Jayden Hingley of Saskatoon excelled for Saskatchewan on the opening weekend of the Western Canada Summer Games in Swift Current.On Saturday — the first full day of competition — Hingley won the male C1 1,000 metres in canoe-kayak. He added a C1 500m individual gold medal Sunday.Hingley also teamed up with Finn Grahame-King of Regina to win a gold medal in Saturday’s male C2 1,000m.On Sunday, Hingley was part of a gold-medal-winning C4 1,000m team that also included Grahame-King, Regina’s Christian Patterson and Saskatoon’s Dominic Tarasoff.Hingley and Tarasoff subsequently won the C2 500m. That was Hingley’s fifth gold-medal-winning performance of the Games.Saskatchewan’s male K4 1,000m team of Kyle Jackson (Regina), Nicholas LaHaye (Regina), Logan Taylor (Saskatoon) and Ezekiel Topping (Saskatoon) also won a gold medal in canoe kayak.Cadence Johns of Moose Jaw had won three swimming gold medals— in the female 100m backstroke, 100m butterfly and 400m individual medley.Sam Fisher of Humboldt won the Special Olympics swimming gold medals in the female 50m and 100m backstroke events.Melissa Adelman of Regina won the female 50m backstroke. Canadian women’s hockey rosters setSaskatoon’s Sophie Shirley and Prince Albert’s Brooke Hobson have been named to Canada’s national women’s hockey development team roster on Sunday. Shirley at forward, and Hobson on defence, along with 21 other players will represent Canada in Lake Placid in a three-game series against the United States between Aug. 14-17.Defender Ashley Messier of Willcox has also been named to the Canadian women’s under-18 team roster that will play a similar series against the U.S. U18 team. Pride make it to U19 fast pitch national finalsThe Delisle Pride made it all the way to the finals on Sunday at the U19 Men’s Canadian Fast Pitch Championships in Owen Sound, Ont. However the Ontario Shallow Lake Sting emerged as champions after a 14-2 victory over Delisle. The Pride finished 9-2 overall at the tournament. The Saskatoon Selects were 2-8 while the Shellbrook Rangers finished 3-6.At the U14 Girl’s Canadian Fast Pitch Championship in Montreal, the Saskatoon Raiders finished 3-4. Saskatchewan Spirit were 1-7. BC Fraser Valley Fusion won the tournament with a 3-0 victory in the final over Ontario Halton Hawks.Team Saskatchewan won the fifth place game 4-0 over Manitoba in the BIGS Seeds Baseball Canada Cup Championships in Regina on the weekend. Nova Scotia faced Ontario in the final, but results were not available at press deadline.