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      Under 9  (Tuesday) Mobile Maintenance 6 Surgical Incisions 2 Mobile’s Mackenzie and Alex cut into the…

      Under 9


Mobile Maintenance 6

Surgical Incisions 2

Mobile’s Mackenzie and Alex cut into the opponents’ defence by scoring two goals each, while Liam and Quin added their single markers. No last names were provided.

Devon scored both goals for the losing side.

Mic Mac Toyota 4

Dirkbuild Contracting 3

Riley Smoler led the car crew to victory with his hat trick, while Kelcy Armstrong added a goal. Tristan Rentmeister, Graydo McDonnell and Logan Harris scored for Dirkbuilt.

Dave’s Cleaning 4

Peak Fitness 4

Ben McClelland and Jack Blisner shared the scoring for Dave’s Cleaning with two goals each. Scorers for Peak were Jamie McLeish, Ryan Edwards, Levi Johnson and Alexis Gee.

White Pass 3

Taylor Construction 1

Caleb Marsh, Spencer Lessard and  Andrew Brandt provided the offence for the train gang, while Alex Vanderkley scored for Taylor.

Under 13


Qualita 8

Kal Tire 0

Travis Pumphrey took the air out of Kal Tire’s defence with his four goals. Brayden Kulych, Kieran Small, Eric Bookless and James Boyle each scored one.

High Calibre Contracting 4

Woodhouse Business Consulting 3

Mary Bennet kicked in a pair for the winning side with single markers coming from Michael Hare and Felix Bouchard.

Max Melvin-McNutt, Kiana Palamar and Adrian Blythe scored for Woodhouse.

Alpine Bakery 6

Bumper to Bumper 3

It was a team effort for Alpine’s win with Dylan Sands, Brandon Langenhan, Rayne Schwinghammer, Rowan Huggard, Brandon Gullison and Sabrina Clark scoring. Curtis Hills netted a pair, while Jesse Cebuliuk scored once for the losing side.

Under 15


Audette Construction 7

Energy North 6

Tyler Audette helped himself to a hat trick for Audette. Henry Kedziora popped in a pair and Linea Eby scored once. Jonathon Quarton scored the winning goal.

Dakota Couch found the back of the net three times for Energy North. Ben Kinvig, Mac Potter and Kyle Bowers added to the score.

Under 10


Wintemute Electric 4

Henry Gulch 0

Sam Wintemute, Howard Coyne, Brendan Irish and Michael Asp scored in this shutout.

Coates Services 5


Etienne Geoffrey and Kyle Jacobs each contributed two goals, while Manuel Kennedy Kuiper scored once. The lone scorer for the initials team was Cheyenne Spenner.

Tim Hortons 3

Physio Plus 1

Josh Larouche, Gavin Young and Odessa Beatty scored for the donut crew, while Hanna Milner netted one for the losing side.

Norcope 5

Medicine Chest 0

Hanna Atmanspacher-Wirth opened the scoring, while Chris Torgerson followed with his hat trick. Elijah Ens scored once.

Under 11


Kopper King 3

Canaccord Capital 1

Alidas Jamnicy scored twice and Jarret Malchow booted in a single marker. Chase Hobbis scored for Canaccord.

Sportslife 5

Zip Transport 5

Tanner Borsa was the star for Sportslife with his four goals. Brendan Gendron rounded the score. Zip’s Samantha Burgis and Andrew Scoffin each netted a pair with a single marker scored by Will Rees.

Boston Pizza 5

Aurora Geosciences 2

Jared Steinbach flattened his opponents with his track. Jono Runions and Ryan Chippet added to the tally. Kyle Lowes and Jordan King scored for Aurora.

Clearview Auto Glass 7

The Deli 2

In this lopsided game Roan Evan-Ehricht performed a hat trick. Wyatt Gale added a pair, while Kirsten Smith and Bohdi Elias each netted single markers. Kaitlyn Mitchell scored both goals for The Deli.

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