Penticton Men’s Soccer League results

The second week of Penticton men’s soccer saw three well fought games.

Double D Tours FC edged Beercelona FC 3-2. Ben Chau netted two while Daniel Alleyn sunk one for for Double D. Adam Vallis and Jan Lamarche on a PK scored for Beercelona.

Sunrunners FC managed to tally eight goals against Kondolas’ three. Neil MacDonald, the injured Sunnrunners captain, felt the score line didn’t reflect Kondolas fine play.

“Kondolas has one of the best teams we’ve seen them have in many years,” asserted MacDonald. “They’re going to do pretty good with all the young guys they have.”

Mauricio Cepeda scored four goals for the Sunrunners with a total of seven goals in the last two games.

The third game featured the young Summerland Gunners FC winning 2-1 against Oliver FC. Oliver was stymied by steller goaltending, several posts and crossbars until Tyler Machial rattled a penalty kick under the Gunners goalie.

On May 16 at 7:45 p.m., Double D FC takes on Oliver FC, Kondolas faces Summerland, and Beercelona battles Sunrunners. All games at Kings Park.

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