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The N.E. B.C. and Yukon Trackers were in Dawson Creek this weekend hosting the Fort McMurray Barons. The Trackers dropped the first game between the clubs on Saturday 2-1, but salvaged the two game set with a 3-1 win on Sunday.

In Saturday’s contest it was the Barons opening the scoring in the second period, and they took a two goal lead at the 11:54 mark of the third. The Trackers closed the gap to one with just over seven minutes remaining but they would get no closer.

The team’s lone goal was scored by Robert Young.

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Yesterday the Trackers got off to a much better start as they opened the scoring in the first and built a 2-0 lead before the opening 20 was in the books. The Barons got to within a goal with just under three minutes left in regulation but the Trackers deposited an empty netter to round out the scoring with less than a minute to play.

Goals went to Geoffrey Dick, Dustin Bahm, and Teagan McMullen.

Their next game is scheduled for November 22 in Peace River.

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