Rough weekend for rec league Jets

Whitehorse Recreational Hockey League (Friday) Environmental Dynamics 5 Alwarid & Associates 5 Alain Desrochers and Pat Tabler scored a pair…

Whitehorse Recreational Hockey League

(Friday)

Environmental Dynamics 5

Alwarid & Associates 5

Alain Desrochers and Pat Tabler scored a pair each for the Dynamics, as they skated to a draw with Alwarid. Dave Richard scored a single.

Tyson Hawkins scored two and added three assists for Alwarid. Alex Reykdal netted two, and Roger Floyd added the fifth goal to keep things even.

Narrow Gauge

Contracting 10

Game7 Sports 4

Danny McDonald led Narrow Gauge as they thumped Game7, scoring four goals and one assist. Andrew Johnson added a pair, and Tytus Hardy, Hector Lang, Milo Jordan and Phillip Harry added goals as well.

Game7 goals were scored by Jeremy Kovac, Jordan Johnston, Kristian King and Scott Kovac.

(Saturday)

Whitehorse Mustangs (Midget AA) 15

Air North Jets 2

The Mustangs showed no mercy against an outnumbered Jets squad, with Lowell Johnston, Ted Stephens and Kane Dawe all scoring hat tricks. Johnston also had six assists, Stephens helped out with three and Dawe added four assists.

Joe Densmore netted a pair of goals, and Kevin Pike, Glen Skookum, Fraser Love and Tanner Kulych added singles.

The Jets managed to score twice, with Jeff Foster and Darius Elias netting the goals.

Cinderwood Canucks 5

Boston Pizza 2

Kirk Gale led the Canucks with a goal and two assists, while Mark King, Aaron Pettitt, Ian Kuster and Martin Lawrie scored as well.

Trevor Twardochleb and James Edzerza scored for Boston Pizza.

(Sunday)

Boston Pizza 9

Southern Tutchone Storm 7

The Pizza boys bounced back from their loss on Saturday to beat the storm on Sunday. Mike Young and Ed Peart both had hat tricks, and Barry Blisner netted a goal and four assists. Trevor Twardochleb and Bryan Gurial added singles.

Cinderwood Canucks 18

Air North Jets 5

The Jets took another pounding on Sunday, this time from the Canucks.

Five Canucks players recorded hat tricks – Ben Wondga, Martin Lawrie, Ian Kuster, Aaron Pettitt and Joey Mason. Pettitt added five assists as well.

Mark King netted a pair, and Mike L’Henaff scored as well.

Jets scorers were Wesley Marsh, with two, and Peter Charlie, Jeff Foster and Ryan Kinney.

Standings as of October 22 (win-loss-tie, points):

Division A

1st Boston Pizza, 4-2-0, 8

2nd Southern Tutchone,

4-3-0, 8

3rd Whitehorse Mustangs,

3-1-0, 6

4th Yukon Appliance,

2-3-1, 5

5th Cinderwood, 2-4-1, 5

6th Air North, 2-4-0, 4

Division B

1st Kluane Drillers, 4-0-1, 9

2nd Narrow Gauge, 3-1-1, 7

3rd Sports North, 3-2-0, 6

4th Game7 Sports, 2-2-1, 5

5th Environmental

Dynamics, 2-2-1, 5

6th Alwarid &Associates,

0-3-2, 2

7th Envirolube/Alkan Air,

0-4-0

Oldtimers league

(Wednesday)

Yukon Inn 4

AON Flames 3

The Yukon Inn came out on top in this tightly played match, with goals from Wayne Crow, Mike Blower, Dave Pearson and Bernie Adilman.

Dave Milne, Steve McGrath and Kevin Neufeld scored for the Flames.

Performance Centre Turbos 9

Medicine Chest 6

Rob Miller led the Turbos with three goals and a pair of assists. Glen Heinbigner scored twice and helped out on three more, while Brian Fedoriak scored two as well. Matt Sills and Ernie Jamison rounded out the scoring.

John Skilnyk netted a pair of goals for the Chest, and assisted on two, while Scott Lowery added a goal and three assists. Mike Kenny, Bruce Williams and Ron Sumanik scored singles.

(Thursday)

Klondyke Dental Molars 3

Edgewater Hotel 1

Brian Alp, Jordan Borgford and Terry Jackson shared the scoring for the Molars, with one each, while Sean McAskie scored the lone Edgewater goal.

Firth Rangers 7

Kilrich 3

The Rangers’ Gord Campbell netted three goals in a decisive victory over Kilrich. Phil Roszell, Joel Witten, Adam Green and Phil Borgel also scored for the Rangers.

Kilrich goals were scored by Tim Vincent, who notched a pair, and Stu Mackay.

Whitehorse Minor Hockey

Novice (Sunday)

Klondike Motors 4

Wal-Mart 4

Spencer Lessard netted a pair for the Motors, and Caleb Marsh and Argus added singles.

Levi Johnson had a hat trick for Wal-Mart, while Jack Blisner added one.

Indoor soccer

Under-15 (Thursday)

Pine Plumbing 12

Audette Construction 5

Tyler Pumphrey netted six goals for Pine, Cody Reaume scored four, and Michael Donohoe and Mauricio Ruiz added one each. Jaime Whitty was named MVP.

Audette’s Dakota Couch and Tony Nguyen scored two each, Alex Lindsey added one, and Lauren Skookum took MVP honours.

Klondike Copier 7

Colad Laser Centre 2

Goal scorers for Klondike were Stephen Dynes, with six, and Kathleen Hare.

Nathan Wallace and Wayne Dupont scored for Colad. Ross Mitcham-Timpany was named top player for Klondike, and Cole Mickey was Colad’s MVP.

Under-nine (Thursday)

Brouwer Claims Canada 1

Mobile Maintenance

Services 0

Samantha Wintemute scored the only goal of the game for Brouwer, and it’s MVP is Matthew Butler.

The Maintenance team’s top player was Graydon McDonnell. A special shout out to the three goalies that took many shots and kept the game so close — Brett Nichol and Austin Bourque for Brouwer and Graydon McDonnell for Mobile Maintenance.

Under-seven (Thursday)

Oranje 3

Yukon News 2

Oranje goals came from the feet of Joseph Stokes (with two) and Anthony Steele. Ethan Vanderkley took MVP honours.

Ryan Hindson and Elisha Leenders scored for the Yukon News, and the MVP was Sarah Leslie.

Underhill Geomatics 4

Murraya Dental 1

Scorers not available.

Coed soccer (Sunday)

Bocelli’s 7

Morris and Brown 5

Stephen Mead and Geordo Matechuk scored two each for Bocelli’s, while Charlie MacLeod, Bill Willoughby and Audi each scored one.

Morris and Brown’s scorers were Mitch Miyagawa, Heather Connel, Ban Anton, Heather Alton and Adil — all with one goal.

Sanchez Cantina 6

MicMac Toyota 1

A close game for most of the 60 minutes, towards the end of the game, the depth of Sanchez’ bench was too much, and they encircled and relentlessly took shots at the heroic yet sprawling MicMac keeper.

Kris Schneider led the Cantina with a pair, while Dave Strachan, Thierry Haddad, Fletcher Smith and Ayman Tadros netted one each.

Charles Laberge scored MicMac’s only goal.

Pearson Dental 6

Intersport 3

No scoring info.

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