Sena Bishop (right) of the Controllers and Suzyn August of the Okanagan Season Sistas race for a loose ball in women’s Master Division soccer action Tuesday night at Marshall Field #3.

Sena Bishop (right) of the Controllers and Suzyn August of the Okanagan Season Sistas race for a loose ball in women’s Master Division soccer action Tuesday night at Marshall Field #3.

Squires stuff Kaos to finish at 21-0-1

One team was head and shoulders above the rest this summer in the North Okanagan Women’s Soccer Association Masters Division.

One team was head and shoulders above the rest this summer in the North Okanagan Women’s Soccer Association Masters Division.

The Dr. Lee/Squires Four Pub, coached by Akbal Mund, moved up from Division 1 and dominated, finishing 21-0-1.

The floss crew capped off their dream campaign with a 9-1 dusting of the Shuswap Kaos Tuesday night at MacDonald Park.

Jacquie Hansen registered four goals to win the scoring derby with 43, while Sarah Green was Planet Clean Lady of the Match with a goal and three helpers. Jill Rintoul and Lori Shippy supplied singles. The Kaos wrapped up their season at 6-15-1.

Rosters finish on high note

It was a tough season for the Rosters, but they ended it with back-to-back wins. The Rosters edged the Shuswap Merlot 2-1 at MacDonald Park.

Becky McLennan scored the opener from Marianne Defoor for the 3-18-1 Rosters. Felicia Musa recorded the winner and Amanda Smiley saved her best performance in net for the finale.

The Merlot finished the year 8-12-2.

Sistas and Controllers play even

The Okanagan Season Sistas and the Controllers battled to a 2-2 draw at Marshall Field #3.

Wendy Nadeau made the stops for the Sistas (7-12-3), while super sniper Diane Neudorf opened the scoring thanks to a gorgeous through ball from Tammy Buick.

Genevieve Nice added another for the green team on a marelous free kick.

The Controllers put a bow on their season, finishing 9-10-3.

Kickers blank VQA

The Chick Kickers silenced the Vernon Square Liquor Store VQA 3-0 at Marshall Field #1.

VQA came out strong and determined in the first half, and for the better part of 45 minutes, out-played the Kickers.

After the Kickers held off VQA in some scrambles, Michelle Johnson delivered a shot from deep on the left side that looked like a cross but found the back of the net.

In the second half, the Chickers regain their usual composure and issued loads of great passes and through balls.

Kelly Challen was calm and cool in burying a pass-like shot and then Jen Kemper added further insurance with a beauty.

The Kickers recorded several quality shots on net, most notably a well-timed rocket from Mel Jacobs that arched just over the crossbar before it dropped.

Carla Gibson relieved Sue Barss in net for VQA (8-12-2) and did a great job keeping the Kickers (17-4-1) in check despite a few defensive lapses.

Blazers burn Outlaws

The AF Blazers shut out the Little Tex Outlaws 5-0 in Division 1 action at MacDonald Park.

Hailey Woon sniped a pair for the Blazers (8-8-2), while Jenny Hatten, Shantell Hayhurst and Shleby Price supplied singles.

The Outlaws conclude their season at 2-12-4.

Celtics fall 2-1 to Glenn Power

The North Enderby Timber ended their season at Blackburn Park in Salmon Arm by falling 2-1 to powerhouse Glenn Power.

The Shuswap girls (16-0-1) started the scoring near 25 minutes with a low, blistering shot bottom corner.

The Celtics (3-10-5) levelled the score when Samantha Adam took a high, long shot from 35 yards that duped the keeper.

Glenn Power had a full bench with several subs while the Celtics had no subs. Glenn Power finished the scoring after a rocket was saved by standout keeper Charmaine Biagioni before a forward pounced on the rebound.

The Celtics kept pressuring for the equalizer, enjoying a few chances in the final minutes.  Graham Ross and Brent Poulsen coached the Celtics.

The Division 2 season ended Thursday.