North Shore athletes helped Team British Columbia top the medal count at the 2011 Western Canada Summer Games held Aug. 5-14 in Kamloops.
Team B.C. racked up 261 total medals to finish first in the standings with Alberta second at 232 and Saskatchewan third at 133. Manitoba, North West Territories and Nunavut also entered teams in the Games.
North Shore athletes played a part in winning 28 total medals for B.C., including 18 golds. Rower Cameron York led the way with three gold medals as part of the province's double sculls, quad sculls and eights teams while tennis players Daniel Raw, Alexis Prokopuik and Stacey Fung each racked up two gold medals, including the team title.
In gymnastics Michael Sibley stood out, picking up a team gold, two individual silvers and the all round bronze while swimmer Amy Sun picked up four relay medals while adding an individual bronze.
Twins Nicholas and Sebastien Foellmer made waves in kayaking, picking up five medals each while North Shore wrestlers Victoria Gonzalo, Cholena Horne, Arielle Marsel-MacKenzie and Ryder McCarville each won individual and team medals on the mat with Horne picking gold in the 56-kg division.
In team sports North Shore players helped B.C. claim gold in boys and girls basketball, girls field hockey, boys rugby and girls soccer.
Here are the North and West Vancouver athletes who won medals at the Games, according to results listings posted at www.2011wcsg.com:
Basketball, boys: Braedan Fitzpatrick, Nathaniel Haglund
Basketball, girls: Madeline Baker
Field hockey, girls: Ashley Donaldson, Adrea Donaldson, Stephanie Eggertson, Kylie Nabata, Hailey Reeves
Golf, girls team: Alix Kong
Gymnastics, boys team: Michael Sibley
Rowing, boys double sculls: Cameron York
Rowing, boys quad sculls: Cameron York
Rowing, boys eights with cox: Hafiz Dhanani, Cameron York
Rugby, boys: Marshall Fuller, Spencer Soltan
Soccer, girls: Selena Odegard, Danielle Yallouz
Softball, girls: Andrea Sidor
Swimming, girls 4x200-m freestyle relay: Amy Sun
Swimming, girls 4x50-m medley relay: Amy Sun
Tennis, boys singles: Daniel Raw
Tennis, mixed doubles: Stacey Fung
Tennis, girls doubles: Alexis Prokopuik
Tennis, team: Stacey Fung, Alexis Prokopuik, Daniel Raw
Wrestling, girls 56 kg: Cholena Horne
Athletics, girls 800 m wheelchair: Djamilatou Diallo
Baseball, boys: Emerson Dohm, Griffin Goyer, Dylan Thorp, Maximillian Wood
Beach volleyball, girls: Denise Wooding
Canoe/Kayak, boys K2 200 m: Sebastien Foellmer
Canoe/Kayak, boys K4 1,000 m: Sebastien Foellmer, Nicholas Foellmer
Canoe/Kayak, boys K4 200 m: Sebastien Foellmer, Nicholas Foellmer
Gymnastics, boys vault: Michael Sibley
Gymnastics, boys pommel horse: Michael Sibley
Swimming, girls 4x500-m freestyle relay: Amy Sun
Swimming, girls 4x100-m freestyle relay: Amy Sun
Wrestling, girls 43 kg: Victoria Gonzalo
Wrestling, girls 80 kg: Ryder McCarville
Athletics, girls 200 m wheelchair: Djamilatou Diallo
Canoe/Kayak, boys K2 500 m: Nicholas Foellmer
Canoe/Kayak, boys K4 500 m: Sebastien Foellmer, Nicholas Foellmer
Canoe/Kayak, war canoe mixed: Sebastien Foellmer, Nicholas Foellmer
Gymnastics, boys all round: Michael Sibley
Swimming, girls 50-m freestyle: Amy Sun
Wrestling, girls 52 kg: Arielle Marsel-MacKenzie
Wrestling, girls team: Victoria Gonzalo, Cholena Horne, Arielle Marsel-MacKenzie, Ryder McCarville