After two wins in Penticton during the weekend the Williams Lake Midget Female Timberwolves improved to 16 wins, three losses and three ties in its regular season.
The T-wolves shutout the Penticton Vees, 2-0, on Saturday, before edging them by a goal the next day, 4-3.
Cassie Hogman and Callissa Broomfield tallied for the lakecity Saturday, while Grace Outhouse, Shian Remenante, Faith Outhouse and Broomfield, with her second of the weekend, scored Sunday.
Williams Lake netminder Tamara William earned the shutout during game one, with Raylea Garland picking up the win in game two.
Head coach Pete Montana said it was great to get a good look and some ice time at the Penticton Memorial Arena — the rink the majority of the provincial championships will be played at.
“The Memorial Arena is a great old barn in Penticton with so much rich hockey history,” Montana said.
“But, the ice surface is very odd. The bluelines are so close to the top of the faceoff circles in your offensive and defensive zones they’re almost touching.
“That means things happen in those zones much faster with very little time to react. There are a few other quirky things about it, too, so it was very good for our players to get some time there. Of course, we have some work to do first.”
The T-wolves hope to return to Penticton in March for provincials, but will have to get past the Prince George Female Cougars during playdowns, which start Feb. 13 in Williams Lake.