Saint Laurent's own Anaka Chartrand will return to Manitoba with a bronze medal.

The wrestler finished in third place today in the Female 60kg division after defeating Saskatchewan's Caitlin Clatney. In the semi-final, Chartrand was taken down by the eventual champion, Gabriela Cross, and was the only person to put up a point against Cross. Chartrand is just 15-years-old and was one of the youngest competitors competing for Manitoba at the Canada Summer Games.

Other locals in action today include Sanford's Blake Harris, who finished sixth out of 27 contestants in the Male Triathlon Supersprint. Harris ended with a time of 23:33 and picked up his second sixth place finish at the Canada Summer Games. He will take part in one more event tomorrow, which is the mixed team relay.

Manitoba's Male Relay Cycling team ended just one spot away from the podium yesterday, coming in fourth with a time of 38:01. Portage's own Soren Weselake was a member of the team. He will have one more shot to reach the podium tomorrow in the Male Sprint event.

Manitoba's Female Lacrosse team suffered their first loss yesterday in the quarter-final 4-2 to Nova Scotia. Portager Kaylee Perry made an incredible 46 saves in the outing but unfortunately, it wasn't enough. Manitoba now battles on the consolation side of the bracket where they take on Saskatchewan in the semi-final tonight.

Despite missing the playoff rounds, Team Manitoba's baseball team made a statement in their final round-robin game. The squad defeated Alberta 15-4, Alberta being the top team in their pool, which hadn't lost to that point. Manitoba will battle for seventh place against New Brunswick tomorrow at noon.