Trackers fall to Whitecourt 5-3

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The Wolverines opened the scoring just past the midway point of the first period. The score held at 1-0 entering the second despite the Trackers having a massive 22-6 advantage in shots.

The middle frame was back and forth throughout. The Trackers tied the game however that was short lived as Whitecourt went up two minutes after the tying goal. The game would again be tied with just over five minutes remaining, however the Wolverines were quick to respond again as they made the game 3-2 with 3:57 remaining in the second period.

Whitecourt went up by two 6:27 into the third period. The Trackers got the game to within one with just over a minute left in regulation, but the Wolverines put the game on ice with an empty netter to take the 5-3 win.

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Scoring for the Trackers were Nolan Lagace, and Mathew Apsassin (2).

The team will next be on the road for two games against Fort McMurray this weekend.

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