1990s-2000s: A Sport for All Ages

The Northwestel Team, winners of the 1996 “C” Division in the Dustball Tournament. Courtesy of Leo Chasse

The Northwestel Team, winners of the 1996 “C” Division in the Dustball
Tournament.
Courtesy of Leo Chasse

Leo Chasse hitting at the 1996 Master’s Nationals in White Rock. Courtesy of Leo Chasse

Leo Chasse hitting at the 1996 Master’s Nationals in White Rock.
Courtesy of Leo Chasse

Team Yukon at the 50+ Men’s Slowpitch National Championships, which were held in Whitehorse in 2000. Back Row (L to R): Doug Elliott, Barry Mole, Herman Kluthie, Sten Linde. Middle Row: Gord Zealand, Ralph Mastangelo, Al Fozard, Eric Hahloff, Gary Scherr, Barry Davidson, Brad Taylor. Front Row: Frank King, George Arcand, Doug Graham, Les Luciak, Howard Frotten, Bob Atkinson, Mike Pounde. Courtesy of Softball Yukon

Team Yukon at the 50+ Men’s Slowpitch National Championships, which were held in Whitehorse in 2000.
Back Row (L to R): Doug Elliott, Barry Mole, Herman Kluthie, Sten Linde. Middle Row: Gord Zealand, Ralph
Mastangelo, Al Fozard, Eric Hahloff, Gary Scherr, Barry Davidson, Brad Taylor. Front Row: Frank King, George
Arcand, Doug Graham, Les Luciak, Howard Frotten, Bob Atkinson, Mike Pounde.
Courtesy of Softball Yukon

Whitehorse Minor Softball Grows

Since 1994, Yukon kids of all ages have had their chance to swing a bat in the Minor Softball league. Each year hundreds of children learn valuable skills in teamwork and fair play while improving their fitness and their eye-hand coordination on Whitehorse’s softball fields.

Courtesy of Softball Yukon

Courtesy of Softball Yukon

Courtesy of Softball Yukon

Courtesy of Softball Yukon

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