Rugged terrain didn’t impede orienteering

Seventy-six adventurers participated in Wednesday evening’s orienteering meet on the War Eagle map.

Seventy-six adventurers participated in Wednesday evening’s orienteering meet on the War Eagle map.

Course distances were shorter for this event due to the more rugged terrain and thicker forest, but this didn’t slow people on the shorter courses.

Participants started at Pumphouse Lake on the Fish Lake Road and navigated four courses toward McIntyre Creek.

The next orienteering meet is scheduled for June 14 on the Ear Lake map.

Here are Wednesday’s top finishers:

Novice 1.5 kilometres

1st Marian Geary and

Jean Hogg, 20:17

2nd Don and

Jenna Duncan, 24:29

3rd Sara and Brian Forsyth,

25:02

Short intermediate

2.4 kilometres

1st Brendan Neney, 33:58

2nd Deb and

Claire Kiemele, 41:43

3rd Galena and

Charlie Roots, 42:06

Short advanced

3.2 kilometres

1st Sky Pearson, 35:15

2nd Dan Hurley, 44:50

3rd Grant Abbott, 45:38

Advanced 5 kilometres

1st Forest Pearson, 47:35

2nd Juri Peepre, 66:03

3rd Karen McKenna, 115:40

Whitehorse

Minor Soccer

Under-16 (Thursday)

Colad Laser Esthetics 3

Kopper King 3

Robbie Borud, Dylan Cole and Cody Fraser scored for Kopper King in this well played match-up. MVP for the game was Kyla Marrin.

Colad Laser’s Kyle Levia managed two goals and Ben Robinson added a third. MVP for the team was Michael Fisher.

Pepsi 4

EBA Engineering 4

Dayna Thompson notched two, while Kye Durell and Heidi Loos also scored. Mitchell Heynen scored a pair for EBA while Malcolm Boothroyd and Geoff Gartshore singled. MVPs were Amy Andison for Pepsi and Bradley Keaton for EBA.

Qualita 6

Norline 0

Lowell Johnston scored four goals for Qualita. Nathan Wallace and Logan Potter each added another. Qualita’s MVP was Logan Potter, while Norline’s MVP was Sierra Palamar.

Under-13 (Thursday)

Versatile Rentals 5

New West Technologies 1

Ale Adamek scored a pair for the Rentals, and Joel Brennan, Simon Paish and Logan Roots added singles. Stephanie Bowie took MVP honours.

Aubin Nunez scored New West’s lone goal, and Jazmine Carey was named MVP.

Whitehorse Motors 9

Intersport 1

Whitehorse Motors’ Caleb Kelly led a routing of Intersport, with a hat trick. Jamie Davignon added a pair, and Jeremy Mann, Brett Ens, Teran Sturko and Jack Lanigan.

Theran Richards scored Intersport’s only goal.

ReMax 2

Irving Collision 2

Kyle Risby and Alex Ordonez scored for ReMax, and Kira Hunston took top player honours.

Chris Vance and Riley Simpson-Fowler scored Irving Collision’s goals. MVP was Jenna Blanchette.

Under-12 (Thursday)

Locksmith Services 10

Bank of Montreal 0

Locksmith blew open the vault, destroying the Bank in a lopsided win. Gibson Pearson, Sabrina Clarke (MVP) and Dustin Moore all scored hat tricks, and Mason Grey added the 10th goal.

Brian Burke was Bank of Montreal’s player of the game.

Under-10 (Wednesday)

Arctic Respiratory 4

EVF Fuelwood 3

Dylan Reed’s two goals led the Respirators, while Wyatt Gale and Landon Worsfold added singles. Ryan Thibodeau was named MVP.

EVF’s Kieran Halliday scored two, and David Grove scored one. Nicola Lazeo-Fairman was EVF’s top player.

Under-nine (Tuesday)

Coates Services Yukon Ltd. 8

Prime Meridian Physiotherapy 0

Coates’ scoring came from all sides, with Chris Torgerson netting four. Brett Nichols added two, and Bodhi Elias and Kyle Jacobs each added one.

MVP for Coates was Justin Jamieson for the shutout.

MVP for Prime Meridian was Kayla Armstrong.

Tim Hortons 3

Fitzsimmons Driving

School 3

Luka Van Randen scored two for Tim Hortons, and Samantha Wintemute added one. Alexander Klubi was named top player.

Fitzsimmons kept thing even with two goals from Ben Grundmanis and a single from Cloe Turner-Davis. Nyland Duncan took the MVP nod.

Norcope 2

Physio Plus 0

Norcope’s Marcus Deuling and Max Clarke scored in this defensive match-up, and that was enough to put away Physio Plus.

Paul Nikitiuk was Norcope’s player of the game, and Jessica Wilson took Physio’s MVP.

Gartner Lee 5

Surgical Precision 0

Gartner Lee was saving up all season for this game. Anna Janowicz and Alexander Hanson scored two goals each. Madeline Connings netted a goal as well, and Jenine Vickerman was named MVP.

Michael Asp took Surgical Precision’s player of the game honour.

Under-eight MVPs (Thursday)

Peak Fitness — Nicholas Dobush and Logan Harris

Budget Rental Car — Kate Landers and Devon Seaman, honourable mention to Tayler Mitchell from the School of Hard Knox.

Soccer Tots top kickers (Thursday)

Best kickers for Tim Hortons were Georgia Musil for lots of team spirit and Damon Kanary MVP.

Men’s Commercial

Golf League

Matco Transportation took first place with a win over the Chain Gang at the Mountainview Course.

Other full winners were Missing Links, Yukon Tire Mechanical, Roadhouse Bar & Grill, Northerm, Airline Inn and Irving Collision.

The format this week was regular Stroke Play. Next week will use the individual match play.

Point standings as of Thursday, June 1st:

1st Matco Transporation, 21

2nd P&M Recycling, 20

3rd Low Net, 19

4th Missing Links, 19

5th Emco Foreskins, 19

6th Yukon Tire

Mechanical, 18

7th Roadhouse

Bar & Grill, 17

8th Northerm, 16

9th The Chain Gang, 15

10th Feature Foods, 14

11th Airline Inn, 14

12th Irving Collision, 12

13th Whitehorse

Business Machines, 12

14th Norline Coaches, 12

15th Olson Construction, 10

16th NuWay Crushing, 10

17th Totaltrac Yukon, 9

18th Northwestel, 9

19th Mackay & Partners, 8

20th Shoppers Drug, 8

21st Triple “J” Services, 8

22nd Kal Tire, 8

23rd Talmark/Sit Easy, 8

24th Macdonald & Co, 8

25th Casa Loma Motel, 6

26th RoadHouse

Offsales Relics, 4

27th Skookum Asphalt, 0

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