Friday’s action from Sask Winter Games

 

It was the second last day of competition at the Sask Winter Games in Regina on Friday.

Competition in Figure Skating wrapped up yesterday. In the Female Pre-Juvenile Free Skate, Saskatoon’s Lauren Bildfell, South East’s Vaida Maas, and Prairie Central’s Addison Hall went 1-3; in the Male Pre-Juvenile Free Skate, Saskatoon’s Alex Sun and South West’s Brayden Bader earned gold and silver.

South East swept the podium in the Female Juvenile Free Skate: Abby Haas, Rachel Duncan, Sydney Brooks taking home medals.

In the Male event, Rivers West’s Simeon Bakanec, South West’s Seann Terry, and South East’s Nate Greenbank went 1-3.

In the female event, South East’s Kerri Gyoerick took gold, while Saskatoon’s Emma Molberg and Parkland Valley’s
Willow Fayant-Velychko rounded out the podium. In the male event, Saskatoon’s Joshua Norman earned gold while Prairie Central’s Ethan Robinson and Danny Strauss took silver and bronze.

In Wresting the team dual finals took place. Regina took home gold with Saskatoon and Prairie Central also taking home medals.

In the Para Nordic Sit Ski race, Team Lakeland came home with a pair of gold medals after Cherish Nontell and Aren Eli Painter’s performances.

In Interval Classic Jr. Girls 1500m race, Prairie Central’s Milla Niefer, Saskatoon’s Emma Storey, and Regina’s Laurel Brock went 1-3; in the Jr. Boys’ race, Saskatoon’s Tyson Miller, Parkland Valley’s Levi Maier, and Oliver Bourassa, also of Saskatoon, made the podium.

In the Sr. Girls’ 3000m race, Regina’s Lorence Bourque earned gold. Saskatoon’s Natalie Meinert and Abbey Jane Zimmer were close behind.

In the Sr. Boys’ division, Parkland Valley’s Hudson Maier came in first, with Saskatoon’s Jamie Farthing and Pano McCartney rounding out the podium.

Full results of the Judo competition can be found here

https://skg2023.gems.pro/Result/Event_List.aspx?Sport_GUID=fde139d8-d4bc-400f-8643-d4f3300ed4a5&GameDay_GUID=c74e7563-3572-47e9-b2bc-8fd21f1cb374&SetLanguage=en-CA

Saskatoon leads the medals standings with 68 medals in total, Regina is in second with 47, Prairie Central has 43 and Rivers West has 33.

Saturday is the final day of the Sask. Games in Regina, with the closing ceremony set for 4:00.

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