Vautour nets four as Narrow Gauge trounces Dynamics

Whitehorse Recreational Hockey League Narrow Gauge Contracting 11 Environmental Dynamics 2 Alex Vautour led Narrow Gauge with four goals, and…

Whitehorse Recreational Hockey League

Narrow Gauge

Contracting 11

Environmental Dynamics 2

Alex Vautour led Narrow Gauge with four goals, and Hector Lang and Kris Kostelnik both added pairs. Adrian Bergman scored one and assisted on five more, while Phillip Harry had four assists. Milo Jordan and Dan MacDonald added singles.

Brian Douglas and Andy Connors scored for the Dynamics.

Alwarid & Associates 8

Game7 Sports 5

Mike Fraser and Marcel Berreault scored two goals each for A&A. Tyson Hawkins, Brad Holm, Taylor Love and Roger Floyd added singles, while Blayne Monahan recorded three assists.

Dan Crawford and Jordan Halloway both had two goals for Game7, and Jordan Johnston added the single.

Indoor soccer

Coed league (Sunday)

Morris and Brown 9

Yukon Brewing 7

For the law firm, Heather Connell, Heather Alton, and Lindsay Agar hit the net once each, while Adil Khalik, Simon Villemure, and Greg Cooper scored twice.

 For the brewers, Simon Pulido, Billy Bromell, and Mitch Miyagawa got two goals apiece, while newcomer Tommy Aird got one. Kim Paradis made some awesome saves in the net.

MicMac Toyota 14

Bocelli’s Pizzeria 5

Hugh Boyle led MicMac’s scoring drive, netting three goals. Handsome Dan Olynyk, Robert Bousquet, Michael Gau, and Matt (no last name) all added two goals, and Johnny Mak, Skye Newnham and Jeff Gutsell added singles.

For Boccelli’s, Geordo Matechuk netted a pair, and Charlie McLeod, Amy Knowles and Andie Jurak scored as well.

Assante 10

Sanchez 9

Marshall Hatton and Carlie MacKay scored two each for Assante as it squeaked by Sanchez.

Sanchez’ scoring was led by Fletcher Smith, who scored the hat trick.

Other scorers weren’t reported.

Intersport 5

Pearson Dental 5

Mike Pare and Ashraf Mahmoud scored two each for Intersport in this draw. Geoff Zapaniuk added the fifth goal.

Pearson’s Greg Guttman booted in a pair, and Jan Langford, Elena Cruickshank, and Leilah Cross scored one each.


Minor Hockey

Peewee (Sunday)

Powerade 5

Yukon Office Supply 4

Ben Pereira led Powerade with a pair of goals, Chelsea Goodman; Kurt Spenner and Brandon Langenham added singles. Youge Blackburn was named top player.

Austin Turner-Davis led Yukon Office Supply with two goals and an assist. Chris Fisher scored one and added an assist, and Bradley Koprosky, Gina Charlie and Tyler Wiens helped out as well. Gage Aird took MVP honours.

Novice (Sunday)

Pizza Hut 2

Yukon Appliance/Elks 2

Trenton Dupont and Jake Wykes scored for Pizza Hut, with Dupont and Cole Wykes assisting. Mathew Cooper was named top player.

Ryan Edwards and Jeramy Gagne scored for The Elks, while Victoria Edwards took the MVP nod.

Wal-Mart 3

Klondike Motors 2

Keenan Livingston netted a pair for Wal Mart, earning the MVP for his team. Ben McClelland added the third goal, and Jacob Wyres and Mathew Butler assisted.

Caleb Marsh and Kaine Comin scored for Klondike, assisted by Tyler Egglestone. Comin also took MVP honours.

Whitehorse Oldtimers Hockey

Sunday results:

Kilrich 4

Edgewater Hotel 2

Tim Vincent led the scoring for Kilrich with two goals. Stu Mackay and Wade Harrison scored as well, and Al Koehl and Paul Lackowicz added assists.

Sean McAskie and Pete McPeake scored goals for Edgewater.

Firth Rangers 7

Klondyke Dental Molars 7

Adam Green’s hat trick led the scoring for the Rangers, and Dave Borud, Ted Hupe, Gord Campbell and Paul Sahagian scored as well.

Scoring for the Molars were Laurie Malo, Gerry Rivest, Jim Baker, Rob Twa, Brian Alp, Terry Jackson and Bernie Heffner.


Thursday night league

The Electrical Shop 20

Northern Lights

Optometry 11

Shari MacIntosh led the Electrical Shop, sweeping Monica Gibson in straight sets. Tracy Pittman beat Northern Lights’ Mark Beese in four sets, and David Buckler beat Tara Matechuk in five.

John Kramer was the only Northern Lights’ player to win a match, beating Chris Ziegler in four sets.

Well-Read Books 15

Navigo Broadband 14

This was a close meet, with each team taking two of the four matches. Well-Read’s Ronnie-Sue Steinhagen beat Navigo’s Lisa Gudbranson in three sets, while Mark Dyer beat Zoe Walker in five sets.

Navigo’s winners were Shauna Tompkins, who beat Kapri Martin in straight sets, and Jeff Wright, who needed five sets to beat Benoit Brouillard.

Sterling Insurance 16

Whitehorse Travel 15

Another evenly split contest, with two wins for each team. Sterling’s Trevor Gorety beat Lara Lewis in five sets, and Shari Thompson swept Keltie Hollingdale in three.

The Travel’s Ashley Labar beat Amberley Wolfe in four sets, and Patti Flather won in four as well, over Beth Ellis.

Standings after two weeks:

1st Navigo Broadband, 33

2nd Whitehorse Travel, 33

3rd Well-Read Books, 29

4th Sterling Insurance, 28

5th Northern Lights Optometry, 21

6th The Electrical Shop, 20

7th Kumon Learning, 15