The Williams Lake Midget Rep team took home a gold medal in a tournament in Prince George this past weekend.

The Williams Lake Midget Rep team took home a gold medal in a tournament in Prince George this past weekend.

Midget T-Wolves find gold in P.G.

Team will bring Tier 2 hockey to lakecity Dec. 1-3 for home tournament

Williams Lake’s Midget Timberwolves captured gold at the Prince George Tier 2 annual tournament Nov. 17 to 19.

The squad started the tournament strong in their first game Friday with a 7 to 1 victory over the Central Zone.

Raeyden Beauchamp, Sam Powers, Dawson Billyboy, Justin Swan and Cade Enns notched singles, while Dayton Long found the net twice.

The goals were assisted by Billyboy, Beauchamp, Tyson Conroy, Jax Passeri and Nic Flinton.

Later on Friday, the T-Wolves ended their second match-up in a tie against Terrace.

Ryan Allan and Justin Swan tallied a point each for the team, with Jake Jackson assisting for one goal.

Saturday morning the T-Wolves dominated Fort St. John, taking a 4-0 victory over the northern team with goals from Brody Conroy, Dylan Carr, Powers and Swan.

Flinton, Beauchamp, Brody, Billyboy and Powers assisted.

Saturday afternoon saw the T-Wolves downed in a close 1-3 contest with Chilliwack.

Billyboy got the lone goal, with assists from Beauchamp and Tyson.

The semi-final match-up between the T-Wolves and Prince George also proved to be a close one, with the T-Wolves edging ahead for a 2-1 win thanks to two goals scored by Swan, assisted by Billyboy twice and Long once.

The final contest for gold paired the T-Wolves against Central Zone 4. Flinton, Long, Swan and Jackson scored singles while Tyson found the back of the net twice to clinch the victory, 6-4, with assists from Swan, Enns, Billyboy, Tyson, Brody and Flinton.

The T-Wolves are bring Tier 2 hockey action to Williams Lake Dec. 1-3 during a home tournament.

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