Third and deciding CAHA playoff game goes Saturday

The Williams Lake Midget Boys Timberwolves were in Prince George during the weekend.

The Williams Lake Midget Boys Timberwolves were in Prince George during the weekend and came home with a two-game split in the best-of-three Cariboo Amateur Hockey Association championship series.

A third and deciding game takes place in Williams Lake this weekend.

Although both teams have already qualified for the provincial championships, bragging rights and a league championship banner are on the line. The final game goes at 2:15 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 27 in rink one at the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex.

Game one on the weekend ended in a 6-5 victory for the T-wolves. Cody Swan had a big game netting three goals and adding two assists, while Dayton Long, Spencer Neufeld and Lane Wycotte added singles.

Hayden Lyons was in goal for the win.

In game two the T-wolves came out flat and fell behind early and could never catch up. The game ended in an 8-2 win for Prince George. Long and Wycotte scored for Williams Lake in the losing effort.