Wranglers tickets on sale for lakecity game

Tickets are now available for next month’s clash between the 100 Mile House Wranglers and the Summerland Steam in Williams Lake.

Tickets are now available for next month’s clash between the 100 Mile House Wranglers and the Summerland Steam in Williams Lake.

The Kootenay International Junior Hockey League game, scheduled for Nov. 14 at 7 p.m. at the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex, was lined up by a management team in Williams Lake who are looking to fire up interest in bringing a Junior B hockey team to the city in the near future.

Rob Sandrock, one of the people behind the management team, said tickets went on sale Wednesday for the game and are available at Total Ice Training Centre and at Tell Tale Signs.

The Wranglers are currently third in the KIJHL’s Doug Birks Division — six points back of the first-place Kamloops Storm — with four wins, three losses and an overtime loss in eight outings. The team also houses multiple lakecity players including Justin Bond, Kolten Carpenter and Tyler Povelofskie.

The Steam, meanwhile, currently sit second in the Okanagan Division with five wins and two losses.

Adults are $10 and students/seniors are $8. If anyone is unable to visit either of those two locations Sandrock said organizers will deliver the tickets by hand by contacting him by phone at 250-303-1432 or by e-mail at robsandrock@icloud.com.

Also, on the back of each ticket is a $10 voucher for Margetts Meat Market for any order over $50.

Anyone interested in getting involved with the game can also contact Sandrock.

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