Bantam T-wolves to head north for tourney

The Williams Lake Bantam Timberwolves are taking a 10-hour bus ride to Fort St. John this weekend for a six-team tournament.

The Williams Lake Bantam Timberwolves are taking a 10-hour bus ride to Fort St. John this weekend for a six-team tournament.

The T-wolves will open the tournament tonight, Nov. 29, against the SSAC Alberta Sportswear team from Edmonton, then play the host Fort St. John and the St. Albert Blues on Saturday.

Sunday’s playoff games will be determined by how Williams Lake does in its first three games.

The Bantam Timberwolves currently have 16 wins and four losses so far this year and are looking to build on a strong showing in their last tournament in Salmon Arm.

Full game stats will be available following the weekend at www.wlmha.ca or check a future Tribune/Advisor.

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