Midget Timberwolves go unbeaten, win gold, at Vernon tournament

The Williams Lake Midget Timberwolves played to a gold medal during the weekend after going unbeaten at a tournament in Vernon. The T-wolves defeated Trail in the championship, 5-2. (Photo submitted)The Williams Lake Midget Timberwolves played to a gold medal during the weekend after going unbeaten at a tournament in Vernon. The T-wolves defeated Trail in the championship, 5-2. (Photo submitted)
The Williams Lake Midget Timberwolves played to a gold medal during the weekend after going unbeaten at a tournament in Vernon. The T-wolves defeated Trail in the championship, 5-2. (Photo submitted)The Williams Lake Midget Timberwolves played to a gold medal during the weekend after going unbeaten at a tournament in Vernon. The T-wolves defeated Trail in the championship, 5-2. (Photo submitted)
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The Williams Lake Midget Timberwolves went undefeated on the weekend at a tournament in Vernon to win the gold medal.

Williams Lake opened its tournament with a 3-3 tie versus North Okanagan, then went on to win four straight.

The T-wolves racked up a 5-1 win over Kelowna, a 5-2 triumph against Kamloops, then a 6-1 drubbing of Coquitlam in the semifinal to reach the championship.

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There, they upended Trail 5-2 to win the gold.

The team is coming off its home tournament in Williams Lake where they finished just shy of the final, however, posted wins over Smithers and Vernon, and tied Kitimat.



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