A total of 13 teams will be hoping to shoot the lights out across Whitehorse this weekend in the fourth annual Lights Out Yukon Invitational Basketball Tournament that kicked off Thursday evening.
Two Yukoners had the chance to play in a top prospects game also providing them a chance to play against each other.
The Yukon Hockey Championships kicked off Friday to Sunday with the atom division tournament featuring nine teams from across the territory.
Yukon soccer players are on the national radar thanks to the Vancouver Whitecaps FC youth soccer academy
- Condo units will start at $369,500 (17)
- Crown, family had opposed open custody (16)
- Pot sale’s limit to Marwell draws objection (11)
- Test lane helped buses adhere to schedules (10)
- Quarry bid didn’t get a full airing: proponent (7)
- Stop-work order issued for Mah’s Point 2 site (7)
- Parents left in lurch with daycare’s sudden closure (5)
- Dedicated transit lane deemed a success as experiment ends (5)
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January 19, 2018
- Potter’s magic evens tie in Rapids soccer YukonInfo.com were on a hiding to nothing when they lined up against Tony’s Pizza,
January 17, 2018
- Ski team looking to send 22 strong to AWG Cross Country Yukon is hoping to send a large contingent of 22 athletes to the Arctic Winter Games following their trial races on a wacky weather weekend.
January 16, 2018
- Wet conditions don’t dampen Carbon Hill Race The Dog Powered Sports Association of the Yukon (DPSAY) has been fighting with Mother Nature early in their season
January 15, 2018
- Team Scoffin wins five straight en route to Brier Name the curling event and Thomas Scoffin has probably represented the Yukon in it.
January 12, 2018
- Beatty’s dream to come true in Olympic debut Three Whitehorse cross-country skiers are poised to put on the red maple leaf and represent Canada at the upcoming Olympic Games in South Korea – two for the first time.
- Newly-formed team to represent the Yukon in Scotties For the first time ever,
January 11, 2018
- Midget development team working for AWG What started as a way to give young athletes a chance to keep playing hockey as they reached the midget age has modified into a weekly program with the goal of preparing for the Arctic Winter Games in March.
- Yukon Brewing starting to click in Rapids action Yukon Brewing won back to back games for the first time this season in a 5-3 win over Tony’s Pizza in Whitehorse Rapids Over-35 soccer action.
- Grade 7 b-ball takes over Games Centre More than 120 eager and energetic young athletes found a way to stay out of the cold Wednesday