The Williams Lake Female Midget Timberwolves marched away from the Surrey SuperHeart Tournament with a gold medal during the weekend.

The Williams Lake Female Midget Timberwolves marched away from the Surrey SuperHeart Tournament with a gold medal during the weekend.

T-wolves first at SuperHeart tournament

The Williams Lake Female Midget Timberwolves doubled the Orangeville Tigers of Ontario 4-2 Sunday to bring home gold.

The Williams Lake Female Midget Timberwolves doubled the Orangeville Tigers of Ontario 4-2 Sunday to bring home gold in the Surrey SuperHeart Tournament.

The Timberwolves bested seven other teams in the Midget A division to achieve the feat.

Anya Levermann notched a hat trick in the final with assists coming from her sister, Katya Levermann, Emma Roorda and Caitlyn Ray. The final goal of the game was scored on an empty net by Faith Outhouse after she was setup by her sister, Grace Outhouse and captain Ruthie Jackson.

The tournament opened with the T-wolves beating North Island, 2-0. Ray tallied first for Williams Lake (assisted by Brooke Call and Katie Toews), while Grace added an unassisted insurance marker.

Next, Williams Lake took on the host team, the Surrey Falcons, and marched away with a 4-3 victory.

Jackson (assisted by Faith), Call (assisted by Ray), Grace (assisted by Faith) and Ray (assisted by Jackson) all lit the lamp for the Timberwolves.

The team’s third game ended in a 2-2 tie against Yellowknife with Katya opening the scoring on a nice, unassisted goal. Katie Toews added the second with the assist going to Ray.

Williams Lake’s final round robin game saw the team fall to South Island, 6-4, however, the Timberwolves had already secured a spot in the tournament final based on its previous two wins and a tie.

Scoring in the contest came from Anya (assisted by Faith Outhouse and Faith Myers), Adrianne Kennedy (assisted by Faith Outhouse and Grace Outhouse), Roorda (assisted by Anya and Katya) and Ray (assisted by Katya and Alexis Hemmond).

Coaches Roy Call and Scott Cross said they were very pleased with the tournament outcome.

This weekend the Timberwolves will hope to continue their winning ways when they play host to Prince George Friday and Saturday for Cariboo Amateur Hockey Association zone playoff games.

Game one goes Friday, Feb. 12 at 6:15 p.m., followed by a Saturday, Feb. 13 puck drop at 12:30 p.m. Both games go at the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex.