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Sistas stir up league victory

OTC/Sunterra Custom Home Sistas toppled the Mix 5-1 Thursday night in Vernon Women’s Division 2 Soccer League play.

Kim Sylvester and Carmen Kinniburgh had huge nights for the Sistas, each recording two goals and an assist.

Kinniburgh scored the eventual game-winner from Sylvester and Andrea Zubot.

Deanna Baker was the benefactor of some smooth passing from Kinniburgh and Michelle Mulholland.

Diane Neudorf played excellent in net for the Sistas.

Green Rockets dominate Centerline

The Green Rockets blanked the Centerline Attack 5-0.

Ashley Smith scored a pair in the shutout. Leah Hildebrandt, Paige Rachwalski and Leah Willinger all had a goal in the victory.

Rachel Cross turned away everything in sight, registering the shutout while Lindsay Smith and Natalie Forster also had strong games.

Centerline’s purple squad was anchored by their fearless leader Kris Ponto (who took her turn in net along with Azra Cawley and Tessa Derksen). Strong games were also recorded by Shyla Ladd, Mandy Norwood, Peggy Schepp and Jody Townshend.

Brew-Crew victorious

The Brew-Crew edged the Chickkicker 1-0 in a soggy game. Sarah Nelson scored the lone goal.

Chickkicker played a hard-fought game without any subs.

Silver Stars pick up road win

The Vernon Silver Stars shutdown Kelowna 1-0 Thursday night at the Mission Sports Complex in Okanagan Men’s 50+ Soccer League play.

Ralph Segretto scored on a scramble in the 70th minute. Midfielder Nigel Clack earned the title of Longhorn Man of the Match for his efforts.

Dave Gould’s shutout extended the Silver Stars unbeaten streak at the start of the year to 2-0-1.

Kal Tire,  Lake Country draw

Vernon Kal Tire battled Lake Country to a 1-1 tie at a rainy Marshall Field #3 Thursday night in other men’s 50+ league play.

Striker Kevin Mitchell intercepted a kick by Laker keeper George Heiss 35 yards out, then lofted it over Heiss in the 20th minute.

Lake Country equalized on a broken play when Steve Cox drilled a high shot from 18 yards past keeper Pete (The Heat) Richter midway through the second half.

Burger King Man of the Match for Kal Tire (1-1-1) was tireless defender Ted Sheehan, who came up huge with a blocked shot late.

 

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