Trackers raise $3,150 for Adaura Cayford, sweep weekend series

The NEBC and Yukon Trackers held their cancer awareness and charity fundraiser game on October 19, playing the TRAC Wolverines from Whitecourt. The first-place Trackers won easily, 8-0, and raised $3,150.00 to donate to Adaura Cayford and her family, to help in their fight against cancer. 

Cayford arrived back in town on Saturday with enough time to catch the second half of the game and get her picture taken with the team and coaches. 

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On the ice, the Trackers won against the Wolverines on Sunday, October 20 as well by a score of 7-1, and improved their record to 6-0-1. Kurtis Lee had five assists over the weekend, while Chase London had three goals and two assists. 

The Trackers are now tied with the St. Albert Crusaders for the best record in the NAHL.

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