Vernon Vipers forward TJ Dumounceaux opens the scoring Saturday night at Kal Tire Place with a breakaway marker on Trail goalie Brett Clark during the Vipers' 5-2 BCHL victory.

Vernon Vipers forward TJ Dumounceaux opens the scoring Saturday night at Kal Tire Place with a breakaway marker on Trail goalie Brett Clark during the Vipers' 5-2 BCHL victory.

Vipers extend BCHL win streak to four

TJ Dumonceaux and Luke Voltin each scored twice to lift Vernon to a 5-2 win over the visiting Trail Smoke Eaters Saturday

TJ Dumonceaux and Luke Voltin each scored twice, and goalie Jarrod Schamerhorn made 25 saves as the Vernon Vipers won their fourth B.C. Hockey League game in a row Saturday night, stopping the Trail Smoke Eaters 5-2 in front of 1,700 fans at Kal Tire Place.

Liam Coughlin had the other goal for the Vipers who never trailed Saturday, enjoying period leads of 1-0 and 4-1.

Vernon outshot Trail 32-27 on the night.

Vernon Minor Hockey product Harlan Orr had both goals for the Smoke Eaters.

See game highlights and comments in Wednesday’s Morning Star.