Versatile Kinvig’s hat trick stalls Motors

Whitehorse Minor Soccer Under-13 (Thursday) Versatile Rentals 8 Whitehorse Motors 2 Ben Kinvig led the scoring for Versatile Rentals with three…

Whitehorse Minor Soccer

Under-13 (Thursday)

Versatile Rentals 8

Whitehorse Motors 2

Ben Kinvig led the scoring for Versatile Rentals with three big goals. Adding to the damage were Simon Paish and Adrian Hawkings, with a pair each, while Taylor Barr kicked in a single. Kendra Murray took MVP honours.

Whitehorse Motors’ goals came off the feet of Helen Hestrom-Langford and Caleb Kelly, while Julian Harvey was named top player.

Irving Collision 6

Intersport 1

Robin Smith scored a pair for Irving Collision, as it trounced Intersport. Stephanie Pike, Riley Simpson-Fowler, Chris Vance and Kyle Bowers rounded out the scoring for Irving, and Tyson Baxter was the player of the game.

Intersport’s lone goal came from Theoren Richards, and the MVP was Matt Freeman.

New West Technologies 5

ReMax 5

Scorers and MVPs not available.

Under-12 (Wednesday)

Bumper to Bumper 7

Rodan Air 2

Bumper to Bumper had some hot goal scorers on Wednesday against a hapless Rodan team. Tyler Wiens led the way with three goals, while both Brayden Kulych and MVP Brandon Langenhan scored two.

Rodan’s scorers were Territ White and Michael Hare. The MVP was Jamie Pope.

Under-10 (Wednesday)

Great Northern Oil 2

Fire-Trol Canada 1

Tanner Borsa scored two for the Great Northern Oil, while Dylan Armstrong was

Named player of the game.

Kyle Wallace added the one for Fire-Trol with Sarah Kearney taking MVP honours.

Soccer Tots MVPs (Thursday)

Tim Hortons — Felix Maltais, Aaron Rich, Cameron Bushell, Brandon Petelski, and Damon Kanary.

Whitehorse Coed


Standings as of Friday:

(W-L-T, points)

Division 1

1st Whitehorse Dental,

5-0-1, 9

2nd CYFN Chiefs, 3-3-0, 6

3rd AFD Trappers, 3-3-0, 6

4th King Construction,

3-3-0, 6

5th Sam & Andy’s, 3-3-0, 6

6th Len’s Painting, 3-2-1, 5

7th Kal Tire, 0-6-0, 0

Division 2

1st Territorial Auto Parts,

4-2-0, 8

2nd Chilkoot Brewers,

3-2-1, 7

3rd Roadhouse, 3-3-0, 6

4th Co-Operaiders, 3-3-0, 6

5th Whitco, 3-3-0, 6

6th Sportslodge, 2-3-1, 5

7th Roche Firth Financial,

2-4-0, 4

Division 3

1st Discovery Bar Brew

Jays, 7-1-0, 14

2nd Catalyst

Communications, 7-0-0, 12

3rd Faro Flaming, 6-1-0, 12

4th Air Cargo Express,

5-2-0, 10

5th Senior Games Team,

4-4-0, 8

6th AFAB Roofing, 4-3-0, 8

7th Geronimo’s Elks,

3-5-0, 6

8th Coke, 3-5-0, 6

9th Emco Eliminators,

2-5-0, 4

10th Yukon Inn, 2-6-0, 4

11th Cash Plan, 2-5-0, 4

12th The Zoo, 2-5-0, 2

13th 202/Wild, 1-6-0, 2

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