Complex packed with bantam hockey action

Complex packed with bantam hockey action
Complex packed with bantam hockey action
Complex packed with bantam hockey action
Complex packed with bantam hockey action
Complex packed with bantam hockey action
Complex packed with bantam hockey action
Complex packed with bantam hockey action
Beau Sanford of the Williams Lake Yellow Jackets moves the puck up ice during a playoff game with the Williams Lake Blue Riverkings Sunday morning.Beau Sanford of the Williams Lake Yellow Jackets moves the puck up ice during a playoff game with the Williams Lake Blue Riverkings Sunday morning.
Complex packed with bantam hockey action
The Williams Lake Blue RiverkingsThe Williams Lake Blue Riverkings
The Williams Lake Yellow JacketsThe Williams Lake Yellow Jackets
Angie Mindus photos                                Williams Lake Broncos goaltender Ethan Moore recovers after a save while Krysten Ludwig scoops up the rebound and carries it through the team’s defensive zone while a Quesnel Thunder player gives chase.                                Williams Lake Broncos goaltender Ethan Moore recovers after a save while Krysten Ludwig scoops up the rebound and carries it through the team’s defensive zone while a Quesnel Thunder player gives chase. (Angie Mindus photos)Angie Mindus photos Williams Lake Broncos goaltender Ethan Moore recovers after a save while Krysten Ludwig scoops up the rebound and carries it through the team’s defensive zone while a Quesnel Thunder player gives chase. Williams Lake Broncos goaltender Ethan Moore recovers after a save while Krysten Ludwig scoops up the rebound and carries it through the team’s defensive zone while a Quesnel Thunder player gives chase. (Angie Mindus photos)
Complex packed with bantam hockey action
Complex packed with bantam hockey action
Complex packed with bantam hockey action
The Williams Lake BroncosThe Williams Lake Broncos

Eight teams squared off during the weekend at the annual Williams Lake Minor Hockey Association Bantam House Tournament.

The Williams Lake Broncos, the Williams Lake Yellow Jackets and the Williams Lake Blue Riverkings hosted visiting squads from Prince George, Kamloops, West Kelowna and Quesnel at the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex.

Teams began play Friday evening with playoff games early Sunday morning.

Related: Bantam Female T-wolves to host first home tourney since 2011

When the dust settled, and following some tightly-contested games, it was the Prince George Sharks taking home first place, followed by the Prince George Kings.

Next in line were the Quesnel Thunder, while the Williams Lake Broncos were the top-finishing local team.



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