NEBC Bantam Trackers win home opener


FORT ST. JOHN, BC – The NEBC Bantam Trackers wrapped up their regular season home opener with a win last night at the Pomeroy Sports Center.

The team defeated the Grande Prairie Higson Dental Storm 6-1.

Goaltender Dysen Loewen not only stopped 22 of 23 shots, but also assisted on a goal scored by Brady Dietz.

The Trackers took to the ice at 6:45 p.m. Saturday in Prince George to face the North Central Bobcats in an exhibition game.

The Trackers’ next regular season game is Nov. 4 at home against Storm Provincial Rentals of Grande Prairie.

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