The South Kamloops Titans senior boys soccer team played its way into an Okanagan semifinal after beating the Kelowna-Rutland Voodoos 3-2 in penalty kicks at Hillside Stadium on Tuesday afternoon.
The Titans are scheduled to head to Salmon Arm to play the Golds in a semifinal on Thursday.
South Kam’s Dawson Freeze opened the scoring in the first 10 minutes, but Rutland tied it before the half ended. The Voodoos took a lead near the beginning of the second half, and looked to put the game out of reach, but Titans goalkeeper Kiel Witt stopped a pair of point-blank chances to keep his side within striking distance.
Jordan Sullivan finally scored the equalizer for South Kam with 15 minutes to go.
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The TRU WolfPack women’s soccer team, which is preparing for a Pacific West Athletic Association quarterfinal game, has moved up a spot in the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association rankings.
TRU played to a pair of 1-1 road draws on the weekend, and moved up a spot to 11th in the country. The WolfPack is scheduled to play the Quest Kermodes, who are ranked No. 15 in Canada, in a PacWest quarterfinal in Kelowna on Friday.
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Sports Briefs: Titans top Voodoos to get into semifinal