Team Saskatoon was all smiles after capturing the gold medal in the men's curling final Wed. at the Sask. Winter Games in North Battleford. The Saskatoon foursome defeated Rivers West 6-4 in the final.Roger White/battlefordsNOW Staff
It was a seesaw battle between two great teams, but in the end Team Saskatoon squeezed out a 6-4 win over Rivers West to claim the gold medal in the men’s curling competition at the Sask. Winter Games.
Skiier Cole Krushelniski, from Saskatoon, receives his silver medal from ski-cross Tuesday. Saskatoon continues to lead the other eight districts in the medal standings.Nathan Kanter/battlefordsNOW staff
Nadine Fehr (middle) Harley Harris (left) and Sam Silverthorn (right) pose with their medals after the ski-cross competition at Table Mountain on Tuesday. It was Fehr's won her second gold medal of the games, after winning the U-16 female ski-cross.Nathan Kanter/battlefordsNOW Staff
Sarah Bargen, right, and Ashytn Ritco, left, both medalled in the U-15 female mass start biathlon on Tuesday, with Bargen winning gold for Rivers West and Ritco winning bronze for Prairie Central.Nathan Kanter/battlefordsNOW Staff
The big cities swept the mass start U-15 male biathlon, while Rivers West and Prairie Central medalled in the female U-15 mass start biathlon at Blue Mountain on day two of the Saskatchewan Winter Games.
From Prince Albert, athletes Chloe Lysitza, centre, and Nicole Penner, right, with Lakeland District team coach Brianne Jubenvill at the games Tuesday. The girls were taking part in the duet competition.Angela Brown/battlefordsNOW Staff