Trackers fall to Roughnecks 5-2

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The first period was a struggle for the Trackers. The Roughnecks scored three goals in the frame to lead 3-0 after 20 minutes.

The Trackers were able to find the back of the net as the second period was winding down, but before that the Roughnecks had deposited another two goals as the score was 5-1 heading into the final period. The Trackers would add another goal in the third period to round out the scoring.

Scoring in order for the Trackers were Layne Hunter, and Ricky Bateman. Both goals were unassisted.

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Tavis Veins got the start for the Trackers. He allowed three goals on 18 shots before he was replaced by Logan Edwards. Edwards stopped 24 of 26 shots in relief.

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