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Roller ride over for Team B.C.

Team B.C.'s quest for a State Wars roller hockey championship ended Friday in Chicago.

Team B.C.'s quest for a State Wars roller hockey championship ended Friday in Chicago.

The Under-16 all-star club -- which featured Prince George players Clark Scott, Jordan Carstairs and Tyson Young -- lost 5-2 to North Carolina in a quarterfinal playoff game.

"We had tons of scoring chances and we just couldn't score," said Team B.C. coach Wes Scott, also from Prince George. "(The North Carolina goaltender) was just spectacular -- he stood on his head from start to finish."

Clark Scott had one of the Team B.C. goals.

Team B.C. also lost to North Carolina earlier Friday, 5-3. That game was the last one of preliminary play for both clubs. Carstairs fired two goals in the contest and finished with a tournament-leading 10.

Team B.C. completed the massive event -- considered the U.S. championships -- with a 2-2-1 record and ended up fifth in the triple-A division. "Historically, this team has been a double-A team," Wes Scott said. "(We played) way beyond our expectations."