers, scoring six goals as they…

Indoor Soccer

Under-15 (Wednesday)

Pine Plumbing 8

Wintemute Electric 5

Ale Adamek was on fire for the Plumbers, scoring six goals as they short-circuited Wintremute Electric. Cameron Weeks added a pair of goals and also took the MVP nod.

Wintemute’s scorers were Caleb Kelly, with three goals, and Tanner Coyne added two. Jazmine Carey was named most valuable player.

Energy North 10

Coldwell Banker 4

Energy North destroyed Coldwell, putting on a scoring clinic with Robert Borud and Mac Potter getting hat tricks, William Thomson and Tyson Baxter netting two each, and Shannon Thompson took top player honours.

Mary Bennett scored two for Coldwell, and Dillon Vickerman and Matthew Richards added goals as well. Scott McWhinnie was named MVP.

Kilrich Industries 6

The Electrical Shop 6

Kilrich’s David Ratcliff booted in four goals in this draw with The Electrical Shop, Alex Lindsay and Jeff Bell added singles, and Jamie Davignon was named top player.

Travis Olynyk scored three times for The Electrical Shop, Will Parker scored two, and Belgie Nunez Zuniga evened it up with a single.

Under-18 (Wednesday)

Dave’s Cleaning 7

Prime Meridian Physiotherapy 5

Dave’s Cleaning outscored Prime with three goals from Thoren Loeks, a pair from John Borud, and singles from David Hemmings and Thomas McWhinnie. Jessica Williams took the MVP honours.

Prime Meridian’s Jesse Latoski and Marlen Brunner scored two goals each, and MVP Janelle Greer added one.

Alkan Air 7

Pristine Auto Care 7

Ryan Wilson booted in four goals for Alkan in this high-scoring draw, and Markus Liebau added three. Adrian Wheeler was named Alkan’s top player.

Joaquin McWatters scored four times for Pristine, taking the MVP nod, while Tim Kleedehn scored two, and Ben Liang added one.

Under-11 (Wednesday)

Tim Hortons 7

Kal Tire 3

Nicholas Dobush led Tim Hortons with four goals, while Lane Davignon netted two and Louis Kedziora added a single. Damien Terry took the MVP nod.

Lauren Leslie scored for Kal Tire.

Better Bodies 4

Brower Claims Canada 1

Ryan Chippett’s two goals were enough to seal the deal for Better Bodies, Tristan Walsh and Noah Kitchen added a goal each. Cassen Fleshman took the MVP honours.

Evan Hoogland scored for Brower Claims Canada, and the MVP was Hannah Milner.

Sports Life 3

Henry Gulch Exploration 3

For Sports Life, Benjamin Grundmanis scored two while Lestate Billy added one and was also named MVP.

Dakota Thompson, Shara Kealney and Tanner Bovsa all singled for HGE and Anja Aird was named top player.

Over-35 league (Sunday)

Yukon Brewing 4

Klondike Copier 0

Mehrdad Tirgar scored two for the Brewers, and Mike Pare and Bob Baxter each scored once.

Quest 2

Pine Plumbing 2

Jeff Ford scored both goals for Pine Plumbing, and Doug Hitch and Brian Fiddler each scored once for Quest.  

Assante 3

Pepsi 3

Renzo Ordonez put in two for Assante, and Tony Gaw scored the third. For Pepsi, Simon Pulido scored twice, and Mo Sahid scored once.

Oldtimers Hockey

Sunday results:

Yukon Inn 3

Edgewater Hotel 2

Yukon Inn squeaked past the Edgewater with goals from Brian Boorse, Rick Moses and Greg Bull, assisted by Bernie Adilman and Craig Steinbach.

Brian Gudmundson and Roger Hewlett scored for the Edgewater, with assists from Tony Clennett, Scott Lowery, David McMurphy and Dave Milne.

Firth Rangers 2

AON Flames 1

Another low-scoring affair as Firth doubled up on the Flames. Bruce Williams and Kevin Billy scored for the Rangers, while Rick Gingell scored for the Flames.

Performance Centre Turbos 7

Klondyke Dental Molars 4

Glen Heinbigner led the charge for the Turbos, scoring two and assisting on two more. Grant Lyons netted one and helped out on three, while Dennis Connelly, Paul Lackowicz, Bob Candow and Lance Bevilaqua scored as well.

Klondyke’s scorers were Martin O’Hagan, Brian Eyolfson, Doug Janzen and Terry Jackson.

Medicine Chest 8

Kilrich 2

Jim Stephens netted the hat trick for The Chest, and added three assists on top of that. Blaine Demchuk was hot as well, scoring twice and helping out on three more. Lester Balsillie scored two, and Roger Lockwood added one.

Kilrich’s scorers were Bob Schwinghammer and Laurie Malo.

Curling

Skookum Asphalt Super League

Current standings:

A Division

1st Skookum Asphalt (Solberg)    4-0

2nd Team Cowan, 3-1

2nd Team Adilman, 3-1

2nd Team Gee, 3-1

2nd Team Diakow, 3-1

3rd Team Mikkelsen, 2-2

B Division

1st Team Grant, 3-1

2nd McInroy Disposal (Hunter), 2-2

2nd Team Scoffin, 2-2

2nd Team Andison, 2-2

3rd Yukon Engineering Services (Stick), 1-3

4th T.A. Firth & Son (Koltun), 0-4

5th Yukon Inn (Fraser), 0-4

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