In their final two league games of the season the Williams Lake Midget Timberwolves needed a pair of wins against Prince George to lock up first place in the league, but ended up with a split.
Williams Lake will now wait to see how Prince George fares against Quesnel this weekend before the final standings are determined.
Prince George needs just one point in two games to secure first and has yet to lose to Quesnel this season.
Williams Lake will then play Quesnel in the first round of the Cariboo Amateur Hockey Association playoffs, while Prince George will receive a bye.
In game one of the weekend the T-wolves came out strong, holding on for an impressive 4-1 win.
Hayden Lyons held down the fort in between the pipes in the win, however, on a less positive note, the team lost one of the team’s top scorers, William Paynton, to a dislocated shoulder and now has three key players likely out for the rest of the season.
In game two Williams Lake got off to a slow start, falling behind 2-0. To start the third, Prince George led 5-2 before Williams Lake rattled off three quick goals to tie it up 5-5 with four minutes remaining.
Prince George responded with a quick goal with two minutes left to go up 6-5, then scored a pair of empty net goals late to seal the deal.