Williams Lake Midget Girls Timberwolves’ Brooke Call (third from left) takes a pass during BC Hockey’s under-16 High Performance Camp for the North Central Zone held at the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex from Jan. 2-4.

Williams Lake Midget Girls Timberwolves’ Brooke Call (third from left) takes a pass during BC Hockey’s under-16 High Performance Camp for the North Central Zone held at the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex from Jan. 2-4.

Lakecity hosts high performance camp

Forty-two hockey players from 100 Mile House to Whitehorse converged in Williams Lake last weekend.

Forty-two hockey players from 100 Mile House to Whitehorse converged in Williams Lake last weekend for BC Hockey’s under-16 Female High Performance Camp for the North Central zone.

And Brooke Call of Williams Lake and Sienna Monical, Courtney Caveand Anya Leverman of 100 Mile House all cracked a roster spot for the upcoming BC Cup in Salmon Arm April 4-5 where 120 girls from throughout B.C. will compete on six randomly-selected teams.

“It will be a jamboree style,” said Troy Weil, the Northern High Performance District Co-ordinator for BC Hockey and local hockey coach.

“They want to mirror the Hockey Canada national team.”

Williams Lake Tribune