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Saskatchewan shines: 32 medals for Team Sask. at Canada Games

Another Canada Games is in the books.

Team Saskatchewan wrapped up its Canada Games experience on Sunday in the Niagara region of Ontario. In total, 32 medals were awarded to Team Saskatchewan — good for seventh in the medal standings. Of those 32, three were gold.

Saskatchewan finished the Games in style, as the men’s volleyball team won gold on Sunday with a 3-1 win over Alberta in the gold medal game (25-21, 25-17, 25-27. 25-22). The medal was the final of the Games for Saskatchewan.

It was Borden, Sask.’s Savannah Sutherland who won Saskatchewan’s first gold medal on Friday. Sutherland, who was a Youth Female Athlete of the Year nominee for the 2020 Saskatchewan Sport Awards, finished first in the female 400-metre hurdles. Sutherland recently competed for Canada at the 2022 World Athletics Championship.

“I’m really proud to represent the province, we’re one of the smaller provinces and this just proves we can go out there and compete with all the bigger ones too. So, I’m really proud of that,” said Sutherland.

Saskatoon’s Logan Reider was named Saskatchewan’s flag bearer for the Closing Ceremony, after she led the female basketball team to a silver medal and female volleyball team to a fourth-place finish.

“Logan embodies all the characteristics of a flag bearer, and we are proud to have her lead Team Sask into the Closing Ceremony,” said Mark Bracken, Team Saskatchewan’s Chef de Mission.

Saskatchewan’s 2022 Summer Games medallists

  • Team Saskatchewan, gold in male volleyball
  • Savannah Sutherland, gold in female 400-m hurdles
  • Jasmine Fehr, gold in female 5,000-m
  • Team Saskatchewan, silver in female basketball
  • Pepper Howe, Lauren Matai, Megan Kish and Shelby Lane, silver in female quadruple sculls rowing
  • Jenna McFadyen, silver in female 5,000-m
  • Bradyn Giraudier, silver in male Special Olympics 100-m
  • Bradyn Giraudier, silver in male Special Olympics 200-m
  • Teddy Hudye, silver in male para shot put
  • Kash Tarasoff, silver in male platform diving
  • Krystle Shewchuk, silver in female 2.4 para mix diving
  • Alexandra Templeton, silver in female wrestling
  • Donovan Neudorf, silver in male wrestling
  • Myah Clatney, silver in female wrestling
  • Shelby Guerin-Daniels, silver in female wrestling
  • Myah Phillips, silver in female wrestling
  • Team Saskatchewan, bronze in male baseball
  • Team Saskatchewan, bronze in male softball
  • Teddy Hudye, bronze in male para discus
  • Ayva Delaney, bronze in female wheelchair 100-m
  • Paige Willems, Kailee Woitas, Kendra Farmer and Selena Keyowski, bronze in female 4×100-m
  • Kyrell Sopotyk, bronze in 1,500-m wheelchair racing
  • Jenna McFadyen, bronze in female 3,000-m steeplechase
  • Jonatahn Podbielski, bronze in male 3,000-m steeplechase
  • Connor Dodds, bronze in male single scull rowing
  • Pepper Howe, bronze in female single scull rowing
  • Johnny McLeod and Grayson Laycock, bronze in male lightweight double sculls rowing
    • Pepper Howe, Megan Kish, Lauren Matai, Shelby Lane, Brooklyn Schwab, Mya Grace Kelln, Elsa Lissel-DeCorby, Ellen Marion and Daya Wilde, bronze in female eight with coxswain rowing
  • Julia Petryna, bronze in female wrestling
  • Olivia Rose, bronze in female wrestling
  • Hannah Ouellette, bronze in female para swimming

As the Games move on from Niagara, up next is Prince Edward Island. The 2023 Canada Winter Games will be held on the Island from Feb. 18 to Mar. 5.

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