Alkan Air 4
The Deli 3
With less than a second left, Jared Steinbach won the game for Alkan with his second of the night. Alidas Jamnicky and Noah Kitchen scored as well, and Sky Levesque was named player of the game.
Craig Berube scored a pair for The Deli, and Kanoa Jones added one. Robert Charbonneau was The Deli’s MVP.
Quarton & Sutherland 5
Medicine Chest 4
Medicine Chest went up 2-0 early with goals from Grant McWatters and Samantha Macklon.
Q&S’s Jonathon Quarton and Callie Brown tied it up before halftime. MVP Rhiannon Jones and Jonathon Quarton gave Q&S the lead before the Chest’s Samantha Macklon and Aaron Holway tied it again.
Jeremy Johnson broke the deadlock, with the winning goal for Q&S. Savanna Marks was named MVP for spirited Medicine Chest goaltending.
Pine Plumbing 3
Montana Coburn, Courtney Grant, Tanner Coyne and Scott McWhinnie scored for Norline. Replying for Pine were Alex Lindsey, Zach Young and Will Stevely.
Norline’s MVP was Luke Eady while Terry Dyck was named Pine’s top player.
Audette Construction 3
Kopper King 3
Jessica Borgford, Sean Charbonneau and Cory Birckel scored for Audette while brothers John and Rob Borud replied for Kopper King. MVPs were Jessica Borgford for Audette and Sam Kumar for Kopper King.
New West Technologies 5
Whitehorse Motors 3
Steven Harlow and Jason Jack scored a pair each for New West, and Brad Gustafson added the fifth. Aaron Borgford took MVP honours.
Jack Lanigan, Jeremy Mann and Caley Kelly scored for Whitehorse Motors, and Brent Ens was named top player.
Lots of scoring in this one, with Intersport’s David Stephen netting the hat trick, and Theoren Richards, MVP Kurtis VanBibber and Trevor Hanna scoring two goals each.
ReMax’s Kyle Risby, Henry Kedziora and William Thompson all scored a pair, and Alex Ordonez added one. Steven Worthington took MVP honours.
Irving Collision 2
Versatile Rentals 0
Robin Smith and Riley Simpson-Fowler scored for Irving, and MVP was Puneet Toor
The MVP for Versatile Rentals was Jake Jacobs.
Dana Naye Ventures 3
RCMP Drug Awareness 3.
Always a great game between these two teams. Scorers for Dana were Kurtis Hills, Robyn Fortune and Ella Parker. Shayna Jordan was the top player.
For the Drug Awareness Team the scorers were Mary Bennett, with two, and Mike Bennett, with a single. Jessie Cebuliak was named MVP.
Locksmith Services 2
Gibson Person and Ava Kutson scored for Locksmith as they shut out Wal-Mart. Ava Knutson earned the MVP nod.
Wal-Mart’s top player was Kiana Palamar.
Under-six MVPs (Tuesday)
Northern Denture Clinic — Joshua Tarr, Christian Ouimet and Jerimie Adair
Tailer Construction — Parker Olson and Sydney Lockwood
Budget Rental Car — Malcolm Muir and Levi Johnson both had hat tricks
Perfect weather conditions greeted the city of Whitehorse’s 13th annual Corporate Volleyball Challenge on Wednesday. Games started at 5:30 p.m. at Rotary Peace Park with 17 local businesses and organizations demonstrating both their volleyball skills and tremendous enthusiasm.
Here are the final results:
1st Alain Desrochers’
Flying French Fries
2nd Bethany Church
3rd 2007 Canada
Winter Games’ Sanddiggers
Best Name: Y2C2 MOGWAR (Most Outstanding Government Worker at Rotary)
Most Enthusiasm: Home Hardware Hard Hitters
Forty runners and walkers competed in Tuesday’s race.
Here are the top finishers:
Male 5-kilometre run
1st Rodney Hulstein, 17:14
2nd Scott Westberg, 17:44
3rd Don White, 19:42
Female 5-kilometre run
1st Keltie Hollingdale, 22:14
2nd Megan Phillips, 23:27
3rd Coralie Ullyett, 25:38
Male 5-kilometre walk
1st Tom Ullyett, 32:59
2nd Rick Griffiths, 34:09
Female 5-kilometre walk
1st Arlene Ogden, 33:19
2nd Tanya Astika, 33:58
3rd Maggie Griffiths, 38:17
Male 2.5-kilometre run
1st Daniel Atlin, 09:50
2nd Owen Munroe, 09:57
3rd Kenny Atlin, 14:21
Female 2.5-kilometre run
1st Rachel Dawson, 17:10
Male 2.5-km walk
1st Lorne Whittaker22:42