Qualita’s Pumphrey nets four

Soccer Under-13 (Tuesday) Qualita Cleaners 9 Intersport 6 This was a hard-fought game in the second half.

Soccer

Under-13 (Tuesday)

Qualita Cleaners 9

Intersport 6

This was a hard-fought game in the second half. With no subs and hot, humid, buggy weather — the teams got worn out and a bit edgy by the end of the game.

Travis Pumphrey led Qualita with four goals, and Braden Kulych netted three, while Clay Limacher and Ryan Burke rounded out the scoring with singles.

Michael Hare and Mary Bennet scored two goals each for Intersport, and Felix Bouchard and Jeremy Linville found the net as well. Jake Ruddy was Intersport’s MVP.

Bumper to

Bumper 8

Kal Tire 2

Bumper to Bumper’s Kurtis Hills led all scorers in this game with four goals. MVP Belgie Nunez added a pair, and Jesse Cebuliak and Nicole Bendera scored as well.

Adam Torgerson scored both goals for Kal Tire, and the MVP was Thomas Scoffin.

Under-11 (Wednesday)

Sportslife 7

Great Northern Oil 0

Tanner Borsa led Sportslife with four goals, and took the MVP nod for it. Michael Hougen, Jacob Schwinghammer and Landon Worsfold scored singles. MVP for Great Northern was Liam Mostyn.

Under-15 (Thursday)

Audette Construction 6

Versatile Rentals 4

Stephen Harlow and Tyler Audette scored two goals each to lead Audette to victory. Cole Pereira and Jonathon Quarton had singles, and Ben Barrett-Forrest was named MVP.

Versatile’s Ale Adamak scored twice, Caleb Kelly and Kyle Risby added one each, and Jake Jacobs took the MVP honours.

EBA Engineering 5

Versatile Rentals 1

EBA’s Michael Donohoe had a pair of goals to lead his team, and Brandie Scobie, Thomas Mills and Robbie Borud scored as well. Colton Cawley was named EBA’s top player.

Versatile’s Caleb Kelly scored, and Alex Whitelaw was the top Rental.

East West Health Clinic 6

Energy North 1

Cameron Weekes led the scoring for East West, with three goals, Brendan Au, Chris Vance, and Max Parker. Tarek Bos-Jabber took the MVP title.

For Energy North, Joaquin McWatters had the lone goal, and Adrian Hawkings was named player of the game.

Mountainview Men’s Commercial Golf

This week’s format in the Thursday league at Mountainview was individual match play. The top winners this week were Emco 4-Skins, Irving Collision, and Total Trac Yukon with seven points each, followed by Talmark/Sit Easy and Roadhouse Bar & Grill with six. Next week will feature the popular skins game format.

Current standings (June 7, total points):   

1st Emco 4-Skins 7, 28

2nd Shoppers Drug 4, 24

3rd MacKay LLP 5, 23

4th Matco Transporation 4, 22

5th Skookum Asphalt 5, 21

6th Pour Rite Construction 4, 20

7th Northwestel 4, 20

8th Missing Links 4, 19

9th P&M Recycling 4, 18

10th Super A 4, 18

11th Lister’s Motor Sports 4, 18

12th Feature Foods 4, 17

13th Ketza Construction 4, 17

14th Olson Construction 3, 17

15th Talmark/Sit Easy 6, 17

16th NuWay Crushing 1, 15

17th Triple J Services 3, 15

18th The Chain Gang 4, 15

19th Roadhouse Offsales Relics

4, 14

20th Macdonald & Co 4, 13

21st Roadhouse Bar & Grill 6, 13

22nd Irving Collision 7, 13

23rd Total Trac Yukon 7, 13

24th Kal Tire 2, 9

25th Northerm 2, 8

26th Whse Business Mach 4, 8

27th Super Save Propane 1, 7

28th Casa Loma Motel 1, 6

Whitehorse Minor Softball

Peanut division (Wednesday)

Northwest Vacuum Services 12

Fountain Tire 10

Yukon Tourism Education

Council 12

Frantic Follies 10

Mite division (Wednesday)

Elks Lodge 10

Dairy Queen 6

Squirt division (Thursday)

Boston Pizza 13

Office Supply Centre 11

Kal Tire 24

Yukon Tourism Education

Council 23

Peewee division (Thursday)

Emco Corp. 22

Co-operators 21

Computec 15

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