The Peacock Toilers had the top local performance, falling 58-49 to the Prince Albert Carlton Crusaders in the fifth-place game. The Toilers opened the event with a win over the Humboldt Mohawks before falling 65-63 in double overtime to the eventual tournament finalist Melfort Comets.
That dropped Peacock into the fifth-place draw, where they downed Middle Lake 51-35 in the semifinal.
The Central Cyclones kicked off their tournament appearance with a 61-36 win over Regina Sheldon Williams but fell 53-45 to North Battleford Comprehensive in the championship quarter-final. They too dropped into the fifth-place pool with the loss and fell 49-41 to Carlton before defeating the Middle Lake Avengers 65-40 in the seventh-place game.
The Vanier Spirits fell 53-31 to Carlton in their opener and lost 63-51 to Meadow Lake in their first consolation side game. The Spirits rebounded with a 57-40 win over Humboldt in their final contest.
Pictured are a selection of photos from the action Saturday afternoon.