Infonews Newshounds Megan Prentice (white jersey right) and Tessa Coulthard battle in front of the net against NET Celtics Casey Benz (front) Janessa Neufeld and Jamie Dillion in a Division 1 soccer match Tuesday night at Marshall Field. The Newshounds won 7-0.

Infonews Newshounds Megan Prentice (white jersey right) and Tessa Coulthard battle in front of the net against NET Celtics Casey Benz (front) Janessa Neufeld and Jamie Dillion in a Division 1 soccer match Tuesday night at Marshall Field. The Newshounds won 7-0.

Newshounds soccer streak hits 10

Jenessa Moore and Tess Coulthard each recorded two goals Tuesday night at Marshall Field #2

The Infonews.ca Newshounds ambushed the North Enderby Timber Celtics 7-0 in North Okanagan Women’s Soccer Association  Division 1 play.

Jenessa Moore and Tess Coulthard each recorded two goals Tuesday night at Marshall Field #2 as the Hounds remained undefeated at 10-0, on the season.

The Newshounds exploded for five goals in 11 minutes, starting with Moore’s 30-yard corker at 18 minutes.

Maria Thorlakson connected two minutes later, assisted by Coulthard, and then Coulthard converted from Cayla Brown at 25 minutes.

The Hounds went up 5-0 when Kira Lee struck twice two minutes apart, assisted by Thorlakson and Moore.

Megan Prentice went top cheddar from 15 yards after a feed by Brown, at 63 minutes. Coulthard completed the attack at 71 minutes from Thorlakson. Katie Nickerson earned the clean sheet.

The Celtics fought hard, playing with 12 players and missing a few key regulars.

Keeper Katelyn Pouling made three huge breakaway saves and countless other big stops.

The Kicksters shut down the Blasters 2-0 at Marshall Field #4.

The Kicksters were outplayed for the opening 10 mintues and then picked up the pace with several scoring opportunities from strikers Abbey Hughes and Hannah Love before capitalizing on a through ball from centerback Tarah Smith. Erin Hickman added insurance in the second half with a chip-pass from Aryana Jacura. Julia Kemper earned the shutout.

In Masters Division play, the Courtesy Motor Sistas tied the Controllers 3-3 after some final-minute moves by Diane Neudorf.

The first Sistas’ goal came from a precise pass from Kyla Boyks to Neudorf’s feet and she finished over the keeper’s head, far right post at Marshall Field #5.

The second goal came from Boyks, who beat the goalie on the bottom corner, fed by Andy Zubot.

The last goal came seconds before the final whistle with a perfect flip over from Zubot to Neudorf who challenged the goalie to level the score.

Most Sportsmanlike Player went to Dennise Pigeau for her persistent checking and positive attitude.

Controller Jodi Peshko was stellar as centre mid, scoring in the first minute at the top of the 18, assisted by Tara Murray, who received a pass back from the corner by Mandy Frederick. Peshko drilled it low and to the left of the keeper, just inside the post.

Murray scored a few minutes later on a cross from Jacquie Nuyens.

Late in the first half, Nuyens headed a cross from Peshko which the Sistas keeper stopped but didn’t clear and Nuyens finished the rebound just outside the six.

Amy Shupe was relentless up front with lots of speed and maneuvers to beat Sistas’ defenders.

Midfielder Elena Sookarow had an outstanding game, controlling the right side of the field along with the support of defender Martina Allen.

Michele Wernicke filled in as keeper and directed play from her line.

Player of the Match went to Nuyens, who was a bull, using her speed and agility as left mid to move the ball up the side line, deking past defenders to create scoring opportunities, and hustling back to support her defence.

The Chick Kickers spotted the Shuswap Kaos an early goal before winning 7-1 at Marshall Field #4.

The powerful combination of forwards Jenny Garnett, Mel Jacobs and centre half Jen Kemper sparkled, combining for six first-half goals.

Dawn Ansdell was bold in the middle with a breakaway goal and one assist.

Marilyn VanderDeen scored her first of the year after moving to forward, with the assist coming from defensive-partner Wendy Magnus for the Chicks.

Player of the Match Crystal Bergman, with her first showing in more than a month, was a pillar of confidence in the midfield, making smart plays under pressure.

Support in the defence came from Sharon Storms and Joanne Lockhart. Keeper Robyn Sherwood was her steady self with booming kicks as she covered the angles.

VQA and Shuswap Merlot tied 1-1 in Salmon Arm.

It was the last game for Rita Tedesco who is moving to Revelstoke​.

Leah (Good Wood) Willinger and Teresa Collins were on fire up and down the field with great keeping by Sue Barss.

Jenny Hatten scored for VQA who had a back solid line with Karen Benn, Shelly Johnston and Vicki Ryan.