A few young athletes have returned home with some hardware after competing at the North American Indigenous Games, recently held in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Aamjiwnaang First Nation congratulated 14-year-old Julius Sinopole after he and Team Ontario won gold in Box Lacrosse, in the U16 men's division.
Ontario's 19U men's team also won gold in Box Lacrosse.
Hayden Wilson, 18, won gold in Wrestling in the 130kg male division.
Kettle & Stony Point First Nation highlighted 17-year-old Devynn Manning, who won bronze in Wrestling in the 58 kilogram female division. The First Nation also congratulated Lily Bressette, a member of the U19 Lacrosse team that won silver at the games.
Ali Page, 14, of Sarnia was part of a four-member 14U female swim team that won gold in the 4x50 metre Medley Relay, 4x100m Freestyle Relay, and 4x50m Freestyle Relay.
Page also won bronze in the 50m backstroke.
North Lambton Secondary School student Rogan Sands, 18, played with Ontario's softball team. Ontario's 16U men's softball team won bronze but the 19U men's team didn't place.
Bronson George, 18, and Mariah Altiman,17 also attended the North American Indigenous Games.