Williams Lake atom development tourney underway at complex

The Williams Lake Atom Development Timberwolves are hosting its home tournament this weekend.

The Williams Lake Atom Development Timberwolves are hosting its home tournament this weekend at the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex.

The tournament was originally slated to house four teams, however, Fort St. John wasn’t able to travel due to the cold. Salmon Arm, Quesnel and Williams Lake are now squaring off at the event.

READ MORE: Atom Development team goes undefeated for gold

The hosts were slated to face Quesnel Sunday morning at 6:15 a.m., before wrapping up its tournament at 11:15 a.m. against Salmon Arm.

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