Team South East finished second in standings at the Saskatchewan Summer Games, raking in 72 medals and 20 golds.
Meadow Lake hosted the competition, which ran from July 29 to Aug. 4.
Several of the athletes making up Team South East call Estevan home, and many more come from the surrounding areas, including Bienfait, Roche Percee and Oxbow.
The swim team had some strong representation from the Energy City.
Abbie Reich won a gold medal with the team for the 4x50-metre medley relay, a silver in the 50-metre freestyle and a bronze in the 50-metre butterfly.
Lanelle Bilokraly won gold in the relay as well as securing bronze in both the 200-metre breaststroke and 100-metre freestyle.
Racquelle Gibbons won gold in the 4x100-metre medley relay and a silver in the 4x50-metre medley relay.
Samuel Beahm won three bronze medals for his performances in the 400-metre freestyle, 4x50-metre medley relay and 4x100-metre medley relay.
Colin Sutter and Zachary Beahm both earned a bronze medal in the 4x50-metre and 4x100-metre medley relays.
Thomas Wakely came in 13th in the 200-metre freestyle and 14th in both the 100-metre breaststroke and 50-metre butterfly.
Emily Marshall earned 13th place in the 200-metre individual medley and 14th in both the 50-metre freestyle and 100-metre backstroke.
William Chamney competed in several track and field events, placing 13th in the 100-metre, 12th in the 200-metre and ninth in high jump.
Kristina Chamney placed 11th in the 100-metre, seventh in the 4x100-metre team relay, 13th in triple jump and 10th in long jump.
Pentathlete Keena McKnight finished eighth in her event.
Mitchel Clark and Colton Gingras are Estevan locals who collected a bronze medal with the Team South East baseball team. Also on the team were Carson Perkins of Bienfait, Macoun's Jesse Mack, Lampman's Preston Hutt and Brandon Hutt of Tribune.
Estevan's Wyatt Haux was a member of the Team South East basketball team that finished sixth.
Cheyenne Odgers played on the region's volleyball team, collecting fourth place.
Roche Percee was represented by archers Nolan and Chayse Graham. Nolan won a bronze in the individual compound category and another bronze in the team event. Chayse won a silver medal in the individual recurve competition and a bronze in the team competition.
Tanisha McKinnon of Alameda won gold in the team archery event and a silver in the individual recurve.
The Team South East softball team was made up of players from Oxbow and Alameda. They won the silver medal after losing a close one in the gold-medal match 10-9 to Team Prairie Central.