Saskatchewan’s baseball team is to play in a semi-final Friday at the Canada Summer Games in the Niagara region of Ontario.
Saskatchewan lost 10-0 to B.C. on Wednesday to finish the preliminary round with a 4-2 record. B.C. finished first in Pool A at 5-1, one spot ahead of Saskatchewan.
The gold-medal game is to be played Saturday in Welland, Ont.
Basketball (female): Saskatchewan was to play Nova Scotia in a quarter-final on Thursday.
Basketball (male): Saskatchewan and B.C. were to meet in a quarter-final on Thursday.
Box lacrosse (female): Saskatchewan lost 11-0 to Ontario in a quarter-final on Wednesday. Saskatchewan and Manitoba were to meet Thursday in a consolation match.
Rugby sevens (female): Saskatchewan defeated New Brunswick 27-0 in the seventh-place match after downing Manitoba 32-5 in the consolation round.
Soccer (male): Saskatchewan and Manitoba were to meet in a qualification match on Thursday.
Softball (female): Saskatchewan shut out New Brunswick 8-0 in the qualification round on Wednesday. Next up was Thursday’s qualification game against Manitoba.
Wrestling: Saskatchewan finished fourth (female) and fifth (male) in team competition.
Julee Stewart of Regina’s Sundown Optimist Baton Group won a silver medal in the senior women’s freestyle event last weekend at the world baton twirling championships in Turin, Italy.
The Regina Thunder is to open its 2022 Prairie Football Conference schedule Sunday against the Edmonton Wildcats. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m., at Leibel Field.
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