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Chiefs even first round KIJHL playoff series at 2-2 with Summerland

After dropping the first two games of its Kootenay International Junior Hockey League series at home, the Kelowna Chiefs have bounced back with two road wins in Summerland to tie their series at two games apiece.

The Chiefs scored a 4-1 win Tuesday night in Summerland as Marshall Sidwell scored a goal and an assist for the Chiefs, who also won 6-1 on Monday night.

Jagger Bowles, Braeden Hikichi and Jordan Salahor also scored for the Chiefs on Tuesday night.

The first round series now shifts back to Rutland Arena for game five Wednesday night. Game six is Saturday in Summerland and if needed, game seven is Sunday in Kelowna.

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