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April 11, 2019
- Oldtimers playoff action Medicine Chest and Tim Hortons stayed alive in Whitehorse Oldtimers playoff hockey action Wednesday night at the Canada Games Centre, but EDI and Yukon Inn had their seasons end.
- Over 35s soccer regular season ends, playoffs begin Yukon Brewing may have taken the league title but they hit the ground with a bump on Saturday,
- Three skiers honoured with Olympic Trail sign A crowd gathered in the Whitehorse Cross Country Ski Club on Wednesday evening as Emily Nishikawa, Knute Johnsgaard, and Graham Nishikawa were honoured with a new sign on the Olympic Trail for their participation in the 2018 PyeongChang Olympic and Paralympic games.
April 10, 2019
- The birdie flew for Yukon badminton championships The birdie went flying quickly through the air as the Yukon Badminton Association - 2019 Open Championships got underway at Takhini Elementary School on the weekend.
- Whitehorse 2020 AWG signs MOU with First Nations On April 6, the International Day of Sport and Development and Peace (IDSDP),
April 9, 2019
- Moser wins female athlete of the year award Yukon biathlete Nadia Moser was named the Female Athlete of the Year during the 2019 Biathlon Canada Awards on April 1.
- Volleyball team's prepare for their Outside trips The gym at Porter Creek Secondary School was divided into three courts for the 2019 Pepsi Volleyball Yukon Indoor Championships and the volleyball action did not stop until the champions were named on Saturday.
April 8, 2019
- Oldtimers playoff hockey action continues Two teams remain in the ‘A’ bracket and two teams are looking toward golf season after Whitehorse Oldtimers hockey action Sunday at the Canada Games Centre.
- Slush Cup caps off Simapalooza festivities Mount Sima had its annual Simapalooza over the weekend.
April 5, 2019
- Oldtimers Hockey playoffs round-up The first round of the Whitehorse Oldtimers Hockey League playoffs began this week with four teams winning their opening games.
- Yukon Selects earn futsal medals in Saskatchewan The Yukon Selects Football and Futsal Club sent three teams to the Prairie Futsal Tournament Championships in Saskatoon over the weekend.
- New F.H. $1.3M weight lifting facility complete F.H. Collins Secondary School students will get to enjoy a new weight lifting and exercise facility which features competition grade equipment.
April 4, 2019
- Team effort takes Yukon Info to victory A massive team performance for the Orangeman took them past Klondike Business Solutions in a 6-3 win in the penultimate game in the over 35’s soccer league.
- Yukon Cup brings alpine skiers to the slopes Alpine skiers from the Yukon descended on Mount Sima on Saturday and Sunday to take to the slopes for the Yukon Cup, competing in Giant Slalom and Slalom.
- Beatty finishes season on a high note Whitehorse cross country skier Dahria Beatty ended her season on the weekend in Presque Isle, Maine.
April 3, 2019
- Three female hockey teams compete in Richmond The Yukon was well represented at the 22nd Annual Ice Hockey Classic Female Hockey Tournament in Richmond, B.C., this past weekend.