Williams Lake Midget Female Timberwolves forward Faith Outhouse fires a shot during a game against Prince George early January.

Williams Lake Midget Female Timberwolves forward Faith Outhouse fires a shot during a game against Prince George early January.

Female Timberwolves secure home-ice advantage for zones

The Williams Lake Female Midget Timberwolves were in Penticton and Kelowna for their final three OMAHA league games.

The Williams Lake Female Midget Timberwolves were in Penticton and Kelowna for their final three Okanagan Mainline Amateur Hockey Association (OMAHA) league games.

The first game saw Williams Lake defeat Penticton, 2-0, with Penticton unable to solve T-wolves goaltender Raylea Garland.

Anya Levermann scored five-and-a-half minutes into the first period, with her sister, Katya and Emma Roorda picking up the assists on the first goal.

The second goal saw captain Ruthie Jackson score off a feed from assistant captain, Grace Outhouse, just three minutes into the second period.

In game two Williasm Lake fell to Penticton, 4-2.

Again, the Levermann sisters put up points, with Anya scoring six minutes into the second from a feed from linemates Roorda and sister Katya.

Not to be outdone, Katya scored two minutes into the third frame with Jackson receiving the assist.

The third game of the weekend was against Kelowna at the old Memorial barn.

Not pleased with their final game against Penticton, the girls decided to go out in style and finish strong, pounding Kelowna, 7-1.

The first period saw two goals from Brooke Call, with assists going to Grace and Jackson, consecutively.

Jackson scored a third in the first period with an assist coming from Call.

The second period opened with Grace burying a pass from sister Faith Outhouse and Anya.

Not content without getting her name on the score sheet, Katya tallied the fifth goal from Call.

Grace potted the sixth halfway through the third from Adriane Kennedy.

Caitlyn Ray put up the seventh and final goal from a pass from Faith.

The Timberwolves currently sit second in the OMAHA league with 10 wins, four losses and one tie.

Meanwhile, the team went undefeated in the Cariboo Amateur Hockey League, winning all eight games to ensure home ice for zones, scheduled for Valentines weekend in Williams Lake.