The Williams Lake Midget Boys Tibmerwolves played a pair of league games against both Prince George and Quesnel at home during the weekend and won three of four, splitting with Prince George and sweeping Quesnel.
On Saturday, Williams Lake played Prince George and opened with a 6-5 win in the first game.
The line of Cody Swan, Lane Wycotte and William Paynton had a solid game and combined for 10 points.
Wycotte netted a hat trick for the T-wolves with Swan also netting two and adding two assists while Paynton had three assists.
Corey Loring scored the other goal for Williams Lake. Mitchell Labossierre also added two assists. Hayden Lyons was in net for Williams Lake in the win.
In the second game the Wolves came out on the wrong end of a 6-5 score despite a late push that almost saw them come back from a 6-3 deficit.
The line of Wycotte-Swan-Paynton had another strong game combining for seven points.
Both Wycotte and Swan had two goals with Paynton adding two assists.
Nick Berkelaar added the other goal for the Timberwolves. Lyons split time in net with Dylan Derose.
On Sunday, Quesnel came to town for a pair of games that saw the penalty box filled constantly with several heated battles throughout the games.
In the first game Williams Lake came out on top in a close 4-3 match.
Derose was solid in net for the Wolves keeping the game in check throughout.
Paynton and Wycotte both had three points for the Wolves. Paynton scored a pair of goals and added an assist with Wycotte scoring one and adding two assists.
Dayton Long added the other goal and Swan added a pair of assists for the Wolves.
In the final game of the weekend the Wolves soundly thumped Quesnel winning 8-2 after jumping out to an early 8-0 lead and cruising for most of the third period.
Swan (1G, 3A) and William Paynton (1G, 3A) both had four points for the T-wolves with Wycotte adding two goals. Singles were scored by Owen Powers, Loring, Brett Hare and Labossierre. Derose was in net for Williams Lake.
Next up, the Timberwolves head to Quesnel this weekend for one league game on Sunday, before continuing north to Prince George the following weekend for their final two league games of the season.