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Fuel Flo goaltender Jony Bembridge makes sure there's no rebound for the oncoming Rankin Inlet forward to get to during playoff action of the First Air Rec Hockey Tournament at the Multiplex on Sunday. - James McCarthy/NNSL photo
The kids reign supreme
Polar United Club claims top title at First Air Rec Hockey Tournament

Who says youth can't get it done over experience? The Polar United Club proved it can be done as the group of graduated hockey youngsters took the A division crown of the First Air Rec Hockey Tournament at the Multiplex on Sunday.
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Sports briefs
James McCarthy | Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Junior Super Soccer kicks off

SOMBA K'E/YELLOWKNIFE - With Adult Super Soccer now done, it's time for the school version of the event to hit the floor.
Diavik Junior Super Soccer starts tomorrow and it will be a full house at the Fieldhouse, Weledeh and St. Patrick's Gymnasiums.
Yellowknife will be represented by Mildred Hall, Range Lake North, St. Joe's, Weledeh, Allain St. Cyr and William McDonald. K'alemi Dene School from Ndilo is also entered and several others are coming from around the North, including Iqaluit, Rankin Inlet and Kugluktuk from Nunavut and Aklavik, Inuvik, Fort McPherson and Behchoko.
The finals for all six divisions of play will be held on Sunday.

Climbing to the top

SOMBA K'E/YELLOWKNIFE - The Yellowknife Climbing Club will be hosting the Yellowknife Bouldering Competition May 10 at the club's facility in Kam Lake.
It's open to anyone who wishes to enter and there will be two divisions youth for those under 18 and a male/female adult competition.
Entries are open and those who enter are eligible to win a trip for two from Air North. Entry forms are available at the club's website.

Cup update

SOMBA K'E/YELLOWKNIFE - The Stan Lee's Cup competition is still ongoing and it will continue this Friday as the peewees take part in the 4-on-4 event at the Yk Arena.
The bantam final is all set as Toronto and Calgary advanced to the final after the April 16 round-robin, as the tournament uses Canadian-based NHL teams.
The finals for all four divisions will be held this Monday and it will be the final event for the Yk Minor Hockey Association this season.
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