Trackers down Sting 4-2

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The N.E. B.C and Yukon Trackers welcomed the Sturgeon Sting to Fort St. John on Saturday. The Trackers won the game 4-2 and improved their record to 4-3-1.

The Trackers got off to a quick start and led 2-0 after 20 minutes. Sturgeon battled back to claw into the deficit, however N.E. B.C. restored their two goal lead 1:04 later. They’d take a 4-1 advantage heading into the third.

The Sting rounded out the scoring shortly after the midway point of the third.

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Scoring for the Trackers were Gary Loewen, Joel Bourgeois, Geoffrey Dick, and Robert Young.

The team currently sits in top spot in the Bear Slashing Division.

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