The Williams Lake Midget Timberwolves picked up the gold medal at a Kamloops tournament during the weekend.

The Williams Lake Midget Timberwolves picked up the gold medal at a Kamloops tournament during the weekend.

Timberwolves skate to third gold medal of season

The Williams Lake Midget Timberwolves went undefeated during the weekend at a tournament in Kamloops to win the gold medal.

The Williams Lake Midget Timberwolves went undefeated during the weekend at a tournament in Kamloops to win the gold medal.

The T-wolves thumped Vernon 5-1  in the final Sunday on the strength of two goals from Cody Swan and single tallies from Justin Swan, Grady Thomas and Brendan Pigeon. Thomas and Justin also notched two assists a piece in the winning effort.

Williams Lake’s win marks the third gold medal the team has captured in five tournaments so far this season.

The Timberwolves’ path to the final consisted of a 5-5 tie with Port Coquitlam, a 6-1 drubbing of Nanaimo, a 4-2 doubling of Kamloops and a 9-2 victory over Campbell River in the semifinal.

Next up for the T-wolves is a tier one and two tournament in Penticton on Jan. 20.

Below is the scoring summary for the Kamloops tournament:

Game one: Friday, Jan. 6

Williams Lake 5 vs. Port Coquitlam 5

Goals:

Grady Thomas (2)

Cody Swan

Jimi Belleau

Cade Enns

Assists:

Ryley Haines (2)

Dayton Long

Lane Paddison

Grady Thomas

Game two: Saturday, Jan. 7

Williams Lake 6 vs. Nanaimo 1

Goals:

Cody Swan (2)

Grady Thomas

Brendan Pigeon

Lane Paddison

Denzel Jackson

Assists:

Brendan Pigeon

Dawson Billyboy

Brody Conroy

Lane Paddison

Denzel Jackson

Game three: Saturday, Jan. 7

Williams Lake 4 vs. Kamloops 2

Goals:

Jimi Belleau

Justin Swan

Brendan Pigeon

Cody Swan

Assists:

Denzel Jackson (2)

Cody Swan

Lane Paddison

Brendan Pigeon

Brody Conroy

Grady Thomas

Dayton Long

Game four: Sunday, Jan. 8 (semifinal)

Williams Lake 9 vs. Campbell River 2

Goals:

Cody Swan (3)

Lane Paddison

Grady Thomas

Jordan Bunce

Brendan Pigeon

Justin Swan

Jimi Belleau

Assists:

Jared Yuill (2)

Jordan Bunce (2)

Brendan Pigeon (2)

Denzel Jackson (2)

Dayton Long

Justin Swan

Brody Conroy

Game five: Sunday, Jan. 8 (final)

Williams Lake 5 vs. Vernon 1

Goals:

Cody Swan (2)

Justin Swan

Grady Thomas

Brendan Pigeon

Assists:

Grady Thomas (2)

Justin Swan (2)

Jordan Bunce

Brendan Pigeon

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