The NEBC Midget Trackers added two more games to the win column last weekend with a 5-2 decision on Saturday against Peace River and a 7-0 shutout against GPAC Storm on Sunday.

Interim head coach Brendan Loewen was pleased with the team’s performance.

“I struggled a bit with (two) slower teams, but I think overall the boys put in a good effort,” Loewen said, on a somewhat soft weekend- bitter. “We have a few 17-year-olds who played their last regular season games at home in the minor hockey system.

During the month of February, the Trackers have won five games, tied twice and lost only once.

They sit atop the Milltech Group division with a 20-4-5 record and end their 32-game schedule with three games in three days this weekend in the Edmonton area.

They will also compete at the BC Midget Tier 1 Provincial Championships in Cloverdale, Surrey later this month.

The Bantam Trackers, meanwhile, wrapped up their regular season Friday night with a 2-2 draw against Grande Prairie.

Much like the Midget Trackers, the U-15 team finished first in their division, finishing the season with 23 wins, 5 losses and 4 draws.

The Fort St. John Peewee Flyers Under-13 wrap up their regular season this weekend with a home game Saturday against Peace River (3:30 p.m., Pomeroy Sport Center) and a road game Sunday at Grande Prairie.

Last weekend, the Flyers were .500 with a 5-2 win Sunday and a 2-1 loss Saturday to the Wolverines at Whitecourt.

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