Trackers earn three of a possible four points in weekend games

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The N.E. B.C. and Yukon Trackers were on the road for games on Saturday and Sunday. They were victorious over the Fort Saskatchewan Rangers 8-1, and battled to a 2-2 draw with the Parkland Athletic Club Saints respectively.

The Trackers dominated the Rangers after going up 2-0 in the first period. They’d add three goals each in the second and third to lead 8-0 before the Rangers got a late goal to conslude the scoring.

Scoring for the Trackers were Teagan McMullen, Kaine Comin (3), Cody Sands, Dustin Bahm, and Geoffrey Dick (2).

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In Sunday’s game against the Saints it appeared as though the Trackers were going to come away with a loss trailing 2-0. With just under five minutes left in the third they closed the gap to one, and with 22 seconds remaining wound up tying the game.

The goal scorers for the team were Robert Young and Gary Loewen.

Next on the Trackers schedule is two games in Dawson Creek as they’ll take on Fort McMurray on the 14th and 15th.

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