Junior badminton city champions crowned

Times-Herald Staff
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Peacock and Cornerstone each had a pair of winners at the Moose Jaw High School junior badminton championships Wednesday at Peacock.

Some of the winners from the Moose Jaw High School junior badminton championships included Vanier's Mikayla Swallow, left, Cornerstone's Nathan McKenna and Carter Lewis and Peacock's Shelby Olsen and Sara Marshall.

Cornerstone's Nathan McKenna and Carter Lewis beat Peacock's Kurtis MacDonald and Conner Gillies 21-12, 17-21, 21-8 to win the boys doubles title. Ryan Botterill and Griffin Barrett from Peacock won the bronze medals with a three-set win.

Nathan Goddard and Hailey Sills from Cornerstone beat Rivewview's Nick Penna-Benson and Koralyn Kreutzer 21-16, 21-7 in the mixed doubles final. Peacock's Jordan Bryant and Shaundra Ariss won the bronze medals with a three-set win.

Peacock's Shelby Olsen and Sara Marshall won the girls doubles title thanks to their 21-18, 21-17 win over Central's Dah Mu and Kim Butalon. Kiana Block and Awar Odhiang from Cornerstone finished third.

Vanier's Mikayla Swallow won the girls singles title as she beat Kendall Blistretzin from Vanier 21-18, 21-13 in the final. Keisha Anakaer from Peacock finished third.

Meko Cridland from Peacock won the boys singles title with a 21-14, 21-15 win over Cornerstone's Brodie Jarton. Nick Wrubleski from Peacock finished third.

The junior city championships were open to Grade 9 and 10 students. The top two Grade 9 finishers in  qualify to take part in the Bantam district championships.

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