Cassie Prentice • 17 • Macrorie • Racquetball
Nominated by Saskatchewan Racquetball Association

 
  • Won silver in the under-16 girls’ doubles and 5th in the singles competition at the World Junior Championships against 14 participants from nine countries.
  • Won gold in the under-18 girls’ doubles and silver in the under-16 girls’ singles competition at the Canadian Junior Championships. Finished 8th in women’s open singles at the Canadian Championships.
  • Currently ranked No. 1 among under-18 girls in Canada.

 


 

Danielle Skinner • 16 • Regina • Baton Twirling
Nominated by Saskatchewan Baton Twirling Association

 
  • Finished 4th in junior pair, 5th in team and 15th in junior women’s freestyle competition at the World Baton Twirling Championships against participants from 18 countries.
  • Won four golds (solo, solo dance, duet and pair), two silvers (medley and freestyle), and one bronze (baton) at the Canadian Baton Twirling Championships.
  • Won gold in junior pair and team competition and silver in junior women’s freestyle at the Canadian Team Trials.

 


 

Savannah Sutherland • 15 • Borden • Athletics
Nominated by Saskatchewan Athletics

 
  • Won three gold medals (300 m, 80 m hurdles and 200 m hurdles), one silver (4 x 100 m relay) and one bronze (1,600 m sprint medley) at the Canadian Legion National Youth Outdoor Track and Field Championships, and set a new Saskatchewan Athletics records for under-16 women’s 80 m and 200 m hurdles.
  • Won three gold medals (200 m, 80 m hurdles and 200 m hurdles) and one silver (300 m) at the Caltaf Track Classic, which featured participants from seven provinces.
  • Won four gold medals (200 m, 80 m hurdles, 200 m hurdles and 4 x 100 m relay) at the Sherwood Park Track Classic, an interprovincial meet between three provinces. At the same event, she won silver and set a new Saskatchewan Athletics record in the under-16 girls’ 300 m.

    Bailey Hargreaves • 15 • Saskatoon • Synchronized Swimming
    Nominated by Synchro Saskatchewan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

              

 
 

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