Sacred Heart High School had a literal banner day at the 2012 SHSAA Provincial Championship Track Meet in Saskatoon. Preston Liebrecht took home gold in the 200 meter sprint while Brooke Mentanko took home a silver in the 1500 meter distance event and bronze in the 800 meter intermediate distance race. Liebrecht took a silver in the 100 meter and Caleb Sutter took a bronze medal in the 4 X 100 meter relay event to bring Sacred Heart's medal count to five, which is impressive for any school especially one with half of the enrollment of most Regina and Saskatoon schools. The two medals cap off a excellent athletic career for Liebrecht who excelled in all sports for the Saints playing football, basketball, volleyball and soccer, winning two extra provincial gold medals in soccer for the Saints.
The track meet marks the effective end of the SHSAA athletic calendar as the 2011/12 school year is coming to a close, ending what was a solid year for the Saints athletic teams as their soccer and track banners will be added to their schools athletic history. The Yorkton Regional High School had a rebuilding year after a long streak of coming home with at least one individual medal. According to coach Duane Miller with many athletes in the first year in their age category things were difficult, but many top ten finishes and personal bests were achieved.
Brenden Weber took a bronze in the Midget Boys 4 X 100 relay and Brandey Blahut and Jaden Porte both had fourth place finishes, barely missing out on keeping the YRHS individual medal streak alive. Both schools now look to summer downtime before kicking off their athletic seasons in the fall with the football, volleyball, and soccer seasons.