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Bantam Trackers remain perfect

15-0 after three-straight road wins; two games to go before Christmas break
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The bantam Trackers are back home after winning all three games on a road swing through the Edmonton-area to improve to 15-0 on the season.

The NEBC Bantam Trackers are back home with three more wins under their belts – the team in the Edmonton-area this past weekend.

They opened with a 2-0 shutout Friday over Strathcona County.

Goals were from Carson Batchelor and Damon Clay, while Dysen Loewen earned the goose egg.

Dylan Stanley scored the game winner in the third period Saturday as the Trackers got by Camrose 3-2.

Other markers came from Carson Arberry and Chase Wiens.

And, Nicholas Gordon scored twice and Chase Wiens added two helpers in Sunday’s 6-4 victory over Beaumont.

Quinten Loney, Dylan Stanley, Brady Dietz, and Damon Clay rounded out the scoring.

The three road wins gives the U-15 squad a perfect 15-0 record on the season and the best start in the league.

They’re on the road in Peace River Friday night and Grande Prairie Sunday afternoon for their final two games before the Christmas break.

The midget Trackers, meantime, make their own trip to Edmonton this coming weekend with games Friday, Saturday and Sunday in St. Albert, Fort Saskatchewan, and against Edmonton’s Maple Leaf Athletic Club.

They were idle this past weekend.

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