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The N.E. B.C. and Yukon Trackers have won four of their last six games following a 4-2 win over Peace River yesterday. The win pulled the team to within a point of first place in their division with two games in hand.

The Trackers led the Royals 2-1 after the first and the teams traded a goal each in the middle frame. Over the final 20 minutes they added one more to round out the scoring.

Goal scorers for the Trackers were Geoffrey Dick (2), Teagan McMullen, and Robert Young.

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Next on the team’s schedule is a game December 4th in Dawson Creek against the Whitecourt Wolverines.

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