Turn-Key Controls kept pace with front-running North Enderby Timber in North Okanagan Soccer League play Wednesday.
Turn-Key fell behind early but rallied for a 4-2 win over the Revelstoke Stallions in a game play at Blackburn Park in Salmon Arm.
The win moved Turn-Key to 13-1-2, three points back of NET, who improved to 14-1-2 with a 6-0 win in Salmon Arm over the Outlaws.
Down 1-0 at the half, Turn-Key continued to keep the ball on the ground and move it through central midfielders Fabrice Fanfani and Oben Tabe, who would share Nolan’s Pharmasave Man of the Match efforts.
Fanfani tied the game early in the second half with a left-foot volley off a scramble in the box.
Revelstoke would jump out in front again 2-1 with another breakaway goal before Tabe would even up the game after beating multiple defenders on top of the 18 and spinning away for a low finish to the bottom left corner.
Sam Nolan would put the Controllers up for good with a run from central defence again beating the goaltender from just outside the 18-yard box.
Youngster Lendrit Ademi would continue his torrid summer scoring streak after taking a long ball to the corner from Taylor Horsting and beating the Revelstoke defender and goaltender to put the game away for good.
The Stallions are 6-8-1.
At Salmon Arm Savings and Credit Union Little Mountain Park, North Enderby Timber ran its unbeaten streak to 14, shutting the door on the Outlaws.
Brent Poulsen supplied four goals with Lucas Ross and Chris Ovens adding singles.
For Ross, it was his last game with the Timber before heading off to play university soccer in P.E.I. He scored the opener with a top corner header off a Poulsen corner kick.
Ovens, fresh off an airplane from Germany, added some first half insurance with a similar goal getting low enough to head in the Poulsen corner kick.
Adam Marwood, Andrew Stein and Ross helped set up three of Poulsen’s four markers on the night.
Jared Townsend earned the clean sheet.
The Outlaws fell to 1-12-3.
At Marshall Field, Salmon Arm Courvas scored the winner with seven minutes remaining to edge Monashee Surveying 4-3.
The winning goal came with the homeside reduced to nine players for the final 15 minutes, following the ejection of two Monashee players for picking up double yellow cards in the match.
Brandon Ashworth, Dustin Boreen and Brett Korberg, with a strike from midfield on the kickoff after a Courvas goal, catching the Salmon Arm keeper off his line, scored for the surveyors (3-12-2).
Courvas remains in third place at 8-5-3.
n NET finished second and Turn-Key finished third in the High Rec division of the 16-team Vernon Co-Ed Soccer Tournament at Marshall Field.
Penticton took first place in the division.