Bad Tattoo Brewery Masters Indoor Soccer

Scores from last weekend's Penticton Masters Indoor Soccer

Harvey-Lister-Webb: 10

Goalscorers: Darren Schimpf (4), Mike Beliveau (3), Eduardo Cacace, Gord McLaren and Tony Dias.

Rona:4 Venna Veselka, Don Russell, Dave Crompton and Joe Kandola.

 

TC Auto Sales:11: Norman Peters (5), Mike Weckel (3) and Jon Padgett (3)

Penticton Lock and Key: 2; Paul Borba and Peter Ruocco.

TC Auto Sales ended the season with 12 wins, five losses and one shootout win to take first. In second was Harvey-Lister-Webb with nine wins, eight losses and one shootout loss. Rona finished 8-8-1-1 and Penticton Lock and Key was 4-12-1-1.

Zico Pescada of Rona won the scoring crown with 43 goals and 93 points in 18 games. Mike Beliveau of Harvey-Lister-Webb, was the next closest scorer with 32 goals and 68 points in 17 games.

 

 

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