Warriors player Jetlan Houcher is foiled on a chance against Trail in a 4-3 OT loss.

Trail Gets Double OT Victory over West Kelowna

Warriors coach says it wasn't a full 60 minute effort in 4-3 double overtime loss to Trail

  • Dec. 15, 2012 12:00 p.m.

The West Kelowna Warriors dropped a 4-3 double overtime decision to Trail on Friday night in West Kelowna.

Seb Lloyd, Brent Lashuk and Jetlan Houcher scored for the Warriors, who battled back from three one-goal deficits to force overtime and gain a point.

“I don’t think we played a full 60 minutes here tonight,” said Warriors head coach Rylan Ferster.

West Kelowna is 12-8-2-7 and in third place in the BCHL Interior Conference with its next game coming next weekend against Salmon Arm.

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