Nine days of competition wrapped up in Fort McMurray, Alberta on Sunday, as the Western Canada Summer Games came to a close.

Leading the way for local participants was the baseball quadrant of Muenster's Brody Frerichs, Jordan Breker, and Logan Hofmann, as well as Watrous' Tyler McWillie.

After dropping their first two games by a combined score of 21-3, Team Sask roared back in the tournament, winning three of their final four games to book their ticket into the Gold Medal Game.

Six days after claiming Silver at the Baseball Canada Cup in Saskatoon, it was a rematch of sorts for Frerichs and Hofmann, as they battled BC on the diamond once again.

A similar result saw Saskatchewan take Silver after a 7-3 loss.

Jansen's Emily Koshinsky, Lanigan's Courtney Falk, and Erika Burns of Colonsay took to the volleyball court for Indoor Volleyball.

After posting a 3-2 record in the round robin, they fell by the slimmest of margins to BC in the semi-finals, dropping an intense five set match in a tiebreaker.

That set them up for a Bronze Medal match-up with Manitoba, which Saskatchewan claimed in quick order, winning all three sets and claiming Bronze.

A busy summer continued for Humboldt's Tayden Wallin on the links, as the 16-year-old took on the field in Men's Golf.

Wallin posted a 2-over 74 in the first round, which was good enough for second place through the 54-hole event.

A tougher final 36 holes saw Wallin post scores of 79 (+7) and 81 (+9), giving him a total three round score of 234 (+18).

That was good enough to give Wallin a Top-10 finish, as he tied fellow Saskatchewan golfer Matt Bean for 10th.

In the team event, Saskatchewan finished just two strokes shy of Bronze, coming in fourth.

Throughout the first four days of the games, Athletics took place, with three area athletes competing.

Colonsay's Chance Wylie had the best standing among the group, claiming sixth in both 110m and 400m Hurdles.

Danielle Major of St. Brieux competed in 100m and 400m Hurdles where she came in ninth (400m) and 10th (100m).

Annaheim's Zachary Rohel participated in Triple Jump, coming away with an eighth place finish.

The games, which occur every four years will now shift to Swift Current in 2019, though Winnipeg will be the site of the Canada Summer Games, taking place in 2017.