Carolyn Sutherland and Robbie Gallaugher both found the top of the podium at the Western Canada Summer Games in Kamloops.
Sutherland won gold in the long jump with a leap of 5.81m on her last attempt at Hillside Stadium last week, setting a new Langley Mustangs Track and Field Club record.
Sutherland also helped Team B.C. win silver in the 4x100 relay and she came sixth in the 100m.
Gallaugher, another Mustang member, also won gold in the long jump. He leaped 7.22m to take top spot for B.C.
Gallagher also won bronze last month at the Canadian track and field championships in Winnipeg.
Another local athlete, Jade Vaughan, captured the bronze medal in the 400m hurdles race at the Kamloops’ Games.
Jordan Smith just missed the podium, placing fourth in the 3000m steeplechase and sixth in the 5000m race.
The track and field medals were part of a great haul in the second week of the Games.
Langley’s Morgan Mark, a member of the UBC Dolphins swim group, also did very well, bringing home two golds in the women’s 400m and 4x50m medley relays, and two silvers in the women’s 4x50m and 4x100m free relays.
Marissa Van Noort helped B.C. win gold in basketball with a thrilling 61-60 victory over Manitoba.
Trevor Marsh helped win gold in softball as B.C. defeated Saskatchewan 9-4 for top spot.
Tyler Heppell helped the male volleyball team place bronze at the Summer Games.
B.C. settled for silver in baseball after a 6-4 loss to Alberta in the gold medal match. The team featured Liam Kano McGregor and Shayne Clark on the roster, while Eddie Dagg was coach.
In the canoe/kayak racing, Del Muench added a pair of bronze medals to his overall haul. Muench was third in both the K4 1000m event and the war canoe mixed event. In the Games’ first week, he won a pair of silver medals.
B.C. also settled for silver in soccer, with Langley centre back Graham Kasper, forward Josh Brown, and coach Chelsey Hannesson all part of the team.