Titan, Assante take Toonie Tournament gold

News Reporter Indoor Soccer Titan Gaming beat its rivals from the Mosi Oa Tunya Montessori squad to claim top spot at this weekend’s indoor…

News Reporter

Indoor Soccer

Titan Gaming beat its rivals from the Mosi Oa Tunya Montessori squad to claim top spot at this weekend’s indoor soccer Toonie Tournament, in the Under-nine division. Physio Plus took the bronze medal with a win over Murraya Dental.

In the Under-11 division Assante Financial took gold over Tim Hortons, with Trygg Jensen leading the offensive charge. Kal Tire took the bronze with a win over Sportslife.

Under-18 (Thursday)

Dave’s Cleaning Services 9

Pristine Auto Care 6

Dave’s Devon Armstrong led the charge with four goals, David Hemmings netted a pair and Michael Hemmings, Thomas McWhinnie and Jessica Williams scored as well. Thorin Loeks was named MVP.

Pristine’s Ben Liang netted three, Devon Blanchard scored a pair, and Joaquin McWatters added one, while the MVP went to goalie John Borud.

Under-13 (Wednesday)

Whitehorse Star 12

Qualita Cleaners 6

Jesse Cebuliak led the Star with four goals, and Matthew Smith and Graham Mainer-Pearson both netted hat tricks. Jeni Pierce booted in a goal as well, and the MVP was Ashley Leas.

For Qualita Cleaners, Trenton Pumphrey scored four, Owen Hedstrom-Langford and Travis Pumphrey added singles. 


Oldtimers Hockey

Sunday results:

Kilrich 4

Klondyke Dental Molars 1

Tim Turner-Davis led the scoring for Kilrich with a pair, while Laurie Malo and Ted Hupe scored as well.

Scoring the Molars only goal was Ross Phillips, assisted by Dave Ecker and Adam Green.

Performance Centre Turbos 8

Yukon Inn 2

The Turbos were running at full throttle with Grant Lyon and Gord Campbell scoring two goals each. Dennis Connelly, Paul Lackowicz, Peter Grundmanis and Lance Bevilacqua scored as well. Bob Candow recorded three assists.

Scoring for the Inn were Bernie Adilman and Grant Redfern, with Brian Boorse setting up both goals.

Women’s Basketball League

Sunday results:

A.W.G. Girls (Airport Chalet) 45

Takhini Gas 43

Noria Deacon led the Arctic Games’ squad with 15 points, while Sarah Crane led Takhini Gas with 20 points.

Feature Foods 43

Kopper Kweens 38

Annette Krause shot 12 points for Feature Foods, and Annette King had nine. For the Kopper Kweens, Megan Fraser led with 10, and Alcina Banks had nine.

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