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Huskies seal up Sparta with series sweep

Sparta's Taylor Jordan and Huskies' TK clash behind the Sparta net. The Huskies take on the Kelowna Sparta in Senior AA exhibition game action at the Takhini Arena on Saturday, Feb. 20, 2017. Photo by Marissa Tiel

The Whitehorse Huskies will be heading into the Coy Cup tournament on a high note. The Huskies, which host B.C.’s Senior AA tournament at the end of March, logged more game time on home ice with a quick dispatch of the Kelowna Sparta 5-3 and 4-2, Friday and Saturday nights at the Takhini?Arena.

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Whitehorse cadets qualify for national competition

Cyril Angulalik (right) and Colin Tilley take part in the Northern Territorial Cadet Biathlon Championships at Grey Mountain in Whitehorse on Feb. 12, 2017. Photo by Marissa Tiel

Not even a sprained ankle could keep Aurora Krause from competing last weekend. The 14-year-old from 551 Whitehorse Lions Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron skied and shot her way to a spot on Team North with a win and a bronze at last weekend’s Northern Territorial Cadet Biathlon Championships, held at the Grey Mountain Biathlon […]

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Marsh Lake Ski Loppet


Growing up in Canmore, January always signalled the start of loppet season – those long-distance cross-country ski races. Turns out, it’s not so different here in the Yukon! Loppets were some of my favourite races, even if the mass starts could be a little intimidating: double-poling with a few dozen of your closest competitors and […]

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Tacky tourists take over Whitehorse Curling Club for women’s bonspiel

Sheri Lynne Lintick, Leilah Cross, Tammy Sehn and Kym Sheppard take part in the Whitehorse Curling Club's Tack Tourist Women's bonspiel on Sat. Jan. 28, 2017.

The women at the Whitehorse Curling Club sure know how to have a fun time. Their theme at this year’s ladies bonspiel was “Tacky Tourist.” Did they do it justice?

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Team Solberg punches ticket to Brier

Team Solberg competes in the Men's Yukon Curling Championships to win a berth to the Briers.

It was down to the very last rock to decide the winning rink at the Yukon men’s curling championships last weekend. A botched shot late in the 10th end opened the window for Team Solberg to secure the win and the Yukon entry to this year’s Tim Hortons Brier, to be held in St. John’s, […]

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Studer claims sixth Carbon Hill title

Mandy Johnson takes part in the Carbon Hill race at Mt. Lorne Community Centre on Jan. 15, 2017.

On the eve of the Carbon Hill race day, Katherine Scheck was trying to give herself a competitive edge. The skijorer waxed her skis and used her secret tool to finish off the job. At 11 a.m., Sunday morning she stood in the start chute at the Mount Lorne Community Centre with her team of […]

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