A birth in the consolation final of Men’s Soccer for Swift Current’s Tobi Ojo and Team Sask.
A 3-1 win over P.E.I. means a matchup with Team Yukon in the b-side final, after Yukon won in penalty kicks over neighbouring Team NWT.
A tight straight sets loss for Henry Rempel, Braedon Friesen and Team Sask Men’s Volleyball against the powerhouse Quebec squad (22-25, 20-25, 27-29). The loss held Saskatchewan at 3rd place in their group, meaning a quarterfinal matchup with Team Alberta - which led to another three-set loss (20-25,16-25, 9-25). Team Sask now plays Manitoba on the consolation side of the playoffs.
A split day for Team Sask Women’s Wrestling with a win over Nunavut (50-0), but a loss to Team Alberta (38-13). In the team loss, Swift Current’s Aleah Nickel won her individual match 3-1. Sask then crossed over with Team Ontario for the Bronze medal game, but lost (48-7). With a win in her matchup, Nickel secured five of Saskatchewan’s seven points.
Austin Shopa and men’s wrestling also had a split day, with a win over Nunavut (49-5), but a loss to British Columbia (43-8). A loss to Quebec (35-16) in the third-place team matchup spelled a fourth-place team finish for Saskatchewan. In the loss, Swift Current’s Shopa shut out his opponent 5-0.
And a 14th place finish for Tyler Piercy-Servant in the Men's Special Olympics 50-metre backstroke. Jenae Ruetz was disqualified in her heat of the same race on the women’s side of the competition. Both swimmers will be competing in the 50-metre freestyle today, their final race of the Games.