Williams Lake Bantam Rep team takes on the Central Zone Rockets on rink two at the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex Sunday morning.

Hockey action and tournaments today

The 2017 Midget Tournament is well underway, with the bronze medal game coming up shortly

There is an abundance of hockey action in Williams Lake today with the 2017 Midget Tournament wrapping up after three days of play.

With ten teams from Williams Lake, 100 Mile, Kamloops, Smithers and Vernon going head to head on the ice, the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex is busy with fans and family out to cheer their players on.

The bronze medal game gets underway at 11:30 a.m. with the gold medal game to follow shortly after at 1:30 p.m.

While the midget league takes over on rink one, there’s even more hockey action happening on rink two where the Williams Lake Bantam Rep team is currently playing the Central Zone Rockets. There’s still time to get down to the arena and cheer your local teams on for this hockey-filled weekend.

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