Summary of weekend senior soccer

A week of highs and lows came to a close on a victory for the Lake Country Soccer Club in Okanagan Senior soccer action.

A week of highs and lows came to a close on a victory for the Lake Country Soccer Club in Okanagan Senior soccer action.

The LCSC Woodys Pub team moved into a ftheth place tie after defeating Subcity/Executive Furniture 3-1 in the Kelowna Mens Soccer League First Division.

Struggles continued for the LCSC Athletics in the Second Division as they dropped a 5-2 decision to Gunners FC.

Division 3A action saw the Old Milwaukees fall 4-2 to the Rented Mules but the LCSC United squad prevailed 2-1 over Seca Marine Kickers in Division 3B.

In Oldtimers action, the LCSC Variform team was taught a 6-1 footballing lesson in the Over 35 League by Pinnacles FC Masters Monday night.

The Over 45 team saved face by upsetting the Vernon Camels 2-0. Keeper Todd Ryder was the man of the match and goals by Duane Mueller and Neil McNeil secured the victory for the club.

Women’s Soccer

The ladies teams shared mixed results as the Viper Lightning dropped a 4-0 decision to Victorious Secret in the Kelowna Womens Soccer League.

However, the Gray Monk Lakers ground out a 1-0 win in the Over 30 Division over Forever Kicking Sunday night. Sheri Rothwell made the lone goal in the contest.

For more information, like the Lake Country Soccer Club on Facebook at www.facebook.com/LakeCountrySoccer or follow on Twitter at @LakeCountrySC.

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