Captain Alex Grieve and the Westside Warriors will face Merritt for two BCHL game this weekend.

Warriors see Cents for two

The Westside Warriors look to continue a solid December as they battle the Merritt Centennials this weekend in a BCHL home-and-away set.

On Friday, the Interior Conference foes face off at Royal LePage Place, then will head to Merritt for a rematch at Nicola Valley Arena on Saturday.

The Warriors, who have earned points in all four of their games this month, after coming off a 4-2 home ice win over Quesnel on Tuesday night.

Slow out of the gates, Westside scored all four of its goals in the third period to overcome an early 1-0 deficit.

Grayson Downing, Stefan Nicholishen, Matt Cronin and Brett Mulcahy scored for the Warriors, now 18-10-2-3.

Cole Holowenko made 28 stops in goal for his best effort since joining the club last month.

The Warriors expect defenceman Michael King to return to the lineup for this weekend’s action. King was in Manitoba this week for the CJHL Prospects Game.

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