Williams Lake Atom Development Timberwolves player Ian Foster dumps the puck deep into the Vanderhoof zone in what turned out to be a 4-1 victory for the lakecity squad at its Willliams Lake Minor Hockey Association Atom Development Tournament.

Williams Lake Atom Development Timberwolves player Ian Foster dumps the puck deep into the Vanderhoof zone in what turned out to be a 4-1 victory for the lakecity squad at its Willliams Lake Minor Hockey Association Atom Development Tournament.

T-wolves finish home tourney on strong note

The Williams Lake Atom Development Timberwolves capped off its weekend home tournament on a strong note early Sunday morning.

The Williams Lake Atom Development Timberwolves capped off its weekend home tournament on a strong note early Sunday morning.

The T-wolves downed Vanderhoof 4-1 to finish sixth in the seven-team tournament after coming just short of winning all its games in the round robin.

In Sunday’s contest Grady Gustafson opened the scoring for Williams Lake, before AJ Virk made it 2-0 for the lakecity squad in the second period.

In the third it was Declan Pocock extending the Timberwolves’ lead, before Boston Levens closed out the scoring in the victory with just two minutes remaining.

Lindsey Goncalves scored the lone goal for Vanderhoof late in the third period.

Grady Gustafson, meanwhile, was named the game’s most valuable player for Williams Lake. Timberwolves netminder Luke Erlandson earned the heart and hustle award.

Williams Lake opened the tournament to a tough 3-2 loss to Prince George, before falling 4-2 to Terrace and 6-5 to the Sunshine Coast to close out the round robin.

Teams travelled from Prince George, Quesnel, the Sunshine Coast, Terrace and Vanderhoof for the tournament.

Next up for the Williams Lake Minor Hockey Association is its Bantam Rep Tournament, which takes place at the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex from Jan. 27-29.