BCHL PLAYOFFS: Warriors up 2-1 with shutout from Jebson

Game four tonight

Warriors goalie Kevin Jebson.

Kevin Jebson stopped all 31 shots that he faced Monday night, leading the Westside Warriors to a 4-0 win over Trail and a 2-1 series lead in their first round BCHL playoff series.

Jebson, 20, was named second star in the game for his effort. First star was Tyler Krause who earned an assist and had an all around solid game.

Brendan Ellis scored twice including into an empty net while Grayson Downing and Alex Grieve also scored for the Warriors.

Game four in the series is tonight before the series shifts back to Westside for game five on Thursday night.

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