The tier two pee wee Williams Lake Timberwolves celebrate last month after winning the Cariboo Amateur Hockey Association zone playoffs over Prince George.

The tier two pee wee Williams Lake Timberwolves celebrate last month after winning the Cariboo Amateur Hockey Association zone playoffs over Prince George.

Minor hockey teams in hunt for provincial titles

The tier two pee wee Williams Lake Timberwolves are unbeaten so far at the BC Hockey Provincial Championships.

The tier two pee wee Williams Lake Timberwolves are unbeaten so far at the BC Hockey Provincial Championships.

After finishing the round robin with a perfect three wins and no losses, Williams Lake meets Campbell River this morning at 11 a.m. in the tournament semifinal.

Should Williams Lake win they play again tonight, March 19, at 8 p.m. in the championship game. If Williams Lake loses to Campbell River they play at 5 p.m. in the bronze-medal match.

The T-wolves opened their tournament March 16 with a 4-0 shutout victory of the hosts, Juan de Fuca. Grady Thomas scored twice in the win.

Monday, Williams Lake edged Penticton, 5-3, before posting another 3-0 shutout against Greater Trail the following day.

At the Bantam Female Provincial Championships in Clearview, the T-wolves sit with two wins and two ties.

Williams Lake opened their tournament with a 7-1 loss against North Shore, before handing the host Clearview a 5-1 defeat.

Tuesday, the girls skated to a 6-0 shutout over Castlegar, before falling to Surrey, 6-2.

The T-wolves next hit the ice tonight, March 19, at 5 p.m. against Kamloops. On Thursday, the T-wolves take on South Island to close out round robin. The championship match goes Thursday at 8 p.m.

Meanwhile, the tier two Williams Lake Bantam Timberwolves will play in the semifinal tonight at 5 p.m. The T-wolves sat third out of 10 teams in the round robin standings at their respective tournament in Mission.

The T-wolves skated to a 3-2 win over Fort St. John in their opener Sunday, before pummelling Vanderhoof, 9-2, the following day.

On Tuesday Williams Lake tied Abbotsford, 4-4, to setup the semifinal berth.

Playoff matchups continue Thursday with the championship gameĀ  at 11 a.m. The bronze-medal match goes earlier at 8 a.m.