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The Trackers got things started early as they opened the scoring just over two minutes into the first period. They would add another marker with just under seven minutes left in the first and led 2-0 after the opening 20 minutes.

Things continued to go the Trackers way in the second. The first half of the period was quiet, but they would add another two goals before time expired to lead 4-0 after the second.

With the game well in hand the Trackers would add a final goal with 11:16 left in the third to round out the scoring and take the 5-0 win.

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Scoring in order for the Trackers were Wes Shipton, Kohlman Brinsky, Ryan Friesen, Ethan Buck, and Alex Hanson.

Getting the win in goal was Logan Edwards as he stopped all 22 shots he faced for the shutout.

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