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Qualita triumphs in short handed contest

Whitehorse Minor SoccerUnder-16 (Thursday)Qualita 3Pine Plumbing 2Both teams were shorthanded in this very close game, with Qualita goals…

Whitehorse Minor Soccer

Under-16 (Thursday)

Qualita 3

Pine Plumbing 2

Both teams were shorthanded in this very close game, with Qualita goals from Stephen Dynes, Nathan Wallace and Anya Zimmerman. Zimmerman also took MVP honours.

Zak Young and Katelyn Peterson scored for the Plumbers, and Sara Kennedy.

Dave’s Cleaning 4

Norline 0

The Cleaners shut out Norline in this match, with Ryan MacKinnon, Markus Liebau, Brett Hills and Jimmy Semaschuk scoring. Liebau was named MVP for the Cleaners.

Norline’s Tanner Coyne took top player honours for his team.

Mackay LLP 7

Colad Laser Esthetics 0

Another shutout in the Under-16 division, as Mackay trounced Colad. Riley Tobin scored four, Ateca Mills had a pair, and Kynan McIntyre added a single. MVP was Mauricio Ruiz.

Medicine Chest 4

EBA Engineering 1

Medicine Chest scorers were Grant McWatters, Matt Wolysnuk, Savannah Marks and Dillon Vickerman. Sister goalies Emilie and Alex Bouchard shared MVP honours.

Under-13 (Thursday)

Versatile Rentals 5

Remax 1

Tayo Ademak scored four for Versatile, and Ben Kinvig added a single. Simon Paish was named MVP.

Henry Kedziora scored for Remax, and Donald Fortune as MVP.

Irving Collision 1

Whitehorse Motors 0

Ian Wintemute scored the only goal of the game for Irving, and their MVP was Colton Cawley.

Jeremy Mann was Whitehorse Motors MVP.

New West Technologies 7

Intersport 0

Scorers and MVP’s not


Under-12 (Monday)

Dana Naye Ventures 6

Locksmith Services 2

Kurtis Hill had the hat trick for Dana Naye, with Shayna Jordon, Adrian Bigthe and Josh Hansen adding singles. Robyn Fortune was named MVP.

Gibson Pearson and Dustin Moore scored for Locksmith Services, and the MVP was Courtney Greenway.

Wal-Mart 8

Bumper to Bumper 7

James Tlen was named player of the game for notching two goals for Wal-Mart. Charlie Kedziora added another pair, and Rowan Huggard, Max Melvin-McNutt, Claire Abbott and Antonia Lafferty added to the carnage.

Brayden Kulych scored three for the Bumpers, and Kelsey Smeeton, Tyler Wiens, Brandon Langenhan and Matthew Keaton scored as well. Brad Koprowsky took top player honours.

Rodan Air Maintenance 7

Bank of Montreal 3

Thomas Scoffin and Jessica Woodhouse both scored a pair as Rodan destroyed the Bankers. Michael Hare, Chris Fisher and Jared Worsfold scored as well. Nicole Bendera was Rodan’s choice for MVP.

Matthew Pollare led the Bank with two goals, Dylan Sands added one and Shannon Holmes was MVP.

Under-10 (Monday)

The Deli 3

M&A Yukon 0

A wide ranging, back and forth match. Great goaltending kept the score low. Jorey Bauer, Jaylene Kelly and MVP Stephen Wohlfarth scored deli goals.

Andrew Scoffin was M&A’s top player.

EVF Fuelwood 5

Clearview Autoglass 1

It was a wide-open game, with lots of end-to-end rushing by both sides. Hot goalkeeping from Kieran Halliday and Liam Webster led Enterprises to victory.

Kieran Halliday led EVF with two goals, while Liam Webster, Emile St. Pierre, and David Grove each added one. Grove was named MVP for solid defense. Josh Harlow scored Clearview’s goal, and Hal Schulze was named MVP.

Great Northern Oil 2

Boston Pizza 0

Tanner Borsa and Peter Joe Jensen scored one each for Great Northern, and Tristan Brown was named MVP.

Charlie Scofield was MVP for the Pizzaria.


Monday’s Fourth annual O-Adventure Challenge was a success, with 177 students from six schools traversing the Paddy’s Pond map under sunny skies.

The meet was organized by a combination of Yukon Orienteering Association and Recreation and Parks Association of Yukon staff.

The next orienteering meet for all ages, is tonight on the Chadburn Lake Road map, starting at 6 p.m.

Here are the O-Adventure Challenge’s top finishers:

Grade 4 – two kilometres

(20 teams total)

1st Chantal Raillard, Ryann

McKay — Holy Family, 27:34

2nd Vera Schall, Kevin

McLachlan — Golden Horn,


3rd Byron Sam, Daniel

Skookum — Teslin School,


4th Dawson Hallonquist,

Anthony Shipman — Holy

Family, 30:18

5th Brittany Au, Noah Kitchen

— Holy Family, 30:50

Grade 5 — 2.7 kilometres

(37 teams)

1st Kai Knorr, Heather Combs

— Whitehorse Elementary,


2nd Logan Frasher, Joe Woods

— Christ the King, 31:43

3rd Karoline Sprecht, Jessie —

Elijah Smith, 32:18

4th Emily Wilson, Sophia T —

Golden Horn, 32:19

5th Shaun Kitchen, Fawn

Saswarsky — Whitehorse

Elementary, 32:22

Grade 6 — 3.2 kilometres

(33 teams)

1st Josh Hansen, Patrick

Soprovich — Christ the King,


2nd Tanis Avery, Toni Lafferty

— Christ the King, 37:26

3rd Becky Leslie, Kim Brown

— Christ the King, 37:54

4th Jaxon Pope, Kai Breithaupt,

Kalin Slough — Golden Horn,


5th Gage Aird, Cody Pumphrey — Christ the King, 47:36