The BWC Bantam A1 team are 4-0 after three days of action at the BC Provincial Championships in Kamloops, and are currently in first place with 8 points.
Two other teams, North Zone and Thompson Zone are still in the running with two games and a potential 4 points remaining and could tie BWC should the Bruins drop their final round robin game vs Nanaimo (0-2-1) Wednesday morning at 8:00 AM. Burnaby Minor are still in the running for a second place finish as well, with a game vs Thompson Tuesday night, and vs Prince George Wednesday.
The two Zone teams will face each other in the final round robin game Wednesday afternoon.
Games so far
BWC opened with a 4-1 over North Zone (North East BC and Yukon) on Sunday, then faced two tough battles Monday in games 2 and 3.
The Bruins faced crosstown rival Burnaby Minor in game 2, in a 10:45 AM game, coming out on top 4-3. Burnaby Minor had steamrolled Nanaimo 10-4 in their opener Sunday.
In their second game of the day, at 7:45 PM, BWC edged the Thompson Zone home team, 5-4.
Prince George also played two games Monday, losing 6-2 to North Zone, and tying Nanaimo 5-5. PG had opened with a 4-3 loss to Thompson Zone.
In games Tuesday, BWC edged Prince George 3-1, to go 4-0-0. North Zone downed Burnaby Minor 7-5 in an 8:00 AM game.
Two games remain to be played Tuesday night – North Zone vs Nanaimo and Thompson vs Burnaby Minor.
BWC will wrap the round robin with an 8:00 AM game Wednesday vs Nanaimo. Burnaby Minor will face PG, and the two zone teams, Thompson and North, will playoff at 1:30.
The two top teams will meet at 7:30 in the Championship Final.