Vancouver medals for Gabor and Pasloski

The Whitehorse Glacier Bears brought home three trophies from the Hyack Festival Invitational Long Course Swim Meet in Vancouver last weekend.

The Whitehorse Glacier Bears brought home three trophies from the Hyack Festival Invitational Long Course Swim Meet in Vancouver last weekend.

Alexandra Gabor captured the high-point sprint as well the distance freestyle trophies, while Bronwyn Pasloski scored the most points overall in the female 13-14 age group.

Pasloski set a meet record in the 50-metre breaststroke, while Gabor did the same in the 100-metre freestyle.

The 14 Whitehorse swimmers combined efforts to finish ninth of 20 teams.

Other participants included teams from throughout BC, Calgary, Washington and Oregon.

In the process, 15 Glacier Bear club records were set, bringing the total number of club records for the 2005-06 season to 125.

Pasloski came first in the 50 breast, second in the 50 free, 100 and 200 breast, and the 200 IM, fourth in the 400 free, sixth in the 50, 100 and 200 back and eighth in the 50 fly.

Gabor finished first in the 50, 100, 200, 400 and 800 free, second in the 1,500 free, third in the 100 fly and fifth in the 50 fly.

Gabor will compete in Baltimore, Maryland early in June in an elite age group and senior meet.

At the end of June a number of swimmers will travel to Vancouver for the Lower Mainland Regional AA Championships.

Other results for last weekend include:

Female 15-17, Erin O’Connor, 4th — 50 breast

Male 15-17, Tanner Cassidy, 2nd — 800 free; Geoffrey Thompson, 3rd — 800 free

Male 18 and over, Spencer Edelman, 3rd — 100 back, 3rd — 100 fly

Whitehorse

Minor Soccer

Under-16 (Tuesday)

Norline 7

Pepsi 6

Nick Fabbro-Swizdaryk and Josh Hanrath both netted hat tricks for Norline as they slipped past Pepsi in this close one.

Tanner Coyne’s single put the icing on the cake.

Tyler Pumphrey’s three goals and singles from Heidi Loos, Dayna Thompson and Ethan Struthers-Lavoie.

The MVP for Norline was Sara Fabbro-Swizdaryk and the MVP for Pepsi was Michael Donohoe.

Qualita 6

Audette Construction 0

Alexander Johnston, Anya Zimmerman, Stephen Dynes, Nathan Wallance and Lowell Johnston scored for Qualita. MVPs were Blayne Herlihy for Qualita and Marissa Perreault for Audette.

 Quarton & Sutherland 3

Colad Laser Esthetics 3

Q&S recorded its first win of the season in a close game, thanks to a pair of goals from MVP Jeremy Johnson and another from Kayla Wilks.

Graedon Ferguson scored both of Colad’s goals. Chantal Emond was Colad’s player of the game.

Under-12 (Wednesday)

Dana Naye Ventures 8

BMO Bank of Montreal 4

Dana Naye doubled up on BMO with three goals from Adam Torgerson, a pair each from Kurtis Hills and Josh Hanson, and one from Garrett Heynen. Caleb Steele Lane was Dana Naye’s top player.

Dylan Sands scored three for BMO, and Matthew Pollard added one. MVP was Emily Oettli. 

 

Wal-Mart 3

Rodan Air Maintenance 2

Wal- Mart’s scorers were Charlie Kedziora, James Tlen and Eric Bookless. Claire Lindsey took MVP honours.

Thomas Scoffin and Jordon Lind scored for Rodan, and Anatole Tuzlak was named top player.

Under-11 (Wednesday)

Kluane Mechanical 2

A-1 Auto Body 1

After several narrow defeats Kluane Mechanical finally came out with its first win of the season in a hotly contested affair with A1 Auto Body.

Kluane opened the scoring when Matthew Smith nailed the ball into the corner of the net.

Trevor Whynot evaded opposition tacklers to add the winner. MVP for Kluane is Rylan Bechtel for his outstanding hustle.

Scoring for A-1 Auto Body was Gage Preece and the MVP was Matt McCarday.

Under-10 (Wednesday)

M&A Yukon 3

Boston Pizza 0

Mike Bennett scored a pair, leading M&A as they shut out Boston Pizza. Rowan Evans scored one, and was named MVP.

Chase Hobbis was MVP for Boston Pizza.

Alkan Air 7

EVF Fuelwood 5

Alkan Goal Scorers:

Jared Steinback’s four goals and Alidas Jamnicky’s hat trick allowed Alkan to squeeze by EVF in this high-scoring match. Noah Kitchen was named Alkan’s top player.

David Grave had three goals for EVF, and Liam Webster and Nicola Lazeo-Fairman added singles. Grave was also named EVF’s top player.

Under-eight MVPs (Tuesday)

 Aon Reed Stenhouse — Lauren Dieckmann and Quinn Pierce for great defence

Tailer Construction — Parker Olson and Hayley Bekar

Northern Denture Clinic — Isaac Allen and Kathlyn Horte

Budget Rental Car — Ben McClelland for fancy footwork and Hannah Pater

Under-six MVPs (Wednesday)

Local YO 17 — Jordyn Cowan

Kal Tire — Lara Herry Saint-Onge

Pristine Auto — Simon Kishchuk and Breanna Stagg

WHTV — Hannah Korn and Angus Clarke

Soccer Tots Top Kickers (Wednesday)

High Country Inn — Logan Morris

Kilrich Industries — Declan Keeler

Duffy’s Pets — Jonathan Parker

DHL Express — Avery Foster-Lavoie

Super A — Victoria Edwards

Underhill Geomatics — Katherina Wirth

Dairy Queen — Gabriel Nadon

Yukon Registered Nurses — Clodagh Berg

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