A trip to the semi-finals is on the line for the Williams Lake under-15 tier two hockey team at their provincial championships in Kelowna this afternoon.
Williams Lake, 1 and 1, will advance with a win against Greater Trail, who is also 1 and 1.
The opening face-off is at 12-45.
They are the only Cariboo team with a shot at making the playoffs.
Quesnel’s under-15 tier three team lost 7-1 to Dawson Creek last night to finish with 2 wins, a loss and a tie.
They lost the tie-breaker to Dawson Creek to advance.
The 100 Mile House under-15 tier 4 team, 1 and 3, has one more game at the provincials that they are hosting.
Penticton will provide the opposition at 1-30.
Quesnel’s under-18 tier four team won their final game at their provincials in Clearwater.
Luke Novak had four goals and Boden Lind three in a 9-3 victory over Kelowna.
Quesnel ends up 2 and 3 overall.
And the 100 Mile under-13 tier four team, winless through their first three games, will try to go home on a winning note against Fernie late this afternoon.