The Midget Trackers were on the road last weekend for two games, against the PAC Saints on December 7, and to MLAC Beverley on December 8. After going 10-1-1 on the season prior to the road trip, the Trackers tied the Saints 3-3, and lost 4-3 to Beverly, only gaining one point on the road trip.
The Trackers were behind all game against the Saints, but battled back to take a point from the fifth-place BESA Division team. The Trackers outshot the Saints 51-26, with goals by Thomas Loewen (2) and Kurtis Lee.
On Sunday, the Trackers battled back from a 4-1 deficit, but couldn't get the fourth and tying goal against Beverly. Mason Gosling had two goals, with Lee adding another.
The Trackers (10-2-2) slipped to second in the Milltech Group Division, one point behind the Peace River Royals (11-4-1), but with two games in hand.
This week is the Annual Trackers Salvation Army Food Bank Game on Friday, December 13 at 12 p.m. at the North Peace Arena. They will host the GPAC Storm, who are in third place in the division, one point behind the Trackers. Entry to the game is a donation to the food bank.
On Sunday, December 15, the Trackers will host the Royals at 1:45 p.m. in a game between the division's top teams.
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