Tuesday Night League
Roche Financial 19
Sweeps all around in this match up, as Roche’s JF Roldan, Kyle Marchuk and Chris Ziegler beat Ketza’s Jim Gilpin, William Papenfus and Jodi Tuton, respectively — all in straight sets.
Phil Jackson had Ketza’s only win, sweeping Eric Marcoux in three.
Yukon Brewing 19
Kenji Tatsumi led the Brewers with a straight-sets win over Terri Cairns. Jon Kremer and Blaine Tessier needed four sets each to beat Eric Magnuson and Al Hammond, while Chris Toleman had Assante’s only win, over Lori Muir in straight sets.
Pizza Hut 14
In an evenly split affair, with two wins for each team, Pizza Hut’s Shaun Stinson swept Gord Starko, and Steve Fecteau took a default win over Lars Johansson.
Kilrich’s winners were Richard Meredith and Peter Mather, who beat Michel Gelinas and Cam Grandy, both in straight sets.
Standings after three rounds:
1st Yukon Brewing, 49
2nd Kilrich, 47
3rd Pizza Hut, 40
4th MEADIAsolutions, 39
5th Ketza, 36
6th Roche Financial, 31
7th Assante, 24
Boston Pizza/Yukon Rad 12
Whitehorse Mustangs 5
Derek Johnstone led the BP squad with an eight-point night (four goals, four assists) as they tamed the Mustangs. Lance Brown and Bryan Curial added two goals and three assists each, and Trevor Twardochleb, Dean Mastrangelo, Dave Pearson and Nelson Turnbull scored as well.
The Mustangs’ scorers were Daniel Cletheroe, Glen Skookum, Zack Moses, Tanner Kulych and Nicholas Swizdaryk.
Air North Jets 11
Cinderwood Canucks 5
Wesley Marsh netted four goals for the Jets as they thumped the Canucks — Matt Horsey added three goals, and Ryan Kinney, Nigel Cripps, Shawn Kolak and Tim McIntosh scored as well.
Cinderwood’s scorers were Jerry Wald, with two goals, and Kirk Gale, with three.
Table tennis, anyone?
Yukon’s Ping-Pong cabal is on the hunt for youthful competitors with table tennis glory in their blood. Sunday, Table Tennis Yukon will host a Squad Identification Tournament, to suss out any local talent for the 2008 Arctic Winter Games in Yellowknife, NWT.
“We’re hoping to get some people out that might not have thought they could do it,” said Yukon coach Kevin Murphy, who’s looking for a diamond in the rough.
The Arctic Games team is four boys, four girls, in two age groups. Juniors must be born in 1990 or later, and juveniles must be born in 1993 or later.
Murphy said there are some strong players competing for spots on the team, especially in the junior division, but the juvenile division is in need of some fresh talent. “We’d like a bigger group of athletes to draw from,” he added.
Team Yukon table tennis is planning to attend the Richmond Open in early February, to warm up for the AWG in March.
After that, Murphy said the team will set its sights on the Western Canadian Open in Vancouver in May, and the National Championships in Halifax in July.
“We’re also looking ahead to the 2011 Canada Winter Games … it’s not that far off, really,” said Murphy.
The Squad Identification Tournament starts at noon, Sunday at Whitehorse Elementary School. Table Tennis Yukon members can enter for $5, non-members for $10.
For more information call Dave Stockdale at 668-3358 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Copper Haul Twister
Due to a lack of snow, the first race of the Yukon Brewing Copper Haul Twister League, scheduled for Saturday, November 17, has pushed back a week, to November 24.
Race organizer Jonathan Lucas said the trail needs at least five more centimetres of snow to be safe for racing.
Meet time for next Saturday’s race is 9:00 a.m. at Icy Waters Ltd. on Kilometre 4.2 Fish Lake Road.
Surf to www.copperhaultwister.blogspot.com for the latest updates.
Qualita Cleaners 7
Kluane Mechanical 4
Travis Pumphrey’s hat trick led the Cleaners to a solid win over Kluane, Jeremy Linvill and Owen Hedstrom-Langford scored two each, and Francis Belanger took the MVP nod.
Garet Heynen and Adam Torgerson scored two each for the Mechanical, and Simon Geoffrey was named MVP.
Mic Mac Toyota 7
Mic Mac’s Charlie Kedzoira netted three goals, and Travis Banks and Christina Anderson scored two goals each. Caleb Steele-Lane took the MVP honours.
ReMax’s scorers were Michael Bennet, Jordan Lindsay, with a pair, and Gina Charlie. Cassidy Griffis was named player of the game.
fundraiser brings in
Warren Miller Film
Warren Miller’s 58th annual feature movie Playground, is set to run tonight at the Yukon Arts Centre at 7:30 p.m. Playground showcases stunning destinations from Sweden to Canada, Alaska to Japan, and the most unlikely winter sports destination, a resort found directly within the Arabian Desert called Ski Dubai.
Olympic Gold Medalist, skiing innovator and pop icon, Jonny Moseley, adds a new title to his resume as he serves as the film’s narrator.
Come check out this ski movie, have a great evening and help raise funds for our local playground — Mount Sima!
Medicine Chest 3
AON Flames 2
Scoring for Medicine Chest were Dave Bakica, Ken Vickerman and Roger Lockwood. Jim Giczi and Bill Bohmer scored for the Flames.
Performance Centre Turbos 5
Yukon Inn 4
Rick Blaker led the Turbos with a pair of goals, and Grant Lyons, Paul Sahagian and Gord Campbell scored as well.
Brian Boorse scored two for Yukon Inn, and Gord Kuchler and Dave White added goals as well.