Chick Kickers stifle Attack

OMG Chick Kickers shut down Centerline Attack 2-0 in North Okanagan Women’s Soccer Association Division 2 play Thursday at Marshall #4.

The OMG Chick Kickers shut down Centerline Attack 2-0 in North Okanagan Women’s Soccer Association Division 2 play Thursday night at Marshall #4.

Ashley Smith and Lisa Knaupf supplied goals for the 7-6 Kickers. Ashley Smith and Erica August shared the shutout.

Kris Ponto and Azra Cawley shared goalkeeping duties for the 2-10-2 Attack. The Kickers are 7-6.

Terrific games for Centreline were turned in by central midfielders Natalie Lussin and Monika Jate, while striker Shyla Ladd sizzled with several chances.

Cassandra Otto buried the late winner as Sunterra Custom Homes Sistas clipped the Green Rockets 4-3 in Division 2 play Thursday night at Marshall #2.

Tania Wirachowsky and Nicole Williams set up the play with some quick passing.

Midfielder Kim Sylvester started things off for the 12-1-1 Sistas with a great shot over the keeper after a sweet cross from Williams.

Williams then had a successful crack at goal after a solid pass from Deanna Baker.

In the second half, Baker had a shot off the Green keeper and into the net. Suzyn August played brilliantly in net throughout the game.

Casi Stanley, Leah Willinger and Natalie Forster scored for the 9-6-1 Rockets in support of Rachel Cross.

Meanwhile, the Silver Stars edged Summerland Rockets 5-4 in men’s 50+ action Thursday night at Mission 71 Park in Kelowna.

John Matejicka scored three times and Mahmoud Abdelkader once to lead the Stars, whose defender Boris Pasieka took the La Senza Man of the Match.

Penticton United doubled Vernon Kal Tire 8-4 in men’s 50+ action Thursday night at Constable Neil Bruce Field in West Kelowna.

Glenn Bergen pulled the hat trick for Penticton, who got two goals apiece from Ken Sommerfelt and Andy Burt and a single from Ron Harris.

Tom Ouchi, with a deuce, Denis Chabot and Kevin Mitchell replied for Kal Tire (13-5). Midfielder Bob Fleming, who ran miles and fed Ouchi for a gorgeous 25-yard, top-shelf tally, earned the Okanagan Landing Lawn & Garden Man of the Match.