NEBC Yukon Trackers fall to Sturgeon Sting on Saturday

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MORINVILLE, A.B. – The Northeast B.C. Yukon Midget Trackers were in Morinville on Saturday as they took on the Sturgeon Sting.

At 9:53 into the game, in a power play, Logan Kimmie would score a goal with assists by Chase London and Tyler Turner making the score 1-0 over the Sting.

Then with 6:05 left in the frame, the Sting would score a goal, tying the game at one apiece.

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At 9:42 into the second frame, the Sting would score a goal, breaking the tie, making the score 2-1.

Then with 8:20 left in the frame, Chase London would score the Trackers second goal with a feed from Kurtis Lee and Tyler Turner, tying the score at two apiece.

Another Trackers goal would come at 7:27 remaining, as Nick Loewen made an unassisted goal making the score 3-2.

At 4:07 into period three, the Sting would score a goal on the Trackers making the score tied at three apiece.

Another goal from the Sting would follow at 8:39 remaining in the frame, making the score 4-3 over the Trackers.

Then with 1:53 remaining, the Sting would score another goal making the score 5-3.

With 25.8 seconds left in the game, Logan Kimmie would make his second goal of the game with an assist by Kurtis Lee making the final score 5-4 behind the Sting.

Up next, the Trackers are in Edmonton today, Sunday, as they take on the Maple Leaf Athletic Club in Edmonton. Game time is 1:30 p.m. at the Confederation Arena.

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