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Kelowna Chiefs outscore Wranglers

February 08, 2014 - 9:30 AM

100 MILE HOUSE - A come from behind, overtime victory for the Kelowna Chiefs.

The Chiefs defeated the 100 Mile House Wranglers 5 – 4 on their first trip to South Cariboo Rec Center on Friday night.

After 20 minutes of play, Kelowna trailed 3 – 1 to the Wranglers.  Scoring the long goal in the first for the Chiefs was Jagger Bowles with 1:45 remaining.

In the second, Kevin Roth shortened the gap and the Chiefs trailed only 3 – 2 heading into the third period.

Kelowna tied things up in the third period, despite another goal by 100 Mile House.  Scoring for Kelowna was Dylan Jamieson and Jordan Salahor to force the overtime at 4 – 4.

And in the overtime period, Jagger Bowles netted his second of the night for the 5 – 4 victory.

This marks the fourth straight win for the Kelowna Chiefs as they continues they’re road trip with a stop in Kamloops.

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