NEBC Yukon Midget Trackers earn silver at 26th Annual Tim Jardine Showcase

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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Northeast B.C. Yukon Midget Trackers were down in Delta over the weekend, November 8 to the 11, for the 26th Annual Tim Jardine Showcase.

The 16-team tournament featured eight teams battling in two divisions.

In game one, on Friday afternoon, the Trackers took on the Okanagan Central Rockets and managed to win 5-2 over the Rockets.

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Then in game two, on Friday night, the Trackers faced the North Shore Winter Club. During this game, the Trackers were quick to take the lead and won with a strong final score of 7-1 over North Shore.

On Saturday, for their third game, the Trackers went on to play Ridge Meadows Rustlers. This game was a bit closer in the score, with the Trackers managing to win 5-3 against the Rustlers. This win would secure the Trackers in a spot for the quarter-finals.

In the quarter-finals, the Trackers would face the Wenatchee Warriors where they were able to cream the Warriors, moving on to the semi-finals with a win of 9-0.

In the semi-finals on Sunday, the Trackers would once again face the Ridge Meadows Rustlers. The Trackers managed to beat the Rustlers 6-1, moving on the Monday finals.

In the finals, the Trackers faced the Okanagan North Zone. Despite battling hard, the Trackers fell short 2-1 to Okanagan, winning silver in the Tim Jardine Showcase.

Up next, the Trackers will be home on Saturday, November 16, as they host the Leduc Roughnecks. Puck drop is 2:00 p.m. at the North Peace Arena.

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