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Turn-Key Controls grounded Auto Quest Nation of Domination 3-1 in North Okanagan Soccer League play

Turn-Key Controls brushed back Auto Quest Nation of Domination 3-1 in North Okanagan Soccer League play Wednesday night in Salmon Arm.

Adam McCaffrey converted first for Vernon (4th, 9-7) after a fray in front. Mees Geelkerken then finished a sweet free kick cross from Gregg Douma for the 2-0 margin. Auto Quest (third, 9-6-1) capitalized on a turnover .

In the second half, Turn-Key turned up the heat both ways and Elias Jepsen swiped an errant pass and connected.

Second-place Monashee Surveyors and the Revelstoke Stallions ran to a 1-1 draw in Salmon Arm.

Chris Swinburn scored for the Surveyors (13-4-1).

Alex Farina pulled the hat trick as Peters Tirecraft dispatched the Outlaws 5-1 in Salmon Arm.

Mike Conlin and Andrew Kaz also scored for Tirecraft (5-11-1). The Outlaws are 2-13.

North Enderby Timber, who had the bye, lead the NOSL at 13-1-2, one point ahead of Monashee. The Timber take on Revelstoke in their final game, in Salmon Arm.

The Gibson Cup playoffs start Saturday, Aug. 27. The final goes under the lights Wednesday, Aug. 30 at the Greater Vernon Athletics Park.

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