Two Southwest athletes were in action on day two of the 2019 Western Canada Summer Games on Saturday.
Gull Lake’s Jenae Ruetz swam in a pair of Special Olympics Swimming races on Saturday to get her six-race slate underway.
Ruetz opened her day with a fourth place finish in the 50 Metre Breaststroke in 1:31.60. She placed fifth in the 100 Metre Backstroke in 2:30.60 in the evening session.
Ruetz will swim in the 50 Metre Backstroke and the 50 Metre Butterfly on Sunday.
Monday, she will race in the 50 Metre Freestyle and the 100 Metre Freestyle.
Swift Current’s Parker Bloom and Jeremy Martens (Saskatoon) placed second in their pool with a 1-1 record in Beach Volleyball on Saturday.
They defeated Yukon White (21-9, 21-14) and lost to Alberta Blue (10-21, 14-21).
The nine-team event will be repooled for action on Sunday.